We hope you will join the Campaign to help 100 million families lift themselves out of extreme poverty and take a major first step in realizing a poverty free world by 2030. The Campaign’s 100 Million Project is building a movement among financial service stakeholders committed to helping to end extreme poverty through: 1) Making public statements of commitment to action 2) Working together to reliably measure movement out of extreme poverty 3)Promoting innovations and best practices to accelerate movement out of poverty
The 18th Microcredit Summit was held March 14-17th in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., by the Microcredit Summit Campaign and partners, Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development and the Arab Gulf Programme for Development (AGFUND). The Summit agenda explored how new and effective financial policies can contribute to the success of the Universal Financial Access 2020 goal, the World Bank 2030 goals, and the U.N. Global Goals.
The event welcomed VIP guests and central bank managers in the MENA region, as well as leaders and game changers in the field of microfinance around the world, to discuss strategies of financial inclusion for the extreme poor and socially marginalized.
The 17th Microcredit Summit was held September 3rd to 5th in Merida, Mexico, and it was organized around the theme "Generation Next: Innovations in Microfinance," engaging delegates in a thoughtful discussion around the challenges and opportunities associated with the growth and transformation of the sector, especially through innovative and best practices that accelerate the steps to reach full financial inclusion. Learn more at http://17microcreditsummit.org.
Videos from the 2013 Partnerships against Poverty Summit, which took place October 9 - 11 in Manila, Philippines. The 2013 Summit was co-hosted by the Microcredit Summit Campaign and the Microfinance Council of the Philippines, Inc.