1 edition of Ethiopian microfinance institutions performance analysis report found in the catalog.
Ethiopian microfinance institutions performance analysis report
2011 by Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia .
Written in English
|Other titles||AEMFI performance analysis report|
|Statement||Wolday Amha & Anteneh Kifle|
|Series||Financial report -- bulletin 7|
|LC Classifications||HG178.33.E8 W6447 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||2011342879|
AEMFI (Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions) is a non-for-profit, non-governmental association of the Ethiopian microfinance institutions. Since its establishment in , AEMFI has been providing several capacity building activities through technical assistance, networking, advocating, research and training aimed at enhancing the capacity of practitioners in the microfinance sector. Report on the Performance of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) for the Period Under Review. by Vuyisani Moss Email: [email protected] Or [email protected] Introduction Microfinance was pioneered in the developing world as the lending of small amounts of money to entrepreneurs who lacked the kinds of credentials and collateral demanded byFile Size: KB. Many microfinance institutions reported that female clients were “more likely to than men to spend their profits on household and family needs’ (such as clothing, food, education, health care, etc.). The “multiplier effect” enhances the social impact of microfinance instructions. 5 Ways to Measure Social Performance and Impact of. Source: National Bank of Ethiopia Annual report (/) (*) World Bank Group Data and Statistics (accessed on 18/08/08) 1. 2 Financial sector in Ethiopia Traditional financial system in Ethiopia has long history and paramount contribution to economic betterment and social wellbeing of the society.
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AEMFI publishes microfinance performance analysis report annually. This is mainly done from audited reports collected from member microfinance institutions. The AEMFI has published12 performance analysis reports until These reports are available in our store for purchase.
Ethiopian microfinance institutions performance analysis report. Imprint Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: AEMFI, Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions Physical description v.
; cm. Available online Performance analysis report Issue for has other title: Performance indicators report. Request PDF | Performance Analysis of Microfinance Institutions in Ethiopia | The objective of this study was to assess the performance of MFI in Ethiopia.
Thirty-one MFIs operating in Ethiopia. Ejigu () conducted a study on the performance analysis of a sample of microfinance institutions of Ethiopia. The study compares the performance of the Ethiopian MFIs with Micro Banking. Performance Analysis Of Microfinance Institutions In Ethiopia.
62 |Page In general, the most important measure for the evaluation of how effectively the capitals of shareholders that are entrusted to the managing team of the institution are being managed is the RoA and Size: KB. Performance of micro-finance institutions in Addis Ababa city, Ethiopia: Micro Finance institutions in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia [Mengistu, Hailu Fissha, Subramanian, Ulaganathan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Performance of micro-finance institutions in Addis Ababa city, Ethiopia: Micro Finance institutions in Addis Ababa. Performance Analysis of a sample Microfinance Institutions of Ethiopia Draft. Letenah Ejigu (Phd Student)* University Business School, Panjab University, Chandigarh March _____ * Comments are most welcome.
The author can be contacted at [email protected] AbstractCited by: 1. Performance Analysis of a Sample Microfinance Institutions of Ethiopia. 23 Pages Posted: 6 May See all articles by Letenah Ejigu Wale Letenah Ejigu Wale. Panjab University - University Business School; Bahir Dar University - Department of Accounting.
Date Written: May 2, Cited by: 1. Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions 15 History 15 Vision, Mission and Objectives 16 Performance monitoring and database 27 The present report is part of a larger investigation on microfinance associations File Size: KB. 5 1.
Purpose of the report The purpose of this short study is to improve understanding of the operation of microfinance institutions (MFIs) in Ethiopia with particularFile Size: KB. In Ethiopia, several micro finance institutions (MFIs) have established 4 and have been.
operating towards resolving the credit access problem of the poor particularly to those. participates in the petty business. In light of this, this paper attempts to look at MFIs performance in the country.
The empirical literature investigating the financial performance of micro-finance institutions is scarce and still growing. Hartarska () analyses the impact of governance on the sustainability of microfinance institutions (MFIs) in Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly Independent States.
OVERCOMING CONSTRAINTS IN THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR MFI Microfinance Institution MoFED Ministry of Finance and Economic Development Ethiopia is wage competitive, but productivity performance varies across firms. In Ethiopia, productivity. Public TH. Manufacturing 4. Ethiopia File Size: 1MB.
‘Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions Performance Analysis Report’, Bulletin No. 6 Google Scholar Athanassopoulos, A.D. & Giokas, D. ‘The Use of Data Envelopment Analysis in Banking Institutions: Evidence from the Commercial Bank of Greece’, Interfaces, 30 Cited by: 1.
Eshet Microfinance Institution (EMF.S.C) and Harbu Microfinance Institutions (HMF.S.C) for the recent five years (). The paper is used both primary and secondary data sources which were analyzed using qualitative and quantitative methods applying a descriptive analysis. Semi-structured interview was done withAuthor: Bijiga Etefa.
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF THE PERFORMANCE OF MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS: THE ETHIOPIAN CASE TSEGAYE ANDUANBESSA* Abstract Nowadays governments and many development agents pay great attention to the develop-ment of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) with the belief that they are able to alleviate poverty in a very shot time.
The Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions (AEMFI) has created a forum to discuss and review the performance of the regulatory framework and monitor its Size: KB. Nowadays governments and many development agents pay great attention to the development of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) with the belief that they are able to alleviate poverty in a very shot time.
This paper tried to give statistical insight in measuring the performance of MFIs in Ethiopia and the determinants of their performance. Correlation analysis between credit provided and savings mobilized together with predictive regression models are unique parts of this study.
The book will have paramount importance to managers of Microfinance institutions, policy makers, donors, creditors, and those who are engaged in providing trainings on microfinance and related issuesAuthor: Tamrat L. Fitamo. “The New Microfinance Handbook fills a critical gap in the current literature on financial inclusion.
I am particularly pleased with the explicit focus on consumers and their needs—this, together with the onset of technology-based delivery models, has been the most important shift in the microfinance. The Financial Analysis for Microfinance Institutions course provides participants with an understanding of the different ratios used by microfinance institutions, what they mean, and how they can be used to keep track of an institution’s financial performance over Size: 2MB.
ABSTRACT This paper presents achievements and challenges of Microfinance Institutions in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. When traditional financial institutions have failed to provide the service to help the poor, MFIs were developed to fill this gap.
The research address their institutions. ETHIOPIAN MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS. SYNOPSIS. Exchange (MIE) report (), more than microfinance institutions around the world have loaned $65 billion to about 90 million low income people.
performance analysis papers also. The Structure and Performance of Ethiopia’s Financial Sector 5 Clearly there is evolving structural shift when deposit is observed by institutions.
In general the trend is to move away form a dominant public sector towards a financial structure where the role of the private sector is Cited by: Dr.
Wolday Amha has served as the Executive Director of the Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions (AEMFI) since its inception in until his untimely death in August Prior to this, he worked as a consultant to the Ministry of Agriculture as National Constraint Analysis Advisor under FAO's Special Program for Food Production and Food Grain Marketing Project (MEDAC he.
Performance of microfinance institutions based on the literature is affected by factors of governance mechanisms, management information system and funding. All of three factors have a role to play for a microfinance institution’s performance objectives of outreach, sustainability and profitability.
Since their inception in the s, microfinance institutions (MFIs) have received increasing attention both from policymakers and academic circles. Using unbalanced panel data (–) from Ethiopia, in this paper, we investigated the performance of MFIs and its determinants on the one hand and whether or not mission drift exists on the other by: 1.
Performance analysis of a sample microfinance institutions of Ethiopia Letenah Ejigu University Business School, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. E-mail: [email protected] Accepted 20 May, Unpublished PhD thesis, Southern New Hampshire University, Kereta B. (), Outreach and Financial performance analysis of Microfinance Institutions in Ethiopia, African Economic Conference, Addis Ababa Kindane A.
() Outreach and Sustainability of the Amhara Credit and Saving Institutions (ACSI) Ethiopia, MA thesis, Norwegian University of.
microfinance institutions like outreach and financial performance analysis of microfinance Institutions in Ethiopia by kereta (), Yirsaw () did the study on performance of microfinance institutions in Ethiopia, Amha() on development microfinance industry in Ethiopia: Current Status and the Prospect for Growth.
ButFile Size: KB. did not have an MIS system to finally automate their operation; the trend in the performance of microfinance institutions during those years of operation was encouraging. Keywords Microfinance, microfinance institution, microenterprise, microfinance Policy, National Bank of Ethiopia, Grameen Bank, World Bank, world fact book, Miscellaneous.
Basic Financial Management and Ratio Analysis for MFIs page iii “Measuring Performance of Microfinance Institutions: A Framework for Reporting, Analy sis and relevant and timely reports and enables meaningful analysis and monitoring of operations.
It is File Size: KB. SwOt ANAlySIS OF thE AFRICAN MICROFINANCE SECtOR 37 AEMFI Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions to champion the microfinance agenda. The report. Performance of Loan Repayment Determinants in Ethiopian Micro Finance - An Analysis Shaik Abdul Majeeb PASHA *, Tolosa NEGESE ** Abstract Micro finance involves the provision of micro-credit, savings, and other services to the poor that are excluded by.
Downloadable. Microfinance institutions (MFIs) generally aim at improving the access of the poor to financial services while at the same time being financially sustainable. But what do we know about how MFIs reach and combine these two goals.
We carry out a systematic review of close to articles discussing the determinants of the financial and social performance of by: 8. Harar Microfinance. Lefayeda Microfinance. Tesfa Microfinance.
Gambella Microfinance. Dynamic Microfinance. About adamshulman View all posts by adamshulman → Global Brands Magazine is a leading brands magazine providing opinions and news related to various brands across the world.
The company is head quartered in the United Kingdom. Microfinance and Poverty Alleviation in Ethiopia The Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions (AEMFI) has been the network for all registered MFIs in Ethiopia since it began in According to MFTransparency () AEMFI is Inclusive Growth: Ethiopia Country Report 5 Microfinance Regulation and Policy.
This study is conducted to assess the credit risk management of MFIs found in Ethiopia and to rate these institutions according to their rank. In conducting this study secondary data from audited annual reports of the MFIs, performance analysis report bulletins, the web sites of the MFIs and from the Mix Market (MIX) was collected.
Abstract: This study investigates the financial performance the Ethiopian Banking sector using tof he panel data set for the period /05 – / The financial performance of the Ethiopian Banks has been evaluated using the volume of deposit, bank assets, ROE, ROA, and loan-deposit ratio /LDR/.File Size: 1MB.
Microfinance Specialist and Patricia Mwangi is Microfinance Specialist at the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP). Matthew Brown was a research assistant at CGAP when he contributed to the study design and data analysis for this paper.
1 All institutions in this report are located in sub-Saharan Africa. For reasons of brevity, this File Size: KB. ‘Review of microfinance industry in Ethiopia: Regulatory framework and performance’, Occasional paper No. 2, Association of Ethiopian Microfinance Institutions (AEMFI) Google Scholar Armendariz, B.
& Morduch, J. () The Economics of : Gashaw Tadesse Abate, Carlo Borzaga, Kindie Getnet.This three to four day course provides participants with an understanding of the different ratios used by microfinance institutions, what they mean, and how they can be used to keep track of an institution’s financial performance over time.
The analysis is based on financial statements that reflect management needs for clear organized.Less than 3 percent of households had any ties to a formal financial institution, and only 13 percent of households had an outstanding loan at baseline.
The study was conducted in collaboration with two microfinance institutions, the Oromiya Credit and Savings Share Company (OCSSC) and the Amhara Credit and Savings Institute (ACSI).