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Mobilizing and training rural communities to construct low-cost water management mechanisms
A matching-grant formula for financing groups to set up small-scale productive enterprises
Inclusive rural finance and capacity development through knowledge-sharing and practical demonstrations by beneficiaries.
The Marketing Infrastructure, Value Addition and Rural Finance Support Programme (MIVARF) is a seven-year programme aimed at supporting sustainable and profitable links between smallholders and markets in Tanzania. Through the 4Ps approach, the programme organizes smallholder producers into groups and cooperatives, teaching negotiation skills and building trust to reduce transaction costs with private investors.
The Rural Finance Expansion Programme (RUFEP) aims to increase access to and use of sustainable financial services by poor rural men, women and youth. The programme relies on digital platforms to link community-based financial institutions (CBFIs) to formal Financial Service Providers (FSPs). Since its inception in 2014, the programme has directly or indirectly benefitted nearly one million people
A tool to help smallholder farmers avoid devastating financial losses.
Enabling the Malian diaspora to lend small amounts in support of micro-entrepreneurs in Mali.
Addressing an essential need of the fish vending women: credit at a reasonable rate of interest.
Helping salt farmers improve their livelihoods through solar pumps
Developing supply chains and community groups for producers and SMEs.
Offering financial services through post offices in remote areas.
Facilitating smallholders' access to working capital to improve food and income security.
Empowering women through better access to agricultural tools.
A new way to access collateral for loans.
Giving entrepreneurs the skills and tools to build their ideas into businesses.
Technology and training connect farmers with resources for business growth.
A collective approach to commercializing small-scale agriculture.
Supporting fishing communities against exploitative creditors.
Diaspora communities act as powerful agents of development for their country.