AAF is a microfinance investment fund established in 2010 to reduce poverty and promote financial inclusion in Sub-Saharan Africa.
MiCrédito in Nicaragua is one of the country's top 10 microfinance institutions (MFIs), providing financial services to 4,500 clients with small businesses.
Zoona Transactions International serves more than 20,000 customers with cell-phone based money transfer, payment and voucher services.
One of the key microfinance providers in Tajikistan, aims for improved quality of life for its 55,000 clients, 70% of whom live in isolated rural areas.
WWB Capital Partners (formerly ISIS Fund) aims to increase access to financial services for low-income women in developing countries through its investments in microfinance institutions.