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Title:Women and Men in Rural Finance in the Syrian Arab Republic: State-Owned Banking vs. Self-Managed Microfinance PDF Logo
Authors:Seibel, Hans Dieter
Lubbock, Annina
Dommel, Henri
Issue Date:2002
Series/Report no.:Working paper / University of Cologne, Development Research Center 2002,3
Abstract:Policymakers in Syria are seriously concerned (a) about social equality and equal opportunities for women and men; and (b) about the effectiveness of financial institutions in providing adequate services to men, women and youth to fight poverty and reduce unemployment. Considerable social progress has been achieved in terms of social indicators; but wide gaps persist in terms of economic opportunities for women and men. A private banking law, presently before parliament, is expected to lead to thourough reforms of state-controlled banks
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Working Papers, Arbeitsstelle für Entwicklungsländerforschung, Universität Köln

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