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publié dans Agenda du développement rural le 10 mai 2012

14-16 Novembre 2012, Luxembourg – Semaine Européenne de la Microfinance

10 mai 2012

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Microfinance Week is the annual opportunity for networking with European microfinance actors working in developing countries. With a quality program, specialist speakers, professional moderators and focused participation, the conference promotes good practice and facilitates synergy amongst associates.

If you are active in microfinance, particularly if you are a member of the European Microfinance Platform, this conference is for you!

Expert panels and interactive discussions offer attendees the opportunity to learn more about the strategies of fellow European microfinance actors. Participants can also contribute to European responses to global microfinance challenges and share experience on common topics of interest. Our e-MFP Action Groups also provide a focal point for a range of specialist interests. In addition, creative supplementary activities and events offer further possibilities to network and to make new contacts.

European Microfinance Week will take place 14th – 16th November 2012 at the Abbaye de Neumunster, Luxembourg. The theme of this year’s event is “Combining strengths – delivering results”.

The e-MFP Action Group and training day on 14th November will be followed by two days packed with plenary, workshop and roundtable sessions.

e-MFP members have been invited to submit proposals for sessions and the deadline for submissions is 21st May 2012. For more information on how to submit a proposal or training, click here

For information on the fantastic sponsorship opportunities available at European Microfinance Week 2012 click here

Registration to European Microfinance Week 2012 will be available online in August.

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