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Credit Unions and the Poverty Challenge: Extending Outreach, Enhancing…

by Bernd Balkenhol

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 922110852X, Paperback)

This book, prepared by international experts on microfinance, reviews experiences with refinancing credit unions in several countries in Africa, Asia and the Americas in an effort to improve their growth and outreach to the poor. It examines issues vital to credit unions such as refinancing and loan portfolios, external credit lines and debt finance. Drawing on proceedings from the 1995 World Summit for Social Development in Copenhagen, the books looks at what makes credit unions successful, how they can reach large numbers of the poor, and what they can do to operate more efficiently.

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