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ACPC 2001-03: The Small Farmers and Fisherfolk Indebtedness Survey Year 2000

The Small Farmers and Fisherfolk Indebtedness Survey (SFFIS), a continuing biennial activity of the Agricultural Credit Policy Council (ACPC), provides empirical information on the pattern of borrowing incidence, demand for credit, and possible constraints to loan access and repayment among small farmers and fisherfolk, which serve as important inputs to government policymakers considering that credit continues to be an important tool in the drive against rural poverty.

Agricultural Credit Policy Council
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Kraft, Norman William S.; Fernandez, Rebec A,; credit access; rural finance;
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