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Emerging Trends in Microfinance

To enable the transition of microfinance to a wellfunctioning and mature industry so that financial inclusion has a better social impact, the existing system needs to be strengthened by addressing certain core issues. The self-help group-bank linkage programme needs upscaling and structured financing to microfinance institutions is required if they are to get wide access to funds for a better approach that will enable them to deliver on their potential to reduce poverty.

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