- The Aga Khan Foundation, Canada
The Aga Khan Foundation-Canada, 350 Albert Street Suit 1820, Ottawa, Ontario K1R 1A4, Canada.
- APRACA: The Asia and Pacific Regional Agricultural Credit Association is Asian network of savings and credit. Through its Turst and Development Fund, it attempts to sustain access for organized rural groups to credit from banks. A major programme of APRACA is the "Linking Bank and Self-help Groups", which is funded by the German Government (GTZ-BMZ).
APRACA, Maliwan Mansion, Phra Atit Road, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
Fax: +612-280 0445
- ASSEFA: The Association of Sarva Sewa Farms was born out of the land reform movement in India in 1969. After having shifted to a village-based strategy, ASSEFA now facilitates the formation of village councils or "gram sabhas". These councils attempt to solve the problems of the commmunity, and also participate in a savings and credit programme, by setting up a village bank or "Gram Kosh".
ASSEFA, 279, Awai Shanmugam Road, Royapettah, Madras - 600 014, India
Fax: +(91-45) 24 50 56
- Association for Social Advancement (ASA): ASA is the largest and fastest growing fully financially self-sufficient microfinance institution in the world. ASA's leadership has continued to redefine microfinance. ASA was the first MFI, for example, to borrow from a commercial bank at commercial rates. ASA is able to absorb financial cost at commercial rates because the fundamentals of the
ASA Model serve to streamline operations, allowing branches to generate profits within 9 months of establishment.
23/3 Block B, Khilji Road, Shyamoli,
Mohammadpur, Dhaka 1207, Bangladesh
Voice: (880-2) 9116375, 819828, 810934-5
Fax: (880-2) 811175, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org