MICROFACT WORKSHOP ON PERFORMANCE EVALUATION April 26-28, 2017

AEMFI in collaboration with ADA microfinance (Luxembourg) has organized a three day workshop on  ‘Financial and Social Performance Indicators for MFIs. The workshop will be facilitated by Microfact, initiative of ADA (Luxembourg) and BRS (Belgium).

ADA and BRS share a common interest and purpose of increasing access to financial services through the provision of quality microfinance services. It recognizes the greater need to propagate, strengthen and enhance the availability of microfinance services.

The general objective of the workshop is to give MFIs a better insight in the actual financial and social situation of their own organization and their position in the market of microfinance. This peer-to-peer learning workshop will give better insights on the financial performance. Specific attention will be given to the communication about the financial performance with all stakeholders of an MFI (clients, staff, board, investors,etc).

The 3 day workshop includes:

  • Analyzing performance in microfinance – the microfinance key performance indicators in the following areas: Portfolio Quality, Efficiency and Productivity, Financial Management, Profitability and sustainability and Social Performance
  • Enhance the skills and capacity of management in interpreting ratios, analyzing financial trends, positioning themselves within the industry (benchmarks) and identifying key areas of risk to mitigate
  • Promotion of the exchange of knowledge and experience among participating MFIs
  • How to use the MFI Fact sheet tool in your day-to-day management and in your communication with the stakeholders

 

Call for paper: Microfinance Development Review

The Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions (AEMFI) is planning to publish its Microfinance Development Review (MFDR) Volume 12, No.1. The MFDR aims to provide the current developments in the area of microfinance and other related topics in developing countries in general and Ethiopia in particular.

Various stakeholders, practitioners, academicians, researchers, consultants and interested delegates have previously participated in contributing their experiences and views for the Development Review. Currently, AEMFI is looking for interested individuals who would like to participate in the Development Review by providing an article on microfinance related issues. Hence, the Association invites you to submit an article not more than twenty five pages for screening until April 30, 2017. For any queries you might have, please contact us via our phones (+251-115572202,+251-115572170 or+251-118960665) or our email at aemfiet@gmail.com.

Note: Modest honorarium will be paid for delegates after publication of their Articles took place.