Other Programs

Monitoring and Evaluation: In order to ensure that the partner institutions are successfully implementing their program, GT conducts both onsite and offsite monitoring through evaluating monthly, quarterly and other different reports of the projects and through visiting their programs.

Technical Assistance: GT can aid a partner organization with a specific area of difficulty through timely and thoroughly monitoring and evaluation of its operations. GT resource persons indentify problems, if any, and provide necessary assistance to remedy the issues. These visits evaluate different parts of the program including program design, systems of internal control, outreach, impact, accounting, etc.

Audit: GT attaches great importance to both internal and external audits. It requires its partners to get their accounts externally audited, particularly those that have been provided with scaling up funds for their operations. GT also conducts audits of its ongoing direct implementation projects that are under implementation in different countries. External audit of the direct implementation projects are done either by local or international audit firms.

Consultancy: Grameen Trust offers consultancy services to those organizations that work towards setting up and implementing poverty focused microfinance programs around the globe. It also offers its services to directly implemented projects which need assistance.

Networking: GT is committed to working towards its vision of a poverty free world by acting as an international wholesale donor fund that channels financial and technical support to both aspiring and established micro-credit practitioners around the globe. To enhance its poverty alleviation activities, GT has established Grameen Global Network (GGN), a network of individuals and organizations working in this field. The GGN’s main objective is to develop through sharing and conceptual framework that underpins micro credit driven poverty production practices. The GGN helps GT in planning, co-coordinating and monitoring progress of sustainable micro credit programs for the poorest of the poor.

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