In a study of women’s income-generating groups and individual women entrepreneurs in Uganda, the individual women were found to be more economically successful than the groups. This article argues that the need to maintain relationships, and observe bureaucratic procedures may contribute to the relative ineffectiveness of groups. This finding has important implications for development funders.
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