BIF2 will provide advice to companies with innovative business models that have the potential to create more jobs, income opportunities, products and services for poor people. BIF 1 has been in operation since 2010 and has already reached around 2 million people. BIF2 aims to multiply this reach, by developing existing programmes and expanding into new countries including Myanmar, Malawi and Nigeria.
Itad is developing and rolling out the M&E framework, training local teams how to use the framework and providing ongoing strategic direction and support. We have assembled a team of consultants skilled in private sector development, making markets work for the poor (M4P) approaches, and M&E.Image © Looking for water (Bagan, Myanmar). Photo credit: Jean-Marie Hullot