In her 20 years of existence, AMFI-K’s membership has increased from the original 5 founder members to the current 60 fully paid up members in 2018 serving over 6 million clients. The future of AMFI-K lies in its ability to meet and satisfy members` needs which in the end ensures members full participation in and funding of her activities.
AMFI-K operations are guided by a strategic plan which is reviewed after every 5 years. This
plan provides the roadmap towards both financial and operational self-sustainability through
constant review of membership fees and outreach strategies to reach more members offering
microfinance services. The current strategic plan documents 4 key result areas which were
identified by members are Policy advocacy, Capacity Building, Networking and Linkages and
Research and Knowledge Management.
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.
The Management Team
The year-on-year success of AMFI-K is driven by a board of member’s representing different sectors.
John K Kariuki
Zayyad A. Said
Our team is ready and capable of ensuring the quality delivery of services to our members.
Chief Executive Officer
Finance & Perfomance
Membership & Capacity Building
Our Core Activities
The key objective of this activity is to enhance collective action by her members and all other stakeholders for an enabling policy and regulatory environment for the microfinance industry in Kenya.
The key objective of this activity is to strengthen the capacity of MFIs in delivering appropriate and sustainable microfinance services to low income people, through organization and coordination of workshops and training courses on thematic areas and effective management information systems, with a view to enhance members’ capacity to manage and operate MFIs professionally.
The key objective of this activity is to provide regular platforms for its members to enhance effective collaboration among themselves and with other development actors and relevant stakeholders.
The key objective of this activity area is to provide members with timely and quality research and information that help underpin the policy and advocacy agenda, and facilitate industry product design and decision-making processes.