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Micro-credit and emotional well-being: experience of poor rural women from Matlab, Bangladesh



Micro-credit and emotional well-being: experience of poor rural women from Matlab, Bangladesh



World Development Oxford 29(11): 1957-1966



Development programmes concerned with material improvement for participants, ignore the impact of subjective factors such as discrepancy between expectation and achievement, and anxieties and tensions resulting from newly adopted nontraditional roles by women on their emotional and physical well-being.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0305-750x(01)00069-9


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