A summary of new Blogs and Resources added to the BEAM Exchange during November 2017
- From land tenure security to financial inclusion Clara Garcia Parra, Nathan Associates
The Land Investment for Transformation (LIFT) in Ethiopia has been looking at ways to stimulate farmers to invest in their land.
- What evidence is there for the impact of market systems development? James Robinson, ITAD
The strength (or weakness) of evidence to support use of the market systems approach is a topic that always provokes heated debate. As part of ITAD’s work with BEAM they recently completed a second annual review of evidence in the BEAM Evidence Map.
- Measuring market development: a handbook for funders and implementers of financial inclusion programs. Patrick Spaven & Karina Nielson, CGAP
How do funders of financial inclusion programmes know if, and how, development programmes are making a difference?
- 'Action research' in Peru's wood and furniture sector: carving out a new approach for better jobs. Callie Ham, The Lab, ILO
A snapshot of the Lab's adaptive management approach through 'action research' initiatives in Peru's wood and furniture sector.
- Leveraging improved land security to improve access to credit: how the LIFT project in Ethiopia promotes financial inclusion
Lessons learned from access to finance interventions within the Land Investment for Transformation Programme (LIFT) in Ethiopia.
- Market systems approach to financial inclusion. Guidelines for Funders Deena Burjorjee & Barbara Scola, CGAP
Guidelines providing emerging lessons on how funders can facilitate the development of inclusive financial services markets.
- ENABLE2 case study: National Assembly Business Environment Roundtables (NASSBER) David Elliott & Adenike Kazalma Mantey, ENABLE2.
Enhancing Nigerian Advocacy for a Better Business Environment (EMABLE) is supporting NASSBER , the National Assembly, the private sector and the legal profession in Nigeria to facilitate the prioritisation and passing of critically important legislative Acts and Amendments.
- Northeast Nigeria Joint Livelihood and Market Recovery Assessment Mercy Corps
An assessment of market dynamics and agricultural production in Northeast Nigeria. This publication identifies pathways for more effective support of early recovery efforts in a region experiencing a protracted and complex humanitarian crisis.