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 has helped more than 9,000 households, majority female-headed, escape abject poverty and achieve a sustainable livelihood through its graduation program called Targeting the Ultra-Poor (TUP).
" 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 SALEHA With eight children, Saleha, 34, and her husband were struggling to make ends meet with his meager daily wage
Story of Mohammad Ali - A Microfinance Client Since returning from Iran after the Taliban regime collapsed,
The Story Of Zeba When Zeba was in her early 30s, she had her hands full taking care of her five children,
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