Pakistan

Lend With Care (LWC) Assessment Project Akhuwat Islamic Microfinance Report

This report is part of the Lendwithcare (LWC) assessment project and focuses on the evaluation of LWC Pakistani partner, the microfinance institution AIM Islamic Microfinance (AIM). The report was prepared by the University of Portsmouth (UoP), partner in the project, after a second wave of a household survey to a sample of AIM clients who have been supported by the LWC crowdfunding platform.

The study sample included 500 new AIM clients and 100 non-clients, first interviewed in 2015 by a team of independent interviewers recruited from local universities. The second wave of interviews took place in 2017, after all the clients had completed repaying their first loan (20 to 22 months later). [21 pages]
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Lend With Care (LWC) Assessment Project

This 21-page document  is part of the Lendwithcare (LWC) assessment project and focuses on the evaluation of LWC Pakistani partner, the Islamic microfinance institution Akhuwat. The report was prepared by the University of Portsmouth (UoP), partner in the project, after a second wave of a household survey to a sample of Akhuwat clients who have been supported by the LWC crowdfunding platform. This report offers an initial snapshot of how the lives of LWC supported entrepreneurs have changed since they became Akhuwat clients.  Read More...

Lend With CARE Akhuwat

This 21 page report highlights findings from the University of Portsmouth on Lendwithcare—a crowdsourced lending platform where individual donors can pick what businesses they want to fund. People who participate in Lendwithcare see higher incomes, a better quality of life, and stronger incomes. The project disbursed 11,300 loans between 2014-2017, with $760,000 in funding from individuals from all over the world. Read More...

Impact of the community infrastructure improvement project on women’s economic empowerment

This 43 page report highlights how working with women in the Community Infrastructure Improvement Pr... Read More...

Final evaluation community infrastructure improvement project

This 110 page external evaluation highlights the impact, relevance, and efficacy of the Department o... Read More...

Final ciip formative evaluation

This 65 page document highlights the results of the CIIP Read More...

Pefsa final study report-14march 2014 pakistan

This document decribes the imacts ofPEFSA--providing emergency relief and transitioning from relief ... Read More...

Final report care sindh evaluation 0811

The DEC Phase 1 project was implemented from August 2010 to February 2011 with a budget of £1,146,33... Read More...

Earthquake Response in Northern Pakistan Independent Evaluation

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