Pakistan Microfinance Network (PMN) launched a research study to assess the impact of COVID-19 on MSEs in order to understand how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted their household incomes, business operations, and how they are coping with the shock and what kind of support is required for their rehabilitation.
Mr. Ghalib Nishtar and Ms. Sadaffe Abid elected as new Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson of the PMN Board
The elections for the new Board of Directors of the Pakistan Microfinance Network (PMN) were conducted at the 19th AGM of the Association, on Thursday, 25th of June 2020. Mr. Ghalib Nishtar,...
Pakistan Microfinance Network in collaboration with PACRA Analytics has organized a Bootcamp on Microfinance Enterprise Risk Management in October 2019 where 50 persons attended the certification...
The Rethinking Microfinance – Developing a New Inclusive Finance Compass Conference was held at Serena Hotel on December 4th and 5th, 2019 where, Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, Special Advisor to the...
Mapping the Competitive Environment in microfinance sector. MicroEYE is designed to represent industry data in graphical format for effortless comprehension.
Microwatch highlights the quarterly position of credit, savings, and insurance outreach on a country and regional basis coupled with outstanding portfolio at risk.
MicroMundi is an online portal that offers comprehensive and up-to-date information about Microfinance products being offered in Pakistan.
Impact of Coronavirus on MSEs
Mapping Client Protection in South Asia – Current Practices and Future Roadmap
This report summarizes Client Protection (CP) policies and practices in six microfinance markets in South Asia: Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. The findings in this report have been collated from questionnaire surveys distributed to microfinance networks and authorities of the respective countries followed by desk research on existing policies and regulations.
MicroWatch Issue 55
The analysis of the first quarter 2020 displayed the effects of the Global Pandemic caused due to COVID-19 as outreach remained constant. Microcredit outreach reached 7.3 million while the Gross Loan Portfolio increased to PKR 307.8 billion.