FINCA Canada believes that every person should have access to financial services, and we have been working to achieve this since 1984.
Having access to energy is a huge part of helping people work their way out of poverty.
FINCA Canada and our partners are helping farmers build a brighter future by providing training in sustainable farming, improving supply chains, developing regional coops, and so much more.
Empowering women is at the core of FINCA Canada’s mission, and is evident through all that we do.
In far too many communities around the world, people lack more than just access to financial services. Many also lack access to electricity, clean water, reliable sources of food, and more. In this way, poverty is multidimensional. Addressing just one or only a few of these shortcomings is insufficient to end the cycle of poverty.
Eradicating poverty requires a multidimensional response to help marginalized communities build a real pathway out of poverty. That is why FINCA Canada is now creating a community of entrepreneurs and social enterprises working to address the issues of financial inclusion, clean energy, education, water and sanitation, health, agriculture, and women’s empowerment.
At FINCA Canada we believe it is critical to know that we are delivering deep and meaningful impact to the people we serve. We start off by listening to our customers to understand their perceptions and experiences. Our data science ensures that the information we collect is accurate and indicates if and how we are improving lives. Our research also helps us respond and continuously adapt to our customers as well as create new products and services that meet their needs.
Stories of Resilience
Victoria Mbewe is a rural farmer. She has drastically increased her crop yields and income thanks to FINCA Ventures partner company, Good Nature Agro.
By becoming a monthly donor, you create a reliable source of funds to help hardworking women and men build brighter futures for themselves, their children, and their entire communities.