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(10.) Grameen Communications, "Breaking the Vicious Cycle of Poverty Through Micro-credit" (2002), www.
''Of the estimated 12,000-13,000 people to receive training, 10,000 will be involved in construction and related activities, 1,500-2,000 in income-generating activities and micro-credit eligibility, and 1,500-2,000 in nutrition and child care,'' Iwasaki said.
Should she receive another micro-credit for her bakery, she knows exactly what she will do with the money.
These problems can be overcome at the local level, but expanding beyond the initial locale has proven difficult for those who have attempted to institute micro-credit programs in developing countries.
Having entered China's micro-credit market in 2008, FFH established four micro-credit companies under the brand FC by the end of 2017.
Micro-credit constituted 85 percent of the total advances of the lender.
In addition to micro-credit, a support service is available to give each project promoter an opportunity to reinforce his/her knowledge and increase his/he performance in entrepreneurship.
Une convention a ete signee, hier, a Alger entre l'Agence nationale de gestion du micro-credit (Angem) et la Federation algerienne des handicapes moteurs (FAHM) a l'occasion du Salon national de la micro-activite.