Microfinance Providing Security and Poverty Alleviation to Nicaragua
Date of Award
Undergraduate Capstone Project
Master of Liberal Studies
University College, Global Community Engagement
Micro-finance has been highly successful in alleviating poverty in Bangladesh by providing low interest no-collateral financing to women, who are unable to qualify for credit on their own. In Latin America, especially in Nicaragua, microfinance delinquencies are high and the benefits are not as great as they are in other parts of the World. Women are oppressed and are unable to provide economic opportunities for themselves or their families. Oversaturation of the microfinance market, improper lending practices, poor regulation and political turmoil has prevented microfinance in Nicaragua from providing low interest loans to those who need them most.
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Lane, Christopher M., "Microfinance Providing Security and Poverty Alleviation to Nicaragua" (2011). University College: Global Community Engagement Capstones. 18.