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Practical Microfinance - A training manual
This training manual is designed to meet the needs of those who train staff for banks, MFIs and NGOs. It will enable them to provide effective training for those who work, or may in the future work, in the field of microfinance.

Publisher: Practical Action Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Introduction
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‘New paradigm microfinance’– what is it?
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Introduction to financial accounts and analysis
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Field visits to microbusinesses
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Rates of return and the cost of money
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Visit to microfinance groups
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Financial analysis of a microfinance institution
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Planning for MFI profitability
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Marketing microfinance
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Men and women as clients for microfinance
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Arrears and defaults – definition and measurement
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‘Graduation’ and individual loans
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Individual versus group lending – the pros and cons of each
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Bangladesh Grameen groups or self-help on-lending groups?
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Subsidies – when and how?
pp. 110-118(9)
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Commercial banks and microfinance
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The need for microsavings services
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Micro-insurance
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MFI staffing – recruitment and motivation
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Management information systems – selection and design
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Measuring the impact of microfinance
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The ‘downside’ of microfinance
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Regulation and supervision – by whom and how?
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