Microfinance India: The Social Performance Report, launched in 2011, is now an annual publication that captures the status and progress of microfinance sector in moving towards higher responsibility and social performance, alongside the growth in outreach and quantum of loans. The Social Performance Report 2013 evaluates the prevalent responsible finance standards and tools of assessments, as well as attempts to initiate a framework for tracking composite performance, financial and social, of MFIs year on year on a set of metrics. The report presents a discourse on the status, innovative cases, and gaps, in policies and practices of MFIs, including a deeper study of human resource practices. The theme on role of investors and lenders in ensuring that social performance of MFIs continues from previous years, with an added scrutiny of the question of these institutions being responsible funders. The interplay of social performance and compliance to the existing regulatory guidelines for MFIs is analysed separately. This yearas report for the first time includes a chapter on applying the responsible finance lens on the SHGabank linkage programme.Sitaramachandra Machiraju, World Bank, and Leena Bansode, Maharashtra State Rural Livelihood Mission (MSRLM), enthusiastically shared ... MicroSave, shared the work their organizations are doing and also results of the technical as- sistance to microfinance institutions (MFIs). ... HDFC Bank, Sarat Yadav, ICICI Bank, Bonam Srinivas, IndusInd Bank, Balaji Iyer, Standard Chartered Bank, Ajay Desai, Yes Bank, Praveen ... Nidhi Joshi and Praveen Shrivastava helped in analysis.
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