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Apr 1, 2006
Access to Credit for Businesswomen in Indonesia
Women-owned businesses represent 60% of the total micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) in Indonesia, offering an important contribution to Indonesia's economic growth. With so many women working in the MSME sector in Indonesia, access to credit for businesswomen becomes an important issue to consider.
Nov 1, 2005
Who Cares Wins: One Year On
The report, a joint IFC and Global Compact report on financial institutions' initiatives in 2005, indicates three global trends that have led investors to pay greater attention to environmental, social and corporate governance issues.
Oct 1, 2005
Who Cares Wins 2005 Conference Report: Investing for Long-Term Value
The 2005 Who Cares Wins conference brought together investors, asset managers, buy-side and sell-side research analysts, global consultants and government bodies and regulators to examine the role of environmental, social and governance in asset management and financial research.
Sep 1, 2004
Sustainability Banking in Africa
This report looks at the role of the financial sector in Africa in promoting sustainability and identifies a number of innovations demonstrating sustainability banking in different countries in Africa.
Jun 1, 2004
Who Cares Wins — Connecting Financial Markets to a Changing World
The focus of the report is a series of recommendations which taken together seek to address the central issue of integrating environmental, social and governance value drivers into financial market research, analysis and investment.
Oct 1, 2003
SRI in Asian Emerging Markets - ASrIA Reports
The purpose of this set of reports is to provide up-to-date and comprehensive information on the status of socially responsible investing (SRI) in seven of Asia's emerging markets and, through this work, to advise on potential next steps for further developing SRI in Asia.
Oct 1, 2003
Towards Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Emerging Markets
This report surveys the current status of socially responsible investment in emerging markets, assesses its growth potential, and recommends steps that could help catalyze that potential.
Jan 1, 2003
"Beyond Risk" is a casebook on sustainability in the emerging markets financial sector. It documents how the sector has increasingly integrated environmental issues into day-to-day operations.
Jan 1, 2001
Public Private Partnerships — Promoting Gender Equity — The Gender and Growth Assessment for Uganda
The Gender and Growth Assessment identified specific legal and administrative barriers to investment that have a gender dimension and suggested that Uganda could gain as much as 2% growth per annum by addressing gender inequalities.
Jan 1, 2001
Access to Finance for Women - Leveraging Donor Funding to Assist Highly Disadvantaged Women Across Africa
This report focuses on AWDF, an Africa-wide fundraising and grant-making initiative for African women. It is the first attempt at an Africawide philanthropic institution promoting social change through the funding of autonomous women's organizations.
Jan 1, 2001
Investing in People: Sustaining Communities Through Improved Business Practice
This Guide aims to further IFC's mission to "promote private sector investment in developing countries, which will reduce poverty and improve people's lives." It seeks to help interested companies by drawing on the community development experiences of some of the world's leading companies.