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FSVC Newsletter – Giving Tuesday


FSVC projects (clockwise from upper left) in Angola, Tajikistan, Tunisia and the Democratic Republic of Congo
Today is #GivingTuesday!  On this occasion, we would like to update you on the work FSVC has undertaken this past year.  
2022 has been exceptionally busy and productive, with robust program activity taking place in 18 developing countries. We expect to deliver a record 160 projects in 2022 thanks to our flexible delivery model and reputation for high-quality, practical technical assistance. Our most active programs include strengthening public financial management in Angola, increasing access to finance for small businesses in Tunisia, and combating the financing of terrorism in Jordan and Tajikistan. A significant focus has been fighting corruption, possibly the largest obstacle to economic progress in nearly all countries seeking FSVC’s assistance.
FSVC’s work takes place against a turbulent backdrop of civil unrest, economic crises, natural disasters and other severe threats across the developing world. In the face of these challenges, reformers in developing countries seek our technical assistance and objective advice on how to build more resilient, transparent and effective financial sectors. Our mandate is as relevant as ever, and we are making a difference. 
As our work expands, private contributions are critical. They help build the working capital foundation required to support the establishment of new programs and the exploration of new opportunities.

Will you help us make a difference in developing countries?

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Your contribution to FSVC, a 501(c)(3) organization, is tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

About Us

The Financial Services Volunteer Corps (FSVC) is a not-for-profit organization that helps strengthen financial sectors in developing and emerging market countries. It does so with the ultimate aim of promoting job creation, economic growth and a better quality of life. FSVC structures practical, results-oriented technical assistance and training missions staffed by senior financial sector professionals who serve as unpaid volunteer experts. Over the past 32 years, more than 10,000 volunteer experts from the international financial, legal and regulatory communities have taken part in 3,400 missions, impacting millions of people in 70 countries.