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USAID 2004-01: Philippines - Energy through Microfinance

“Energy is essential to supporting business activities and improving the lives of the poor, thereby promoting economic growth. The GVEP Microfinance Workshop demonstrated that microfinance plays an important role in extending vital energy to people in need.” Evelyn Stark, Microenterprise Development (MD) Team, and Patricia Flanagan, Energy Team, submitted their account of the Microfinance Workshop they led May 19–21, 2004, in the Philippines.

PinoyME Foundation
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Stark, Evelyn; Flanagan, Patricia; microfinance; poverty alleviation; energy;
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