FINCA Impact Finance, a US-based network of financial institutions, recently carried out several campaigns catering to low-income people through its affiliates in Africa and Asia.
In 2020, savings groups in refugee contexts have had the lowest late repayment rate compared to any of the other clients served by VisionFund Uganda.
New research released by Heifer International revealed 97 percent of smallholder farmers in Uganda have seen their income drop since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic,
The collaboration enables UNFCU members to transfer money to mobile wallets in select countries in local currencies.
Fintech credit provider 4G Capital, a firm that supports individuals and companies across Africa, has introduced operational and services updates for its business operations across Kenya and Uganda.
VisionFund plans to bring financial services to the refugees at scale and will open three more branches in 2020 with the second branch planned in Yumbe district to serve both Yumbe town as well as the Bidibidi settlement, one of the largest refugee settlements in the world.