Capacity Building, Pillar of Micro Finance

@article{Sapovadia2007CapacityBP,
  title={Capacity Building, Pillar of Micro Finance},
  author={Vrajlal K. Sapovadia},
  journal={ERPN: Other Investors (Sub-Topic)},
  year={2007}
}
  • V. Sapovadia
  • Published 19 March 2007
  • Economics
  • ERPN: Other Investors (Sub-Topic)
The typical micro finance clients are self-employed, household-based entrepreneurs & low-income persons that do not have access to formal financial institutions and suffers lack of business skill. Micro entrepreneurs face many hurdles in getting startup financing, and they sometimes lack the skills necessary to manage the financial aspect of their business. They are unable to choose business line and in large number of cases they indulge in particular business by default. As a result, many… 
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