Created in 2003, the AMT (African Microfinance Transparency forum) aims to promote transparency and strengthen performance of Africa MFIs in order to improve the efficiency of their actions and activities in terms of poverty alleviation.

Launched as a pilot project by ADA in 2001, the African Microfinance Transparency Forum (AMT) became a legally constituted organisation registered in South Africa in 2008.

The network’s current membership is composed of 50 MFIs, the 4 specialised rating agencies active on the continent, and 3 associate members.

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