Tagged with tracking progress

SEF Moving forward: Plans for a Truelift Achiever

SEF Moving forward: Plans for a Truelift Achiever

In this final post in our series on SEF, we are taking a look at how Truelift Assessment and the Pro-Poor Principles have guided SEF’s priorities moving forward. Speaking again with John de Wit and Esido Mushwana, we will learn how the Truelift Assessment helped SEF make changes in their operations that further encourage positive … Continue reading

About Small Enterprise Foundation (SEF): Truelift Achiever

About Small Enterprise Foundation (SEF): Truelift Achiever

In Manila, Philippines this October the Small Enterprise Foundation (SEF) was honored as a one of the first seven Milestone MFIs recognized by Truelift. Recognized at the Truelift Achiever milestone, SEF received the highest total score of all those assessed by Truelift for their strong model of poverty-focused microfinance in South Africa. Over the next … Continue reading

Call for Tools! Tracking progress of poor people

Call for Tools! Tracking progress of poor people

Do you track progress of people living in poverty? Know someone who does? We need your input! Choose one of the TWO ways below to submit your tool for Tracking Progress of People Living in Poverty – email or the form below. Once you have submitted we will follow-up with you as soon possible. To learn more about … Continue reading

Data quality and the Pro-Poor Principles

Data quality and the Pro-Poor Principles

Pro-Poor Principles series On 15 May 2013 we announced our Pro-Poor Principles in a blog post, found here. In this continuing series of blog posts, we will elaborate on the path that brought us to these Pro-Poor Principles of microfinance. The principles will inform both the learning environment in our community of practice, as well as … Continue reading

Announcing: the Pro-Poor Principles

Announcing: the Pro-Poor Principles

Pro-Poor Principles series We are proud to announce the Pro-Poor Principles! As the culmination of three years of work, the Pro-Poor Principles form the foundation for good practice in reaching and serving poor clients. They also serve as the core of our assessment framework that will help to identify those organizations doing the most to … Continue reading