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By Nimal Fernando

This document presents a framework for helping the improvement of sustainable microfinance structures that supply different, high quality companies to normally underserved low-income or negative families and their microenterprises. specifically, the sluggish commercialization of the Philippines's heterogeneous microfinance is explored, in addition to the rest demanding situations to sustainable microfinance in different international locations, together with inadequate knowing of the microfinancing technique and gradual circulate towards commercialization.

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1996–2002) funded by USAID’s Office of Microenterprise Development and implemented by the World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU) to extend microfinance services to men and women in Mindanao. This program aimed to improve financial discipline and savings-driven growth utilizing the Model Credit Union Building (MCUB) methodology and the P EARLS (Protection, Effective financial structure, Asset quality, Rates of return, Liquidity, and Signs of growth) evaluation and monitoring system. CUES worked with 18 Mindanao credit cooperatives.

Source: McGuire, Conroy, and Thapa 1997, p. 237. by the international development firm, Chemonics International, Inc. Using what has been called the “MABS approach,” the program provides technical assistance, training, and limited resource support to participating rural banks (and cooperative rural banks) so they can profitably and sustainably expand their loan and deposit portfolios to microenterprises. The MABS approach includes intensive oneon-one technical assistance, workshops, seminars, on-the-job coaching, and exposure and training visits to participant banks.

Four major trends in the sector support this. First, rural banks and a few thrift banks are increasingly downscaling their services to tap the microenterprise market, largely as a result of focused microfinance technical assistance and training by donors. Second, donor initiatives to commercialize cooperatives are also spurring their introduction or transformation. Third, several microfinance NGOs have recently transformed into microfinance-oriented rural banks or thrift banks. Fourth, the microfinance sector is also attracting new entrants.

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