Practice Notes

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2017-04-01
15:02
In order to know whether they are achieving their social goals and how to manage for social performance microfinance institutions (MFIs) need to find out: 1) Who uses the [...]
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2017-04-01
15:06
Indicators are criteria or measures against which changes can be assessed. Microfinance institutions (MFIs) need to use a variety of financial and social indicators, to [...]
2005 | Report |

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2017-04-01
14:25
Microfinance organisations (MFOs) collect various types of information from their clients. However, it is often the case that this information is not used effectively to [...]
2003 | Report |

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2017-04-01
09:03
Most microfinance institutions (MFIs) have a social mission. They may aim to reduce poverty, to reach people excluded from financial services, to empower women or to pro [...]
2005 | Report |

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2017-04-01
09:33
Most microfinance institutions (MFIs) have a social mission. They may seek to reduce poverty, to reach people excluded from financial services, to empower women or to pr [...]
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2017-04-01
14:49
This Practice Note discusses how microfinance institutions (MFIs) can cost-effectively monitor and improve their social performance. By monitoring, we refer to regular, [...]
2005 | Report |

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2017-04-01
15:07
Impact assessment surveys are questionnaire-based surveys that allow microfinance institutions (MFIs) to produce statistically valid information on the changes occurring [...]
2004 | Report |

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2017-04-01
15:05
QUIP (Qualitative in-depth individual impact assessment protocol) is a practical method to help managers of microfinance institutions (MFIs) better understand their clien [...]
2004 | Report |

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2017-04-01
15:08
All microfinance institutions (MFIs) have clients who decide to leave their programme. Clients may leave for positive reasons – for example they might have outgrown the [...]
2004 | Report |

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