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The loans are typically for small amounts (as little as US$ 100 or even less) targeting borrowers in developing countries and usually for a short term (a year or less). The loans are not secured by collateral assets as would be the case for Banking Institutions and require repayment in weekly installments rather than on a monthly basis.

A microfinance institution’s exposure to environmental and social risks is typically low. Because social development is part of their mandate, microfinance institutions are concerned with the environmental and social risks of their transactions and are taking steps to manage these risks to reduce negative impacts in their communities.


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