Applied Skills Training for Microfinance Practitioners
AMiDA (Academy for Microfinance Development in Asia) is MICRA Indonesia's annual training program that was first held in Bali, 2008. It brings intensive applied skills training to microfinance practitioners and stakeholders. Maintaining its quality standards, we only provide valuable knowledge from competent experts who have proven their skills and dedication in the microfinance industry.
AMiDA has cumulatively been attended by more than 600 participants both national and international joining to share ideas on how to help Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) manage better planning and strategies to become market leaders.
Why You Should Join AMiDA?
HIGH QUALITY TRAINING PROGRAM
KNOWLEDGE FROM COMPETENT EXPERT
First held in Bali, 2008, MICRA have ideas making a comprehensive learning program that can be effectively delivered to microfinance practitioners in order to improve soft skills in managing their institutions, was considered as one big step for us to contribute in the development of the industry.
with the theme 'Initiate, create and innovate in microfinance', AMiDA has held in May 2010. The lessons were detailed, comprehensive and practical, focusing not only on the "good to know" but also the "how to".
In response to the rapid changes occurring in the microfinance market, where MFIs are required to be adaptive and creative in facing global challenges and regulatory changes. AMiDA 2012 was held in Jakarta with the theme "Sustainable Microfinance: moving beyond traditional roles".
Was held in the Special Region of Yogyakarta with the theme: Poverty Alleviation: A question of MFI Public Accountability. It is one of MICRA's responsibilities to create awareness on this topic and to answer public questions regarding transparent and accountable microfinance management. "Accountability in MFIs is about connecting organizational goals and public trust".
AMiDA 2016 brings the theme "Following the Dynamic Movement of Microfinance" to respond to the rapid changes happening in the microfinance market, where MFIs are required to be adaptive and creative in facing global challenges and regulatory changes.
Women Cooperative of
Bhakti Asta Makmur.
The training is very useful for all participants, including myself. The course has given truly answered what I need to run my organization, the Women Cooperative of Bhakti Asta Makmur.
The course provides me with the very knowledge on developing and managing effective, modern, and efficient Microfinance Institutions (MFI). I believe that it will be beneficial to provide better services to our cooperative’s clients and public society.
Participants are coming from all over Indonesia, even from abroad, making us able to share ideas and exchange experiences based on our different cultures and characteristic.
Materials given are very interesting and delivered by trainers experienced in their field, while games during the training make us never feel any bored, what a lot of fun we have in the class! And the committees, are all very energetic, and fun, and truly caring for all participants; we really enjoy all activities during AMiDA.