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Microlinks Coverage from the 2012 Cracking the Nut Conference

Mon, July 16, 2012
Microlinks partnered with AZMJ to provide coverage of this year's Cracking the Nut Conference. Read any one of the several blog post recaps from various conference sessions and plenaries, or watch one of our video interviews with session presenters.

Evaluating an Economic and Social Empowerment Intervention in Zambézia, Mozambique

Tue, July 5, 2016
Evaluation of an integrated ES program in Mozambique

Investing in Resilient Markets through Private Sector Partnerships

Mon, April 11, 2016
Engaging the local private sector is an integral component of effective, sustainable action when building resilience and reducing disaster risks in hazard-prone areas.

Financial Diaries with Smallholder Families

Wed, March 9, 2016
How do small-scale agricultural producers manage their money, and what do their strategies tell us about their need for financial tools?

Digital Financial Solutions to Advance Women's Economic Participation

Mon, February 8, 2016
How governments, private sector and development organizations can bring more women into the global economy through digital financial services.

Mapping Pathways out of Poverty: The State of the Microcredit Summit Campaign Report, 2015

Fri, January 8, 2016
Presentation of six pathways to support families in their journey out of extreme poverty

Paying For Results: A New Approach to Mobilizing Finance for Development (Event Resources)

Wed, December 16, 2015
Check out resources from the seminar on a new approach to mobilizing finance for development.

Paying For Results: A New Approach to Mobilizing Finance for Development

Wed, December 2, 2015
This month’s Microlinks seminar will explore new ways to facilitate the flow of private capital to support development goals. Sign up now!

ASPIRES South Africa Factsheet

Wed, November 18, 2015

Do Financial Services Build Disaster Resilience?

Tue, November 17, 2015
This study analyzes survey data from households in Western Leyte, Philippines to test the common assumptions regarding what characteristics contribute to disaster resilience.