Al Majmoua - The Lebanese Association for Development is an independent non-profit Lebanese microfinance institution (MFI) following
international best practices.
Al Majmoua (which is the Arabic term of “the group” ) was initially created in 1994 as a microfinance program by Save the Children to provide group loans to low-income women entrepreneurs. In 1997, it spun off into a fully autonomous NGO, registered as an association with the Lebanese Ministry of Interior.
Currently, Al Majmoua offers group and individual loans, and free non-financial services to its borrowers and non-borrowers through its network of 22 branches all over Lebanon.