ACLAM, the Experience of Action Contre La Misčre in Haiti, a 26 pages study: Armed conflicts and natural disasters are frequent occurrences in the developing countries where microfinance institutions (MFIs) operate. This SEEP Network Practitioner Learning Program case study discusses the experience of Action Contre La Misere (ACLAM), an MFI in Haiti, working simultaneously in both of these environments. ACLAM’s experience offers a useful perspective that can supplement existing literature on microfinance programs in these environments.
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CRECER: This SEEP Network Practitioner Learning Program case study highlights four key lessons learned from the client assessment program of the Crédito con Educación Rural (CRECER), a Microfinance Institution (MFI) that uses village-banking methodology in Bolivia.
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Client Assessment Valuable in Widely Different Circumstances: SEEP has published two case studies on individual MFIs that participated in its recent “Putting Client Assessment to Work” PLP: one on ACLAM (Haiti) and another on CRECER (Bolivia). Despite radically different operating conditions, both institutions were able to use client assessment to improve thier institutions and services.
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