Optimal Modalities Towards Increasing the Access of the Poor to Micro-credit Facilities: Main Report, Final
ESRF, 2000 - Microfinance - 54 pages
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THE MICROFINANCE AND TRAINING INSTITUTIONS IN TANZANIA
MODALITIES OF MICROCREDIT AND TRAINING INSTITUTIONS
115 households Appendix Table Arusha average loan Bank of Tanzania beneficiaries BFIA borrowers capital injections chapter clients collateral cost-income ratios CRDB credit delivery credit services Dodoma donor established existing MFIs financial services financial sustainability FINCA formal financial institutions government and public Grameen Bank group lending households and MSEs interviews KNCU lack legal and regulatory lending rate linkage loan portfolio loan repayment rates Mbeya MEDA MFIs covered Micro Credit Facility micro-credit services micro-enterprises Micro-Finance Institutions micro-finance services micro-financial services mobilise savings modality of credit MSEs surveyed Mtwara Mwanza NGOs Non-Governmental Organizations organizational structure outreach Poverty Africa Poverty Alleviation poverty eradication PRIDE productive economic public sector institutions Regions Surveyed regulatory framework rural and urban rural areas SACCOS Salaam sampled households Savings and Credit Savings Savings Savings SEDA six regions start-up capital sub-sector Tshs urban areas WDF and YDF WMCF women and youth