Microcredit Summit Campaign
The Campaign Bulletin
May 6, 2015
MicroLoan Foundation makes a Commitment
A woman client of MicroLoan Foundation
Helping women who live under $1.25/day


Microloan Foundation commits by the end of 2016, to complete a pilot program in two Malawi branches and one Zambia branch involving 2,700 clients to meet the needs of the poorest clients (living under $1.25/day). Learn more.

"At the MicroLoan Foundation," said Peter Ryan, founder and CEO, "we're committed to ongoing innovation and learning in our mission to reach the poorest women and enable them to move out of poverty. This project is all about responding to client needs with products and services that enable them to overcome difficulties and improve their standard of living."
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The best of the 6 Pathways

We will continue to feature these six pathways throughout the year on the blog and elsewhere

These were the 6 most-read blog posts in April's 6 Pathways series: 

  1. Can tablets and apps fight poverty? 
  2. Musoni commits to help MFIs measure poverty 
  3. Is it April Fools' Day, or 'Groundhog Day'? 
  4. Social protection: innovative programs deliver financial services at scale 
  5. Voices from the Field: Essma Ben Hamida
  6. The 2015 Listening Tour: Mapping pathways for ending extreme poverty

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