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  • Learning Agenda ThemesHIV & micro-insuranceHIV & savings and credit-led approaches => online conference June 29HIV & social protection agenda via cash transfersOrphans and vulnerable children (OVC), HIV and economic strengtheningImproving and updating The SEEP Guidelines (http://communities.seepnetwork.org/hamed/The_SEEP_Guidelines) Planned ActivitiesDevelop creative and innovative ways to encourage the use of the website and its existing resourcesIdentify and document promising practices and lessons learned from the fieldClimbing the Ladders to Promising Practices in Integrated Programming (defining progression of program quality to be profiled in case studies)Development of a webinar for website training and to increase website useSix case studies, three online conferences, three conference reports
  • Learning Agenda ThemesHIV & micro-insuranceHIV & savings and credit-led approaches => online conference June 29HIV & social protection agenda via cash transfersOrphans and vulnerable children (OVC), HIV and economic strengtheningImproving and updating The SEEP Guidelines (http://communities.seepnetwork.org/hamed/The_SEEP_Guidelines) Planned ActivitiesDevelop creative and innovative ways to encourage the use of the website and its existing resourcesIdentify and document promising practices and lessons learned from the fieldClimbing the Ladders to Promising Practices in Integrated Programming (defining progression of program quality to be profiled in case studies)Development of a webinar for website training and to increase website useSix case studies, three online conferences, three conference reports
  • Sub working groupsSubsidies Group (Agricultural Technical Knowledge products and services): Use of subsidies to stimulate supply and/or demandHow alternatives to subsidies have been used to stimulate supply and/or demand(Horizontal and Vertical) Linkages Group: Assessment and mitigation of risks perceived by market stakeholders in the formation of linkages Awareness raising and creation of incentives for the formation of linkages Identification of critical market stakeholders For the Capacity Building (of Facilitators) Group: Who: own staff , partner NGOs, government officials, market actors (including marginalized producers) Note: the WG agreed that market actors of any type can play a facilitation role (e.g., a lead firm organizing a training session for their suppliers; or an intermediary providing price information to a farmer, etc)Planned ActivitiesDevelop best practice guidelines to help facilitators use subsidiesIdentify and analyze case studies involving successful subsidy useBuild a set of principles and guidelines regarding the assessment & mitigation of risks, awareness raising, and creation of incentives for linkage formationConduct an assessment of tools used for market stakeholder identification and linkage facilitationAnalyze cases where community-based market facilitation has been used successfully and unsuccessfully
  • Learning Agenda ThemesFrameworks for defining poverty: Services Not AccessibleServices Not AppropriateServices Not EnoughUtility of poverty tools (PPI, PAT) beyond compliancePlanned ActivitiesDevelop a training module for program design based on results from poverty toolsMonday training session at AC: “Beyond good intentions: designing products that meet the livelihood needs of very poor households and delivery mechanisms that reach them”Q & A: Pros and cons of PAT, PPIA series of tech notes on samplingCoordination and sharing of knowledge with non-SEEP actors in poverty outreachAction research and dialogue about sequencing financial and non-financial services
  • Learning Agenda ThemesReplicating Agents Process of villager replication, with a focus on sustainability. The various organizations to share the learnings derived from their different approaches. The purpose is to understand the different mechanism and focus on evidence from the different organizations. Linkages (at 3 levels) To external sources of capital (productive or negative links). Consider the following questions: Does it work? Under what conditions? What are approaches of different agencies? Linkages among groups. Consider various forms of associations within the groups. Lessons learned, pitfalls, traps, conditions for success.  Linkage between groups and other programs from the implementing agency (microfinance plus) Planned ActivitiesLiterature review to establish a database of practitioner-focused resources (operational studies, impact and evaluation studies, and training materials)Mapping exercise: geographic information displaying where SLWG member organizations are implementing community-based savings-led microfinance programsSubmit workshop proposals to SEEP AC
  • Topic-based, simultaneous discussion spaces conducted in the participants’ own languageStart with English, French, Spanish Topic identified by priorities articulated by membersInternational, bi-lingual facilitator for each language/ topicFacilitators will report on discussions on-going in their space; they will coordinate, find synergies, differences, and/or lessons learned among their discussions to then report back to their group.

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  • Working Groups
    New online workspaces and communities of practice
    Our working groups
  • New online workspaces and communities of practice
  • Communities of Practice
    Financial Services
    Savings-Led Finance
    Improving Organizational Efficiency
    Operationalizing Client Assessment
    FRAME – MIS Tool for MFI Performance Measurement
    Youth & Workforce Development
    Microenterprise & HIV
    Social Performance
    Consumer Protection
    FINANCE
    Financial Reporting Standards
    Metrics for Measuring Network Success
    Financial Performance Monitoring for Microfinance Associations
    Energy Microfinance
    Economic Recovery Standards
    Value Chain Finance
    Poverty Outreach and Assessment
    NETWORKS & ASSOCIATIONS
    ENTERPRISE
    DEVELOPMENT
    Network Development Exchange
    Global Network Summit
    Microfinance Network CapacityAssessment
    Member Feedback Tool
    Policy Advocacy
    Urban Value Chain Development
    Sustainability and Scale-Up
    Market Development
    Market Facilitation
    Social Enterprise
    Global Enterprise Development Network
    Enterprise Development Exchange
  • http://members.seepnetwork.org
    New WG workspaces
    Create your own
    user account
    Extranet homepage
    Log into
    the workspace
  • On your own
    Visit http://members.seepnetwork.org
    Create a user account: a very simple process, you provide your real name and email, create a user name, select your organization from a drop-down menu and a confirmation email will be sent to you
    Once you have received confirmation and logged into the extranet, you will see a list of our working groups and “JOIN HAMED”, etc.
    Click on that link to send a request to staff to add you to a working group.
    With staff help
    Send an email to Jeanne Long (long@seepnetwork.org) with your name, organization, email, and which working group(s) you would like to join
    You may join as many working groups as you would like. Once added, a welcome email will be sent to you with instructions on how to use the workspace, and the facilitator will follow up with an orientation.
    How to join a working group
  • Working Groups
    1. Market Facilitation Initiative (MaFI)2. HIV & AIDS and Microenterprise Development (HAMED) Working Group3. Financial Services Working Group (FSWG)4. Poverty Outreach Working Group (POWG)5. Savings-Led Financial Services Working Group (SLWG)6. Social Performance Working Group (SPWG)
  • Learning Agenda Themes
    HIV & micro-insurance
    HIV & savings and credit-led approaches
    HIV & social protection agenda via cash transfers
    Orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), HIV and economic strengthening
    Improving and updating The SEEP Guidelines (http://communities.seepnetwork.org/hamed/The_SEEP_Guidelines)
    Planned Activities
    Develop creative and innovative ways to encourage the use of the website and its existing resources
    Identify and document promising practices and lessons learned from the field
    “Climbing the Ladder to Integrated Programming” (defining progression of program quality to be profiled in case studies)
    Development of a webinar for website training and to increase website use
    Six case studies, three online conferences, three conference reports
    HAMED
    HIV & AIDS and Microenterprise Development Working Group
    HIV & AIDS and Microenterprise Development
  • Sub working groups
    Subsidies Group (Agricultural Technical Knowledge products and services):
    (Horizontal and Vertical) Linkages Group:
    Capacity Building (of Facilitators) Group:
    Planned Activities
    Analyze cases where community-based market facilitation has been used successfully and unsuccessfully
    Subsidies: develop best practice guidelines; identify and analyze case studies
    Linkage: build a set of principles and guidelines; conduct an assessment of tools
    MaFI
    Market Facilitation Initiative
    Market Facilitation Initiative
  • Learning Agenda Themes
    Reporting standards
    Internal audit toolkit
    Board governance and audit guide
    Reviewing capital and savings ratios for update to Framework
    Planned Activities
    Microfinance Reporting Standards Initiative microLINKS events
    July 15: "New Developments in Reporting Standards for the Microfinance Industry," (in person)
    July 21-23: "Online World-wide Dialogue on Reporting Standards for Microfinance Industry," (virtual)
    June: IFRS discussion board for SEEP MF practitioners: questions and feedback on International Accounting and Financial Reporting Standards (IAS and IFRS) for MFIs
    Promote and disseminate the Internal Audit Toolkit
    FSWG
    Financial Services Working Group
    Financial Services Working Group
  • Learning Agenda Themes
    Frameworks for defining poverty:
    Utility of poverty tools (PPI, PAT) beyond compliance
    Planned Activities
    Develop a training module for program design based on results from poverty tools
    Monday training session at AC: “Beyond good intentions: designing products that meet the livelihood needs of very poor households and delivery mechanisms that reach them”
    Q & A: Pros and cons of PAT, PPI
    A series of tech notes on sampling
    Coordination and sharing of knowledge with non-SEEP actors in poverty outreach
    Poverty Outreach conference in 2010
    POWG
    Poverty Outreach Working Group
    Poverty Outreach Working Group
  • Learning Agenda Theme
    “Bringing a Social Intervention to Market – SEEP Standards for Social Performance”
    Stakeholder engagement strategy
    Indicator review and validation
    Technical standards development
    Planned Activities
    Development of social performance standards for SEEP Network Members
    Ensuring that the practitioner voice is well articulated in the international discussion currently focusing on social performance.
    Play a key role in the Governance Steering Committee of the Social Performance Task Force.
    SPWG
    Social Performance Working Group
    Social Performance Working Group
  • Learning Agenda Themes
    Replicating Agents
    Linkages (at 3 levels) 
    To external sources of capital
    Within groups 
    Between groups and other programs from the implementing agency (microfinance plus)
    Planned Activities
    Literature review => database
    Geographic mapping exercise
    Submit workshop proposals to SEEP AC
    SLWG
    Savings-Led Financial Services Working Group
    Savings-Led Financial Services Working Group
  • Investment readiness
    Energy and the environment
    Other potential learning initiatives …
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    Consumer protection
    Financial Literacy
    ??
    Youth and …
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  • Non-English online workspaces
    • Topic-based
    • Discussion spaces offered in the participants’ own language
    • International, bi-lingual facilitator
    • Share among spaces!
    • Synergies, differences, and/or lessons learned