The conference is organized by the Glasgow Caledonian University in collaboration with the European Microfinance Platform, and this year, it will focus on exploring and reimagining microfinance as an interdependent tool that contributes to the future envisioned in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
CRECER IFD from Bolivia, Dreamlopments Ltd. from Thailand and Fonkoze from Haiti announced as finalists for the European Microfinance Award 2021.
This publication maps out the current landscape of Human Resource Development practices among MFIs, and sheds light on the relationship between HR practices and MFI performance.
Launch of "Human Resource Development Practices in the Microfinance Sector" by the e-MFP HR Action Group
This report summarizes the survey results providing an opportunity for MFIs to assess and reflect on their current HR practices and benchmark their practices with those of the sector.
The Financial Inclusion Compass 2021 is the fourth in a series collating opinions of a range of stakeholders including practitioners, investors, donors, researchers and support service providers on emerging short, medium, and long-term trends in the financial inclusion sector.
Learn what key stakeholders think about current trends and future areas of focus for the financial inclusion sector. In addition, the webinar offers insights from respondents about the perceived impact of the global coronavirus pandemic, the changing roles of various stakeholders, and opportunities for "building back better".
This publication shares lessons learned from 16 institutions that dealt with crises, framed by a four-part hierarchy of needs: liquidity, confidence, portfolio, and capital.