Blog Posts by Aeriel Emig
The Social Enterprise Podcast: Moving Smallholder Farmers into the Middle Class
12 Jul 2019Blog
Watch this episode of The Social Enterprise Podcast featuring Carl Jensen, co-founder and CEO of Good Nature Agro, and hosted by FINCA’s Rupert Scofield.
BrightLife Receives USAID Power Africa Grant to Catalyze Energy Inclusion for Refugees in Uganda
19 Jun 2019Blog
An initiative by BrightLife, with support from USAID Power Africa, will provide clean, affordable solar home systems to refugees in Uganda.
BrightLife Helps Fight Deforestation
4 Jun 2019Blog
BrightLife and Lutheran World Federation have teamed up to fight deforestation and promote clean energy in northern Uganda.
Are We Making a Difference?
29 May 2019Blog
Committed FINCA supporters from the Bay Area Unitarian Universalist Church visited Ecuador and saw the difference they are making in people’s lives.
NextBillion: PAYGo Solar at a Crossroads
9 May 2019Media Coverage
In an article for NextBillion, BrightLife President & CEO Stefan Grundmann urges responsibility as PAYGo solar providers vie to scale.
Catalyzing Financial Inclusion and Women Empowerment in Kosovo
26 Apr 2019Blog
Through dedicated products and programs, FINCA Kosovo is empowering women with financial access and the resources they need to succeed in business.
Empowering Women through Digital Finance in Pakistan
16 Apr 2019Blog
FINCA Pakistan partnership allows women beauticians to offer their services to other women at their homes and complete financial transactions digitally.
A Lifetime of Giving
21 Mar 2019Blog
Longtime FINCA supporters Herb and Rosie Kuehne were inspired to provide a hand up rather than a hand out to marginalized people.
Solar “Lamp Library” to Light Up Education in Rural Africa
6 Mar 2019Blog
BrightLife’s Lamp Library initiative allows rural students in Uganda to use solar lanterns in school and borrow them to take home for study.
BrightLife and Africell Partner to Improve Access to Clean Cookstoves
17 Jan 2019Blog
BrightLife joined hands with one of Uganda’s leading telecommunications companies, Africell, to promote a healthier and more cost-effective cookstove.