USAID’s Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project and the Joint Learning Network invite you to join us for a webinar on Wednesday, May 3rd, on engaging non-state actors in governing quality of care.
Non-state actors have the potential to contribute to governing quality — providing technical inputs on policy development, monitoring health service delivery, and promoting accountability in the health system—but they are often not well engaged or effectively involved in achieving the national health agenda.
As steward of the health sector, the government may use several instruments and strategies to engage the non-state actors, including policy and dialogue, information exchange, regulation, finance and production of health resources. The government can also promote self-regulation and accountability in the health sector to ensure delivery of quality care.
Publishers Weekly calls it a “must-read for anyone interested in the causes of—and potential solutions to—American poverty.” With the release of “The Financial Diaries: How Americans Cope in a World of Uncertainty”, authors Jonathan Morduch and Rachel Schneider offer further insights about how people spend, save, borrow and plan that inspire new ways of improving Americans’ financial lives. Join us to learn:
– Why stories from the profiled families points to a gap between the idea of what “middle-class” means and actual experiences;
– How the growing use of contract workers (the Gig Economy) means that more workers today have volatile income and bear more risk; and
– What the financial services industry can do to deal with cash flow volatility, featuring some innovative solutions to help “smooth” income and expense spikes.
Last year over 900 people joined in on #FinHealthMatters Day with over 2,000 tweets (#FInHealthMatters) and nearly 9 million impressions. This year, make sure your brand has a voice thunderclap of noise around what financial Health means and why it is important.
Join us for this 45-minute online training where we walk you through CFSI resources to help you make the most of this national day of recognition.
With 1.3 billion inhabitants in 2010, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) constitutes the largest single market for financial services. This webinar aims to be a first step in providing a picture of the extent and nature of financial inclusion in the PRC and the size and characteristics of the unbanked and underbanked market.
In 2017, SEEP – in partnership with Itad and the MasterCard Foundation Savings Learning Partnership – will host a webinar series to examine the market for commercial relationships between Savings Groups and FPS. The series will explore the potential market size, the factors of demand and supply that characterize the relationships between SGs and FSPs, and emerging evidence of impact.
WEBINAR SERIES: The Market for Commercial Relationships between Savings Groups and Financial Service Providers
Savings Groups provide basic financial services that meet most of the needs of most of their members. But the community-based model has some inherent limitations, and the financial service needs of SGs – and their members – evolve as groups mature.
The webinar will examine the demand for formal financial services by SGs and their members, including an estimate of the market size, the financial behaviour of SG members, the unmet needs for financial services by SGs and their members, the market opportunity for financial service providers, and the implications for the design of products and services for this market segment.
Moderator: David Panetta, The SEEP Network
Webinar will run from 9AM – 10:30AM