ZAMFI Quarterly Performance Report Of The Microfinance Sector as at 30 September 2017

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The quarterly performance indicates an industry that has recorded substantial improvements in key areas of outreach, profitability, sustainability and portfolio quality. This is largely due to the rebound of lending activities, increased revenue streams as well as managed costs through the use of technology to improve efficiency and productivity.

Microfinance Conference Presentations | 7- 8 September 2017

Item Presentation Action
1 2017 Microfinance ZIMRA  Workshop Presentation
2 D  G Speech  - Microfinance Conference September 2017
3 Psychometrics Malaysia_07092017
4 RC - Microfinance Workshop - Credit  and Collateral Registry Presentation

ZAMFI Launches Regulatory Review on the Microfinance Sector

The Zimbabwe Association of Microfinance Institutions (ZAMFI) today used the occasion of their 3rd Annual Microfinance Sector Winter School in Kariba, to launch a regulatory review of their sector. The Winter School is taking place from 18 and 20 May under the theme “Tranversing the Microfinance Landscape”.

ZAMFI Summary

ZAMFI (Zimbabwe Assocition for Microfinance Institutions) is the umbrella body for microfinance institutions. Our vision is to transform the quality of life of the poor and marginalised communities. Our mission is to advocate for an enabling regulatory and funding environment and to promote best practices in the provision of demand- driven services for the growth of the microfinance industry in Zimbabwe.


Mrs Molly Dingani holds an MBA with Nottingham Trent University UK. She also holds a Diploma in Business Studies from the University of Zimbabwe and is an associate member of Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators in Zimbabwe (ICSAZ. Currently she works for CBZ Bank as the Divisional Director - Business Banking, a unit which was set up to specifically focus on the growth on the Micro and Small to Medium Enterprise sector in Zimbabwe. She has been actively involved in initiatives involving the financial inclusion of the marginalised and was the Southern Africa Chairperson and Executive Committee member of the African Rural and Agricultural Credit Association (AFRACA) for the past five years until the end of 2016. She is also currently a Board Trustee of Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe.