Cufa partners with Bank-Genie's BanqIn to further financial inclusion in Myanmar.
Cufa is committed to ending poverty across the Asia-Pacific. They help communities build better lives for themselves through grassroots programs that focus on education, empowerment, entrepreneurship and financial institutions.
Over 90% of contributions to Cufa go directly into local communities where they are used to build financial institutions like credit unions, giving the most disadvantaged people a safe and affordable place to save their money. Credit union staff and members are then taught vital financial literacy skills, equipping them with the tools to save and handle their finances. Loans and savings groups are also made available at credit unions so that people can start their own small business, with Cufa project officers teaching the crucial business skills for these businesses to become successful.
Imparting these skills, knowledge and financial access provides people with a hand up, not a handout, a livelihood that can be passed on to future generations to break the poverty cycle.
Gojo partners with BanqIn to further financial inclusion across Asia and Africa.
Gojo is committed to enabling financial inclusion by helping financial service providers succeed in different countries. They help communities build better lives for themselves through grassroots programs that focus on education, empowerment, entrepreneurship and financial institutions.
Gojo invests in and partner with financial service providers whose values and mission are aligned with theirs. As a holding company, rather than a fund, Gojo is able to provide permanent capital to their partners. They facilitate learning among partners and use their team's experience in finance, management consulting, and technology to support partner company management and new business initiatives.