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Understanding Microfinance - Intensive field study course in Bangladesh
Category: Microcredit | By Editor, 3-May-2013 | Viewed 3697  Comments 0
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Visit the birth place of contemporary microfinance to see how it actually works. Christoph Schultz (understandingmicrofinance@gmail.com) is planning an intensive field study course on Microfinance to take place in Bangladesh this coming November. Registration is limited to nine. Cost is $2,900 plus airfare. Registration deadline is 31 July 2013. Sponsorships are welcome. If you have an interested in this trip but don't have the funding contact Christoph for options.

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