Blog Posts by Reena Vadehra
The Future is Female: How Empowering Women Grows Economies
4 Mar 2019Blog
This International Women’s Day, FINCA celebrates pathbreakers who not only find success as entrepreneurs but help other women in their community thrive.
5 Reasons Why Everyone Needs a Toilet
19 Feb 2019Blog
Over 4 billion people in the world live without access to a toilet. Improper sanitation impacts health, safety, education and the dignity of people.
FINCA Talks: The Next Movement to Empower Women
5 Feb 2019Blog
Ami Dalal will share how we’re using innovative partnerships to create a new movement to empower women through finance, farming and clean energy.
UUCE Fights Poverty Through Microloans and Clean Energy
16 Jan 2019Blog
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Elgin (UUCE) is fighting poverty by increasing access to clean energy products in Africa.
Microfinance’s Past, Present and Future
12 Dec 2018Blog
Rupert Scofield and John Hatch, founders of FINCA, discuss the origins of Village Banking, the state of the microfinance industry, and FINCA’s initiative to increase access to clean energy products.
8 Ways to Give this Holiday Season
6 Dec 2018Blog
The season of giving is here! As 2018 draws to a close, please consider the many ways you can make a difference by supporting FINCA’s global work.
Thank You for Making a Difference in Millions of Lives
25 Nov 2018Blog
Your support has helped us to reach millions of people this year, helping them to take the first step to ensure a better life for themselves and their families.
FINCA Talks: A Chat with FINCA’s Co-founders
15 Nov 2018Blog
At the next FINCA Talks, co-founders John Hatch and Rupert Scofield will discuss their vision for FINCA’s future.
Three Reasons Why We Need to Empower Rural Women
15 Oct 2018Blog
Rural women are one of the most marginalized and impoverished groups in the world. Learn why these women need to be economically empowered.
Creating Economic Pathways Through Monthly Giving
10 Sep 2018Blog
Dunstan Morey, a FINCA monthly donor, strongly believes in supporting the empowerment of the poor through increasing economic opportunities.