Deki transforms lives and helps communities to thrive.

In Quarter 4 of 2018/2019 Deki has focused on addressing the challenges in developing strong relationships with Field Partners. We concluded our 2018 Field Partner management review with the introduction of our new, Tiered Field Partner Management Process, developed in collaboration with Turner and Townsend.

Continuing to address the underlying causes of poverty, we are working with IADES to facilitate access to health insurance and greater health care awareness to entrepreneurs. This will improve the community’s resilience to financial shocks that emergency medical expenses can present.

We also reviewed the impact of multiple loans on financial stability for entrepreneurs and their community. Understanding these trends and the make-up of communities benefiting from micro-finance enable us to provide the right support and help these communities thrive.

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In Quarter 4 of 2018/19 we concluded our 2018 Field Partner review. Find out how we:    Developed our new Tiered Field Partner Management Programme    Work to improve resilience to financial shocks through healthcare insurance    Demonstrate financial stability achieved through loan progression.

In Quarter 4 of 2018/19 we concluded our 2018 Field Partner review. Find out how we:

Developed our new Tiered Field Partner Management Programme

Work to improve resilience to financial shocks through healthcare insurance

Demonstrate financial stability achieved through loan progression.

In 2018 we brought opportunities and hope to marginalised communities through ethical loans, training and support. Find out how we:    Empowered female entrepreneurs    Worked with young entrepreneurs    Enabled those most at risk to work their way out of poverty

In 2018 we brought opportunities and hope to marginalised communities through ethical loans, training and support. Find out how we:

Empowered female entrepreneurs

Worked with young entrepreneurs

Enabled those most at risk to work their way out of poverty