Impacts of Pay-It-Forward Loans for Women: Papua New Guinea Case Study

Sarah Kirkpatrick
Adam Goldstein
Jane Kim
Allison Luing

This case study delves deep into the origin and development of the PIF Loan initiative. Beginning with its conceptual foundation and the circumstances that led to its inception, the study sheds light on the key objectives and strategies that were employed to bring this initiative to fruition. Through further analysis of the tangible outcomes and results generated by the PIF loan initiative, the study discusses the impact on program beneficiaries and broader economic implications. However, understanding an initiative is not merely about recognizing its successes; it’s also about gleaning insights from its challenges. Therefore, this study offers a review of lessons learned from both the triumphs and hurdles encountered. Finally, based on these insights, the case study presents a set of recommendations aimed at refining future strategies and ensuring that subsequent iterations or similar initiatives are even more effective and impactful.

Research Type(s)
Report – Peer reviewed
April 18, 2024
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