A network of players who share our vision of development

Our solidarity resources guarantee the independence of our actions, but they are limited by nature. To provide the most relevant services to our partners, we take care to work with players who share our vision of development. In addition to the structures that finance our action, several networks enable us to share knowledge and know-how, exchange practices and forge alliances to support our partners financially or technically.


Fair Trade France

Commerce Équitable France is the collective representing French fair trade players.


European Microfinance Platform (e-MFP),

The European Microfinance Platform (e-MFP), with over 130 members from all geographical regions and specializations, is the leading network of European organizations and individuals active in the field of financial inclusion in developing countries.



The FAIR association federates players in the field of social impact finance in France, and is a hub of French expertise in this field on the international stage. FAIR brings together more than 130 socially responsible companies, banks, management companies, NGOs, universities and committed personalities. FAIR manages a label, the Finansol label, which distinguishes solidarity savings products. SIDI’s capital shares have benefited from this label since its creation in 1997.


Social Performance Task Force (SPTF)

The Social Performance Task Force (SPTF) is a global organization working to advance social performance management, a management style that puts customers at the center of every decision, particularly in inclusive finance and microfinance.


European Venture Philanthropy Association

The European Venture Philanthropy Association (EVPA) is a network of impact investors who share the goal of creating a positive societal impact by financing the social economy.


European Federation of Ethical and Alternative Banks and Financiers (FEBA)

The European Federation of Ethical and Alternative Banks and Financiers (FEBEA) brings together 30 financial institutions from 15 European countries, with the aim of developing and promoting the principles of ethical finance.



The MAIN network is an international non-profit association established in 1995 to help strengthen the economic and social role of African microfinance institutions, notably through networking and professional training.


Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV)

The Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV) is a network of banking leaders from around the world committed to promoting a more transparent banking sector that supports economic, social and environmental sustainability, and is more diversified in favor of banking institutions that work for the real economy. SIDI is a supporting partner of this network.


Council on Smallholder Agricultural Finance (CSAF)

The Council on Smallholder Agricultural Finance (CSAF) was founded in 2012 as a forum for investors who support small-scale producers to share their experience to improve their support for agricultural value chains.


Smallholder Safety Net Upscaling (SSNUP)

The program Smallholder Safety Net Upscaling (SSNUP) managed by ADA Microfinance aims to increase the productivity and resilience of smallholder farmers in Asia, Africa and Latin America through better risk management and the promotion of sustainable, climate-smart agricultural practices.

See also

Governance and shareholding