Pins in the shoes of microfinance
AbstractThis note critically discusses the possible endogenous problems that microfinance sector in Bangladesh should seriously take into account. It also draws possible explanations and/or consequences of these factors. The broad understanding is that the sector should emphasize credit plus programs, skill development of borrowers, strong monitoring, product diversification, microenterprise for graduated members and micro-insurance to withstand shocks. For extreme poor, safety-net programs are better option than microfinance.
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Date of creation: 09 Apr 2012
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microfinance; bangladesh; microcredit; non-government organization; microfinance institution; problems;
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This paper has been announced in the following NEP Reports:
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