For the past two decades, MSC has constantly pushed to add value to the markets we work in. We are determined to develop practical and implementable solutions that our clients can use to extend financial inclusion. Watch the video to hear what our employees have to say about how our work adds value to the markets we serve.
Each month, SAJIDA foundation, an NGO in Bangladesh receives loan repayments from almost 10,000 clients across five of their branches using mobile money. These repayments record roughly 25,000 transactions totaling BDT 50 million (around USD 600,000).
Long Hours for Low Pay in the ‘Formal’ Economy: the Lives of Bangladesh’s Garment Workers
From July 2016 to August 2017 Microfinance Opportunities (MFO) conducted the Garment Worker Diaries project in three countries—Bangladesh, Cambodia, and India. This blog highlights what MFO found through its research.
In the first edition of MicroSave’s ‘Low-Income Lives’, Stuart Rutherford looks at education, using data from the Hrishipara Daily Financial Diaries project which records the flow of money from households in Bangladesh.