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Old 02-20-1996, 06:24 PM
hk31 at columbia.edu
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(Pardon me for multiple posting.)

I am undertaking a research project at Women's World Banking on
non-financial business development programs for micro and small
businesses. We are interested to identify factors contributing to the
success of non-financial programs and services from cases around the
world. Would anyone who knows not-well-known but innovative
programs/services be kind to give me leads?

Categories of programs and services to be considered in this three-month
research include: technology transfer, general business training,
sub-sector specific initiative, commercial services, individual
mentoring/counseling, to give a few examples. Our focus is the bottom
half population in the developing countries, but relevant cases from the
developed world are also welcome.

Please direct your email to:

hk31@columbia.edu
or wwb@igc.apc.org (please write "mail to Hideki" under "Subject")

Thank you.

Hideki Kagohashi
Research Consultant
Women's World Banking
8 West 40th Street
New York, NY 10018
Tel: (212) 768-8513
Fax: (212) 768-8519


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Old 02-21-1996, 10:18 AM
pbowman at london2.skn.ne
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At 06:21 PM 2/20/96 -0500, you wrote:
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>(Pardon me for multiple posting.)
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>I am undertaking a research project at Women's World Banking on
>non-financial business development programs for micro and small
>businesses. We are interested to identify factors contributing to the
>success of non-financial programs and services from cases around the
>world. Would anyone who knows not-well-known but innovative
programs/services be kind to give me leads?
>
The Women's Initiative Networking Groups (WINGS) provides entrepreurial
training to women in Appalachian Kentucky. They offer a 12 week course in
personal life assessment and business planning. It's a mobile training
course in that it moves into a different county for each 12 week cycle.
Please contact Jeannie Brewer, Executive Director, WINGS, 433 Chestnut
Street, Berea, Ky. 40403 or call (606) 986-2373 or fax (606)986-1299.


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Old 02-21-1996, 10:45 AM
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You should contact MS Foundation in New York. They have coordinated a
national initiative on microenterprise for low-income women. Will have
lots of contacts.
Best of luck.
Betsy Taylor


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Old 02-23-1996, 01:14 PM
ECDBILL at aol.com
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check with the Self Employment Learning Project (SELP) at the Aspen Institute
they publish an extensive directory of microenterprise programs
Peggy Clark, Director 202-736-5807


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