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Opportunity International EduFinance receives $1 million…

by Opportunity International

The first open-platform credit model for education lending will be funded by The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and developed for the Ugandan market CHICAGO—October 11, 2016—Opportunity International…

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'Education for People and Planet': The 2016 GEM Report…

by Opportunity International

Pointers from the Global Education Monitoring Report 2016 about private sector partnerships for achieving sustainable education

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Accountability, EduFinance, and UNESCO's GEM Report

by Opportunity International

The UNESCO Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report has just published its first annual edition, reporting this year on sustainability in education, and we’ll be posting our thoughts about it later…

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Opportunity EduFinance Partner in Uganda Named Finalist…

by Opportunity International

The organisers of the European Microfinance Award today announced that Opportunity Bank of Uganda (OBUL) was among its three finalists for the award, which highlights the work of MFIs in enabling access…

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School Loans, Job Creation, and the Advancement of…

by By Nathan Byrd, Head of Education Finance

In a new third-party analysis of 94 Ugandan schools accessing Opportunity EduFinance loans, the resulting school growth created an average of 18.6 additional jobs within the community. How Schools Expand…

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Microfinance boosts education for 44,000 Ugandan girls

by Opportunity International

For too long, microloans in the education sector were difficult, unprofitable, and unsustainable. Cash flows were irregular, the returns on investment took time. And lenders could not stomach the risks. …

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Consigning the cane to history

by Opportunity International

For as long as anyone can remember, many teachers in Ghana have relied on the cane to control their classroom. These days it has become more frowned upon, however the practice is not yet illegal and remains…

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OI EduFinance Expands Quality Programs to 88 schools…

by Opportunity International

On the 17th of May, OI EduFinance held a second introductory seminar for new schools joining its Education Quality initiative in Ghana. After launching a first-time pilot of the Self-Improving School System…

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Big data means investors should look again at African…

by Nathan Byrd, Head of Opportunity EduFinance

As delegates gather in Kigali for the World Economic Forum on Africa this week, they may be encouraged to hear how the digital revolution can help transform Africa’s education systems. It cannot happen…

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Microfinance helps build a school, create jobs in coastal…

by Opportunity International

The latest figures from UNESCO’s Global Education Monitoring Report remind us how donor aid can be so capricious, even for something as critically important as education. Released on Monday, April 25th,…

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