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It has been a universally accepted fact that micro-financing is a very Successful instrument for eradication of poverty. Most of the governments in developing Countries are encouraging micro-financing for alleviation of Poverty and Empowerment of Women in their countries. In India also NABARD has been playing a leading role in micro-financing programme for the last' two decades now. This Model involves the SHGs financing directly by the Banking agencies viz. Commercial Banks (Public Sector and Private Sector), Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) and Co-operative Banks. It has encouraged lending through Self-Heip Groups (SHGs) after achieving successful Results from a pilot project of 500 SHG Bank linkage programmes in 1992- Now it is the largest micro financing programme anywhere in the world. As on Mar. "31, 2008 there were 34,77,965 SHGs which were formally linked to the banking system. The number of SHGs comprising only women members were over 90%. About 6 crore Poor households in the Country have gained access to micro-financing from the forma! banking system through the SHG-bank linkage programme. At present more than 400 women join the SHG Movement every hour in India and one Ngo joins micro-finance programme of NABARD everyday. This book has been divided into three parts, incorporates articles/research papers contributed by scholars who belong to different Universities, Colleges, Institutions and professionals (some of them are from foreign countries). The contributors have presented their Views analytically which are connected with the different aspects of Micro-finance and Self-Help Groups performance and their role in socio-economic empowerment of women- The papers contributed for this book have been grouped in different Sections. Section I: Empowerment of Women through SHGs and Micro-Finance; Section II: Self-Help Group and Micro-Fin a nee' Section III: Micro-finance and Poverty Reduction; Section IV: Women Employment' Section V: Women Entrepreneurs; jnd Section VI, Gender Issues.
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Book Description Mittal Publications. Condition: New. pp. 1392 , Figures, , Seller Inventory # 7370890
Book Description Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 251689