2 edition of Report on the National Conference on Microfinance for the Poor in Lao PDR found in the catalog.
Report on the National Conference on Microfinance for the Poor in Lao PDR
National Conference on Microfinance for the Poor in Lao PDR (2005 Viangchan, Laos)
|Other titles||Microfinance for the poor in Lao PDR, Bot lāingān Kō̜ngpasum Ladap Sāt Kanngœn Chunlaphāk Samlap Phūthukyāk nai Sō̜. Pō̜. Pō̜. Lāo|
|Statement||[compiled by] Lao People"s Democratic Republic, Committee for Planning and Investment, National Economic Research Institute, Microfinance Capacity Building and Research Programme ; jointly organised by Development Research Division, National Economic Research Institute [and] Microfinance Unit, Bank and Financial Institution Supervision Department ; sponsored by Concern Worldwide, Lao PDR.|
|Contributions||Microfinance Capacity Building and Research Programme (Laos), Sathāban Khonkhwā Sētthakit hǣng Sāt (Laos). Development Research Division., Laos. Bank and Financial Institution Supervision Dept. Microfinance Unit., Concern (Organization)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||2007442509|
Microinsurance: Demand and Market Prospects – Lao PDR Allianz AG Allianz AG Group is one of the largest financial services providers in the world, with specialists in the fields of property and casualty insurance, life and health insurance, asset management and banking. The report “Microfinance in the Lao PDR ” counted a total of 4, village funds, village development funds or village banks throughout the country. Little is known about the quality of operations of these funds. The Village Bank Operational Handbook sets standards for the organisation and processes to.
The Lao People's Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) has recently embarked on a major program to reform its rural finance system. Until recently, the Government's policy to deliver rural financial services was focused on channeling directed, subsidized credit through the state-owned Agriculture Promotion Bank. The material presented in this report is based upon comprehensive case studies as well as national analytical work performed in each country. This second phase of the PEN study is designed to address several of the unsolved issues faced by the first phase and within the existing PEN literature on Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam.
WOMEN'S FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN THE MEKONG REGION uncTAd United Nations Conference On Trade And Development 2. financial services - savings, credit, insurance, and Executive Director Microfinance Association, Lao PDR Ye Wint Htoo, General Manager MPSS, Myanmar Myint Hein Htay MPT, Myanmar. This is a draft edition of the Poverty Environment Nexus (PEN) report for Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam. The purpose of this conference edition is to present the findings from the studies that have been undertaken in each country over the last three years as well as to obtain relevant comments and feedback from the conference participants that could be included in the final edition of the report.
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National Conference on Microfinance for the Poor in Lao PDR Topics covered included: • Microfinance Regulations: Establishment, Operation and Supervision of MFIs in Lao PDR. • The results of the Study on ‘Poverty Measurement of Current Microfinance Clients’.
Report on the National Conference on Microfinance for the Poor in Lao PDR The National Conference on Microfinance for the Poor in Lao PDR was held on the 22nd and 23rd of December Organized by the Microfinance Capacity Building & Research Project, the conference served as a platform to share experiences, establish common goals and positions concerning the Microfinance sector.
Annual Microfinance Stakeholder Forum /14 guidance to 2-yearly report ‘Microfinance in Lao PDR’ Access to Finance for the Poor (AFP) Bank of the Lao PDR Ban Xieng Yeun, Yonnet Road, Vientiane Capital Lao PDR P.O. Box: T + 21 F + 21 E @ UNDP/UNCDF, National Survey on Rural Microfinance, Lao PDR -Progress Report.
Vientiane: NSC - Basic Statistics about the Socio-Economic Development in the Lao PDR. GIZ supports rural microfinance in six of the poorest districts, namely in Phouvong and Sanxi (Attapeu), Nalae (Luang Namtha), Xienghon and Saisathan (Sayaboury) and Vilabouli (Savannakhet). Furthermore it serves four of the districts classified as poor, namely Hongsa, Ngeun and Khop (Sayaboury) and Xaisettha (Attapeu).
6 The amount of loan outstanding was at the end ofaccording to ACELEDA annual report The number of borrowing customers was reported as 81, as of the end ofaccording to In Channy (). 7 Sources: see section of Lao PDR in bibliography. Cull drew on new data from the Microfinance Information eXchange (MIX), which is supported by the World Bank through the work of the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor, to provide an overview of how different microfinance providers operate in the market.
MIX is the largest industry data source on the finances of microfinance institutions. Microfinance is the supply of loans, savings & others basic financial services to the poor. Microfinance become an economic development tools through the provision of various financial services. Lao PDR in agriculture and agribusiness reflects some limitations on the access to credit through NDTMFI Non-Deposit-Taking Microfinance Institution NPEP National Poverty Eradication Plan PMO Prime Minister’s Office Value Chain Financing in Agriculture: Condition, Strategies and Practices of Lao PDR.
Does microfinance reduce poverty in Lao PDR. Does microfinance reduce poverty in Lao PDR. Sayvaya, Inpaeng ; Kyophilavong, Phouphet Purpose – The purpose of this study is to examine whether the village development fund (VDF) program reduces poverty in terms of income and expenditure.
Design/methodology/approach – The authors use cross-sectional data that. Impact Of Islamic Microfinance On Poverty: A Case Study Of Pakistan have significant impacts on poverty reduction strategy of Lao PDR. Originality/value – It is the first study to.
practices on developing financial education and consumer protection in supporting financial inclusion in Lao PDR and other Southeast Asian countries.
The event will offer an opportunity to: Present and discuss the development of financial education and financial consumer protection frameworks in the Lao PDR. times larger than actual borrowing for the average rural household; for poor rural households, it is 40 times larger.
This study is based on a national survey of nearly 1, rural households, as well as all commercial banks and known microfinance initiatives in It attempts to provide a comprehensive overview of rural finance in the Lao.
Context. The Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR) is categorised by the United Nations as one of the world’s least developed countries.
More than two-thirds of its 7 million citizens live in rural areas and have only limited access to basic financial services, education and markets. An account of the workshop which convened from 26 to 27 January in Vientiane, Lao People's Democratic Republic and brought together 61 rural youth from 18 provinces in the country to discuss the needs, constraints and challenges confronting young people.
Youth make up a large proportion of populations in Asia and the Pacific region, many of whom live in poor, rural areas and lack adequate.
the Government of Lao PDR’s work to ensure all Lao citizens have enough to eat (SDG 1), and are eating well (SDG 2). Nutrition, and the urgent tackling of Lao PDR’s high malnutrition rates, is a priority action point with European Partners united in strengthening government progress to reduce child-stunting rates (SDG 3).
Education and. Poverty Alleviation: CSR Approaches by Multinational Corporations in Lao PDR and Thailand Conference Paper (PDF Available) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'. This Report has been prepared to provide technical support for Lao PDR’s SDG localization, monitoring and reporting, including for Lao PDR’s Voluntary National Review (VNR) inwhich will.
Poverty Alleviation: Corporate Social Responsibility Approaches by Multinational Corporations in Lao PDR and Thailand Article (PDF Available) March with 5, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Book of Abstracts DEAP Title: The Determinants of Efficiency in Manufacturing Industries in Lao PDR Bounmy Inthakesone Facultyof Economics and Business Management, National University of Laos, Lao People's Democratic Republic Sisomphet Khanopheth.
The Nam Theun 2 is a MW hydropower plant on Nam Theun river in Lao PDR. 95% of the power produced by the plant is exported to Thailand and the rest are consumed locally. Revenues from the power plant are used by the government of Lao PDR to help reduce poverty in the country.
Photo: ADB.World Education Laos celebrated our 25th anniversary in Lao PDR on September 15th, ! Over the past 25 years, we have worked hard in support of our mission to engage and empower Lao communities, families, and individuals through programs in education, health, mine action, and economic development.Rural Finance and Microfinance Development 2 With the abovementioned view, this paper attempts to provide an overview of rural finance and development of microfinance 1 in transition countries in Southeast and East Asia, excluding China 2ŠCambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Vietnam, and Mongolia.