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Viviane Azevedo

Viviane Azevedo es economista en la Unidad de Efectividad en el Desarrollo de BID Invest, donde apoya a los equipos de creación de proyectos, realiza evaluaciones de impacto, desarrolla herramientas para la medición y gestión del impacto, y lidera la colaboración con varios grupos de trabajo de MDB. Viviane tiene más de 10 años de experiencia en el diseño, supervisión y evaluación de proyectos de desarrollo. Anteriormente, trabajó en el BID en la Unidad de Oportunidades para la Mayoría, el Departamento de Investigación y el Sector Social. Antes de unirse al Grupo BID, Viviane fue profesora asistente de economía en el Loyola College en Maryland. Tiene un doctorado en economía de la Universidad de Illinois en Urbana-Champaign.

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How Are We Doing? Five Takeaways from Our Annual Impact Management Report

Multilateral development banks play a critical role in catalyzing private sector investment towards impact, which calls for robust impact management approaches. In addition to sharing how we do it (impact management practice), reporting on how we are doing (impact performance) is an essential element of our Impact Management Framework at IDB Invest, which we do annually through our Development Effectiveness Overview.

Does Access to Credit Make People Better or Worse Off?
Does Access to Credit Make People Better or Worse Off?

Traditional credit screening approaches are based on qualifications that many low-income applicants do not have: credit histories, collateral, and verifiable income streams. What if these applicants could be assessed differently?

Impact management in action: takeaways for the private sector
Impact management in action: takeaways for the private sector

As the impact investing industry continues to grow – doubling from US$114 billion in assets under management in 2016 to US$228 billion in 2017, so have efforts to standardize how impact investments are measured and managed.

Why is additionality key for private sector development finance?
Why is additionality key for private sector development finance?

To meet the ambitious targets laid out by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it is necessary to accelerate collective action, coordination, and resource mobilization across the public and private sectors. Public sector resources alone are not sufficient to bring development finance from the “billions to trillions” required to achieve the SDGs.