Human resource development is increasingly becoming more critical for microfinance institutions exhibiting rapid growth and operating in a highly competitive and dynamic environment.
AMI Africa 2009 offers a world-class training programme in Ghana, to allow microfinance managers and consultants to develop the perspective, and above all practical skills, necessary to improve and expand the microfinance services that their institutions offer.
The AMI Lucknow 2008 took off full swing in Hotel La Place Park Inn, Lucknow with around 30 participants, today morning the 17th November 2008. Two courses are offered for this session: Basic Financial Management and Internal Audit and Control.
AMI India 2008 was inaugurated on July 13, 2008 by Professor V.S Vyas whose Keynote speech addressed the Challenges and Opportunities of Microfinance in India.
In total, eight courses were offered during two extensive weeks: