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Including Labor in our Systems View of Markets and Poverty >

by on Jul 30, 2014  |  posted in Enterprise Development, Value Chain  |  0 Comments

View & Download Presentation Here Labor markets—and the diversity and quality of jobs that are available—play a critically important role in the resilience of extremely poor households and their long-term pathway out of poverty. Through its …

Expanding Youth Financial Services: Differentiated Products or Differentiated Marketing? >

Providing young people with financial services in tandem with complementary non-financial services (such as financial education and skills training) comes with well-documented benefits. More financial services providers (FSPs) are now focusing on including this largely …

Entrepreneurs Wanted: Bringing Together Push and Pull >

by on Jul 28, 2014  |  posted in Annual Conference  |  2 Comments

Smallholder farmers are transforming agricultural markets. However, integrating them into markets remains challenging. Push/pull approaches suggest two main strategies: One, build up producer capacities, based on market requirements; and two, facilitate the entry of ‘lead …

Cultivating Transparency in Uganda’s Microfinance Industry >

by on Jul 23, 2014  |  posted in Association Services, Responsible Finance  |  1 Comment

Lire l'article en français The Association of Microfinance Institutions of Uganda (AMFIU) has developed and promoted a pair of tools for the Ugandan microfinance industry: the Performance Monitoring Tool (PMT) and Performance Monitoring System (PMS). Together, …

Improving Food Security through Inclusive Markets >

by on Jul 23, 2014  |  posted in Ultra Poor, Value Chain  |  0 Comments

This webinar was hosted by SEEP's Strengthening the Economic Potential of the Ultra Poor (STEP UP) working group. This second webinar in the "Towards Resilient Livelihoods for Very Poor Households" series presented learnings from Nobo Jibon, …

Taking Gender Integration Further: Giving Women the Skills They Need to Compete in Markets >

by on Jul 22, 2014  |  posted in Annual Conference  |  4 Comments

In some ways, applying a gender approach to a market-oriented activity is contradictory. You want your beneficiaries to make decisions based on sound business principles while also increasing women’s participation. But the reality is that …

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