Putting clients in the driver’s seat

TH Microfinance client Dianne (Liz Arcus courtesy Good Shepherd please seek permission to reuse)

Giving people on low incomes the power to access no interest loans and choose how best to use them to overcome barriers, open up opportunities and improve their quality of life, gives people a sense of self-worth and hope, Adam Mooney explains.

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