The signatories agree to coordinate policies, technical assistance and resources to help microfinance institutions face the crisis.

On the initiative of the Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation, a group of lenders and key players of the inclusive financial sector committed to a common pledge: “Key principles to protect microfinance institutions and their clients in the Covid-19 crisis”. Since its publication, 26 organizations have signed the common Pledge that aims to guide stakeholders to better support microfinance institutions and vulnerable clients during this crisis.

If you wish to sign this common Pledge, please visit the dedicated page on the Covid-Finclusion website.

To answer one of the key principles of the Pledge, ADA is leading a Coordination group dedicated to social investors and NGOs active in microfinance.

COVID-19 crisis

ADA: committed on all fronts

ADA has become a new member of IMS Luxembourg (Inspiring More Sustainability), the leading network of Luxembourg companies involved in Corporate Social Responsibility.

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2nd edition of «CATAPULT: Inclusion Africa» by LHoFT

ADA supports for the second consecutive year the bootcamp "CATAPULT: Inclusion Africa" organized by the LHoFT from 1 to 8 March 2020 in Luxembourg.

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First Ever Microfinance Forum in Myanmar

ADA participated in the first Myanmar Microfinance Forum, held on 5 November 2019 at Park Royal Hotel in Nay Pyi Taw.

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Myanmar Microfinance Association Annual General Assembly

ADA was present at the Annual General Assembly of the Myanmar Microfinance Association.

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Microvision in action in the UEMOA region

First Microvision Technical Assistance in the French-speaking zone (UMEOA) for the MFI Prodia as part of its institutional transformation.

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