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Type Journal Article - Global Journal of Human-Social Science Research
Title Impact of Micro-credit Management System of an NGO in Socio-economic Development of Rural Women in Perspective of Bangladesh
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Volume 15
Issue 2
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2015
URL http://socialscienceresearch.org/index.php/GJHSS/article/view/1380
Abstract
Bangladesh is a developing country and most of the people live in under the poverty line. As a non-profit sector of a country, beside Government Organizations (GO’s), Non- Government Organizations (NGO’s) are truly vital cog in the paradigm of social development in Bangladesh. It is generalized that Civil Society Organizations (CSO’s) and NGO’s have created jointly a new era of partnership in poverty alleviation activities, gender sensitive issues, education, health and been giving competent sustainability in the socioeconomic conditions of Bangladesh. Since the NGO’s are aimed to spreading awareness in people, strengthening and institutionalization of democracy promotion as well as ensuring maximum people participation in community driven development approach. “Jagorani chakro” is one of the wellknown and dedicated NGO’s in Bangladesh. The paper represents the microcredit system of this NGO’s and how the rural women play an important role in their family and society using microcredit loan.

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Ahammed, Benojir, and Israfil Shahin Seddiqe. "Impact of Micro-credit Management System of an NGO in Socio-economic Development of Rural Women in Perspective of Bangladesh." Global Journal of Human-Social Science Research 15, no. 2 (2015).
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