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Al-Amal Microfinance Bank's Micro-Letters of Guarantee (Micro-LGs)

This paper describes the development of microfinance in Yemen and the role of Al-Amal Bank in the sector over the past 15 years, then introduces the concept of micro letters of guarantee, which Al-Amal Bank launched in 2020.

Case Study

Al-Amal Microfinance Bank's Role in Women's Financial Inclusion and Economic Empowerment

In this case study, Al-Amal Microfinance Bank (AMB) presents their work in promoting women's empowerment and financial inclusion. 

Journal Article

The Role of Awareness in Predicting the Intention of Microfinance Entrepreneurs to Buy Microinsurance Services in Yemen

The study looks into the role of microinsurance awareness in predicting microfinance entrepreneurs' intentions to purchase microinsurance in Yemen.

Case Study

Digitization in Microfinance: Case Studies of Pathways to Success

This Working Paper takes a unique look at MFI innovation with digital technologies by featuring case studies on five MFIs that successfully created measurable customer and business value through digitization.

Case Study

Digital Transformation to Alleviate Poverty of the Poor People

The objective of this study is to explain the role Al-Amal Microfinance Bank online services played amid the pandemic.


Women’s Financial Inclusion Toolkit

This toolkit is designed to aid the design and implementation of women's financial inclusion and empowerment programs.


Impact of COVID-19 on the Yemeni Economy

How the drop in remittances affected economic sectors, food systems, and households


Electronic Payment Services in Yemen: Challenges and Opportunities for Success

The role of electronic payment services in enhancing financial inclusion for underprivileged groups


Executive Summary Report on Impact of COVID-19 on Micro and Small Enterprises in Yemen

The main objective of this report is to examine the impact of COVID -19 on micro and small enterprises in Yemen. It offers recommendations to various stakeholders such as international donors, governments, microfinance institutions and MSEs.