Bibliography on SEWA

Carr, Marilyn, Martha Chen and Renana Jhabvala (Eds.) Speaking Out, Women’s Economic Empowerment in South Asia, Aga Khan Foundation Canada and UNIFEM.

Chen, Marta (1996), Beyond Credit: A Subsector Approach to Promoting Women's Enterprises, Aga Khan Foundation Canada and the Harvard Institute for International Development (HIID).

CGAP, The Hidden Beast: delinquency in Microenterprise Credit Programs, , CGAP Briefs and Focus Notes 1-5, Consultative Group to Assist the Poorest, World Bank

Jumani, U. (1989). Training for Women in the Informal Sector: The Experience of the Self-Employed Women's Association (SEWA), Ahmedabad, India in F. Fluitman (ed), Training for Work in the Informal Sector. Geneva: International Labour Organization.

Kalima Rose (1992), Where women are leaders: The SEWA movement in India, Vistaar Publications, New Delhi.

Katherine Stearns (1995),Assessing the Impacts of Microenterprise Interventions: A Framework for Analysis, Accion Discussion Paper no.5, 1991 , USAID AIMS Project.

Vyas, Jayashree (1992), "Banking with Poor Self-employed Women" in Savings and Credit: The NGO Factor, Bangalore: ActionAid (India).

Wignaraja, P. (1990), Women, Poverty and Access to Credit: Innovative Approaches. New Delhi: Sage Publications.

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