MICRA in Numbers

 

Been partnering with over 2000 MFI, that attended our technical assistance programs
 Performed more than 500 rating activities to assess credit standing of MFI's in Indonesia
Carried out more than 600 assessment programs with UPK-PNPM Mandiri
Completed more than 100 research and innovation projects on various topics

  


Why MICRA?

 

MICRA has undertaken various projects for clients such as DIG, HIVOS, World Bank, ILO, Mercy Corps, FORD Foundation, BSR, Central Bank of Indonesia, OJK, GTZ, Grameen Foundation, Intellecap, Rabobank Foundation, Mix Market, as well as individual MFIs including BPR Inti Dana based in Jakarta, Moris Rasik in Timor Leste, CU Sawiran in East Java, KOMIDA, and many more. For more than millions of low income underserved in Indonesia, we are here to carry the light and be the resource for innovations.

 

 

Questionnaire for Post-Disaster Liquidity Initiations

MICRA plans to launch new initiatives to address disaster preparedness as well as provide post-disaster liquidity facilities for MFIs and their respective MFI clients. We launched a short online survey and asked each of our MFI partners to fill in the data they asked for in the survey. With this data, we can ensure that we develop facilities that fully meet MFI's demands and customer needs.

Roadshow ER Padang

Cooperatives as the pillars of the national economy must become actors who have a big role to play in building the socio-economic resilience of the Indonesian people to be more resilient in the future. Padang City Government, together with MICRA Indonesia and Asia Affinity, took the initiative to conduct a brainstorming activity in Indonesia Tangguh with the Padang City Government.

Roadshow ER Probolinggo

Cooperatives as the pillars of the national economy must become actors who have a big role to play in building the socio-economic resilience of the Indonesian people to be more resilient in the future. LAPENKOPWIL East Java and MICRA Indonesia took the initiative to conduct a brainstorming with key cooperative stakeholders in Probolinggo City in the Outlook Sharing activity: Building Cooperative Resilience Towards a Resilient Indonesia.