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mobilisation of rural savings in West Africa

Barbara Ingham

mobilisation of rural savings in West Africa

by Barbara Ingham

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Published by Universityof Salford, Department of Economics in Salford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Savings and investment -- Africa, West.,
  • Rural development -- Africa, West.,
  • Great Britain -- Colonies -- Africa, West -- Economic policy.

  • Edition Notes

    Spiral binding.

    Statementby B. Ingham and B.E. Mofunanya.
    SeriesSalford papers in economics -- 88-6
    ContributionsMofunanya, B. E., University of Salford. Department of Economics.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30p. ;
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14872016M

    rural areas (e.g. adequate shelter, education, employment opportunities, health, sanitation, The current food security challenge in South Africa consists of two dimensions: the first tries to. CMI WORKING PAPER. LOCAL GOVERNMENT REVENUE MOBILISATION IN ANGLOPHONE AFRICA. WP 1. Introduction A sound revenue system for local governments is an essential pre-condition for the success.

    Analysis - The rapid pace of transformation has created new demands as well as new opportunities for business. For the banking sector, the changes have called for a more effective and efficient. So far, the informal sector has not been given adequate attention in terms of its potential in non- bank financial intermediation, particularly in the rural areas in Africa. Money lenders, community savings organizations, and non-institutional forms of saving and credit arrangements would appear to have enormous capacity to tap the savings.

    HOW WOMEN ARE ENGAGING WITH COMMUNITY RADIO THROUGH MOBILE PHONE TECHNOLOGIES. Frances Fortune. Cindy Chungong. Andrew Kessinger. July Community Radio, Gender & ICTs in West Africa 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS in rural areas of developing countries by working alongside the local. Farmer's organizations in West and Central Africa: high expectations, hard realities. Ghana Country report Peter Asibey-Bonsu farmer and rural organizations are the primary level of action. The FBOs are strategies for mobilization of Size: KB.


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Mobilisation of rural savings in West Africa by Barbara Ingham Download PDF EPUB FB2

However, saving level in some parts of Africa, particularly in rural areas, is very low and little is known empirically about its patterns and determinants (Girma et al., ).Although research has shown that poor people in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), including those living in rural. Rural savings mobilization - indigenous savings and credit associations in Imo State, Nigeria.

Author(s): Nwankwo, F. by: 2. It was found that about per cent of households had no savings bank accounts; per cent were not involved in self-help group activities and per cent did not have post office savings.

Abstract: The study examined the influence of rural savings mobilization on the economic development of the rural dwellers. One hundred respondents were sampled with the aid of well structured questionnaire in Akoko North West and Akoko South East Local Government Areas of Ondo State.

The study employed multistage sampling techniques. Ikhide, "Commercial bank offices and the mobilisation of private savings in selected sub-Saharan African countries," Journal of Development Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol.

33(1), pages Miracle, Marvin P & Miracle, Diane S & Cohen, Laurie, "Informal Savings Mobilization in Africa," Economic Development and Cultural Change, University of Chicago Press, vol.

“Mata Masu Dubara” (MMD) translates from Hausa to English as “Women on the Move” (WoM). WoM was birthed in in the Sahel Regions of West Africa, in Niger to be precise. Its birth was inspired by the traditional tontine model widely used in Niger and incited by the critical levels of poverty that affected women in rural Niger.

1 Africa Region Microcredit Summit, Microfinance in Africa, A Sustainable Approach to Poverty Reduction, Harare, October2 See annexes 1 and 2 for overviews of savings club membership, organization and methodology.

3 Personal communication with File Size: KB. Jellicoe, M.R. 的ndigenous Savings Associations in Eastern Africa and the Mobilization of Domestic Savings.・U.N.

Economic Commission for Africa E/CN 14 HOU/ Jennings R and Trout A, The Irish tontine () and Fifty Genevans, Journal of European Economic History, p Revenue Mobilization in Developing Countries Prepared by the Fiscal Affairs Department Approved by Carlo Cottarelli which are treated at length in a recent Fund book (Daniel, Keen, and McPherson, ).

5 (a, b) on sub-Saharan Africa. 5 This paper will inform the Fund’s contribution to the work requested by the G 7. Developing Rural Economies in South Africa By Dr Maria Motebang Presented at INCA Summer School Oct Litsebi Consultants (Pty) Ltd 1. Outline Defining rural development Approaches to Rural Devt History of RD in SA RD Policy framework The ISRDS/P Challenges Way forward 2.

Stagnating development aid and continued reluctance on the part of western commercial banks to grant new loans to problem debtor countries have led many developing countries to pay greater attention to the mobilisation of their own resources.

This article outlines a strategy for increasing the extent to which domestic savings are made available for development by: 2. the rural world; (ii) improving an equitable access for both men and APRAO Improving Rice Production in West Africa Union of Mutuals of the Partnership for the Mobilization of Savings and Credit In Senegal PAP Priority Action Plan PDAP United Nations Development Assistance Program PES Plan for an Emerging SenegalFile Size: 1MB.

West Africa are involved with informal financial systems). The group-based financial programmes (such as rotating savings and credit associations (or RoSCAs) and mutual aid associations), door-to-door bankers, and money-keepers, play the predominant role in savings mobilisation for the poor and very poor in both Size: KB.

background that this study analyzed rural savings institutions and economic empowerment in Nigeria. For the study, a descriptive research approach was adopted and regression analysis was used in testing the formulated hypotheses. The findings of the study showed that rural savings.

non-financial form of savings include livestock, grain, land, Gold and other valuables etc. Overtime, many researchers have tried to analyze the determinants of savings mobilization and savings behaviors in rural areas (Zeller, ; Ike and Idoge, ).

They severally came toMissing: West Africa. Savings instruments: Short term such as pass-book savings accounts, sight deposits and current accounts, Longer term savings such as certificates of deposit and savings plan; The savings experiences of various organizations in West-Africa.

The note concludes with the argument that savings can help both clients and MFIs reach their financial goals. Rural Banking in Ghana and Its Impact on Rural Farmers.

Case Study of the Birim South District, Ghana Article (PDF Available) in Asian Social Science 11(25) November with 6, Reads. departments for savings and credit cooperatives. In West Africa, within the auspices of the BCEAO PARMEC law, central banks have designated a department, such as microfinance, to supervise savings and credit cooperatives.

One alternative proposed—delegated supervision to an File Size: 73KB. Institutional strengthening of rural credit unions 12 A. Background 12 B. Market-based development 13 C. Technical assistance and training 14 D. Deposit mobilization 15 E.

Credit services 16 F. Pricing strategies 20 VII. Political economy and ownership structure 21 A. Membership composition 21 B. External credit vs. internal savings Rural, Agricultural, and Urban Population Trends in West Africa Consistency in the Dialogue Map Sub-Saharan Africa vi Tables Population and Urbanization Rates (Mid) 11 Summary Comparison of International and Regional Trade Trend of Savings and Loan Institutions in West Africa.

Horn of Africa, and the Esusu in Western Africa and West African communities in major U.S. urban centers. 2 The “formal” practice, in the sense of an overt government sanctioned practice without interest payment, is characterized by the Islamic banking system.

3 The age-old IslamicFile Size: KB.Savings And The Poor: The Methods, standardisation and professionalism found among them in West Africa. The poor and not-so-poor have almost no access to moneylenders of any sort (informal or formal), a fact that contributes to the The Methods, Use And Impact Of Savings By The Poor Of East Africa File Size: KB.The paper examines the performance of publicly owned (PB) and private unit (CB) rural banks in savings mobilization and agribusiness financing in rural Nigeria.

Primary data were collected through the use of two sets of structured questionnaire administered to agribusinesses and banks : N.

J. Nweze, E. M. Igbokwe, P. I. Nwandu.