Ayani staff have successfully completed projects supporting women owned enterprises and inclusive financial sector-building projects in over 40 countries, including:
Capacity Building of Rural Savings and Loan Cooperatives
AYANI assisted five savings and loan cooperatives in rural Brazil in developing financial products for SMEs, SME credit analysis and NPL management, including with the undertaking of market research and a strategic planning exercise (MIF, 2010).
Rural Finance Business Planning and Monitoring
AYANI is assisting a rural financial service provider with innovative rural finance lending methodologies, by strengthening its planning capacity. AYANI built a business plan and is now monitoring the project on a yearly base (SEND, 2009-2012).
Rural Finance Business Planning
AYANI assisted a rural financial service provider with the preparation of their business plan (CAFOD/SEND, 2009).
AYANI is assisting a microfinance investment fund with training and Training to Trainer (ToT) course modules to their investees in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ghana, Mozambique, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Tanzania in French, English and Portuguese (Fintech, 2011).
Rural Financial Service Provider Mapping
AYANI assisted CHF International with the development of a major access to finance and livelihood improvement project in rural Rwanda (CHF International, 2011).
AYANI provided a resident technical advisor to a leading electronic payment company in West Africa (FERLO, 2010).
Technical Assistance Internal Audit
AYANI is assisting a microfinance institution in Tanzania to strengthen its internal controls (Fintech, 2011).
AYANI is assisting a Greenfield bank in its fund raising efforts (Founder, 2010).
AYANI assisted a major multilateral organization to recruit for a new high level position seeking to promote access to finance globally (IFI, 2008).
Strengthening Rural Financial Service Provider
AYANI provided a resident technical advisor to a start-up rural financial service provider in Zambia. Subsequently it was asked to continue to provide technical input at regular intervals, while at the same time supporting two other institutions (Cordaid, 2010-2011).