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Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
Kashf Foundation
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Kashf Foundation

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  • 2. “alleviate poverty by providing quality and cost effective microfinance services to low income households, especially women, in order to enhance their economic role and decision-making capacity.”<br />
  • 3. _core customer<br />urban women<br />_products and services<br />general loans + some social services<br />_financing <br />grants and retained earnings<br />
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  • 5. majority of the population<br />less competition (?)<br />people in need<br />_changing business model<br />_transaction costs<br />_lack of experience<br />_need to partner<br />embedded<br />experience and expertise entrepreneurship potential<br />_competition<br />clientele, products and services<br />
  • 6.  women, urban, entrepreneurial<br /> deeper loan cycles<br /> expansion to other cities<br />
  • 7. _three types of microcredit<br />social impact<br />
  • 8. microcredit as a goal<br />_give out a much money as possible<br />_differences from bank/moneylender?<br />
  • 9. microcredit plus<br />_added on benefits<br />_Kashf – emergency loan facility, team dedicated to social action, impact assessment<br />
  • 10. microcredit as means<br />_fully integrated, holistic <br />_social impact the priority<br />_customer fully as a partner<br />_examples - Grameen?<br />
  • 11.  social impact assessment 2005 - empowerment of women<br /><ul><li>which direction is it going?
  • 12. competition VS social impact
  • 13. partnering with other NGOs</li></li></ul><li>_projected portfolio: $164 million<br />_achieved self-sufficiency<br />_default rate >2%<br />financial sustainability<br />
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  • 16. _building on current business model<br />
  • 17. _commercial capital & private equity<br />
  • 18. <ul><li>parallel savings bank
  • 19. customize it according to the business model
  • 20. utilize bank when moving towards integrated approach</li></li></ul><li>_balancing productivity and personnel service<br />_building a gender balance<br />_ICT deployment to improve operational capacity<br />_trade-offs from commercialization<br />
  • 21. core customer<br />products and services<br />financing<br />
  • 22. core customer<br />_urban women<br />_entrepreneurial seeds<br />_integrated approach<br />_microcredit as means<br />_savings bank<br />products and services<br />financing<br />
  • 23. _Is MFI helpful for the 'poorest of the poor'?<br />_Should all the MIF institutions move towards integrated approach?<br />_Which financing scheme implies less of the mission drift?<br />discussion<br />

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