This book reflects the implications of a social performance management agenda for the perspective of twelve partners from Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe, who participated in a five-year microfinance action-research programme known as Imp-Act. It features contributions from MFI staff who worked with Imp-Act directly, as well as from members of Imp-Act’s academic team, who worked closely with the partners.
Naila Kabeer co-authors two chapters in the book:
Chapter 5 “Methodological and organizational lessons from impact
assessment studies: the case of SHARE, India” Marie Jo A. Cortijo and Naila Kabeer
Chapter 6 “The challenge of sustainability in India’s poorest state:
the case of the Centre for Youth and Social Development
(CYSD)” Anup Dash and Naila Kabeer