The impact of the International Food Policy Research Institute's research program on rural finance policies for food security for the poor

The impact of the International Food Policy Research Institute's research program on rural finance policies for food security for the poor

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This study examines the contributions of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) between 1993 and 2001 to analysis, outreach, capacity building, and training related to the role of rural finance in poverty reduction. The IFPRI multicountry research project on Rural Finance Policies for Food Security for the Poor involved data-intensive research by more than 14 research fellows on the impacts of access to rural financial services in countries. This report examines the contribution of the program within four countries where microfinance research and outreach activities were conducted and its contribution to global knowledge about rural finance and food security....It addresses issues of critical importance: (1) does microfinance have an impact on the poor, and is this impact achieved through better risk management as well as increased income generation?, (2) does the structure of financial service providers matter in supporting this impact?, and (3) how can the microfinance industry be made more sustainable?.... Malawi, Bangladesh, Ghana and Nepal were selected for analysis of research impacts.q -- taken from Authors' Abstract.This state of affairs provided an entry point for the IFPRI researchers in the microfinance policy dialogue as ... As the formal IRFPP Malawi research proposal for Malawi was being created, MRFC management provided regular input intoanbsp;...


Title:The impact of the International Food Policy Research Institute's research program on rural finance policies for food security for the poor
Author: Alwang, Jeffrey, Puhazhendhi, V.
Publisher:Intl Food Policy Res Inst - 2002-12-23
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