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SEEP 2012 Annual Conference

SEEP Network

Join us at SEEP 2012 Annual Conference, focused this year on Building Inclusive Markets: Impact Through Financial and Enterprise Solutions. The SEEP conference is the premier practitioner event in the industry, bringing together over 500 professionals representing 250+ organizations from 70 countries. This year, the SEEP Network will host a number of exciting trainings, workshops, and plenary sessions, bringing together the most dynamic and relevant practitioners in the industry. For the first time, SEEP will also host a career fair in microfinance and enterprise development.

Save the Date: Colombia-OECD-World Bank Conference on Financial Education

OECD

We are pleased to inform you that registration is now open for the forthcoming Colombia-OECD-World Bank Conference on Financial Education, which will take place on 31 October and 1 November 2012 at the Hilton Hotel in Cartagena, Colombia.

As Good as it Gets? Getting Policy and Regulation to Work for (not against) Youth Financial Services

UNCDF, GCAP, Central of the Philippines, Child and Youth Finance International

This year, at the Global Youth Economic Opportunities Conference organized by Making Cents International, UN Capital Development Fund (UNCDF), Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP), the Central Bank of Philippines and Child and Youth Finance International (CYFI) are joining forces to share their experiences, insights, and tools for influencing and adapting policies to improve youth access to financial services. 

Unlocking potential through monitoring and evaluation

Genesis Analytics

About the author: Laura Brooks is an analyst working in the developmental economics space at Genesis Analytics, an economics consulting company based in South Africa.

Providing insights from the Financial Education Fund

Call for Resources: AIYD Resource Library

Alliance for International Youth Development

The Alliance for International Youth Development (AIYD) is please to announce the upcoming launch of its brand new website. Available to members and non-members, AIYD wants your reports, policy papers, and guides for youth development to be featured in AIYD’s online Resource Library!

Contact us to share your tools.

Broad and Deep: The Extensive Learning Agenda in YouthSave

Center for Social Development

The Center for Social Development leads the learning agenda for the YouthSave Initiative. YouthSave is designed to increase youth savings and related positive outcomes among low-income young people in developing countries, as well as develop on-going in-country capacities in both youth savings and research. The YouthSave learning agenda aims to produce critical knowledge from multiple perspectives to inform the design of savings products, services, and policies targeted for youth, and at the same time provide insight into asset building among youth and their families.

Resource Type: 
Paper

Innovations for Poverty Action and the Citi Foundation Launch Fund to Create Evidence on Financial Capability

Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) and the Citi Foundation

Innovations for Poverty Action and the Citi Foundation Launch Fund to Create Evidence on Financial Capability

Citi IPA Financial Capability Research Fund

Closing Date:

Oct 19, 2012

Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) and the Citi Foundation invite Expressions of Interest (EOI) submissions from teams of researchers and practitioners to conduct rigorous research on product design, incentives and product-linked financial education interventions aimed at improving the way low- to moderate-income individuals manage their money.  EOI applications are due Friday, October 19, 2012 by 11:59pm Eastern Daylight Time.

Children and Change 2010: Children and Savings

Aflatoun

This report explores the current state of research on the topic of children and savings. It examines the models that Aflatoun promotes to encourage children’s savings and describes – through eight case studies – the best ways in which partners have generated or adapted these models to best serve the children in their program.

Resource Type: 
Report

Children and Change 2011: Children and Enterprise

Aflatoun

This annual report focuses on the theme of enterprise, and attempts to document the different ways that enterprise has been integrated in ten of Aflatoun’s programs. The cases show that enterprise is flexible and not prescriptive, and that it can be adapted to meet organizational needs and demands.

Resource Type: 
Report

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