The issue of financial inclusion of the poor sections of the society which forms the basis of Millennium Development Goals ensures at creating institutional-led sustainable sources of financial services which can provide affirmative response to empower the people to get rid of chronic poverty, illiteracy, health issues, etc. The Australian government aims at targeting issues which afflict the millions of poor in developing economies and use the instruments of microfinance to initiate sustainable and innovative solutions for the betterment of economic and social indicators in such poor economies. While ensuring the achievement of these goals, it has been seen that a number of factors are to be attained. These factors are related to the creation of supporting regulatory environment, development of adequate and suitable infrastructure which could aid in the dissemination of microcredit, development of innovative financial services that target the local requirements of each specific region and ensuring that prospective clients from the poor sections of the society are made aware of the possibilities of the benefits that can be derived from the services of microfinance.
The government of Australia has also ensured that it complements the existing private microfinance and financial service providers who are working to serve the target section of the population in respective countries. In order to make the process a sustainable one, it has also undertaken international initiatives which are aimed at creating a mechanism for international cooperation on the subject matter.