Financial innovation and partnerships for improved sanitation in Kenya

Micro-loans for improved sanitation are key to the FINISH Mondial approach. In this blog by our communications coordinator in Kenya, Grace Okwisa, published by the The Sanitation Learning Hub, we explain how we implement our vision of financial inclusion in Kenya: how we engage with financial institutions, what challenges we face and what mitigation strategies

Dutch Ambassador appreciates huge potential of circular sanitation economy during visit in Busia

The esteemed Ambassador of the Netherlands to Kenya, Maarten Brouwer, and the First Secretary of Food Security and Water, Pim van der Male, visited the FINISH Mondial Busia County faecal sludge treatment plant, a groundbreaking initiative supported by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Together with health officials from the County, they explored the Busia

FINISH Mondial Kenya and ED Partners Announce Partnership to Enhance School Sanitation through Financial Inclusion

FINISH Mondial Kenya is joining hands with ED partners Africa, a non-banking financial institution, to strengthen access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) products by offering innovative financial solutions to the Kenyan WASH sector. Present during the signing were Valentin Post, CEO of FINISH Mondial, Pamela Bundi, FINISH Mondial Kenya Country Coordinator and Amos Mwangi, CEO of

Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) touts success of FINISH INK programme!

To celebrate World Toilet Day this year, the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) zoomed in on the successes of the public-private partnership model that the Financial Inclusion Improves Sanitation & Health in Kenya (FINISH INK) programme is built upon. Commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2013, the programme has made a  huge

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