Ghana Microfinance Institutions Network (GHAMFIN) together with our development partner (German Sparkassenstiftung Ghana) have instituted a Revolving Credit Fund (RCF) for Microfinance Institutions (MFIs). This RCF is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany (BMZ).Read More
The microfinance industry in Ghana has been advancing in the areas of deepening financial inclusion but this has not happened without any challenges. As the industry grows, new challenges are arising, such as the need to ensure compliance of the guidelines in the regulation, promotion and adherence to industry best practises etc. This called for...Read More
This was a project designed to enhance industry transparency, promote largely consumer education and financial literacy. The RF Program supported the development of Database software to analysis industry performance on selected social and financial data. Development of Client Complaint System across the industry . The program also enhance the general Consumer protection activities and financial...Read More
As microfinance scales and commercializes in Africa, there exists an opportunity to support greater consumer protection and financial transparency within the industry. Microfinance associations play a key role in supporting the sustainable growth of the microfinance industry. To further the goal of strengthening microfinance institutions in Africa, The Small Education Enterprise Programme (SEEP) Network and The...Read More
As part of Ghana’s Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy, the Government of Ghana launched a Rural and Agricultural Finance Programme (RAFiP)with the overall goal to support improved and sustainable livelihoods of the rural poor, particularly women and vulnerable groups. The programme aimed to enhance the rural and agricultural population’s ability to finance productive as well...Read More
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