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On September 1, 2016, EIFTRI inaugurated its G+5 building at the presence of the vice governor of the National Bank of Ethiopia, His excellency Ato Getahun Nana, Board chairman of AEMFI, Ato Teklewoyni Assefa, General managers of member microfinance institutions, and other partners. The building was built by a close collaboration effort contributed by member […]
The Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions (AEMFI) invites microfinance practitioners, policy makers, researchers, consultants and academicians to submit short abstract of their papers for screening until August 30, 2016.
HOUSEHOLD SAVING BEHAVIOR SURVEY (2012/13 ): with a sample size of 2000 households, the data was collected from rural areas of the Amhara, Tigray, Oromia, SNNP, Afar and Somalie regions and the city administrations of Addis Ababa and Dire Dawa as well as Gondar and Mekelle towns. This survey was funded from own resources. HOUSEHOLD […]
The United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) is focused on building inclusive financial sector in least developed countries under LDC Fund for Savings-led Market Leaders for Inclusive Finance (MicroLead) programme. The 4 year (2011-2015) MicroLead Programme in Ethiopia was approved by Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Government of Ethiopia in May 2011. The programme […]
Value chain finance is basic for the success of a specific value chain. Value chain finance is important in order for businesses to meet their market demand by maintaining, extending their activities or invest in new market alternatives. Value chain finance also contributes to the increased competitiveness of an economic sector by helping an industry […]
The “Making Microfinance Work: Course for Funders” is based on a former CGAP Funders’ course. It is the only microfinance course in the market tailored for donors and investors. It will give you the knowledge, tools, and network to make the right decisions. The course covers the history, trends and the fundamentals of how donors and investors can effectively […]
The United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) is implementing the MicroLead programme in Ethiopia to promote financial access to the poor by building/promoting savings lead market leaders. As a part of the programme, the consortium of BASICS Ltd of India and PAMIGA of France has been providing a series of training programmes to the MFI […]
The Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions (AEMFI) is planning to publish its Micro finance Development Review (MFDR) Volume 11, No.1. The MFDR aims to provide the current developments in the area of micro finance and other related topics in developing countries in general and Ethiopia in particular. Various stakeholders, practitioners, academicians, researchers, consultants and interested […]