Tanzania Sanitation Microfinance_workshop objectives

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This presentation was given on the 3rd of Decembre at WaterAid offices in Dar Es Salaam during a workshop on microfinance for sanitation

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  • Generating interest: this is this workshop’s objectives! There remains however grey areas that the current proposed project should help clarify/understand
  • SHARE is a research
  • Should say what is SHARE: research consortium funded by DFID (UK)
  • Tanzania Sanitation Microfinance_workshop objectives

    1. 1. 1 DEVELOPING SANITATION MICROFINANCE IN TANZANIA 3RD DECEMBER 2013 WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES
    2. 2. Project objectives 2 Create the right conditions for the development of sanitation microfinance in Tanzania:  Help identify demand from households and entrepreneurs for access to finance for sanitation  Generate interest from MFIs, banks and NGOs to offer sanitation microfinance products and support them for their development and roll-out  Generate interest from public institutions so that sanitation microfinance is adopted as part of a national financing policy for extending access to sanitation
    3. 3. Brief project overview 3  One-year action-research funded by SHARE and WaterAid  Goal is to improve the capacity of NGOs and financial institutions to provide sanitation microfinance to households, CBOs or small enterprises Provide technical assistance in pilot testing sanitation microfinance products Disseminate lessons learned to a wide audience in Tanzania and beyond  
    4. 4. Project partners 4      SHARE (UK) – research consortium funded by DFID WaterAid – country anchor for this research programme Trémolet Consulting (UK) – lead researcher, water and sanitation financing specialists MicroSave (Kenya) – consultancy specialised in training and product development for MFIs, banks and NGOs Up to four MFIs/banks/NGOs in Tanzania (to be identified)
    5. 5. Workshop objectives 5    Bring together interested actors of the sector and financial institutions to share knowledge and experiences on sanitation microfinance Initiate the creation of a Sanitation and Hygiene Working Group Identify MFIs and NGOs looking to take part in microfinance product development training
    6. 6. Agenda 6 AM Session  Presentation on the state of knowledge of sanitation microfinance  How can product development support the supply of microfinance products for sanitation?  Overview of specific research activities that will take place under this project (training, pilot testing) PM Session  Group sessions with institutions interested in obtaining support from the project on how they
    7. 7. 7 Thank you

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