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MFC Annual Conference Post-Crisis Microfinance: What is the Responsible Way Forward? May 26-28, 2010, Astana, Kazahstan. GULNURA MURATOVA Executive Director JSC MCC “Microfinance” AMFI Board member Kyrgyzstan. Fostering gender equality – meeting the microfinance challenge.

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MFC Annual Conference Post-Crisis Microfinance:What is the Responsible Way Forward? May 26-28, 2010, Astana, Kazahstan

GULNURA MURATOVA

Executive Director JSC MCC “Microfinance”

AMFI Board member

Kyrgyzstan

Fostering gender equality – meeting the microfinance challenge


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MFC Annual Conference Post-Crisis Microfinance:What is the Responsible Way Forward? May 26-28, 2010, Astana, Kazahstan

GULNURA MURATOVA

Executive Director JSC MCC “Microfinance”

AMFI Board member

Kyrgyzstan

Fostering gender equality – meeting the microfinance challenge


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Fostering Gender

Equality –

2010

Gender Equality

Meeting the

Microfinance

Challenge

1997


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“It is impossible to realize our goals while discriminating against half the human race”KOFI ANNANFormer Secretary General of the United Nations


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Member of the Credit Union discriminating against half the human race”

Women comprise at least half the population in rural areas

Kyrgyzstan


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GENDER MAINSTREAMING IN MICROFINANCE discriminating against half the human race”

Submitted statistical information of CUs

  • members of CU 22.668

    women: 12.781 (56,4%)

    man: 9.877

  • borrowers15.783

    women: 9.196 (60%)

    man6.589


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GENDER MAINSTREAMING IN MICROFINANCE discriminating against half the human race”

Submitted statistical information of CUs

  • Chairman:

    women: 100

    man: 120

  • Credit Portfolio: 18,9 Mio USD

    women: 9, 7 Mio USD (52%)

    man9,1 Mio USD


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GENDER MAINSTREAMING IN MICROFINANCE discriminating against half the human race”

AMFI statistical information

Members of AMFI 29

Submitted information 25

Borrowers 303 323

women: 208 969 (68,9%)

man: 94 354

Credit Portfolio: 164 Mio USD

women: more than 60%


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Why is it important to target women discriminating against half the human race”with microfinance and enterprise development projects?

First, global experience shows that women have an outstanding record in paying back microloans.

Second, the impact on poverty reduction is higher by targeting women.

Finally, many women are natural entrepreneurs since they are the managers of the most common budget on earth—the family budget.


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Why is it important to target women discriminating against half the human race”with microfinance and enterprise development projects?

Women continue to be responsible for more than 90 percent of domestic and childcare responsibilities.

Their enterprises are also less productive because they have less experience and less training in running a business.

On the other hand, they invest less of their profits in micro enterprises and instead invest it in their children and/or their families.


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Why is it important to target women discriminating against half the human race”with microfinance and enterprise development projects?

Microfinance institutions must not be content with reaching women only.

Institutions must understand how women approach their work, how they manage their micro enterprises and how they spend their increased income.

They must also play a role in changing perceptions and understanding why empowering women leads to a stronger society and a stronger country.


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SUCCESS STORY discriminating against half the human race”

TRAINING

BUSINESS


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SUCCESS STORY discriminating against half the human race”

TRAINING

BUSINESS


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GULNURA MURATOVA discriminating against half the human race”

Executive Director JSC Microcredit Company “MICROFINANCE” / AMFI BOARD MEMBER

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101/1 Manas avenue

720033, Bishkek Kyrgyzstan

Tel: +996 312 694178 (77)

email: [email protected]

THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!


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