Access to Finance Links

Access to Finance Rwanda (AFR)

AFR is a Rwandan investment company established in 2010 by the UK government, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning and the National Bank of Rwanda. AFR works for increased financial inclusion in Rwanda by building institutional capacity within the financial sector and by promoting access to financial services.

Africa Confederation of Cooperative Savings & Credit Associations (ACCOSCA)

ACCOSCA is a Pan-African Confederation of National Associations for savings and credit co-operative movement registered in 1968.

Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI)

AFI is a global network of policymakers in developing countries that provides members with tools and resources to share, develop and implement their knowledge of cutting-edge financial inclusion policies.

Center for Financial Inclusion at Accion (CFI)

CFI was launched in 2008 to help bring about the conditions to achieve full financial inclusion around the world. CFI currently works through four program areas, namely, Financial Inclusion 2020, The Smart Campaign, Investing in Inclusive Finance and New Horizons.

Centre for Financial Regulation and Inclusion (CENFRI)

Cenfri's mission is to support financial sector development and financial inclusion through facilitating better regulation and market provision of financial services.

Consortium on Financial Systems and Poverty

The Consortium on Financial Systems and Poverty (CFSP) is a private research organization of leading and emerging economists. Its goal is to improve the lives of the world’s poor and to reduce poverty through helping to identify, define and develop more efficient financial systems.

Financial Access Initiative (FAI)

FAI is a consortium of leading development economists focused on substantially expanding access to quality financial services for low-income individuals through communicating lessons, generating new evidence, and framing policy and regulatory issues.

Financial Access Survey (FAS)

The FAS is the sole source of global supply-side data on financial inclusion, encompassing internationally-comparable basic indicators of financial access and usage. It provides policy makers and researchers with annual geographic and demographic data on access to basic consumer financial services worldwide, and is the data source for the G-20 Basic Set of Financial Inclusion Indicators endorsed by the G-20 Leaders at the Los Cabos Summit in June 2012.

Financial Sector Deepening Trust (FSD)

The FSD Trust was established in early 2005 to support the development of financial markets in Kenya as a means to stimulate wealth creation and reduce poverty. Finance is provided by a number of development partners working with the Government of Kenya.

Financial Sector Deepening Zambia (FSDZ)

FSDZ is a DFID-funded programme utilising the Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) approach. As an M4P programme, FSDZ’s overall strategy is to take the role of a facilitator that promotes enduring and sustainable change in the financial market system.

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