Man holding corn from his field

Rural Agriculture

70% of the world’s poor live in rural areas, relying on farming for food and income. VisionFund is helping rural communities outside the reach of traditional financial services access the products they need for sustainable livelihoods. We're facilitating small-scale credit, insurance and savings products for vulnerable rural households.

Man holding corn from his field


of the world’s poorest people live in rural areas


VisionFund clients living in rural areas


world’s farmers who are women
End-to-end business of farming

Agrifinance and Crop and Livestock Insurance

Our innovative combined credit and insurance product helps farmers prepare for risks to their livelihoods, whilst remaining protected if emergency strikes. Insurance coverage enhances a farmer’s resilience to climate shocks. Credit helps them to prepare for a more resilient crop, and support their children's futures.

VisionFund loan officer shows client how to make repayments via mobile money


Digital technology solutions are helping us to serve the most rural of our clients. We're ensuring that nobody is excluded from accessing a sustainable livelihood and a strong future for their families.



Our THRIVE model (Transforming Household Resilience in Vulnerable Environments), in partnership with World Vision, focuses on family-level change. THRIVE is proven to dramatically increase household incomes, resulting in stronger and more self-sufficient families. Its program interventions systematically and comprehensively address the underlying causes of vulnerability, allowing families to sustainably progress out of poverty and into prosperity.

World Vision Livelihoods

World Vision Livelihoods

VisionFund’s parent organisation, World Vision International, has four project models that target improved livelihoods, from equipping the ultra-poor to be self-reliant, to providing microloans for entrepreneurs. Together, we are working to develop microfinance models around the world to break the cycle of poverty.