Promoting Inclusive Markets and Financial Systems
Through SEEP's learning initiatives, its members investigate the most pressing issues in the microenterprise development industry to find effective, replicable solutions. While the entire industry benefits from the work done through SEEP, member organizations enjoy additional benefits.
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Senior Program Coordinator,
Microfinance Centre (MFC)
Kinga Dąbrowska has been working in MFC since September 2011. In MFC Kinga works in Social Performance Management program. Prior to that, she worked in Technical Secretariat for Cross-Border Cooperation Program Poland – Belarus – Ukraine and Pontis Foundation, Slovakia where she was responsible for managing projects related to development assistance, democracy promotion and development education mostly in the Western Balkans and Central and Eastern Europe. She has been also providing trainings and workshops to partner organizations covering topics such as fundraising, strategic and project planning, introduction to corporate social responsibility, cross – sector cooperation between NGOs and business, advocacy campaigning. Over the years she conducted several organizational audits and trainings on board staff relations. Kinga holds a Master’s degree in sociology from Warsaw University.