The survey is available in English, Spanish and French, and like last year, the final publication will be produced in all three languages as well.
The European Microfinance Award (EMA) is a prestigious annual award with EUR 100,000 for the winner and EUR 10,000 for the two runners-up, to promote financial inclusion initiatives and highlight their innovating contribution in a particular area to the development of the sector.
Outcomes Management for Financial Service Providers: A Proposed Standard Framework Aligned With the Sustainable Development Goals
This report aims to contribute to building a framework of actionable indicators based on the SDG targets that can answer the need for a simple, credible methodology to monitor outcomes.
Delve into the extensive summaries and full recordings of the EMW2021 sessions covering key topics such as climate change and green finance, social performance, digital financial inclusion, access to health care, impact of and response to COVID-19, women's financial inclusion, client protection and more.
The Glasgow edition will be focused on microfinance research priorities that are aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to shape and create the post-pandemic microfinance research agenda.
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.