The Summit is organized by the International Telecommunication Union in partnership with the League of Arab States (LAS),…Continue
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Larry Reed, director of the Microcredit Summit Campaign, published an editorial in the January Newsletter for ACP/EU Microfinance likening the steady growth in the microfinance sector since 1997 to a mighty river. http://mcs2015.org/Jan_editorial
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The Microcredit Summit Campaign seeks four (4) interns for the Winter/Spring semester:
1. One (1) intern to support the “Seal of Excellence for Poverty Outreach and Transformation in Microfinance”, a global initiative led by the Campaign, as well as to assist with administrative tasks, communications, and basic research. See internship description and…Continue
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Social Enterprise Associates (www.socialenterprise.net) is a consulting firm (registered B Corp) providing business oriented ‘triple bottom line’ results – generating financial, social, and environmental returns. We are seeking interns to help social enterprises (non-profit & for-profit) increase their sustainability, scale-up and advance towards success. Click …Continue
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Happy holidays! Check out Social Enterprise Associates' December newsletter to see what social entrepreneurs and communities have leveraged the power of the marketplace for betterment this fall. Get inspired & get to work!
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micro finance becomes easy way to reach at the poor's doorstep, but with time of passage it has been observed that that fund granted to these poor families has not been properly utilised. in number of cases due to lack of proper management & post evaluation of distributed fund, money given to to poor end up in non productive or non generationg income sectors by them.. has there need some rule or guidlines to be followed for future those non productive grpups/people....
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According to Conservation International it states, "... Developing countries are now entering their own " golden era" of investment and construction. While infrastructure for agriculture, cities, energy generation and navigation are expanding rapidly, these countries are largely using planning and design methods that will result in ineffective and ecologically destructive projects due to the emerging and unpredictable climate conditions."
It is predicted that poor investment and…
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Social Enterprise Associates (www.socialenterprise.net) has papers pending for publication, for which we are looking for interested interns who would like to share a publication credit. Graduate students who are familiar with white papers in technology, the triple bottom line, microfinance and/or accounting are best qualified given the topics below. These are different papers which could be done by the same person or different…Continue
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New Imp-Act website puts a “human face” on the social performance management (SPM) movement in microfinance
At the front and…Continue
Added by Katherine Knotts on November 28, 2011 at 9:33am — No Comments
Microfinance Works - For the Rich
By Raquel Martinez…
With honor GAIN is presenting a complete financial self sustain model if you are running an NGO or wants to start NGO. This model makes an NGO just like a business company to generate its resources and can survive without any donor/partner organizations. In our ter, we ask it as a “Social Business”
Salient features of working
Development of social sector is a need of time in Pakistan and it can be done and covered if the persons, institutions and companies have growth and talent can be a part of this system.
We have explained social sector in these lines;
Social and business sectors are same in some respect e.g. both sectors work by finance. Businessmen can get finance by banks, financial institutes or partners by showing their already financial strengths or properties. In social sector,…Continue
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Nature never be bothered super power or poorer - desire absolute Care
Nature Rebellious - Nature never care super power or poorer, never follow any dictation from any Power Holder or Power Seeker. Look at repeated threat from Nature - Australia, Africa, NewZealand, Brazil, Pakistan, Japan, Myanmar, Thailand and…Continue
Added by SM Farid Uddin Akhter on October 1, 2011 at 10:38am — No Comments
On 18th January 2010 Dr. Basheerhamad Shadrach (shaddy) was appointed as the first executive director of the new telecentre.org foundation. On the 3rd of march 2010 telecntre.org turnover took place from the start-up program, housed at the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) in Canada, to an independent, non-profit organization, based in the Philippines as telecntre.org foundation. On the 3rd June 2011 dr. shaddy stepped down.
Yesterday Miguel Raimilla was…Continue
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Now that the slow months of July and August are behind us, lots of exciting things are brewing in the POWG! Please read on and see how you can learn more or get involved.
Some of us have been busy finalizing a synthesis report of the…Continue
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