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20 April 2024 Publication of NAV (est.)

Microfinance in Cambodia

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Impact Ecosystem Event

Reconnecting with People & Nature

LMDF, in partnership with the Ville de Luxembourg, turned once again the spotlight on the areas where finance converges with social and environmental impact.

During the event, we had the great pleasure to hear about concrete and impactful steps that we can all make to address the multitude of social, environmental and economic challenges that we might face.

We wish to thank all speakers and participants.

Semi-annual report as at 30 September 2023

We are pleased to report on our activities during the last six months of the period 2023-24 which began on 1 April 2023 and ended on 30 September 2023.

In this edition we are focusing on financial inclusion of women in remote areas with a focus on the MFI KOMIDA in Indonesia.

Some thoughts on the microfinance sector in Cambodia

We have been following the evolution of the sector in Cambodia for many years. LMDF published an article in our 2020 Social Performance report on the concerns over the evolution of the sector [Article]. At the time, the article concluded stating “responsible microfinance in Cambodia is facing its biggest test yet“…

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LMDF invests in emerging microfinance institutions that work hard to provide a better life for micro-entrepreneurs. We help these promising institutions to become solid partners for micro-entrepreneurs who need a reliable and fair supply of basic financial services.

Micro-entrepreneurship in Zambia

Josephine, a young widow and mother from Kasama in the Northern Province of Zambia, has managed to lift her family out of poverty with her business.

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Unique protection against risks

For investors in Class C (share Class open to individuals and non-profit structures) the Fund has set up a risk protection mechanism, through the A and Abis share Classes (the Luxembourgish State and the NGO ADA). Concretely, if an MFI does not reimburse the Fund, Class C investors benefit from by an initial absorption of losses through Class A and Abis.

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LMDF’s impact

48 MFIs financed
70,393 micro-entrepreneurs financed
26 countries
77% women
1,787 average micro-loan
47.1M€ invested in microfinance

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