About SHARE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   

BACKGROUND

SHARE, one of the largest microfinance institutions in India, started its operations for the poor in 1989 as a not-for-profit society. It is the first microfinance institution (MFI) in India to obtain a Non Banking Financial Company (Non Deposit) licence. Since its inception, SHARE has nurtured a vision to provide financial services to people in the low income communities

SHARE has adopted a for-profit approach to create social returns by channelling funds from development institutions and commercial banks as collateral-free loans to Joint Liability Groups (JLGs).

Our Vision

To improve the quality of life of the poor by providing access to financial and support services and to be a viable financial institution developing sustainable communities.


Our Mission

To mobilise resources in order to provide financial and support services to the poor, particularly women, for viable productive income-generating enterprises enabling them to reduce their poverty.


Objectives

•   To provide financial services predominantly for poor women.

•   To create self employment opportunities for the underprivileged.

•   To train the rural poor in simple skills and enable them to utilise all available resources and contribute to employment      and income generation.

 

 
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