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The journey of a microfinance veteran: BRAC’s Md. ShahidUllah

How does one sum up half a lifetime of work to promote financial inclusion for the poor? A career that...

Winner of the #MoMF17 Best Microfinance Video is…

Congratulations FINCA! You will receive $100 from the SEEP Network. In addition, you will receive one free registration for the SEEP Network’s annual conference (valued at over...

An Agent Entry Model for Digital Financial Services

In February, 2014 Liberia’s Trust Savings and Credit Union (TSCU) had been open less than a year and had fewer...

Q & A WITH THE FOUNDER OF ZIDISHA – Part 2

Julia Kurnia is the founder of Zidisha, the first online community to enable direct person-to-person lending to entrepreneurs in developing countries without local intermediary...

Making Microinsurance Work in Bangladesh: Three Takeaways

The market for microinsurance in Bangladesh has been growing rapidly over the last 10 years, with over 25 million subscribers....

Is Microcredit a Vaccine or an Antibiotic?

I believe there’s a strong case for social investment in microcredit, but that the best case is built on new...

We’re Not A F%$&@*! Charity :)

Let’s make sure one thing is super clear: Seeds is not a charity. We’re not a charity, we’re not a...

The Hidden Impact of Microcredit: Three Under-recognized Ways the Industry Can Help Emerging Markets

In my last post, I argued that there is a case for social investment in microcredit under the status quo,...

Reflections on starting microfinance in a new country: BRAC’s journey in Myanmar

In 2014 BRAC launched its microfinance operations in Myanmar – one of the last countries in the world to open...

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