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CLOSE THIS BOOKMicro Credit Systems for Small Enterprises in Developing Countries - Practical guide (GTZ, 66 p.)
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Introduction
2. Micro credit system
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.0.1 Small loan amounts
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.0.2 Two loans per entrepreneur
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.0.3 Appropriate interest rates
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.0.4 Administration fee
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.0.5 Revolving fund
2.1. Determination of the project area and selection procedure of participants
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.1.1 Checking, consulting and monitoring of the businesses
2.2 Group formation and tasks - Cooperative concept
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.2.1 Group responsibilities
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.2.2 Sub-group formation and responsibilities
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.2.3 Constitutional aspects
2.3 Loan Insurance Fund
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.3.1 Sub-group saving
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.3.2 Sub-group co-guarantee
2.4 Loan range and disbursement system
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.4.1 Loan range
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.4.2 First loan disbursement system - step by step
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.4.3 Special requisites for gardener and farmers
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.4.4 Loan disbursement by cheque
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.4.5 Control of the loan investment
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.4.6 Second loan disbursement system - step by step
2.5 Loan repayment
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.5.1 Short repayment periods - short tenors
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.5.2 Calculation steps
2.6 Micro credit system schedules
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.7 Loan Insurance Fund and loan collections
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.7.1 Importance of signatures
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.7.2 Importance of books
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.7.3 Importance of control
3. Business management training
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3.1 Promotion and orientation meeting
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.1.1 Advisory Committee
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.1.2 General business aspects
3.2 Topics of the business management training
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.2.1 Connection to the practical work
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.2.2 Business management training as an ongoing course
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.2.3 Business checking, consultancy and monitoring
3.3 Additional skill training
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.3.1 Involvement of youth
4. Advice for organising a micro enterprise support projects
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1 Staff
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2 General administration work
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3 Loan Insurance Fund administration
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4 Loan administration
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3 Financial controls
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4 Project financing
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.5 Project evaluation
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5. Conclusion
VIEW THE DOCUMENTList of Abbreviations
List of Appendixes
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix I: Business Check Form
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix II: Individual Loan Application and Approval Form
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix III: LIF Savings Account Register
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix IV: Individual LIF Savings Receipt Card
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix V: LIF Savings Receipt
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix VI: Register of Loan Disbursement Accounts
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix VII: Individual Loan Repayment Receipt Card
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix VIII: Loan Repayment Receipt
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix IX: Loan Repayment Account Book
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix X: Final Interview
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