HIFIVE Success Story: Expanding Financial Services to Smallholder Farmers and Entrepreneurs in Rural Haiti

  • Date Posted: November 22, 2013
  • Organizations/Projects: FHI 360
  • Document Types: Case Study or Vignette
  • Donor Type: Non-US Government Agency

This success story documents the story of an entrepreneur in rural Haiti who was able to obtain a loan and subsequently saw his income increase when the credit union Caisse Populaire Fraternité (CPF) opened a new branch in Plaine-du-Nord, Haiti in November 2012 with financial help from the USAID-funded HIFIVE project.

HIFIVE (Haiti Integrated Finance for Value Chains and Enterprises) is a USAID-funded program implemented by World Council of Credit Unions and FHI 360. It empowers Haitians by providing access to innovative financial services and products with a focus on rural areas, value chains, remittances, and the use of technology to expand financial inclusion.

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