This 2 page brief highlights lessons learned and impacts from the microfranchise approach that Ethiopia piloted in the USAID-funded Feed...
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The “Avon Ladies” of Bangladesh
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Cracking the Nut
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From dairy farmer to businesswoman
In 2004, CARE piloted a project to address the problem of highly informal rural marketing and distribution system of Bangladesh, which deprives the poor’s access to many important products, information and income generating opportunities.
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