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MFC research results

Delivering Financial Capability: A Look at Business Approaches

Financial capability has been a buzz word for almost a decade as more and more financial institutions and other stakeholders recognize that in order to improve financial inclusion, customers need to have the financial capability to use financial services for their benefit. Many institutions are engaged in designing financial capability

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Over-indebtedness trends in Europe

According to Eurostat data, the level of over-indebtedness (measured by the incidence of arrears on mortgage, rent, utility bills or hire purchase) decreased in 2016 in most EU countries. Please read our latest release with more information about this trend.   Download “Over-indebtedness trends in Europe”

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MFC case studies

MFC Webinars on Digitalisation

Leaders in Digital Era

#LiDE is a series of webinars that aim at equipping leaders in microfinance institutions with the necessary skills and understanding of tools to effectively lead a team in digital world.   The idea was developed based on lessons learnt from the Digital Literacy Bootcamp  devoted to digital transformation in microfinance.  Digitalize or die

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Digital Literacy Bootcamp Certification

The #DigLitBootcamp aimed at building strong foundation for digital transformation processes in MFIs by targeting basic skills, knowledge and capabilities related to digitalisation among MFI staff and management. It is divided into six thematic tracks:  Track 1: Digital profile of the customer  Track 2: Digital presence and effective customer acquisition  Track 3: Digital

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MFC Webinars on Covid Response

Other video and MFC Webinars

MFC Tools to be used by Clients

Refugees financial inclusion

MFC joins forces with UNHCR to enhance refugees’ financial inclusion

In December 2021, the Microfinance Centre (MFC) and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) signed a partnership agreement that aims at enhancing refugees’ financial inclusion (access to microfinance and business development support). The joint project will contribute to the improvement of refugees’ financial inclusion in Europe, in particular access to micro-finance

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Saving Groups Methodology and Training Curriculum

This saving groups methodology and training curriculum aims to promote Savings Groups in countries where partner organisations of the LEarning, Teaming up and Saving – SAVing groups for Employability and Empowerment (LETS SAVEE1 ) project are based. Within this Erasmus+ funded project, the partner developed a flexible savings group methodology

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Other MFC Tools

Refugees financial inclusion

MFC joins forces with UNHCR to enhance refugees’ financial inclusion

In December 2021, the Microfinance Centre (MFC) and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) signed a partnership agreement that aims at enhancing refugees’ financial inclusion (access to microfinance and business development support). The joint project will contribute to the improvement of refugees’ financial inclusion in Europe, in particular access to micro-finance

Read More »

Saving Groups Methodology and Training Curriculum

This saving groups methodology and training curriculum aims to promote Savings Groups in countries where partner organisations of the LEarning, Teaming up and Saving – SAVing groups for Employability and Empowerment (LETS SAVEE1 ) project are based. Within this Erasmus+ funded project, the partner developed a flexible savings group methodology

Read More »

External publications

Refugees financial inclusion

MFC joins forces with UNHCR to enhance refugees’ financial inclusion

In December 2021, the Microfinance Centre (MFC) and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) signed a partnership agreement that aims at enhancing refugees’ financial inclusion (access to microfinance and business development support). The joint project will contribute to the improvement of refugees’ financial inclusion in Europe, in particular access to micro-finance

Read More »

Saving Groups Methodology and Training Curriculum

This saving groups methodology and training curriculum aims to promote Savings Groups in countries where partner organisations of the LEarning, Teaming up and Saving – SAVing groups for Employability and Empowerment (LETS SAVEE1 ) project are based. Within this Erasmus+ funded project, the partner developed a flexible savings group methodology

Read More »

This initiative has received financial support from the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation “EaSI” (2014-2020). For further information please consult: http://ec.europa.eu/social/easi