USAID aims to promote inclusive market development through efforts to support households and smallholders improve their well-being while participating in market systems. This Microlinks Seminar Series provides a venue for practitioners, donors, and researchers to explore emerging evidence and practice on effective ways to promote inclusive markets to a wide spectrum of people living in poverty. Themes will include graduation strategies, inclusive value chain development, private sector engagement, agricultural and rural finance, gender, and emerging areas within USAID such as mobile solutions, youth, and diaspora.
Come in person and enjoy coffee and a bagel or join us online to stay connected with the latest research on inclusive market development and the frontiers of microenterprise conducted by USAID and its partners. If you are unable to attend, you’ll find all of the post-event resources on the site. Be sure to subscribe to receive all seminar updates.