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Assessing the Relative Poverty of Clients and Non-Clients of Non-Bank Micro-finance Institutions in Tanzania: The Case of the Dar es Salaam and Coast Regions

"The overall objective of this study was to critically assess the relative poverty level of clients and non-clients of non-bank MFIs in Tanzania by using CGAP’s Poverty Assessment tool. The end results of this study wish to answer the question as ...

Combining Credit and Training to Support Micro and Small Enterprises in Ethiopia

Over the last two decades, the government of Ethiopia, in collaboration with other development actors, has implemented various programs to develop the Micro and Small Enterprises (MSE) sector. Developing the MSE sector aims to promote inclusive g...

Impact of Credit and Training on Enterprise Performance: Evidence from Urban Ethiopia

This study evaluates the impact of business-development-support programs (credit, training, and a combination of both) on the performance of micro- and small enterprises (MSEs) in Ethiopia. Using 2015 Ethiopian urban survey data and employing en...

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