News on International Training

 

NEPAL and the PHILIPPINES

InM organised an international course on “Advanced Risk Management” to address the prudent risk management initiatives and efficiency of microfinance field operations practiced in  the microfinance sector of Bangladesh. Senior professionals of Nepal and the Philippines microfinance organizations and a cooperative joined the training course. This five-day course was designed to help MFIs to develop and improve the quality of their own risk management processes with special focus on problem prevention, early detection, and control. The course followed a combination of case studies, practical exercises and current affairs to bring material to life vis-à-vis covered the advanced risk management in a dynamic and interactive learning environment. Participants also visited Grameen Bank and the Sojag- NGO-MFI, their field and head offices, PKSF and InM headquarters to learn hands-on experiences.  Dr. Mustafa K. Mujeri, Executive Director, InM inaugurated the training programme and Dr. Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad, Chairman, InM, distributed the certificates to the participants in the closing ceremony.

 

NEPAL

The international training course titled “Advanced Microfinance Operations” was organised at InM Training Centre during 30 March – 4 April 2019 jointly with Banking Finance and Insurance Institute of Nepal Limited (BFIN), Nepal. A total of 11 participants attended the course from different MFIs of Nepal. This six-day training aimed at providing a detailed understanding of risks in microfinance programme operations and management through experience sharing and visit to BRAC, Grameen Bank, PKSF etc. This will help the Nepali practitioners replicate the hard learning in their respective organisations. The training sessions were facilitated by experienced resource persons of repute at home and abroad.

 

 

 CHINA
In collaboration with CICETE (China International Centre for Economic and Technical Exchanges), InM conducted a 3-day training on “Microfinance Product Design and Business Planning”. A total of 29 participants from different MFIs, Commercial banks, and Development Organisations attended the training course. Professor Du Xiaoshan, Chairman, China Association of Microfinance (CAM), inaugurated the training. Among others, Mr. Bai Chengyu, Director, Microfinance Division, CICETE, Ms. Ginger, Deputy Director, CICETE, were also present.

As part of international collaboration, an agreement has been signed between Institute for Inclusive Finance and Development (InM) and Lang Fang City WanXinHe Credit Guarantee Co. Ltd. (WanXinHe) to conduct training and microfinance operations.  

InM, in collaboration with DAIBANG, China organised a 5-day training on “Effective Management of Microenterprise Loans”, and “Microfinance Credit Delivery Process and Operations”, attended by the Branch Managers and Loan Officers of DAIBANG.

 

 

 

 

 

  TANZANIA
 In collaboration with UTT Microfinance, Tanzania, a 5-day training was organized on “Principles and Practices of Microfinance Program” in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Senior trainers of InM imparted the training. It is worth mentioning that high level management team of UTT Microfinance visited InM to gather microfinance experiences of PKSF and Partner Organisations (POs).   

 

 

 

  THAILAND
As a part of international training collaboration, InM and Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand jointly organised an International Training Programme entitled “Design and Development of Training Materials” at InM International Training Centre, Cox’s Bazar. The training was focused on the interactive learning packages that should be designed to cater the changing ways of training with the advancement of information technology. 23 (Twenty Three) national and international participants from different reputed institutions, MFIs, corporate entities and universities attended the training.