Microfinance for Small Enterprises: A Case from Uganda
This case study describes the work of the Community Organization for Rural Enterprise Activity Management (CREAM) in Uganda. The projects aims to enable households to improve savings capacity to meet uncertainties in life and investment capital needs, and strengthen social capital, thus improving household livelihood security. It specifically aims to improve quality of household life in order to meet basic needs including improved health; improved education; improved shelter, clothing and food at the household level; and enhance social networks in rural areas as a strategy for survival.
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