|Other titles||DENIVA study report September 2002, DENIVA study on micro finance for poverty eradication|
|Contributions||Development Network of the Indigenous Voluntary Associations of Uganda.|
|LC Classifications||HG178.33.U33 K38 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 44 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||2003408903|
Microfinance interventions have the capacity to increase incomes, contribute to individual and household security, and change social relations for the better. However, it may not be assumed, argue the authors of this book, that they will do so and it may often be more effective in terms of poverty reduction to combine credit provision with other development activities. Micro-credit, poverty and empowerment: Linking the triad New Delhi: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd doi: / Burra, Neera, Joy Deshmukh-Ranadive and Ranjani K. Murthy, eds. Micro-Credit, Poverty and Empowerment: Linking the Triad. New Delhi: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, doi: / microfinance as achieved its own objectives to reach the poorest of the poor, to ensure a positive measurable impact on the lives of clients and their families, to build financially self-sufficient institutions, and to reach and empower the women and the youth in society who are believed to be among the poorest in society. Poverty reduction wasFile Size: KB. The microfinance industry has evolved from its earliest roots as a social movement to a multifaceted financial services industry for the poor. The aim of this research is to add to the existing literature by exploring the poverty reduction approach and financial systems approach to microfinance and its implications on poor ruralAuthor: Cardin A. Le.
Impact of Micro Finance on Poverty Alleviation. (). Poverty Reduction Strategies i n Pakistan: What The book provides an overview of microfinance by addressing a range of issues. poverty reduction through microfinance are. Third, it examines the spillover effects of microfinance, to determine whether the program benefits households beyond those that participate. Finally, it examines the aggregate poverty effect of microfinance to determine whether there is a society-level impact of micro-finance on poverty reduction. microfinance programs in most countries partly because most MFIs do not offer products and services that are attractive to this category.8 Thus, to increase the overall impact of microfinance on poverty reduction, it is essential to extend a wide range of services on a continuing basis to the poor who are still excluded from the benefitsFile Size: KB. Scaling up poverty reduction: case studies in microfinance (English) Abstract. The CrediAmigo microfinance program mounted by Brazil's Banco do Nordeste (BN) shows how an international financial institution like the World Bank can be a useful catalyst in the development of microfinance retail capacity. The World Bank's patient, Cited by: 9.
The Effect of Microfinance on Poverty Reduction in Developing Economies: /ch The study explores the contributions of microfinance to poverty reduction. The study used a descriptive design to establish the relationship between salesCited by: 1. Microfinance investment funds are a recent development that will grow in importance. These funds expand the range of opportunities for financing microfinance institutions, enabling them to offer greater outreach and diversity of products for microentrepreneurs and small businesses. Microfinance now. This article examines the relationship between microfinance and poverty reduction at the macro-level, using cross-sectional data covering microfinance institutions (MFIS) for The cross-sectional data are supplemented by a two-period ( and ) panel data of microfinance institutions in 57 developing by: Microfinance is a novel way to extend credit to the rural poor. People from economically weaker sections as well as those from the backward and SC/ST community account for a sizeable propor-tion of Author: Kamal Vatta.