The Association of Microfinance Institutions of Uganda (AMFIU) is an umbrella organisation of microfinance institutions (MFIs) in Uganda. AMFIU was founded in November 1996, through the collaboration of several organisations with interest in microfinance. The main reasons for its establishment were the felt need for MFIs to have a common voice; to lobby government for favourable policies; to share information and experiences; and to link up and network with both local and international actors.
AMFIU is a member-founded and member-owned institution. Membership as of December 2019 stands at 125 members. This includes 95 ordinary members (MFIs) and 25 associate members (Other institutions and individuals supporting micro finance activities). Full directory can be downloaded from the members sections.
is upgrading its IT systems to be respond to the needs of members and effectively communicate during these times of Covid-19. AMFIU together with various partners is also developing an information sharing platform. This calls for upgrading the servers, developing a call centre to respond to the complaints and concerns of the users. In addition, this requires very stable Internet connectivity.
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AMFIU is a National network of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) and related organization spread throughout Uganda. By December 2019 AMFIU had 125 members.
The association is an independent institution enjoying full legal status and complete autonomy in administrative and financial matters.
AMFIU was created mainly for the purpose of having a common voice to lobby government to provide a favorable policy environment; share information and experience; and to link up and network with both local and international Microfinance actors.
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