“Microfinance 3.0” – Perspectives for Sustainable Financial Service Delivery
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Over the last three decades, microfinance has matured into a sustainable and scalable development finance approach. By the end of the last decade, microfinance had developed towards full financial self-sufficiency, which was considered a breakthrough for mainly NGO-type institutions, serving millions of clients already at that time.
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