Economic empowerment of poor women: a review of microfinance programs for sustainable livelihood
Author: National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction (TNP2K)
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To assess whether agreed microfinance programs have increased access to community-based and institutional financial services for poor and vulnerable women; and
To assess whether the microfinance programs have built capacity in productive income generation among poor and vulnerable women.
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