Simple standards or burgeoning benchmarks ?

@inproceedings{Copestake2003SimpleSO,
  title={Simple standards or burgeoning benchmarks ?},
  author={James G. Copestake},
  year={2003}
}
What sort of standards or benchmarks (if any) could help to improve the social performance of microfinance organisations (MFOs)? I argue in favour of establishing a single universal standard for social performance, but one that is very simple and flexible. In brief it would stipulate that all MFOs should develop a clear policy that addresses the following questions. (1) What are your social performance goals, and what indicators do you use to monitor progress towards them? (2) How do you… CONTINUE READING

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