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Comparing M4P and SLA frameworks: complementarities, divergences and synergies Image

Promoting Inclusive Markets and Financial Systems

Comparing M4P and SLA frameworks: complementarities, divergences and synergies

Comparing M4P and SLA frameworks: complementarities, divergences and synergies

Summary

This question at the heart of this paper is: how should  development agencies - and governments - respond to the situation of poor households like Fatima’s: whose livelihoods  are intertwined through markets with socially, politically or geographically remote actors and processes? What ways of thinking, what approaches, will assist their staff to make the best decisions about how to intervene?

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