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Tapping the Reservoir: Assessing the Impact of Financial Services for Youth in Morocco >

by on Jun 12, 2013  |  posted in Uncategorized  |  0 Comments

Tapping the Reservoir Assessing the Impact of Financial Services for Youth in Morocco from SEEP Network on Vimeo. On June 12th , 2013, SEEP hosted a discussion on the financial education and loan program impacts from MEDA's YouthInvest (YI) …

Live from Istanbul: Child & Youth Finance International Summit 2013 >

Greetings from the CYFI summit in Istanbul! The SEEP Youth and Financial Services (YaFS) working group members, Rossana Ramirez (Freedom from Hunger) and Nicki Post (MEDA), co-facilitated the meeting “Understanding Youth and their Financial Needs: …

Lessons in Responsible Finance: Learning from the SEEP training in Dakar, Senegal >

This post was written by Bintou Ka-Niang, Director of Association Development for the SEEP Network. Bintou is an international development and microenterprise finance specialist with over 20 years of experience throughout Africa, Europe, and Central …

Social Performance Working Group Asia: SPI Certification by CERISE >

by on Apr 12, 2013  |  posted in Uncategorized  |  0 Comments

In 2012, the Social Performance Working Group (SPWG) Asia came together to build the capacity of member networks on the use of social audits, in particular the Social Performance Indicators (SPI) tool developed by CERISE …

Equipping Development Practitioners to Support Economic Recovery in Crisis Environments >

by on Mar 19, 2013  |  posted in Uncategorized  |  0 Comments

MERS training participants and trainers On February 25 - 28, 2013, SEEP conducted two successful training sessions on the Minimum Economic Recovery Standards, Second Edition. Nine participants representing donors, international and local nonprofit organizations, and development …

Do mobile savings services exclude women? How do savings products affect liquidity? Learning from the Grameen Foundation in India and the Philippines >

by on Mar 14, 2013  |  posted in Savings, Uncategorized  |  0 Comments

More than one-third of the world’s population lack access to financial services, including a savings account. Safe, reliable, and easily accessible savings services are essential to helping the poor out move out of poverty but …

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