In the FINCA Spring 2017 Progress Report, learn what accomplishments we have made in the last year and what innovations we are investing in the years to come.
In 1992, FINCA expanded its services to its first African subsidiary in Uganda. On a recent visit to the country, Rupert Scofield, President of FINCA, reflects on providing financial services in Uganda for 25 years.
FINCA launches a new medical insurance program in Guatemala, enabling over 20,000 women and children to access needed health services.
Andrée Simon, CEO of FINCA’s microfinance network, discusses innovation in microfinance with Wharton Business Radio.
Join Bob Hatch for a lively conversation about what FINCA has accomplished these past three decades and where we intend to go in the years (and decades) to come.
Two FINCA clients in Jordan recently won Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards for their successful efforts in growing their businesses.
FINCA’s video has won Best Microfinance Video by the Month of Microfinance, a month-long campaign highlighting the importance of microfinance.
For millions of poor people across the globe, their livelihoods, well-being and health are affected by the harmful energy options they are left with. Here are five facts you should know about energy poverty.
In just six years, FINCA’s agent network in the DR Congo has grown to over 1,000 banking agents, helping more unbanked populations access funds easily with just the use of their fingertips.
On March 6, over 150 people gathered at FINCA’s headquarters in Washington, DC to discuss an important question. Is financial technology the key to closing the gender gap?