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The Evidence-Based Story of Savings Groups: A Synthesis of Seven Randomized Control Trials
Rapid growth of savings groups globally raises a number of questions about how well these groups are serving their members and acting as an effective development intervention overall.This paper surveys the results from seven recent, prominent RCT evaluations of SGs in seven countries. … Read More ›
Understanding Youth and their Financial Needs
The Understanding Youth and their Financial Needs publication provides deep insights into the financial decision making behaviors of youth (e.g., spending, saving, and borrowing) at three different levels—the client level, market segmentation level, and institutional level—and shows how these behaviors can inform the design of financial and education support services.… Read More ›
Savings Groups at the Frontier
Savings Groups at the Frontier explores the issues that will shape the future of Savings Groups. What are the costs, required inputs, and anticipated outreach of these groups? How does replication take place? How sustainable are the groups? Is it feasible to integrate financial and non-financial services? … Read More ›
Minimum Economic Recovery Standards
The Minimum Economic Recovery Standards articulate the minimum level of technical and other assistance to be provided in promoting the recovery of economies and livelihoods affected by crisis.… Read More ›
Effective Codes of Conduct: A Guide for Microfinance Associations
The objectives of this guide are to assist microfinance associations in the development and implementation of effective Codes of Conduct (CoCs) and to support monitoring of their members’ compliance with the CoC. This guide outlines a practical and cost-effective seven-step process that an association can follow to put in place and maintain an effective CoC.… Read More ›
Un Code de conduite efficace : Guide pour les associations de microfinance
L'objectif de ce guide est d'aider les associations de microfinance à développer et appliquer leur Code de conduite (CdC) de façon efficace et à soutenir le suivi de la conformité de leurs membres au CdC. Ce guide met en évidence un processus pratique et au coût raisonnable en sept étapes que les associations peuvent suivre pour développer et mettre en oeuvre un CdC efficace.… Read More ›
Sept étapes pour un Code de Conduite efficace
Ce documente est une représentation graphique de les sept étapes pour un Code de Conduite efficace, tel que décrit dans le guide «Un code de conduite efficace : Guide pour les associations de microfinance».… Read More ›
Seven Steps to an Effective Code of Conduct (Poster)
This poster infographic depicts the seven steps to an effective Code of Conduct outlined in SEEP's "Effective Codes of Conduct: A Guide for Microfinance Associations."… Read More ›
Bilan de la pratique : Protection des clients dans le secteur de la microfinance au Rwanda
Par le biais du programme de Finance Responsable par le biais du leadership local (RFLL), le Réseau SEEP travaille avec sept associations de microfinance en Afrique sub-saharienne (au Bénin, au Burkina Faso, en Côte d’Ivoire, au Ghana, au Rwanda, au Sénégal et en Ouganda) pour promouvoir la microfinance responsable.

Cette publication fait partie d’une série de rapports sur l’État de la pratique dans les sept pays du programme RFLL. La série cherche à souligner les points forts et domaines prioritaires pour l’amélioration de la protection des clients dans chacun des pays et à orienter les efforts techniques et de plaidoyer des parties prenantes du secteur dans ce domaine.… Read More ›
Credit Information Sharing in Ghana: A Case for Industry Coordination to Promote Responsible Finance
Under the Responsible Finance through Local Leadership (RFLL) program, lack of credit information sharing was identified as one of the key constraints to a more responsible microfinance sector in Ghana. In an effort to better understand this issue, the Ghana Microfinance Institutions Network (GHAMFIN), with support from the SEEP Network, examined existing practices in use by its members and the constraints and opportunities for enhanced reporting to existing credit bureaus, and launched a multi-stakeholder dialogue around greater credit information sharing in Ghana.… Read More ›
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