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Learning Briefs | December 8, 2021

SILC Pro-Poor Strategy

The SILC Pro-Poor Strategy seeks to promote the inclusion of poorer community members in SILC. The strategy comprises promotional approaches, new group savings policies and SILC Private Service Provider (PSP) fee structures, revised language in all training materials to improve SILC outreach to the poor, and additional training sessions for project implementation staff and stakeholders on promoting SILC to poorer community members.

This brief describes the SILC Pro-Poor Strategy in detail, and is available for download in Letter format and in A4 format.