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Oikocredit International Newsletter
September 2023

Positive change that's scalable

Oikocredit continues to stand strong in making a positive impact. Our 2023 Impact Report shows the difference we're making with our over 500 global partners. Despite challenges like economic uncertainty and conflict, our partners have broadened their impact, reaching even more disadvantaged communities.

The report indicates that positive change is possible and scalable. Working with partners in inclusive finance, agriculture, and clean energy, we touch over 42 million lives. Our reach in terms of empowering women and enabling rural communities is evident.

We invite you to read our detailed report. It explains how we're helping meet the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and how capacity building makes an important impact. Your continued support is crucial as we work together for a fairer future.

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Impact Report 2023 is live

Our most comprehensive impact statement to date reports on UN Sustainable Development Goals, capacity building, carbon footprint and more.

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Representatives from Oikocredit and Jardín Azuayo

A ground-breaking investment in Ecuador

Oikocredit's US$ 10 million investment in Jardín Azuayo in Ecuador is part of a highly innovative gender, diversity and inclusion social bond.

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Money changing hands in an Indian shop.

How does Oikocredit choose partners?

Oikocredit invests in over 500 organisations across the world. Dave Smit, Director of Impact Investments, provides insights into Oikocredit's selection process for these partners.

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Facts & Figures

Facts & figures for Q2 2023

Oikocredit publishes key facts and figures on a quarterly basis. Here are the key figures and additional background context on developments during the second quarter of 2023.

Check out Q2 2023's data >

Pictured at the top: Karminia Villegas Chino (left) with loan officer Sandra Rocio Fernandez Morales.

Karminia owns a burgeoning shoe factory and transformed her family's future with the aid of loans from Cidre, an Oikocredit partner in Bolivia.

Employing up to 20 people during peak demand, Karminia's factory produces custom and bulk orders for clients across the country. Thanks to Cidre's financial and business advisory support, Karminia is preparing to expand into a new facility.

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