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Financial inclusion refers to the availability and accessibility of financial services to all individuals and businesses, regardless of their income level or location. It is a main goal for our organization as it can have a significant impact on reducing poverty and promoting economic growth.

We are working with government on financial inclusion often focus on providing access to basic financial services such as savings accounts, loans, and insurance to marginalized and low-income communities. We are also working to educate these communities on the importance of financial literacy and how to effectively manage their finances. We are also promoting digital financial services, such as mobile banking, to increase accessibility to financial services for those living in remote or underserved areas.

Our Aarambh project focused on financial inclusion is the creation of community savings groups. These groups allow individuals to pool their savings together, which can then be used to provide loans to members for various needs such as starting a business or paying for medical expenses. This helps to promote savings habits and provide access to credit for those who may not qualify for traditional loans.

We are working with MFIs for promoting financial inclusion, by partnering with microfinance institutions (MFIs) to provide small loans to individuals and businesses. Microfinance loans are designed for individuals and businesses that are not able to access traditional forms of credit, and can help to provide them with the capital they need to start or grow their businesses.

We are also working to promote financial literacy among marginalized communities. This is include providing training and education on financial management, budgeting, and savings, as well as helping individuals and businesses to understand the various financial products and services available to them.

We are also support financial inclusion is by providing mobile banking and digital financial services to communities. Through mobile banking and digital finance, individuals can access a variety of financial services, such as money transfers, savings and credit account, and payments, via their mobile phone, with or without internet access. This can be especially beneficial for individuals living in remote or rural areas where access to traditional banking services is limited.

In conclusion, financial inclusion is a crucial component of reducing poverty and promoting economic growth. As NGO we play a vital role in increasing access to financial services for marginalized and low-income communities through a variety of initiatives, including community savings groups and promoting digital financial services.

We also working with governments, international organizations and private sectors to advocate for policies and regulations that promote financial inclusion.

By providing access to Financial Inclusion, we aim to break the cycle of poverty and promote social and economic development. Financial Inclusion empowers individuals to create better lives for themselves, their families and their communities.

“Inclusion for all, financial freedom for all
Empowering individuals, building stronger communities
Leaving no one behind in the journey of financial growth
Financial inclusion, the key to unlock the potential”

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