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Making Micro-Finance Work in Remote and Rural Areas with Low Population Densities

Making Micro-Finance Work in Remote and Rural Areas with Low Population Densities

Summary

This paper, written for the Microcredit Summit, 2002, describes the roles of SCOs in providing access to financial services in Nepal and argues that, for the sustainable development of the SCOs, members must eventually take responsibility and run their activities  themselves. The paper describes the modalities of a federative model, as well as advantages, disadvantages, and conditions for federations. The paper further describes principles and practices for designing financial services that may reach the poor in the Hills of Nepal. The context of existing financial services in Nepal and its major players are also examined.

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