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LATEST PUBLICATIONS

MISFA Annual Report
For The Year Ended 31 March 2014
AR-14 

MISFA e-Newsletter
February 2015
Newsletter Feb 2015

 

 

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FEATURES
Nabi was not quite ten years old and was enrolled in fourth grade when his family decided to escape the deadly war that prevailed in Afghanistan for decades. After moving to Iran, Nabi’s family soon realized that being far from gunfire and explosion did not necessarily end their struggle. Read More
By all accounts and appearances, Saweeta Durrani, a microfinance client of First Microfinance Bank Afghanistan (FMFB-A), has become a highly successful, young businesswoman, privileged to enjoy the best of both worlds. Read More
 
sector update
 
As of 31 January 2015
108,241 Active Borrowers
37% 
Women Borrowers
US$94.4m
Gross Loan Portfolio
US$873
Loan Outstanding per Borrower
118.5%
Operational Self-Sufficiency
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Milestones
A number of rural women in Bamyan—some used to beg for food—have recently become livestock owners with access to markets, a good standing in their communities, and income-generating skills that they have used to grow their assets. Read More
Lack of coordination and communication among stakeholders at the field level has been Read More
Life was hard for Nargis and her family when they were living as refugees in Quetta. Read More
A recently completed research assesses the demand for Sharia-based financial products and services by potential borrowers in urban and rural settings in the provinces of Herat, Kabul, Jalalabad and Mazar-e Sharif. The study was conducted by APPRO (www.appro.org.af) and commissioned by MISFA. Read More
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