Essays about: "Case study of illiteracy in India"
Found 2 essays containing the words Case study of illiteracy in India.
1. Financial Inclusion in the Age of FinTech: A multiple case study of FinTech companies’ role for financial inclusion in IndiaUniversity essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School
Abstract : Today, there exists a global problem of financial exclusion, meaning that over two billion people and 200 million micro, small and medium-sized businesses have limited access, or no access at all, to basic formal financial services and products. The problem of financial exclusion is most severe in developing countries and despite various initiatives undertaken by governments and NGOs, the progress towards financial inclusion has been slow. READ MORE
2. Stronger Women, Stronger Societies: - A case study of micro credit and women empowerment in Southeasten IndiaUniversity essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen
Abstract : Micro credit has become a popular tool in the fight against poverty. All over the world, economists and practitioners have adopted the topicality. At the same time, an increased awareness of the situation of women is noticeable. In particular, marginalized women are discussed since they face poverty, illiteracy, low caste/casteless and gender gap. READ MORE