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This Grameen Foundation study provides a new view of the double bottom line business case for designing and implementing separate product lines for very poor households. Grameen Foundation worked directly with two microfinance institutions – Fonkoze in Haiti and The Small Enterprise Foundation (SEF) in South Africa. The social missions of both institutions direct them …
This paper presents a cost-benefit analysis of the first cohort (2002-03) of selected ultra poor (SUP) households of Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee’s (BRAC) Challenging the Frontiers of Poverty Reduction program (CFPR). The analysis calculates program benefits using primary data collected through a set of surveys. It measures benefit as the increase in expenditure on food …
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