If more rural women had access to financing, a lot of things could change -- both for individual families and entire communities.
The more sustainable we become, the fewer donor dollars we need per farmer to support our operations.
Access to financing helped Wilbroda change her future. Millions of other farmers also deserve that opportunity.
Rural women work incredibly hard for the survival of the whole family. Men get the easy way out when they get jobs in towns. Empowering rural women is the easiest way to end poverty.
To celebrate the great ideas being discussed during the "Month of Microfinance," we compiled a few of our favorites here.
We put together a few articles and reports (breaking news and existing resources) we liked to add value to the conversation on Microfinance.
Providing smallholder farmers with credit to invest in their farms isn’t just a good deed, it can also be a good business opportunity.
While 55 percent of Africa’s population is engaged in agriculture, only 1 percent of bank lending goes to the agricultural sector.
Group savings help women of Ndengelwa village in western Kenya grow together financially.
We've compiled a list of resources that explain just how valuable providing microfinance loans can be.
Here's an inside look into our unique approach to microfinancing, which specially targets smallholder farmers.