Depending on who you talk to, "insiders" claim everything from a run for higher office to a UN or NGO gig to hanging around for another 4 years! About the only thing I haven't heard is a return to the micro-lending business!
The micro-lending business was, at best, a PR exercise. It's not important how I know this, but that business is a classic strategic failure, taught in 1st year business. They wanted to be both a charity and a business... so they are neither and the results are so bad they're not even worth publishing, anywhere.
They have no cash. The premise was that lots of people will give them money for a 2% return and if the loan fails, that's ok too. So all the risk is in the hands of the lender but the compensation for this risk is the equivalent of a savings account. The poor woman who was stuck running it has heard the same thing over and over and over... "if you're a charity give me a receipt; if you are a business, pay me a reasonable return for taking this risk."
Any business/economics student would have been capable of explaining this within a few months of first year. Unfortunately, for so many people, the world is divided into "us" and "them" - I'm going to go out on a limb and assume M Helps sees business and economics students as "them." So... nothing useful from that group.
Aside from the intellectual laziness and immaturity of generalizations (example: us vs them), I'm still gob-smacked at the number of (supposedly) educated, otherwise adult people who rely on them... god help us. Social media is a great tool for bringing us all together.... hahahaha.