A new program to employ local women as banking agents aims to boost savings and financial inclusiveness.
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This 88 page manual describes CARE's work in Rwanda on engaging men as allies in women's economic empowerment.
Women are engaged to be sellers and distributors of clean cook stoves and solar lanterns/lamps in an project called “wPOWER.”
Exploring Gender Dynamics of CARE Rwanda’s Village Savings and Loan Programming
Financial Linkages: Bridging the Formal and Informal Sectors
A Guide to Girls’ Economic and Social Empowerment Through a Solidarity Group Savings and Loan Platform
By Bill Clinton
The Integration of Social Analysis and Action into SAFI
This review focuses on the potential for the savings-led microfinance (MF) movement in sub-Saharan Africa to close an important gap in...
Securing capital to start a business or accruing savings is a near impossible task for millions of people in the developing world.
Our plan is called PATHWAY TO EMPOWERMENT because it’s a journey forward, together.
“Bringing Financial Services to Africa’s Poor” focuses on microfinance, a tool that’s been proven effective against poverty in the...
When poor people have access to financial services – secure savings, credit, insurance and other products – they can lift themselves...
The importance of expanding access to financial services for the world’s poorest people is increasingly recognized.
CARE’s programs in Economic Development work to improve the economic security and income opportunities of the poor.
Sustainable Economic Development programs are part of CARE Haiti's Relief to Reconstruction strategy.