Of the 115.6 million poorest clients reached in 2012, 101.2 million of them (87.4%) are being served by the 87 largest institutions and networks reporting to the Campaign, all with 100,000 or more poorest clients. Table 5 shows the breakdown by size of the 3,718 institutions whose data are included in this report.
Table 5: Reporting Institutions by Size
(December 31, 2012)
* Networks include umbrella organizations providing financial support (Ananya Finance for Inclusive Growth and Foundation for a Sustainable Society, Inc.), technical support (Association of Asian Confederation of Credit Unions, All India Association for Micro Enterprise Development, and Foundation for a Sustainable Society, Inc.), promotion and development support (NABARD), and large Government-sponsored programs (Bangladesh Rural Development Board and Mahila Arthik Vikas Mahamandal.
Over the last year, the outreach of 14 MFIs to the very poor dropped below 100,000. Of those, nine are located in Asia, three in Latin America and the Caribbean, and two in the Middle East and North Africa. Three of these MFIs would not report on their poverty outreach in 2013, saying they did not have the information necessary to report it—though they have reported on outreach to the very poor in previous years.
At the same time, seven MFIs reported an increase in outreach to the very poor increased to put them into the category of 100,000 to 999,999 clients and two joined the “1 million or more” category (one of those reported to the Campaign for the first time). Of those nine MFIs, five are located in Asia-Pacific, two in Latin America and the Caribbean, and two in sub-Saharan Africa.
Table 6: Reporting Institutions by Size from December 31, 2011, to December 31, 2012
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- Mobile Network Operators Can Build Systems that Reach the Poorest and Most Remote
- Regulators & Policymakers Can Build a National Ecosystem for Inclusion
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