The Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation publishes its Quarterly Newsletter #34 in which it notably presents a new section in the form of a space dedicated to the Foundation's partners as well as its latest news.
Solidarity Cents aims to finance entrepreneurship projects by mobilising Crédit Agricole employees who are invited to donate 50 cents when paying for their meals in collective restaurants. For the 2019 edition, thanks to the support of employees, € 8,657 will be donated to Entrepreneurs du Monde.More
Solidarity Banker is a skills volunteering programme open to all Crédit Agricole group employees. Discover the Column of Sarah Belbachir, Solidarity Banker of Crédit Agricole SA.who went on a mission to Morocco.More
Interview with Susan Chibanga, Executive Director of AMZ, a Zambian microfinance institution that provides microcredit, insurance and money transfer services to over 50,000 clients, mainly women (60%) and in rural areas (80%).
The Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation has made three new investments in Asia, including one to a new partner in India.More
The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and the Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation launched a four-year programme to promote access to financial and non-financial services for refugees and host communities in Uganda.More
The Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation continues to make significant investments in sub-Saharan Africa, its priority intervention area, with three new investments in South Africa, Zambia and Burkina Faso.More
In November, the Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation signed a new partnership agreement in Palestine with the microfinance institution FATEN.More
Le Livre blanc publié par la Confédération internationale de Crédit Agricole (CICA) en novembre se veut une contribution aux Objectifs de développement durable pour une agriculture plus résiliente et mieux protégée face aux aléas climatiques.More
In recent months, the Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation has continued to develop its portfolio with new investments in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.More
The Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation continues to develop its activity in Bosnia and Herzegovina with the signing of a new partnership with the microfinance institution Partner Microcredit Organization.More