Muestra de capacitaciones en inglés

El equipo IDEAS ha capacitado a más de 1500 personas de África, Asia, Europa y América del Norte. Incluyen gerentes de finanzas inclusivas, gerentes de organizaciones de desarrollo, líderes y personal de ONG, personal de donantes internacionales, líderes de clientes y proveedores de asistencia técnica. Esto incluye talleres nacionales, regionales e internacionales. El gráfico ilustra la variedad de capacitaciones en diferentes países.

Country where training heldType of training & participantsCo-sponsors
United StatesGraduate-level course on Developing Microfinance Institutions to Reach the Poor.American University.
PhilippinesTraining for Grameen Replication MFIs in the Philippines on Impact EvaluationCASHPOR, PHILNET, AIMS Project of USAID
United StatesTraining of microfinance practitioners and donors on the institutional development of microfinance.Microenterprise Development Institute-Southern New Hampshire University.
United StatesGraduate-level course on Developing Microfinance Institutions to Reach the Poor.American University.
United StatesTraining microfinance practitioners and donors from Asia, Middle East, Africa, US, and Europe. Impact Evaluation.Microenterprise Development Institute-Southern New Hampshire University, AIMS Project of USAID.
KenyaRegional training for Africa and Middle East on Impact Evaluation.UNCDF/SUM, SEEP Network, AIMS Project of USAID
United StatesGraduate-level course on Developing Microfinance Institutions to Reach the Poor.American University.
United StatesTraining for SEEP Network member organizations and their affiliates. Introduction to five tools with emphasis on Client Satisfaction and Empowerment.SEEP Network
United StatesGraduate-level course on Evaluating Growth and Maintaining Innovation.First Annual Scaling Up Institute -Southern New Hampshire University.
United StatesTraining for AIMS conference participants, MFI and donor representatives from Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, and Latin America.AIMS Project of USAID
United StatesTraining microfinance practitioners and donors from Asia, Middle East, Africa, US, and Europe. Impact Evaluation.Microenterprise Development Institute-Southern New Hampshire University.
United StatesTraining microfinance practitioners and donors from Asia, Middle East, Africa, US, and Europe. Impact Evaluation.Microenterprise Development Institute-Southern New Hampshire University.
GhanaDesign, field testing, instruction and oversight of Client Impact Monitoring System. This innovative monitoring system will be replicated for other Opportunity International affiliates.Sinapi Aba Trust in Kumasi, Ghana and the Opportunity International network
EthiopiaDesign, field testing, training, and supervision of market research and client satisfaction in one region of Ethiopia.WISDOM, an for-profit MFI affiliate of World Vision
United StatesTraining microfinance practitioners and donors from Asia, Middle East, Africa, US, and Europe. Impact Evaluation.Microenterprise Development Institute-Southern New Hampshire University.
EthiopiaTraining of trainers and then training of representatives of microfinance institutions from 6 different countries in East and West Africa.East Africa Region of World Vision International
EthiopiaTraining of two Ethiopian trainers and then training of 20 MFIs, donors and government officials involved in the supervision of the microfinance instituutions.Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions (AEMFI) with funding from Norwegian People’s Aid
United StatesTraining for members of SEEP Network on impact evaluation, using the SEEP-AIMS tools and the first draft of the SEEP-AIMS Manual.Annual meeting of SEEP Network
United StatesTraining for SEEP Network member organizations and their affiliates. Introduction to five tools with emphasis on Client Satisfaction and Empowerment. Trainers: Drl. Carter Garber and Dr. Nancy Horn.Before the Annual meeting of SEEP Network
United StatesTraining for members of SEEP Network on impact evaluation, using the SEEP-AIMS tools and the new version of the Manual of which Carter Garber is the Associate Editor.Annual meeting of SEEP Network
United StatesTraining for members of SEEP Network on obtain indicators gotten from impact evaluations and then use them in the Management Information System to monitor impact over time. Trainers of IDEAS: Gammaa Hishigsuren, Brian Beard, and Carter Garber.Annual meeting of SEEP Network
United StatesTraining for members of the Client Assessment Working Group and SEEP Network on the work of IDEAS with two national networks in Nicaragua, ASOMIF and PROMIFIN-COSUDE. Emerging lessons about the role of networks in client assessment. IDEAS Trainer: Carter Garber.Annual meeting of SEEP Network
United StatesCarter Garber was a co-facilitator in the Workshop on the Criteria for the Selection of the Poverty Assessment ToolsCenter for Institutional Reform & the Informal Sector at the University of Maryland; USAID
PhilippinesTraining of members of Community Economic Ventures staff in Bohol and Cebu islands to do impact evaluation on their own organizationCommunity Economic Ventures; CARD (Centre for Agriculture and Rural Development; IDEAS; World Vision US
GuatemalaWorkshop on program investment guidelines for CARE USA and its Latin American Regional Management Unit, attended by the country offices in Latin America and some HQ personnel.CARE USA and LARMU
United StatesTraining microfinance practitioners and donors from Asia, Middle East, Africa, US, and Europe. Impact Evaluation.Microenterprise Development Institute-Southern New Hampshire University.