According to the bank's website, "To allow Kashf Foundation to grow their business by expanding their existing operations, entering new regions as well as increasing their share of rural loans.
Kashf Foundation is an MFI based in Lahore, Pakistan. They are one of the largest MFIs reaching over 400,000 clients and focus on lending to women micro entrepreneurs in Pakistan. Their objective is to alleviate poverty and empower women by providing quality and cost-effective microfinance services to low income households. They cater to these needs by providing women micro-entrepreneurs with (1) individual lending, (2) insurance, (3) capacity building trainings, and (4) social advocacy interventions aimed at creating awareness about gender discrimination and social issues."
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