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  • Sharma, Manohar

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These 14 policy briefs summarize lessons learned from IFPRI´s multicountry program on rural finance and household food security with regard to the poors' demand for financial services. The lessons are derived from detailed household surveys conducted in nine countries of Asia and Africa: Bangladesh, Cameroon, China, Egypt, Ghana, Madagascar, Malawi, Nepal, and Pakistan. The 14 summaries cover the results of research undertaken between 1994—2000.

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Paper provided by International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in its series MP05 briefs with number 0.

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Date of creation: 2000
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Handle: RePEc:fpr:mp05br:0

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Keywords: Finance Developing countries. ; Rural poor. ; Food security Asia ; Food security Africa ;

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