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Live Q&A with Lisa Kuhn Fraioli of the Gender Working Group >

by on Jun 14, 2012  |  posted in Association Services  |  14 Comments

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fq8SQajC_-U Please continue to post comments below, Lisa will be checking in to answer additional questions! This event couldn’t be possible without your involvement, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn valuable information about gender …

A conversation on financial inclusion in Africa with Audrey Linthorst and Scott Gaul >

by on Nov 18, 2011  |  posted in Microfinance  |  1 Comment

The SEEP Network and MIX Present A Conversation on Financial Inclusion in Africa with Audrey Linthorst and Scott Gaul Have you heard about this report? Has it been relevant to your work? Would you like a chance to discuss …

A tweet deal: Highlights from the Making Cents conference >

by on Sep 16, 2011  |  posted in Youth  |  0 Comments

Hundreds of live tweets poured in last week from Making Cents International's three-day Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference, covering everything from the 17-year old who invented Skype to how MTV can foster positive social change (maybe). …

Floods and financial crises: What is a network’s role in risk management? >

by on Sep 9, 2011  |  posted in Microfinance, Post-Disaster  |  0 Comments

Image by IRIN Photos From natural disasters to political upheaval, a number of threats can put microfinance institutions (MFIs) and their clients in jeopardy. As a result, microfinance networks increasingly need the ability to take fast, …

After the storm: How disaster relief workers can boost economic recovery >

by on Aug 24, 2011  |  posted in Post-Disaster  |  0 Comments

After the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2005, many organizations promoted cash-for-work programs in an effort to inject cash into the economy and help households meet basic livelihood needs. Unintentionally, many of the cash-for-work programs provided …

Bridging the gap: PLP seeks to bring financial services to youth >

by on Aug 16, 2011  |  posted in Savings, Youth  |  1 Comment

Originally posted in the July SEEP Monthly Networker: For a week in May, representatives from four SEEP partner organizations assembled in El Salvador to collaborate on creating learning products that will share knowledge on extending financial services …

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