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Côte d’Ivoire | Impacting poverty through microfinance for women

Gloria Uwingabiye is a Research Fellow at the EIB-GDN program in Applied Development Finance, where she studied the impact of microfinance.

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Micro-Financing as a Means of Reducing Extreme Poverty: The Case of Senegal and The Gambia

This paper evaluates microfinance efforts in Senegal and The Gambia, and points to policy measures that can enhance poverty reduction through microfinance.

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Financial Inclusion and Microfinance in Latin American and Caribbean Nations

This one-year program addressed key issues related to financial inclusion and the role of micro credit instruments in the overall development of the economy and welfare state in Latin American and Caribbean countries.

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Inter-regional Research Program

Supported by Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Inter-regional Research Program (IRP) was targeted towards strengthening research and policy links between Latin America, Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific.

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Strengthening Institutions to Improve Public Expenditure Accountability

The five-year Global Research Project, Strengthening Institutions to Improve Public Expenditure Accountability built the capacity of 14 participating developing country organizations to monitor and analyze public expenditure choices and processes, and to engage constructively with policy officials on various policy options in the three sectors of health, education and water.

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