FINCA introduces BrightLife, an initiative to bring life-improving products, like solar lanterns and safe cookstoves, to low-income people in Africa.
FINCA’s BrightLife is a social enterprise that brings life-changing technology, such as solar lanterns and clean cookstoves, to low-income people.
Scientist Ron DePauw received the prestigious Jeanie Borlaug Laube Women in Triticum Mentor Award and then donated the monetary award to FINCA.
Roman Hingorani, CFO of FINCA Microfinance Holding Company, discusses with CFO Tech Outlook how financial technology, or FinTech, can be catered to reach people at the bottom-of-the-pyramid.
Time and Souvena’s farm in Haiti has improved their family’s lives and is helping to nourish and educate the young children in their community too.
FINCA’s President, Rupert Scofield, tells the Guardian why he became a humanitarian worker.
Rupert Scofield, President of FINCA, discusses how retail banks can learn from recent advances in FinTech in the developing world.
Saint Louis Medecene and his family, featured on the cover of the 2015 FINCA Annual Report, have been receiving FINCA’s agricultural loans since early 2015. Meet the family behind the cover.
How well are countries addressing needs of financial inclusion? This is a question a recent study by the Brookings Institution aimed to answer.
Rupert Scofield, President of FINCA International, discusses with Banking Technology how FINCA brings banking to the developing world and why people should follow America’s lead in the art of philanthropy.