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Microfinance Cracking the Capital Markets South Asia 2010 Conference on June23-24, Taj Mahal Hotel,New Delhi,India

ACCION, Citi Foundation and EDA Rural Systems Host“Microfinance Cracking the Capital Markets – South Asia 2010” Conference & Investment Marketplace

ACCION International, a pioneer and leader in microfinance, and EDA Rural Systems, a leading Asian microfinance development and research organization, will jointly organize a major conference and investment marketplace focused on microfinance investment in South Asia, June 23-24 at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Delhi, raising microfinance india

Microfinance Cracking the Capital Markets South Asia 2010 will bring together a wide range of finance professionals to discuss new financing strategies, successes to date, challenges and trends of microfinance investment in South Asia, with particular focus on India.

Attendees will meet the new players, explore recent deals and assess the marketplace in an engaging program with ample opportunities for networking. In addition to the conference, an Investment Marketplace is planned to facilitate introductions and deal-making between MFIs and debt and equity investors.

Additional conference information and the full program can be viewed at:

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  1. Adarsh Rao

    March 28, 2010 at 11:21 pm

    The United Nations Development Programme International Policy Center for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG) will be hosting an Academic Forum on the 12th and 13th of April 2010 in correlation to the India-Brazil-South Africa (IBSA) summit to be held in Brasilia, Brazil on the 15th of April 2010. The theme will be social development strategies for inclusive growth.

    Topics at the Academic Forum include role of cash transfers, role of employment programs/policies, health innovation, intellectual property rights and access to essential drugs. Specifically:
    How do conditional cash transfer programs improve life of millions living in extreme poverty?
    What are the most relevant experiences from other parts of the world that can be effectively applied to IBSA countries?
    How IBSA countries can cooperate and share experiences if they adopt different approaches for CCT programs?
    How can study findings on Intellectual property rights and health innovation from Brazil, India, and South Africa affect civil society in each country?
    What are the consequences of the creation of new groupings of emerging economies with a strong emphasis on South-South cooperation? How do we get civil society involved in high level political debates?
    We want to hear your opinion! Join us

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