Women Empowerment Through Micro Credit: A Case Study Of Dinajpur, Bangladesh

@inproceedings{Zoynul2013WomenET,
  title={Women Empowerment Through Micro Credit: A Case Study Of Dinajpur, Bangladesh},
  author={Abedin Mohammad Zoynul and Moula Fahmida},
  year={2013}
}
  • Abedin Mohammad Zoynul, Moula Fahmida
  • Published 2013
In the present study an attempt has been made to know about the role of microcredit in income generating activities of women and its impact on their socio-economic empowerment. The target population of the present study was those women who had availed microcredit facilities from some microcredit providing institutions or organizations in district Dinajpur, Bangladesh. Survey method was used as a technique of data collection. The majority of population was illiterate or semi-literate, so… CONTINUE READING

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