Members of the Red Katalysis Microfinance Network from Honduras, Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua met in Warsaw last week Tuesday and Wednesday for a 2-day conference organized with Microfinance Centre.
The conference featured MFC presentations and discussions focusing on digitalization issues and strategies in microfinance, financial education and support for start-up enterprises.
The conference also included discussions with the representatives from the European MFIs and fin-techs:
The meeting opened new avenues for cooperation and experience sharing between the members of the MFC and Red Katalysis.
The Katalysis Network is made up of 22 microfinance organizations throughout Central America. The network members operate in Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua. Together member organizations reach a total of 272,658 entrepreneurs who, with a little guidance from the institutions, are working themselves, their families, and their communities out of the clutches of poverty.
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