Microfinance Links

ACP-EU Microfinance Programme

The EU/ACP Microfinance Framework Programme helps poor people in African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries get better access to appropriate financial products and services. The Programme builds capacity of microfinance actors and advances transparency in the industry.

Africa Microfinance Network (AFMIN)

AFMIN is an association of microfinance networks in Africa resulting from an initiative led by African microfinance practitioners to create and strengthen country-level microfinance networks to establish shared performance standards, institutional capacity and policy change.

African Microfinance Transparency (AMT)

AMT aims at promoting and strengthening the performance of African MFI's by developing the market for external performance evaluations (assessment/rating) of African MFIs so as to support their growth, their development and their professionalisation.

Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance (AKAM)

Part of the Agha Khan Development Network (AKDN), AKAM’s microfinance initiatives range from village lending cooperatives to self-standing microfinance institutions to full-fledged microfinance banks

Association of Microfinance Institutions of Uganda (AMFIU)

AMFIU, founded in 1996, is an umbrella organisation of microfinance institutions (MFIs) in Uganda. It was established to provide a MFIs a common voice, to lobby government for favourable policies, sharing of information and experiences, and to create linkages and networks with local and international actors.

Association of Microfinance Institutions Rwanda (AMIR)

AMIR is the umbrella body for microfinance institutions in Rwanda that seeks to build a thriving microfinance sector in Rwanda through different areas of Advocacy and Information, research and development, responsible finance, performance monitoring and capacity building.

Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI)

CSFI is an independent think tank based in London. It was formed in early 1993 to stimulate research into the future of the financial services industry, and to provide a neutral meeting ground for financial practitioners to share ideas and explore the road ahead.

Comité d’Echanges de Réflexion et d’Information sur les Systèmes d’Epargne-crédit (CERISE)

CERISE is a knowledge exchange network for microfinance practitioners. Founded in 1998, CERISE brings together a variety of practitioners, researchers, donors and investors from the North and South.

Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority (EFSA)

EFSA is the public authority, responsible for supervising and regulating non-banking financial markets and instruments in Egypt, including the Capital Market, the Exchange, all activities related to Insurance Services, Mortgage Finance, Financial Leasing, Factoring and Securitization.

FinScope Household Surveys

FinScope, a FinMark Trust initiative, is a nationally representative study of consumers' perceptions on financial services and issues across the entire South and Southern African population.

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