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Microfinance: Is there really a crisis?
Microfinance: Is there really a crisis? That is the question posed by an upcoming live webinar on 4 October, organized by Local Voice 4 Development. Panelists include former South African First Lady Zanele Mbeki and UN advisor Sanjay Sinha.
Amsterdam-based organizer Bob Bragar, a highly regarded professional within the industry, hopes the webinar will raise awareness and bring people together to understand what is really going on in the industry. Panelist will share their insights from different organizations working on the ground around the world. “This webinar is not just a presentation,”
Zanele Mbeki (South Africa), former First Lady and chair of the Women's Development Bank Trust
Sanjay Sinha (India), managing director of Micro Credit Ratings International and a member of the UN Advisors Group on Inclusive Financial Sectors
Luis Derteano Marie (Peru), president of Grupo ACP, a leading microfinance investor in 10 countries throughout Latin America
Mikhail Mamuta (Russia), director of the Russian Microfinance Center and president of the National Partnership of Microfinance Market Stakeholders
Damian von Stauffenberg (Germany), founder of MicroRate, the world's first rating agency specializing in microfinance
To attend, REGISTER HERE http://cc.readytalk.com/
Information about this webinar can be found on line at http://www.LocalVoice4Development.org. The organization is dedicated to the idea that local leaders are the key to solving local problems: "We believe in development. We believe in dialogue. And we believe that local voices must lead this dialogue if action to combat poverty is to have lasting effect. Our mission is to provide a forum for committed people around the globe to confront the slow pace of progress. We are here to talk and, more importantly, to listen."
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Local Voice 4 Development's mission is to strengthen economic and social development in poor countries, we provide an internet platform for local leaders and experts to express their views.