FINCA

FINCA

Fighting Poverty with Microfinance and Social Enterprise.

Accelerator/Incubator | Africa | Access to Financial Services

 

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FINCA International is a non profit microfinance organization founded by John Hatch in 1984. Sometimes referred to as the World Bank for the Poor FINCA is the innovator of the village banking methodology in microcredit and is widely regarded as one of the pioneers of modern day microfinance. With its headquarters in Washington D.C. FINCA has 21 affiliated host country institutions (affiliates) in Latin America and the Caribbean Africa Eurasia and the Middle East and South Asia. Along with Grameen Bank and Accion International FINCA is considered to be one of the most influential microfinance organizations in the world.

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1201 15th Street, NW 8th Floor
Washington District of Columbia 20005
United States of America



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