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  • 1. 1
    First Islamic Microfinance in Pakistan
  • 2. FARZ METHODOLOGY
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  • 3. Vision
    “To bring social change through poverty alleviation
    by improving productivity and capacity of clients and staff”
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  • 4. Mission
    Empowering the poor through innovative products and diverse
    business opportunities, by integrating social performance
    focused microfinance with collaborative community health and
    education partnerships.
    4
  • 5. An Integrated Approach
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  • 6. TARGET MARKET
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  • 7. Product Packages for Each Market
    Lower
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  • 8. Murabaha
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  • 9. MurabahaTarget for One Social Center (Branch)
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    Year 1st
  • 10. Clients Graduation Strategy
    10
  • 11. Identification of Area for Operation
    • To allocate the Area for Social Center (Branch)
    • 12. To allocate the Potential working areas for social center
    • 13. Product need assessment.
    • 14. Potential businesses.
    • 15. Cash flow of different businesses.
    • 16. Size of micro trade.
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  • 17. Staff Hiring
    • Add for staff hiring in local News paper.
    • 18. Collection of CVs as per given date.
    • 19. Short listing of CVs and finalize prospective
    Candidates for interview.
    • Sending calling letters to all selected interviewees.
    • 20. Conduct 1st interview
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  • 21. Capacity Building of Staff
    • To deliver the orientation of FARZ FOUNDATION to
    final candidates for jobs.
    • To deliver three days Step-in-Training to all Selected
    staff.(In house)
    • Islamic banking & finance . Conventional microfinance
    • 22. Farz Methodology
    • 23. Basic Selection criteria of FARZ FOUNDATION
    • 24. Area survey
    • 25. Effective Mobilization skills
    • 26. Clients appraisal training
    • 27. Cluster formation steps
    • 28. Conduct of community meetings
    • 29. Customer relationship management
    • 30. Social performance management
    • 31. Delinquency management
    • 32. Monitoring
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  • 33.
    • Three days on the job training to the staff.
    • 34. Basic Selection criteria of FARZ FOUNDATION
    • 35. Area survey
    • 36. Effective Mobilization skills
    • 37. Clients appraisal training
    • 38. Cluster formation steps
    • 39. Conduct of community meetings
    • 40. Customer relationship management
    • 41. Social performance management
    • 42. Monitoring
    • 43. Islamic banking & finance . Conventional microfinance
    • 44. Farz Methodology
    • 45. Interview and selection for one month internship
    • 46. Selection for 11 month on a contract.
    • 47. After 11 month, contract extension / permanent employee.
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  • 48. Social Center (Branch) Opening
    • Social Center Opening Ceremony
    • 49. Mobilization
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  • 50. Kicking of Operations
    Branch Structure
    Office Boy
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  • 51. Cluster structure
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    Cluster Committee
  • 52. Delivery Process
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  • 53. MOBILIZATION
    • Identification of potential clients within above mention target market.
    • 54. Identification of the potential businesses.
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  • 55. 20
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  • 56. COMMUNITY MEETING
    • What is the eligibility criteria for taking our product
    • 57. Systems and procedures for taking our product.
    • 58. Your and our responsibilities for managing social performance at cluster level.
    • 59. Introduction of program.
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  • 60. HOME SCREENING + Know Your Client & Application Form Filling
    • Verification of Client’s according to the member selection Criteria
    • 61. Information Collection (Home Related)
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  • 65. 26
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  • 66. BUSINESS SCREENING + Know Your Client & Application Form Filling
    • Verification of Client’s Business according to the member selection Criteria
    • 67. Financial Analysis
    • 68. Repayment Capacity
    • 69. Business Information Collection
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  • 71. 29
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  • 72. 30
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  • 73. 31
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  • 74. FINAL FORMATION MEETING Approval of Trade (Murabaha)
    • Briefing to the Clients about Sale, purchase, price, cost, profit, sale agreement, System, Procedures and repayments Schedule
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  • 75. 33
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  • 76. 34
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  • 77. ASSET/STOCK PURCHASING
    • Selection of standardize Venders/Whole Sellers
    • 78. To Purchasing of Asset / Stock as per demand of Client’s Business
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  • 79. 36
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  • 80. SALE AGREEMENT and DELIVERY OF ASSET/STOCK
    • Transparency of Sale Agreement
    • 81. Transfer of Ownership
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  • 82. 38
  • 83. 39
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  • 84. MONITORING & EVALUATION
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  • 85. MONITORING & EVALUATION
    • Daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and six monthly reports system.
    • 86. Field visits of bottom to top Management.
    • 87. Fortnightly Meetings with 100% Clients.
    • 88. Social Performance Management.
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  • 89. 42
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  • 90. 43
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  • 91. Asset Building
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  • 92. Farz Committee
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  • 93. Committee Group
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  • 94. First Islamic Microfinance in Pakistan
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    1st Month of Committee
    1st Total Collection of Committee Pool goes to Farz Foundation
    Share PKR:200
    In Committee Pool
    Farz Foundation as a Member
    Committee Pool and Total Collection= PKR: 2,200
    Farz Foundation as Committee Manager (FF)
    10 Members of Community from One Cluster
    Each Member Share PKR:200 In Committee Pool
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    2nd Month of Committee
    Share PKR:200
    In Committee Pool
    2nd month Total Collection of Committee Pool goes to Committee Group Organizer
    Farz Foundation as 1 Member
    Committee Pool and Total Collection= PKR: 2,200
    Committee Group Organizer
    10 Members of Community from One Cluster
    PKR: 2,200
    PKR: 2,200 +220 in one year
    Members become partner of FF
    Members get PKR: 2,440 after one Year or Monthly PKR:20
    Each Member Share PKR:200 In Committee Pool
    Investment Poolof Farz Foundation (FF & Community are partner in MURABAHA Business)
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    3rd to 11th Month of Committee
    3rd to 11th, every month Total Collection of Committee Pool goes to Committee Members through Lucky Draw
    Share PKR:200
    In Committee Pool
    Farz Foundation as 1 Member
    Committee Pool and Total Collection= PKR: 2,200
    Committee Group Member
    10 Members of Community from One Cluster
    PKR: 2,200 +220 in one year
    PKR: 2,200
    Members get PKR: 2,440 after one Year or Monthly PKR:20
    Members do partnership with FF
    Each Member Share PKR:200 In Committee Pool
    Investment Poolof Farz Foundation (FF & Community are partner in MURABAHA Business)
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  • 98. Health Care
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  • 99. Health Care
    • Organizing Eye care Camps
    • 100. Health Awareness Program
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  • 101. 53
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  • 102. Future Protection Program
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  • 103. Future Protection Program
    • Educational Support to Community children
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  • 104. Entrepreneur Development Program
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  • 105. Clients Capacity Building Strategy
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  • 106. 58
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