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European Microfinance Week 2021


Apply for the EUR 100,000 European Microfinance Award 2021

Application deadline is 13 April 2021, 23:59 pm CET 


Discover the European Microfinance Week 2020 Conference Report

Delve into the extensive summaries plus full recording of the EMW2020 sessions covering key topics such as the impact of & response to COVID-19, effective & inclusive savings, digital finance, climate change, client protection and more.


Now in English, Spanish and French: EMA2020 Publication on "Encouraging Effective & Inclusive Savings"

This publication pulls together the innovations and factors for success of the top-ten applicants, while outlining the enduring importance of access to savings to strengthen resilience of low-income households.


Encouraging Effective & Inclusive Savings

Lessons and best practices from the European Microfinance Award 2020


Virtual European Microfinance Week 2020 Wraps Up - Taking Stock of the Impact of 2020 and Discussing How to 'Build Back Better'

European Microfinance Week, for the first time entirely online, concluded Friday with a fireside-style conversation on the implications of the events of 2020 for the future of financial inclusion.


“Past Imperfect; Future Tense”: Online European Microfinance Week 2020 Begins, for a Financial Inclusion Sector with Much to Discuss

EMW brings together all branches of the industry, including e-MFP’s own members, to discuss trends, innovations, challenges and opportunities in inclusive finance in developing countries.


Registration for Virtual European Microfinance Week 2020, 18-20 Nov, Is Now Open

Join the event from wherever you are in the world and connect for three days of knowledge exchange, peer to peer learning and more!


Buusaa Gonofaa Microfinance, Muktinath Bikas Bank and RENACA-Bénin Announced as Finalists for European Microfinance Award 2020 on Encouraging Effective & Inclusive Savings

These three organizations each offer savings products & services that are demand-driven, encourage usage based on a genuine understanding of clients’ needs and behavior, reach under-served populations who need these services the most, and ensure that the savings are accessible, affordable and useful.