The Health and Microfinance Alliance, led by the Microcredit Summit Campaign and Freedom from Hunger, provides access to an international team of microfinance, health, and development practitioners as well as researchers and policymakers who are working with microfinance organizations around the world to implement and test innovative approaches to address poverty. Join today: contact Sabina Rogers (rogers[at]microcreditsummit[dot]org)
Through our blog, 100 Million Ideas, the Campaign documents and discusses the latest activities in the microfinance field. We hope to encourage the adoption of best practices that have a positive, measurable impact on people’s lives, as well as the use of poverty measurement tools to record the depth of the industry’s outreach and the pace of progress. And, finally, we seek to foster long-term behavior change throughout the industry in favor of better protections for poor clients, improved social performance management, and assurance that the poorest and most vulnerable are being reached and helped to climb out of poverty.
We also feature guest posts from organizations leading the fight to end extreme poverty through their Campaign Commitment. Make your Commitment and add your voice to the 100 Million Ideas to help end extreme poverty.
Featuring organizations that have made a Campaign Commitment, these online learning events seek to broaden understanding about leading interventions that are doing the most in the movement to help 100 million families lift themselves out of extreme poverty. Join us for our next webinar (learn more here) or check out the resources from past e-workshops.
Are you inspired now to take action to reduce vulnerability or play your part in the fight to end extreme poverty? Make a Campaign Commitment and become eligible to lead or participate in one of our e-workshops where you can share how your innovative approach is contributing to the movement to help 100 million families lift themselves out of extreme poverty. (Make a Commitment)
Join our next webinar (learn more here) or check out the resources from past e-learning events.