MISFA’s vision is to develop a sustainable, efficient, and commercialized development finance sector stimulating the economic growth in Afghanistan.
" MISFA distributed humanitarian aid to microfinance clients, who were victims of the war in Kunduz, a province in the northeast of the country."
"MISFA distributed humanitarian aid to microfinance clients, who were victims of the war in Kunduz, a province in the northeast of the country."
" To develop a sustainable, efficient and commercialized development finance sector stimulating the economic growth in Afghanistan."
"Financing Opportunities for the Poor and Underserved Small and Medium Enterprises."
"To be a strong and efficient organization contributing to Afghanistan’s economic growth by developing a viable, inclusive financial sector for the poor, and the underserved small and medium enterprises."
The story of Sayed Amanullah Sayed Amanullah, 33, the breadwinner of a family of seven, started out with a tiny shop in his neighborhood,
THE STORY OF Lajaward Lajward, 48, is a participant of MISFA’s Targeting the Ultra-Poor (TUP) project
When Jamaluddin lost all his savings and asset to his car sale business that went bankrupt in 2013,
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MISFA Annual Report
For The Year Ended 31 March 2017
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