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Research Programme on Microcredit and Microfinance



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The Virtual Library on Microcredit is intended to be a repository of information on alternative, non-conventional financial systems and microcredit issues.

Community mobilization and enviro-economic development also find a place here.

Keywords:

replication, scaling up, innovations and best practices, capacity building for Microfinance, microfinance, microcredit, community credit mobilization, informal credit markets, community participation, credit access for women, microenterprises, NGOs, community groups, people's organizations, self-help groups, credit unions, cooperatives, commercial banks, international NGOs/agencies, low-income countries, developing countries, Asia, Africa, Latin America, CEEC, Central and Eastern Europe

Currently, GDRC is focussing on the role of microfinance in its non-financial role, particularly in mobilizing/activating communities and in generating social capital.

It has also covered a number themes including: Environmental Colours of Microfinance, Financing Microenterprises, Improving Women's Access to Credit, Microfinance and Disasters, Microfinance Governance, etc.

More information on the WWW Virtual Libraries This GDRC programme is a designated 'WWW Virtual Library' on Microfinance
More information on GDRC's Community sphere
The Microcredit and Microfinance programme is part of
GDRC's Community Sphere

GDRC Logo The Global Development Research Center (GDRC) is an independent nonprofit think tank that carries out initiatives in the spheres of environment, urban, community, economy and information, and at scales that are effective.


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