MCF “Sarvati Vakhsh” tries to adhere to the principle of transparency and publishes its financial results annually at International Information Portal MixMarket.
          In the framework of the European Commission’s “Land Reform” program, the Fund’s experts were involved in a series of trainings on financial education in 2 districts of the Khatlon region of the Republic of Tajikistan.
                At the beginning of its activities in 2007, Fund within the framework of the ICCO Development Agency program has conducted a study among the clients of MCF “Sarvati Vakhsh” on the impact of the credit on the social life of clients.
         Fund actively participated at implemented GIZ programs and one of the clear results implementation of Start-up product. This product was very popular and received positive feedback from customers.
          In 2008, within the framework of the USAID-funded CAMFA Project, the management of the Fund participated at Study tour in the Republic of Kazakhstan and upon the return the management made a significant changes at risk management system of the organization.


More than 11 projects with the support of UNDP  were implemented by the Fund. In general, these projects were focused on support:

• in reducing poverty;

• creating jobs;

• in supporting women entrepreneurs;

• protection of environment;

• support of medium-sized businesses;

• to increase the productive capacity in rural areas;

• in the formation of cross-border trade.

          In 2011, with the support of the DAI Family Farming Project the software of the fund was updated and today all reporting is formed through the program in accordance with the norms of legislation of the Republic of Tajikistan.
          In 2017 Fund took an active part in development of country report on social performance, which took into account the social results of the Fund in the formation of the report.
            In 2014, with the support of UNDP’s “Free Trade” project, the fund received training on the principles of the SMART Campaign and all seven principles were successfully implemented at the Fund. After 3 months, at  the Fund were conducted Client protection certification, which was positively evaluated by the expert.
        In early 2015, Fund signed a memorandum of cooperation with the International Organization Chemonics. As part of this cooperation, the Fund provides advice to interested farmers, as well as not large loans.
      The Fund has started cooperation with the UNDP GEF Program since 2010 and in 2018 Fund provided small loans on preferential terms as a support to lemon producers, which served as the basis for the development of lemon producers.