Inkomoko received $1 million to expand their financial and business services offerings to refugee entrepreneurs and small businesses.
Valiu creates opportunities for people to send and receive money internationally.
Kaah International Microfinance Services (KIMS) is the Somali market leader in the provision of Sharia compliant Microfinance services. KIMS has been in operation since 2013 and to date has provided over $14 million in financing to more than 13,700 clients. At present KIMS has an active portfolio of more than 4,150 clients worth $3.8 million.
Making Cents International, a social enterprise that fosters human potential and advances economic opportunity globally, and Kiva, the largest microfinance crowdfunding platform in the world, are building Hawiyati (“My Identity” in Arabic) as the digital identity solution for refugees, migrants, and national populations in the Middle East and beyond.
BizGees is an innovation driven enterprise using alternative finance for financial inclusion dedicated to improving refugees’ access to the financial tools they need to succeed. They are a born global finTech startup supporting two different refugee communities. One community is in Northern Pakistan where 2.5 million people experienced displacement. The second community is in Uganda and Kenya.