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    Delhi Business Review X Vol. 10, No. 2 (July - December 2009) Case Study MICRO FINANCE THE NEW MANTRA OF RURAL FINANCE TO REDUCE POVERTY Kanika Taneja* “Micro-credit is something which is not going to disappear... because this is a need of the people, whatever name you give it, you have to have...
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  • ABR Guidelines 2013
    conducted to resolve problematic issues in or interrelated among functional areas. These problematic issues could be treated either from Macro or Micro perspectives or be strategically treated as effort for enhancing efficiency and effectiveness of managing and creation of shareholders value. Thus ABR...
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  • Micro Finance
    AN EXAMINATION OF THE SUSTAINABILITY OF MICRO-FINANCE INSTITUTIONS IN GHANA CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1. Background Of The Study The concept of micro-finance is not new in Ghana. There has always been the tradition of people saving and/or taking small loans from individuals and groups within the...
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  • Economic models for peace, growth and poverty alleviation and resolution of conáict in Nepal, July 2010-July 2011
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  • Internal Controls and Organization Performance
    PROPASAL SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ADMINISTRATION IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT FOR THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE AWARD OF DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF PROJECT PLANNING AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP UGANDA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY MARCH 2012 LIST OF ACRONYMS ...
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  • An Empirical Review of Risks and Critical Causes of Failure of Credit Unions and Other Microfinance Organisations in Ghana – a Case Study of ‘Home at Last’ Credit Union, Kumasi.
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  • Community Development Dynamics in Ghana
    this report is to explain what I did and learned during my internship period with the Africa Assistance Plan (AAP) in the Water and Sanitation and Micro Finance Programmes respectively. The report is also a requirement for the partial fulfilment of Trent in Ghana (TIG) international development studies program...
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  • Evaluation of Microfinance and Women Empowerment: Case Study on Grameen Bank in Northern Bangladesh
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  • Role of Micro Finance
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  • The Role of Microfinance Banks in the Promotion and Development of Entrepreneurship in Semi Urban and Rural Areas
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    I Business Regulatory Framework BRFW II Financial Accounting FACC III Business Environment BNEV IV Total 400 Semester -II Business CommunicationII BUCN V Business Economics BECO VI Corporate Accounting COAC VII Total Marks: 2400 B.Com Speciality Programmes Accounting and Finance with course code Business...
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  • effect of microfinancing on small scale business
    contribution of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to economic growth and sustainable development is globally acknowledged (CBN, 2004). There is an increasing recognition of its pivotal role in employment generation, income redistribution and wealth creation (NISER, 2004). The micro, small and medium...
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  • The Role of Dfis in Promoting Smes Development in Nigeria
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  • The Imapct of Microfinance Banks on the Development of Smes
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    International Business Strategic Management Business Research Methods Software Solutions for Business 4- Electives SEMESTER – IV 6 Minor Electives Project L 3 3 2 2 2 3 2 3 L 2 2 1 2 2 2 8 L 12 - T 2 2 2 T 2 2 2 2 T 1 1 1 - P 4 2 2 TOTAL P 2 2 2 TOTAL P 4 C 3 3 3 2 3 2 2 1 1 20 C 3 3 2 2 2 4...
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  • Financial Inclusion
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