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2011 SEEP Annual Conference Presentations

These presentations are in PDF format but were originally PowerPoint presentations. See the conference agenda for more information on the sessions.


Track 1: Savings Groups

Savings Groups: Temporary Stepping Stones to Formal Finance? (Coming Soon)
Adding Development Activities to Savings Groups: Perspectives from the G.O.D.s
Lessons from the Integration of Market-Oriented Programming and Savings Groups
     Presentation 1 (Ben Fowler Consulting, Inc)
     Presentation 2 (CARE)
     Presentation 3 (Catholic Relief Services)
Micro Insurance for Savings Groups

Track 2: Formal Savings

The Elephant in the Room: Can We Build a Case for Microsavings?
Achieving Microsavings Success through Operational and Organizational Change
Financial Access at Birth (FAB): Can Financial Citizenship Start One Baby at a Time?
Formal and Informal Savings for Youth: Contextualizing an Appropriate Response

Track 3: Frontiers in Financial Services

The Future of Microfinance in the New Era of Technology-Enabled Alternative Delivery Channels
     Presentation 1 (PMN)
     Presentation 2 (SBI)
     Presentation 3 (SBI)
Microinsurance: Delivery Channels and Partnerships
     Presentation 1 (MicroEnsure) The video Richard Leftley presented at the workshop, "Distributing  Microinsurance", is available here.
     Presentation 2 (RFR)
Presentation 3 (Denis Garand & Associates)
Financial Education for Youth: From Start-up to Scale-up
     Presentation 1 (MFO)
     Presentation 2 (SEEP)
Presentation 3 (XacBank)
Audit and Governance - Use of Board of Directors' Internal Audit Guide (IAG)

Track 4: Vulnerable Populations

Why a Rising Tide Won't Lift All Boats: Understanding the Different Needs of the Extreme Poor to Develop Effective Graduation Programs
Reaching Vulnerable Households Through Value Chain Development
     Presentation 1 (PSNP Plus)
     Presentation 2 (World Vision)
Integrating Microfinance & Livelihoods: Plus Models that Make Business Sense                                                      Savings-Linked Conditional Cash Transfers in Latin America

Track 5: Enterprise and Market Development Systems

Understanding, Influencing and Responding to Private Sector Motivations for Pro-Poor Impact in Bangladesh and East Africa
"Lock and Load" without the "Crash and Burn": Using Systems to Find the Most Effective Entry Points into a Value Chain
     Presentation 1 (Sound Systems Consulting)
     Presentation 2 (Practical Action)
Market System Facilitators Engaging with Corporates - Opportunities and Risks
     Presentation 1 (CARE)
     Presentation 2 (Practical Action)
     Presentation 3 (Sustainable Food Lab)
Models for Reaching Vulnerable Populations in Market Development Projects (coming soon)

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