Table of contents for Women, poverty, and resources / Ponna Wignaraja.
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INNOVATIVE APPROACHES IN SOUTH ASIA
Grammeen Bank, Bangladesh
Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee, Bangladesh
Production Credit for Rural Women, Nepal
The Working Women's Forum (WWF) and the Working Women's Forum Credit Society (WWCS), India
The Self-Employed Women's Association and the SEWA Bank, India
The Fund for Poor Women in India
The Baldia Home Schools in the Kachhi Abadies of Karachi, Pakistan
SOME ESSENTIAL FEATURES AND LESSONS FROM THESE SOUTH ASIAN EXPERIENCES
POTENTIAL FOR INNOVATIVE APPROACHES IN AFRICA
The Development Education Programme of the Catholic Diocese of Machakos, Kenya
The Iringa Model, Tanzania
Savings Clubs and the Savings Development Movement, Zimbabwe
The Six S Association in the Sahel, Burkina Faso
INTIATING NEW PROGRAMMES IN LATIN AMERICA
Income Generation Project for Independent Workers, Colombia
Promocion del Desarrollo Popular, Mexico
A NEW SOUND FROM SENSITIVE DONORS
COLLABORATION BETWEEN SENSITIVE DONOR AGENCIES
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Women in rural development -- Developing countries.
Poor women -- Developing countries.
Rural development projects -- Developing countries.