Nsri2012.trf.sem.ylse van der schoot oikocredit

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Nsri2012.trf.sem.ylse van der schoot oikocredit

  1. 1. Rotary - Oikocredit Strategic PartnershipYlse van der Schoot, Director Investor RelationsAmsterdam, 9 November 2012
  2. 2. Oikocredit credit and equity to small businesses through microfinance institutions and directly to trade cooperatives, fair trade organizations small to-medium sized enterprises (SMEs)
  3. 3. Funding to partners in close to 70 countriesSince 1975 ↓595 members ↓45,000 investors ↓More than € 500 M ↓Almost 900 partners ↓26 million people
  4. 4. Oikocredit’s 5 key secrets to success •  Maximize social impact •  Focus on the long term •  Trust local knowledge •  Invest with caution •  In spirit of cooperation
  5. 5. Strategic partners: Rotary - Oikocredit•  Respond to real economic development needs of local communities•  Several microfinance partners with community programs identified each year•  Start with microfinance partners in India, the Philippines and Uruguay•  Local Rotary clubs in Future Vision districts will apply for a packaged global grantTogether with local Rotary clubs, the microfinance partners ofOikocredit become even bigger stakeholders in meeting needs ofmembers of their communities
  6. 6. ASKI – Philippines, Luzon island •  > 70.000 clients, small entrepreneurs such as farmers, tricycle drivers, vendors and fisher folks •  Oikocredit partner since 2002 •  5 loans (3 fully repaid) for expansion •  Certified in measuring client poverty levels with the Progress out of Poverty Index (PPI)
  7. 7. Capacity buildingRotary grant of Php 2.1 M ≈€ 40.000Assist 160 women and out-of-school-youth by providingthem knowledge and skills fordifferent livelihood trainingsessionsPromoting unity, cooperation,shared leadership, andresponsibility amongmembers and the community
  8. 8. Livelihood trainingEnsure timely and effectivedesigning, planning,implementation, monitoringand evaluation of:• Community Organizationand Training• Community DevelopmentProjects Implementation• Expansion to new potentialareas• Project Assessment andDocumentations
  9. 9. Opportunities • Common objectives, worldwide presence • Packaged grants • Collaboration local Rotary clubs – local Oikocredit offices • Invest in Oikocredit, invest in people www.oikocredit.org www.rotary.org

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