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Sydney South NSW 1235, Level 11, 227 Elizabeth Street Sydney NSW 2000

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Your impact
through
microfinance

More than 6.7 million families across Asia are growing their small businesses so their children can live in a safe home, eat better food and go to school. 

We're reaching more than 6.7 million families across Asia

Small loans are just the start of the transformation. With money to buy seeds to grow a vegetable patch or a sewing machine to start a tailoring shop, each loan empowers an entrepreneur to increase their income and support their family with shelter, health and education. More than 95% of these entrepreneurs are women – meaning you're directly assisting those who would otherwise struggle to access affordable financial services.

With small loans to grow small businesses, alongside other community development services, your giving is transforming lives for generations to come.

Learn how our microfinance program works

Your Impact in India

India impact map

Through its microfinance partners in India, Opportunity is currently reaching 5,384,837 families with small loans and financial services.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic families living in poverty in India have shown incredible determination, courage, hope and resilience. As the flow-on effects of the pandemic continued to disrupt livelihoods for low-income families in India, thanks to the generosity of our supporters, Opportunity International Australia’s microfinance solutions were a constant in a time of uncertainty for the families we serve.

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Your Impact in Indonesia

Indonesia impact map

Through its four microfinance partners in Indonesia, Opportunity is currently reaching 1,368,643 families with small loans and financial services.

Flow-on effects of the COVID-19 crisis significantly impacted the livelihoods of low-income women and families in Indonesia, with the World Bank reporting the pandemic has turned back three years of progress in poverty reduction. In the second half of 2021, despite the ongoing impacts of the pandemic, Opportunity International Australia continued to support vulnerable families – expanding our reach in Indonesia in 2021 by 12 per cent.

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