measures adopted by 12 leading micro-lending institutions to attract women borrowers. It also describes the moves by such institutions to increase their loan coverage and savings mobilization by strengthening linkages with the formal financial sector. The challenge is to reap the benefits
of scaling-up, without compromising on the unbureaucratic approaches found to work in attracting women microentrepreneurs.
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