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Microfinance and Non-Financial Services For Very Poor People: Digging Deeper to Find Keys to Success

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  title={Microfinance and Non-Financial Services For Very Poor People: Digging Deeper to Find Keys to Success},
  author={},
  year={2006}
}
  • Published 2006
  • Economics
v Introduction and Purpose of Research 1 Definition and Status of Poverty 2 Role of Microfinance in Serving Very Poor People 2 Challenges in Serving Very Poor People 2 Overview of Existing Poverty-Focused Microfinance Approaches 3 To Target or Not to Target 5 Products and Services 5 Non-financial Development Interventions 6 Organizational Features 8 

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