Discover DID's main achievements over the last year in the summary version of our 2016 Report.
Drawing on its long involvement in supporting good governance among its partners, DID has published a position paper on the subject in which it shares its vision and lessons learned.
This document draws on the strategies tested by DID and its partners over the past 45 years and is based on the lessons learned from these real-life experiences.
This strategic tool illustrates the results for performance, impact and deployment of DID-partner MFIs making up the Proxfin network.
The French Development Agency (AFD) partners with the Entrepreneurs Financial Centre (EFC) of Tunisia to support its growthDecember 2, 2016
The AFD will provide EFC Tunisia with a one million euro subsidy to finance technical support provided to the EFC by DID. This subsidy adds to a one million euro capital investment in EFC Tunisia by Proparco, an AFD subsidiary.
Members of the Proxfin international network proudly endorse the Declaration that was released after the third International Summit of Cooperatives, which was held in Quebec City, October 11 to 13.
The Proxfin international network is celebrating its 10th anniversary! An initiative of DID's partners, this network for discussion and exchange was created in 2006 and today includes 26 community finance institutions from 23 countries.
With support from the Government of Canada, DID will join efforts with SANASA, the largest financial cooperative institution in Sri Lanka, to increase access to financial and non financial services for entrepreneurs operating small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in this country, particularly in the agricultural sector.
Under this agreement, DFS will support projects targeting the introduction and sound management of insurance products in DID partner financial institutions. In coming months, DFS will collaborate mainly on DID’s project to improve access to financial and non-financial services for small and medium enterprises in Sri Lanka.