Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
Financial literacy training classes are held for 6,000 women to increase knowledge and capacity to access and use microfinance loans.
50,000 women and men reached through awareness-raising campaigns, including youth-led events, on the availability of microfinance products and services and the importance of safe housing
Institutional capacity building to strengthen operational capacity of five (5) MFIs
Five marketing strategies developed and put into action by five (5) MFIs
Advocacy strategies will be developed to influence financial sector regulatory authorities for a more enabling regulatory framework for housing microfinance
112,000 housing loans disbursed to women from marginalised and low-income communities by MFIs.
Low-income families have increased capacity and awareness on how to access microfinance loans for financing and planning their home improvements.
MFIs have increased capacity to offer client-centric housing loans that meet the needs of clients from marginalised, low-income communities.
Increasing financial inclusion with a focus on housing loans is crucial to help low-income women out of poverty in rural Nepal
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