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FINISH is an action research project set up by UNU-MERIT a research and training centre of the United Nations University in Holland, working in close collaboration with the University of Maastricht.
Sinapi Aba Trust is an autonomous private non-governmental organization registered in 1994 as a company limited by guarantee. SAT provides microfinance services to entrepreneurs in small and micro enterprises in Ghana.
BNP Paribas is demonstrating its commitment to responsible investing and sustainable development by supporting the creation of Microfix, a new currency-hedging microfinance fund.
Barclays bank has announced a three year, USD 20 million funding plan to support microfinance programs in ten countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America. The program will include the expansion of existing community-based financial services, as well as the introduction of new microfinance...
Barclays and Citigroup participate in NGO-corporate partnerships to support vulnerable children in rural Kenya
Under an initiative led by Pathfinder and Barclays Bank of Kenya, Ltd., the Kabras Jua Kali Association (KJKA) runs a program for orphans and vulnerable childred (OVC) aged 15 to 21 years.
The Bank of the Canton of Vaud and Terre Des Hommes combine to help the children of Switzerland and other Countries.
The Bank of the Canton of Vaud(BCV) and Terre des hommes cooperate in supporting children at a national and international level.
Bupa International has joined forces with the international charity, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).
In 2008, Bupa International, the world's largest expatriate health insurer, joined forces with the international charity, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), to raise money for people in Africa.
BNP Paribas Assurance has signed a three year partnership with the NGO Aide et Action, which promotes access to quality education for all in the 21 countries where it is present.
Merrill Lynch and the Greenlining Institute announce a $500 million initiative for under-served California communities
In 2003, Merrill Lynch and the Greenlining Institute announced a $500 million initiative to expand small business lending and promote economic opportunities in Asian Pacific, Latino and African-American communities throughout California.
Merrill Lynch and Greenlining Institute announced a $159 million economic partnership for Southern California
In 2000, Merrill Lynch and The Greenlining Institute announced a $159 million three-year initiative to encourage new investments, economic opportunities and home ownership in Asian Pacific, Latino and African-American communities in Southern California and the San Francisco Bay area.