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Economic interest groups and their relevance for women's development



Economic interest groups and their relevance for women's development



Yearbook of co operative enterprise 1993: 185-194



Over the last few decades, the formation of economic interest groups at grassroots level has become a major development strategy in Africa, promoted both by governments and by non-governmental organizations. While governments tend to see the potential of a group approach for mobilizing political support or export production, NGOs see them as a means of strengthening the organizational capacity of the rural poor.

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