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International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Developing Inclusive Financial Systems: How Can Funders Support Microfinance Effectively
Natasa Goronja manages IFC's Bosnia microfinance project and is also working with the IFC to transfer knowledge on responsible finance in the Kyrgyz Republic and Azarbaijan. The project in Bosnia works to advance the issues of overindebtedness in the country as well as to promote regulatory changes necessary for more effective market functioning. Prior to her joining the IFC, Natasa spent two years with Indonesia with MICRA, a local training, rating and consulting company. Before MICRA, she worked with CGAP in Washington (2001 - 2007). She has been on the faculty of the Boulder Microfinance Training Program for twelve years and has delivered a number of microfinance training courses for funders with CGAP, the World Bank, UNCDF and others.