Microfinance and women empowerment Tej Hari Ghimire
Microfinance and women empowerment1.Microfinance in women empowerment21.1.Leadership quality21.2.Mobility21.3. Control over assets 31.4. Decision on expenses 31.5. Girls to boys education ratios 41.6. Participation in planning and implementation of community programs 52. Conclusion 6
Leadership quality Randomized control trail groups Total Loan group Control groupLeadership Yes Table % 10.0 13.3 23.3qualityimproved No Table % 40.0 36.7 76.7Total Table % 50.0 50.0 100.0
Freedom of mobility Randomized control trail groups Total Loan group Control group Yes Table % 33.3 30.0 63.3Freedom ofmobility No Table % 16.7 20.0 36.7Total Table % 50.0 50.0 100.0
Control over assets Randomized control trail groups Total Loan group Control group Yes Table % 10.0 13.3 23.3Control overassets No Table % 40.0 36.7 76.7Total Table % 50.0 50.0 100.0
Girls to boys ratio Randomized control trail groups Control Table TotalGirls to boys education ratio Loan group group Mean Mean MeanLiterate women to men ratio 1.29 .93 1.11Girls to boys primary .44 .52 .48education ratioGirls to boys secondary .72 .20 .46education ratioGirls to boys higher .10 .00 .05education ratio
Women participation 100.0% 75.0% Values 50.0% 25.0% 0.0% Lo ngr u a op C n lgro p o tro u TotalP rtic a n inp nnn andim m ntatio o com u a ip tio la i g ple e n f m nity d e m t p g ev lop en ro rams Participation in planning a imple nd mentatio of com n munity development programs Yes Participation in planning a imple nd mentatio of com n munity development programs No T tal o
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