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We believe in giving disadvantaged communities in low-income countries our backing & belief. When you invest with us, we place your capital with over 800 social enterprises who lend these people financial & technical support to build businesses, sustain their communities and help protect the planet.

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We are fortunate to benefit from many long-term, loyal investors and are grateful for your support. Managing your investment with us is simple, whether you wish to top-up your account by lump sum or standing order; gift your investment to friends and family; or make withdrawals.

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Thos Gieskes: why we’ve updated our strategy and how we’re aiming for more impact [interview]

Thos Gieskes.jpg24 May | 18 Last month we announced our financial results and introduced Oikocredit’s updated strategy. Our Managing Director Thos Gieskes shares more details on what’s different about the new approach, why focus is so important, and how social impact remains at Oikocredit’s heart. full story

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    -‘Banking on women’-: How microfinance empowers Kenyan women with small loans

    7 March 2018 17:24 - by Archie Pearson

    -‘Banking on women’-: How microfinance empowers Kenyan women with small loans
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    A very special female brand of Brazilian organic Fairtrade coffee

    16 January 2018 17:57 - by Monica Middleton

    A very special female brand of Brazilian organic Fairtrade coffee
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    Investment in smallholder farmers is key to feeding the world AND reducing poverty

    13 November 2017 17:59 - by Eugene Ellmen

    Investment in smallholder farmers is key to feeding the world AND reducing poverty