The Women's Fund for Microfinance is a private, non-profit, non-profit company registered with the Jordanian Ministry of Industry and Trade. It operates under the supervision and supervision of the Central Bank of Jordan and is part of Tanmia, the network of MFIs in Jordan. The company started its operations in 1996 and is one of the leading companies providing financial services to small business owners in Jordan with low income. Those who can not obtain financing from banks because they do not have any financial guarantees and the amounts they need are simple Empowering women economically and socially to become active and productive members of their society. The number of beneficiaries of the company is currently more than 140 thousand beneficiaries and beneficiaries (96% of whom are women), provided by the assistance of more than 700 employees and employees spread across sixty branches in all governorates of the Kingdom.
The impact on the beneficiaries of these funds and the establishment of projects is large and clear, as reflected in increasing the income of their families, the education of their children and daughters, improving their standard of living, reducing the unemployment rate and building their self-esteem as a productive, influential and effective member of the home and society. The company's family is keen to understand their situation and situations, to be close to them, to work within their regions to understand their needs and their different situations and to meet them within the financial and non-financial services they provide.
Over a period of more than twenty years, the company has awarded over one million financing in excess of JD 500 million. The company provides its services and products to all beneficiaries in an innovative, transparent manner, based on international standards and through easy and easy procedures.
The Women's Microfinance Fund also offers non-financial services, including Life Protection, designed to help low-income people cope with the sudden circumstances, as well as the "Affinity" program, which aims to reduce the cost of hospitalization A health emergency, the first of its kind in the region.