Financial Promise for the Poor: How Groups Build Microsavings

Financial Promise for the Poor How Groups Build Microsavings Contributors to this book cover current innovations in microsavings happening around the world They describe how savings group members in the developing world are avoiding many of the financial liabil

  • Title: Financial Promise for the Poor: How Groups Build Microsavings
  • Author: Kim Wilson Malcolm Harper Matthew Griffith
  • ISBN: 9781565493391
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • Contributors to this book cover current innovations in microsavings happening around the world They describe how savings group members in the developing world are avoiding many of the financial liabilities and debt of other microfinance programmes while gaining skills and finding opportunities in collective enterprise.

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    1 thought on “Financial Promise for the Poor: How Groups Build Microsavings”

    1. This is a very informative book about microsavings all over the world. After reading this book, I'm convinced that capital accumulation is a key ingredient in fighting poverty, perhaps even more than charity and conventional microlending. Several of the case studies explore savings groups that have evolved over generations through societal traditions, while others study groups that have been promoted by NGOs. Interestingly, some of the case studies look at groups years after external support has [...]

    2. This is a collection of case studies of different group microsavings development projects around the world by CARE, Oxfam, CRS, and others, assessing methodology and making general recommendations for this kind of project. For practitioners. See also Savings Groups at the Frontier.

    3. “Provides a useful overview of the current state of practice in an expanding field of approaches that is promoting the savings-led model. It usefully highlight the key questions and issues that this field is currently discussing.” - Enterprise Development and Microfinance

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