AMIR is the only umbrella body for microfinance institutions in Rwanda that seeks to build a flourishing microfinance sector in Rwanda through different areas of Advocacy and Information, research and development, responsible finance, performance monitoring and capacity building. Currently, AMIR has 108 active members, serving poor and middle class families throughout the country.

The Association of Micro Finance Institutions in Rwanda, AMIR was created in June 2007. It is legally recognized as professional association by the Ministry of labour and its statutes were published in the official gazette no 6 of 15th march 2008. It is governed by a General Assembly and led by an experienced Board of Directors drawn from leading microfinance institutions in Rwanda.

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FINANCIAL EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS" An innovation for education in Rwanda tested by AMIR

March 6th, 2015

Child social and financial education project is an[...]

BOOM OF AMIR MEMBERSHIP IN 2014:

BOOM OF AMIR MEMBERSHIP IN 2014: "From 53 to 108"

February 25th, 2015

Get the complete list of all 108 members of AMIR a[...]