Financial Services


Khalti is digital payment company that is aiming to Nepal’s payment industry from offline to online. The business also bridges the digital gender divide by turning tens of thousands of young women into financial decision-makers through financial and digital literacy training through its ‘Smart Chhori’ app.

Cherehani Kenya

Cherehani Kenya promotes financial inclusion through asset financing and provision of business loans to female micro-entrepreneurs.


Bobi by JumboPay provides consumers in Kenya with mobile savings, personal finance and credit solutions.


Easypaisa is Pakistan’s leading mobile banking service, with over 20 million active customers and 75,000 touch points across the country.


Jeevan Bikas Samaj (JBS) is a national-level NGO in Nepal that implements a microfinance program for poor and vulnerable people. It has achieved significant outcomes through its programme, including in income generation, women and adolescent girls empowerment, community development, human resource development, education, awareness, health and sanitation.


Ensibuuko is a mobile banking solution that allows savings and credit co-operatives to expand their reach to unbanked and under-served populations. Ugandan farmers, many of them adolescent girls and young women, need funding to be able to serve local markets and expand their agribusinesses. Ensibuuko connects them to the right credit co-op via mobile phones, saving them travel time and money.


Finance Trust Bank is a microfinance bank built by women, for women. It empowers entrepreneurs across sectors with personalised loans to help scale their businesses. Girls in Uganda need safe and easily accessible places to keep their money, plus education on how to make that money grow. Finance Trust Bank delivers an array of options, from a Girls Choice saving account to Junior Savers loans.