Fundacion Paraguaya Research Report
Ashley Armstrong / Michelle Maddex / Amanda Nelson
In this report, the team critically examined the strengths and weaknesses that they observed at Fundacion Paraguaya in several areas: organizational structure; market demands and consumer behavior; education, support and relationships; and poverty impact measurement.
Microfinance: A Tool for Diminishing Food Insecurity
This research looks at the primary factors affecting food insecurity in Paraguay, and it examines how microfinance alleviates food insecurity and how it can make an even more significant impact on the problem.
Applying Lessons from Women’s Economic Behavior to Create MFI Savings Products for Women’s Committees
Poor women face unique financial pressures – they are often the “managers” of their household and carry greater parenthood responsibilities. Understanding the “uniqueness” in the way women save can be used to create saving products specifically for women’s committees served by MFIs.