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"Over the last 25 years, microfinance has emerged as a powerful development tool by raising the incomes of millions of families in the developing world through supporting self-reliant entrepreneurs often excluded from the formal financial sector. Unfortunately, a growing funding gap prevents hundreds of successful microfinance institutions (MFIs) from maximizing the number of loans made available to these entrepreneurs. That’s not only business lost, but families left trapped in poverty." [1]

Board of Directors



Web: http://www.microvestfund.com