REDCAMIF since its foundation, has made progress in its institutional development, working for industry specialization at the regional level through the development of programs and projects aimed at promoting innovation in services and financial and non-financial products adapted to the customers’ needs in the urban and rural sectors.
REDCAMIF IN FIGURES
Data as at december 2022
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“Throughout 12 years of partnership with REDCAMIF, we were able to develop adapted financial and non-financial products, benefiting over 22,200 low-income families and 96 microfinance institutions”
“We agree on the importance of social performance management and above all on our commitment to put the end customer at the center of all our initiatives. REDCAMIF is a very important strategic ally and highly valued by the SPTF”.
“REDCAMIF is a key ally to disseminate and implement activities, together we have strengthened the capacities and practices of more than 74 FSP, achieving a high impact for the benefit of customers.”
I am grateful to REDCAMIF for its support and accompaniment to develop various financial and social projects, aimed at the most vulnerable populations in Honduras, benefiting more than 15,000 rural families and giving added value to our work.
“ProMujer is informed and prepared to face challenging environments thanks to the relevant, correct and timely data provided by REDCAMIF and which adds value in our analysis and decision-making processes”.
“Thanks to REDCAMIF we improved the experience of our 36,000 clients through the use of technological tools; contributing to economic, social and environmental development in more than 500 rural communities in El Salvador”.
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