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Number of Members : 43 Number of Clients : 400,000 Membership Structure : MFIs of different sizes, MFIs of different structures and regulated and non-regulated MFIs. Main Funding Partners : World Bank UNDP African Development Foundation (ADF) WWB/UNDP Seed Funding.

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Consortium alafia benin formalized in 1999

Number of Members: 43

Number of Clients: 400,000

Membership Structure: MFIs of different sizes, MFIs of different structures and regulated and non-regulated MFIs

Main Funding Partners:

World Bank

UNDP

African Development Foundation (ADF)

WWB/UNDP Seed Funding

Consortium Alafia – BENINFormalized in 1999

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Workshops on sustainability of MFIs, governance and financial analysis

  • Performance Standards: Work with BCEAO, MFIs and networks in UMOA to develop performance standards

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Member of committee to develop national microfinance policy; participation in BCEAO studies to update PARMEC and OHADA

  • Research and Information Dissemination: Workshop to identify MFIs research and impact assessment needs, workshop and pilot on microinsurance


Aisfd cote d ivoire formalized in 1998

Number of Members: 23

Number of Clients: 100,000

Membership Structure: Regulated MFIs of different sizes

Main Funding Partners:

BCEAO

WWB/UNDP Seed Funding

AISFD – COTE D’IVOIREFormalized in 1998

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Started a training program for members

  • Performance Standards: Development of a framework for members to build shared performance standards

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Engagement in national strategy to support microfinance in Côte d’Ivoire, participation in the Financial Sector Development Support Program (PADESI)

  • Research and Information Dissemination: Publication of an information bulletin that promotes microfinance in Côte d’Ivoire


Aemfi ethiopia formalized in 1999

Number of Members: 19

Number of Clients: 1.3 million

Membership Structure: MFIs of different sizes including the largest in Ethiopia and high performing MFIs

Main Funding Partners:

Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA)

IFAD

Pact Ethiopia

WWB/UNDP Seed Funding

AEMFI - ETHIOPIA Formalized in 1999

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Elaboration and implementation of training for MFIs

  • Performance Standards: Established a performance monitoring unit; training on the use of MBB toolkit; agreement on core performance indicators

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Assistance in building the capacity of the Supervision Department of the NBE with support of donors

  • Research and Information Dissemination: Publications in the Microfinance Development Review; Working papers and research results including a review of the performance of the microfinance industry in Ethiopia


Gamfinet gambia formalized in 1999

Number of Members: 16

Number of Clients: 161,000

Membership Structure: Regulated and non regulated MFIs, high performing MFIs, international NGOs, government agencies and projects.

Main Funding Partners:

WWB/UNDP Seed Funding

GAMFINET – GAMBIAFormalized in 1999

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Organization of best practice workshops for members

  • Performance Standards: Consensus building on AFMIN performance indicators and training on their implementation

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Engagement of policy makers in dialogue on microfinance policy issues

  • Research and Information Dissemination: Organization of local and regional exchange visits


Ghamfin ghana formalized in 1998

Number of Members: 80

Number of Clients: 60,000

Membership Structure: MFIs of different sizes and types, regulated and non regulated MFIs

Main Funding Partners:

Government of Ghana

World Bank

USAID

IFAD

GTZ

Care International

GHAMFIN - GHANAFormalized in 1998

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Organization of training courses on governance and financial planning

  • Performance Standards: Development, with SEEP, of a national toolkit for the implementation of a performance benchmark for the local industry

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Development of a national strategic microfinance framework document on behalf of the Ministry of Finance, currently awaiting cabinet and parliamentary approval to come into effect


Reguipram guinea formalized in 1998

Number of Members: 8

Number of Clients: 100,000

Membership Structure: MFIs of different sizes, MFIs of different structures and regulated and non-regulated MFIs

Main Funding Partners:

WWB/UNDP Seed Funding

REGUIPRAM – GUINEAFormalized in 1998

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Workshops on business planning, best practice for MFIs and the regulatory framework

  • Performance Standards: Workshops on performance indicators, adoption of performance standards by members

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Drafting national strategy for microfinance, meetings with the Central Bank on the regulatory framework for microfinance

  • Research, and Information Dissemination: Inventory of MFIs and dissemination of best practice publications


Apim mali formalized in 1999

Number of Members: 28

Number of Clients: 500,000

Membership Structure: MFIs of different structures, regulated MFIs and high performing MFIs

Main Funding Partners:

USAID

GTZ

World Bank

WWB/UNDP Seed Funding

APIM – MALIFormalized in 1999

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Hosting of a microfinance week; training in business planning for MFIs, internal controls and refinancing; and the homologation of 7 MFI modules with 22 trainers and APIM/MALI modules with 7 trainers; establishing credit reference bureaux

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Participation in defining national strategy for microfinance; contribution to the poverty alleviation project; working with the Malian Bank of Solidarity

  • Research and Information Dissemination: Study on financial viability of MFIs in UEMOA, study on forms of collateral used by MFIs


Amfi kenya formalized in 1999

Number of Members: 15

Number of Clients: 150,000

Membership Structure: MFIs of different sizes, including large MFI and MFIs of types

Main Funding Partners:

USAID

AMFI - KENYAFormalized in 1999

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Training of managers and credit officers, establishment of Credit Reference mechanisms for MFIs, launching of microfinance Skills Courses

  • Performance Standards: Training on performance standards for managers

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Involvement in formulation and drafting of microfinance bill for Kenya; participation in the development of the poverty reduction strategy paper, a national initiative


Anip mf niger formalized in 2000

Number of Members: 10

Number of Clients: n/a

Membership Structure: Regulated MFIs

Main Funding Partners:

PRAMEF

La Coopération Française

WWB/UNDP Seed Funding

ANIP-MF - NIGERFormalized in 2000

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Training needs assessment, training of trainer with CAPAF

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Participation in the action plan for the national microfinance strategy

  • Research and Information Dissemination: Inventory of MFIs and MFI clients


Cdmr nigeria formalized in 1999

Number of Members: 26

Number of Clients: 460,000

Membership Structure: Large MFIs of different sizes

Main Funding Partners:

Ford Foundation

USAID-MBP

CDMR - NIGERIAFormalized in 1999

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Training on impact assessment; involvement in program appraisal strategies that target low-income individuals for poverty alleviation; development of participatory learning and action (PLA), participatory rural appraisal (PRA) training and strategic planning workshops

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Lobbying of the government, both the CBN and the Ministry of Finance, for favorable policy for microfinance operations

  • Performance Standards: Workshops and publications on financial ratios; agreement on core performance indicators for the industry.


Micro enterprise alliance south africa created in 1994 formalized in 2001

Number of Members: 20

Number of Clients: 610,000

Membership Structure: MFIs of different sizes and types, regulated MFIs, high performing MFIs, international NGOs and government agencies and projects

Main Funding Partners:

Ford Foundation

Hivos

SIDA

Micro Enterprise Alliance – SOUTH AFRICACreated in 1994, formalized in 2001

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Elaboration of diploma courses to be offered with the university of Pretoria. SAQA certified

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Formation of a Government Liaison Committee to engage government agencies in the economics cluster; work with the government microfinance wholesaler on a national capacity building strategy

  • Research and Information Dissemination: Case studies on MFIs which closed


Apimft togo formalized in 1998

Number of Members: 19

Number of Clients: 200,000

Membership Structure: MFIs of different sizes and types, regulated MFIs

Main Funding Partners:

BCEAO

GTZ

WWB/UNDP Seed Funding

APIMFT - TOGOFormalized in 1998

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Training for trainers; Workshops on good governance, the development of financial reports and business plans, internal controls, the launch of financial products and financial ratio analysis

  • Performance Standards: Workshops on building standards in the field of microfinance

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Active participation in the development of the national policy governing microfinance in Togo


Amfiu uganda formalized in 1999

Number of Members: 78

Number of Clients: 260,000

Membership Structure: MFIs of different sizes and structures, regulated and non regulated MFI, international NGOs, government agencies, projects and donors

Main Funding Partners:

Hivos

The European Union

The Netherlands Development Organization (SNV)

AMFIU - UGANDAFormalized in 1999

  • Key Activities:

  • Capacity Building: Capacity needs assessment, organization of thematic debates and best practice workshops

  • Performance Standards: Elaboration of draft working document specifying selected indicators, their definition and reporting formats with inputs from members MFIs, donors, MFF and other stakeholders

  • Advocacy and Policy Change: Participation in the development of the Microfinance Bill in Uganda, organization of lobbying events around the MDI Bill


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