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Free webinar on “Indicators to Identify Early Client Stress” brought by SPTF Outcomes Working Group

The webinar “Indicators to Identify Early Client Stress” is scheduled for February 23rd, 2017, and will be hosted by speakers from Grameen Foundation and Friendship Bridge (Guatemala).
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The Alliance for Financial Inclusion published “The 2016 Global Policy Forum (GPF) Report: Building the Pillars of Sustainable Inclusion

Co-hosted by the Reserve Bank of Fiji, the eighth annual GPF was the first to be held since AFI became a fully independent organization.
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Online Course on “Resilience Action Planning: Implementing the Sendai Framework at the Local Level”

UNITAR, the UN Institute for Training and Research, is organizing an online course on resilience action planning, scheduled from February 27th to June 2nd 2017
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Microinsurance Network : 7th Consultative Forum Briefing Note now available in Arabic

The Briefing Note of the 7th Consultative Forum, which took place in Colombo, Sri Lanka in November 2016, on “The role of mutuals, cooperatives and community-based organisations (MCCOs) in inclusive insurance markets”, is now also available in Arabic.
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$4 Billion Opportunities for Islamic Banks Dedicated to Small and Medium Enterprises

A recent case study issued by the International Finance Corporation study (IFC), member of the World Bank Group, mentioned the transfer of a funding portfolio for small and medium projects from traditional banking channels to Islamic finance in nine Muslim countries in the Middle East and North Africa region, providing an opportunity for Islamic banks worth about $ 4.1 billion.
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The Algerian Government Banks Launch This Year the Islamic Finance Plans

An Algerian official revealed on February 14th that the government gave their approval for banks in the country to launch, during the first half of this year, a new version of Islamic financing in the form of group loans. Boualem Djebbar, head of the Banks and Financial Institutions Association (BFIA), said that the Algerian banking sector seeks to diversify the funds and means of saving, and have proceeded to work on the launch of the “covalent or participatory loans."
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