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The impact of Micro-finance program on the poor: A Comparative study of Grameen Bank, BRAC and ASA in some selected areas in Bangladesh

@article{Amin2011TheIO,
  title={The impact of Micro-finance program on the poor: A Comparative study of Grameen Bank, BRAC and ASA in some selected areas in Bangladesh},
  author={M. Amin and Md. Rashidul Islam Sheikh},
  journal={European Journal of Business and Management},
  year={2011},
  volume={3},
  pages={346-364}
}
The Grameen Bank (GB), BRAC and ASA in Bangladesh have developed a successful model of reaching credit to resource poor households that are generally bypassed by Government financial institutions. The article is mainly the comparison of the micro-finance program among the Grameen Bank, BRAC and ASA in Bangladesh. It includes the observations, general overview of micro-finance in Bangladesh. The comparison of the key indicators of microfinance services in Bangladesh. This paper includes some… Expand

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