KIMS Microfinance featured in The Guardian article

KIMS Microfinance featured in The Guardian article

Selling fish has enabled some to quadruple their usual earnings but sexist attitudes are harder to overcome Men don’t trust we’re strong enough’: Somali women push into fish industry Fardowsa Mohamed Ahmed received an investment opportunity to pay...
COVID-19 response in Microfinance sector

COVID-19 response in Microfinance sector

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus. The disease was first identified in December 2019 in Wuhan, the capital of China’s Hubei province, and has since spread globally, resulting in...
Young and Hungry

Young and Hungry

Full of energy, Fathiya Lucky is a young girl with strong ambitions, aiming to be a great leader who will fight for the rights of women across the country. Fathiya leaves in Borama city in Somaliland. Together with her family, she owns a car wash business and does the...
A Day in Bajuni Island

A Day in Bajuni Island

Baba Jeylani (left) with KIMS Chief of Operation Abdifatah Muthane KIMS Microfinance extended its investment opportunity to fishery sectors in Bajuni islands, situated on the southern coast of Somalia and home of the Bajuni people. This community grew crops, built...
KIMS Gave Me Hope

KIMS Gave Me Hope

DeeqaMursal Omar, a mother of 8 children, used her loan to build a successful business that sells clothes in Bakara Market in Mogadishu, Somalia, after getting a micro-entrepreneurship loan from KIMS Microfinance. Throughout her life, Deeqa has worked hard for her 8...