Call to researchers

ADA invites researchers to carry out a comparative study of two selected microfinance institutions, CONFIE and RCPB, adopting different perspectives on institutional autonomy.

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Appel aux chercheurs - Call to researchers

Infine, an association for Inclusive Finance

The Inclusive Finance Network Luxembourg (InFiNe) was created March 31, 2014 as the progressive continuation of the former "Table Ronde de la Microfinance au Luxembourg".

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Crowdfunding on video

Watch the interview of Oliver Gajda, chairman of the European Crowdfunding Network, who answers our questions about crowdfunding.

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Oliver Gajda

Risk Management training


ADA and ATTF are proud to announce the hosting of the third edition of a workshop dedicated to Microfinance Institutions’ Performance with a special focus on Risk Management.

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Strategy, Performance and Risk Management in Microfinance


Inclusive Finance.
Increasing Autonomy.
Improving Lives.

ADA, a Luxembourg NGO dedicated to microfinance

ADA is a Luxembourgish NGO that works to promote inclusive finance worldwide. ADA is convinced that access to financial services can bring about a lasting improvement in the living conditions of poor populations.

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Supporting and professionalising inclusive finance in Cape Verde

Inclusive finance in Cape Verde is still in its infancy. Its product range is not very diversified.Read more

Start-up of a micro-insurance company in West Africa

ADA has cooperated with the West African Confederation of Financial Institutions (CIF) for many years now.Read more

Savings, microcredit and money transfers for migrants

Migrants working in Europe usually send a large portion of the money they earn back to their home countries.Read more

A boost for young start-up entrepreneurs in West Africa

50% of young people aged 15–24 in Africa are thought to be unemployed. Many of them do not finish secondary education.Read more

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