The Association of Microfinance Institutions- Kenya (AMFI-K) is a member-based institution, registered in 1999 under the Societies Act by the leading MFIs in Kenya, with the aim to build the capacity of the Kenyan microfinance industry. The main reasons for its establishment is the need for MFIs to have a common voice; to lobby government for favorable policies; to share information and experiences and to link up and network with both local and international actors.
To champion the aspirations of microfinance institutions through advocacy, capacity building, linkages and research.
To be the network of choice that promotes a conducive environment for microfinance providers in Kenya.
To enhance collective action by MFIs and other stakeholders for a conducive policy and regulatory environment for microfinance in Kenya;
To strengthen the capacity of MFIs in delivering appropriate and sustainable microfinance services to low income people, through our events.
To enhance collaboration, linkages and partnerships between AMFI, its members and other development actors and stakeholders.
To strengthen the internal capacity and funding base of AMFI and its Secretariat in providing value-adding services to its members and the industry at large.