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Promoting Sustainable, Market-based Microfinance: Viet Nam Case Study and Lessons Learned for APEC Economies

Promoting Sustainable, Market-based Microfinance: Viet Nam Case Study and Lessons Learned for APEC Economies

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#211-SO-01.4
YEAR
2011
PUBLISHED DATE
January 2011
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Reports
PAGES
26
ACCESSED
16713

 

Individual Files

1. Introduction

2. Recommendations
 
3. Lessons Learned
 
4. Discussion Questions



Description

This report is part of an APEC program to showcase best practices in microfinance. It aims to identify how microfinance is used in Viet Nam, an APEC economy, and the steps that Viet Nam can take to make microfinance for the poor commercially viable. It also aims to inform discussion among policymakers and practitioners of microfinance throughout the APEC region about best practices in market-based models in microfinance targeting the underserved, including women entrepreneurs.
 
The PPWE was established at the second Senior Officials’ Meeting (SOM2) in May 2011 held at Big Sky, Montana, the United States. It combined the former APEC Gender Focal Point Network (GFPN) and the private sector-oriented Women’s Leadership Network (WLN) - creating a single public-private entity to streamline and elevate the influence of women’s issues within APEC.




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INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

1. Introduction

2. Recommendations
 
3. Lessons Learned
 
4. Discussion Questions


DESCRIPTIONS

Description

This report is part of an APEC program to showcase best practices in microfinance. It aims to identify how microfinance is used in Viet Nam, an APEC economy, and the steps that Viet Nam can take to make microfinance for the poor commercially viable. It also aims to inform discussion among policymakers and practitioners of microfinance throughout the APEC region about best practices in market-based models in microfinance targeting the underserved, including women entrepreneurs.
 
The PPWE was established at the second Senior Officials’ Meeting (SOM2) in May 2011 held at Big Sky, Montana, the United States. It combined the former APEC Gender Focal Point Network (GFPN) and the private sector-oriented Women’s Leadership Network (WLN) - creating a single public-private entity to streamline and elevate the influence of women’s issues within APEC.

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File size: 181.10KB