Solidarity Microfinance is committed to providing access to energy for the poorest populations and finances organizations in developing countries that promote micro-entrepreneurship. Indeed, fragile populations are often excluded from traditional microfinance institutions. Most of the accompanied beneficiaries live in slums, in isolated rural areas or on the outskirts of large cities, without access to water, electricity and health care. Most of them are women in developing countries. At the end of 2018, Solidarity Microfinance had already financed 19 social enterprises in 13 countries in West Africa, Asia and Haiti, with an outstanding amount of €8.3 million. 95% of these organizations were incubated by Entrepreneurs du Monde, the founding association of Solidarity Microfinance.
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Bénéficiaire au Cambodge, programme PTEAH BAITONG.
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Risks: Investing in young companies presents a significant risk of partial or total loss of the invested amount as well as a risk of illiquidity.