Analysis of Credit Schemes Benefiting Rural Women in Selected African Countries. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1988. Print.

Title

Analysis of Credit Schemes Benefiting Rural Women in Selected African Countries. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1988. Print.

Subject

Africa, finance, Kenya, Malawi, Sierra Leone, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Description

Selected table of contents

1.Introduction and Background
2.Analysis of Credit Schemes Benefiting Women Farmers
3.Credit Schemes in Various Countries

3.1 Kenya
3.1.1 Types of credit available
3.1.2 Government credit schemes
3.1.3 The Kenya Women's Finance Trust
3.1.4 Project for People's Participation in Rural Development

3.2 Malawi
3.2.1 Main Financial institutions
3.2.2 The MOA's credit scheme

3.3 Sierre Leone
3.3.1 Credit systems
3.3.2 Yoni Rural Bank
3.3.3 Integrated agricultural development projects
3.3.4 People's Participation in Rural Development

3.4 Zambia
3.4.1 Types of credit institutions
3.4.2 Zambia Cooperative Federation-Financial Services
3.4.3 Barclays Bank scheme

3.5 Zimbabwe
3.5.1 Credit institutions
3.5.2 Savings clubs
3.5.3 The role of non-governmental organizations
3.5.4 Formal credit
3.5.5 Community Development Fund
3.5.6 Trust fund projects

Summary, conclusions and recommendations.

Citation

“Analysis of Credit Schemes Benefiting Rural Women in Selected African Countries. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1988. Print.,” African Ephemera Collection, accessed July 21, 2024, https://collections.libraries.indiana.edu/africancollections/items/show/8832.