The "Solidarity Bankers" missions are a new type of international volunteering missions offered to the employees of the Group on behalf of microfinance institutions or impact companies, partners of the Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation.

OXUS - Kyrgyzstan (TO BE FILLED)

SFA - Senegal (ON GOING)

OXUS Kyrgyzstan is a microfinance institution established in 2006 that provides financial services to under-banked people in Kyrgyzstan. The institution serves more than 7,000 active borrowers and manages a portfolio of €6.6 million.

The Solidarity Banker will be responsible for supporting OXUS in the production of a Marketing plan and a Client Loyalty programme. The mission is scheduled for the fourth trimester of 2019.

TO APPLY: CA Solidaires

The Sénégalaise des Filières Alimentaires (SFA) is a social enterprise that promotes and comercialized the local rice. SFA wants to develop a digital application to manage and optimize its operations. 

With the support of Crédit Agricole SA, the Solidairity Banker will make an evaluation and some recommendations to set up a digital application for SFA's local teams.

 

Musoni - Kenya (ON GOING)

KMF - Kazakhstan (ON GOING)

Musoni Microfinance is a microfinance institution providing financial services through mobile payments. The mission of the Company is to grow, build and maximize the potential of the businesses of the low income and unbanked of Kenya.

To strengthen its performance management processes, Musoni wishes to implement a balanced score card methodology as a strategic planning and performance management system. With the support of BPI of Crédit Agricole SAthe Solidairity Banker will go on a two-week mission to develop this monitoing tool of the institution.
 

KMF, Kazakhstan's largest microfinance institution, targets microentrepreneurs in rural and urban areas across the country. It offers loans for agriculture, retail, housing and consumer loans.

KMF now wishes to structure and diversify its agricultural loan portfolio, currently concentrated in the livestock sector. In addition, the institution would like to receive advice for the development of non-financial services for agricultural loan clients. For this mission, two Solidarity Bankers will go on a two-week mission to help KMF diversify its portfolio and develop its offer.