Impact of Coronavirus on MSEs

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.

Pakistan Microfinance Review 2019

Pakistan Microfinance Review for the year 2019 is now available for viewing

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Annual Microfinance Conference 2020

Annual Microfinance Conference 2020

Islamabad: Pakistan Microfinance Network (PMN) organized a two-day conference, Sustaining resilience: Microfinance in a post-pandemic era in Islamabad on 25 and 26 November 2020 where industry...

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Essential Skills for Loan Officers

Essential Skills for Loan Officers

Pakistan Microfinance Network in partnership with Buildstone Consulting Group (BCG) organized a series of trainings on ‘Essential Skills for Loan Officers’ under the PMN’s Center of Excellence...

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Impact of Coronavirus on MSEs

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.

Pakistan Microfinance Review 2019

The financial year (FY) 2019 was challenging for the economy. The growth in real GDP declined to 3.3 percent compared to 5.5 percent in the prior year, well below the target of 6.2 percent, while inflation increased from 3.9 percent in FY 2018 to 7.3 percent during the year under review.

MicroWatch Issue 57

By the end of the quarter, the total number of Active Borrowers remained unchanged at 6.8 million while the GLP grew by 3% to PKR 309 billion. A breakdown of GLP in terms of peer groups indicated MFBs stood at PKR 226 billion, MFIs at PKR 59 billion, and RSPs at PKR 25 billion.

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