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Short Diagnostic of the Women Business       Associations in South Asia              - overview -   Camelia Bulat, CIPE Re...
CIPE Diagnostics• Gather basic information about the organizations;• Assess organizational capacity and ability to serve m...
TOPICS• Information about the organization• Organizational capacity:   – Strategy: mission, vision, objectives,     goals ...
Basic information• All associations included in  the survey have an office,  phone numbers, emails  and website.• Establis...
Strategy / Mission / Vision / Goals• All organizations have mission  statements, visions, goals and  objectives;• Key word...
Governance• Registered, formal organizations• Articles of incorporations, written  policy and procedures, codes of  conduc...
Membership• Small => large membership  base;• Women in business,  entrepreneurs, managers,  professional policy makers;• D...
Programs and Services• Various programs  dedicated to women  development, training,  entrepreneurship, fairs,  exhibitions...
Finance• Dues;• Donors;• Sponsors• Board support
Advocacy• Identify challenges;• Advocacy activities;• Emphasis on access to  finance;• Partnerships with public  authoriti...
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  1. 1. Short Diagnostic of the Women Business Associations in South Asia - overview - Camelia Bulat, CIPE Representative February 2nd, 2013 Copyright © 2012 by the Center for International Private Enterprise. All rights reserved
  2. 2. CIPE Diagnostics• Gather basic information about the organizations;• Assess organizational capacity and ability to serve members needs;• Assess role of the organization in advocacy;• Assess women business associations from: – India, – Sri Lanka, – Nepal, – Bhutan – Pakistan
  3. 3. TOPICS• Information about the organization• Organizational capacity: – Strategy: mission, vision, objectives, goals – Governance – Board, Management and Staff – Membership – Programs and Services – Finance – Advocacy
  4. 4. Basic information• All associations included in the survey have an office, phone numbers, emails and website.• Establishment: – rather new organizations; – After 1983• Type: women chambers, women associations, federations
  5. 5. Strategy / Mission / Vision / Goals• All organizations have mission statements, visions, goals and objectives;• Key words from the mission and vision statements: – equitable society, – empower women entrepreneurs, – enhance the status of women, – develop and promote women entrepreneurship – develop successful models – advance the interests of business women.
  6. 6. Governance• Registered, formal organizations• Articles of incorporations, written policy and procedures, codes of conduct• Boards of Directors: Volunteers• Diverse board size: 4 , 9, 15, 19• Good practice: terms in serving on the Board• Board renewal: yes/ no• Executive team / staff
  7. 7. Membership• Small => large membership base;• Women in business, entrepreneurs, managers, professional policy makers;• Different membership categories: organizations, associate, individual entrepreneurs, life membership;• Feed-back, benefits, value to membership
  8. 8. Programs and Services• Various programs dedicated to women development, training, entrepreneurship, fairs, exhibitions, networking, etc;• Strong partnerships with international organizations
  9. 9. Finance• Dues;• Donors;• Sponsors• Board support
  10. 10. Advocacy• Identify challenges;• Advocacy activities;• Emphasis on access to finance;• Partnerships with public authorities;• Good communicators.
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