MASSIF is the financial inclusion fund that FMO manages on behalf of the Dutch government.
MASSIF enhances financial inclusion for micro-entrepreneurs and small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) that are disproportionately affected by a lack of access to financial services. The fund supports intermediaries that reach out to MSMEs in fragile and low-income countries, MSMEs in rural areas and those dependent on agriculture, women-and-youth owned MSMEs, and intermediaries providing access to productive goods and services for underserved individuals in the poorest social-economic segments.
Our involvement in unbanked and fragile states grew in 2019, with new clients in Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone, Myanmar, and Palestine.
Through 23 investments, totaling EUR 64 million, MASSIF concentrated its efforts in 2019 in supporting growth and job creation for fragile livelihoods and regions.
Number of SME loans
SMEs in countries with lowest levels of financial inclusion, small businesses in rural areas, women-owned businesses and youth entrepreneurs.
Number of micro loans
Micro-entrepreneurs in countries with lowest levels of financial inclusion, women-owned businesses and youth entrepreneurs.
Current number of depositors
Our committed portfolio
Total committed portfolio
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