Market participation requires a range of financial solutions and investments to meet the needs of individuals, households, and firms as well as to meet national and sub-national financing requirements for infrastructure, which enable market-led development. Catalyzing private financing requires an ecosystem approach that includes the financial sector infrastructure itself.
Sep 23, 2020
This post was originally published on ACDI / VOCA 's blog. The Upper East Region is a less traditional alcove of Ghana where communities are more open to women taking part in commercial activities. Its neighboring Northern Region is more conservative. In January 2020, the Feed the Future Ghana...
Learn how a minimum quality standard for agricultural index insurance protects farmers, safeguards markets, and promotes sustainable resilience.
Oct 01, 2020
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? USAID Staff, USAID Implementing Partners, Interested Public ABOUT THIS EVENT Hydro, wind, and solar power are variable renewable energy (VRE) resources with normal daily and/or seasonal fluctuations that are taken into in financial planning for these investments. These energy...
Sep 15, 2020
Please join us on September 15 to discuss how can we leverage market systems as part of our response to COVID-19.
Sep 01, 2020
This post was originally published on Agrilinks and was written by Alison Harrell and Gerson Morales. Smallholder farmers have the potential to play an increasing role in feeding the world through the sustainable supply of key agricultural commodities. However, most smallholder farmers lack funds...
In Somalia, USAID is helping blunt the economic impact of COVID-19 by supporting financial institutions and contributing to Somalis’ ability to cope with, and build resilience to, the COVID-19 crisis.
Oct 26, 2020 to Oct 30, 2020
The SEEP Annual Conference is a unique forum where we debate bold ideas, learn openly from our failures, and challenge our own assumptions to build the next generation of development solutions.
Jul 27, 2020
ESCAP is looking for pron evidence-based financial solutions for women entrepreneurs. Successful applicants will receive up to US$ 25,000 in research funding.