Empowering Rural Households through Financial Literacy Case Study of spectacular initiatives by PRADAN

Monika Dwivedi

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The research paper discusses the findings of the team that visited PRADAN, Dholpur to understand the efforts undertaken by the premier NGO for women’s empowerment and financial literacy. PRADAN has taken several novel initiatives to bring the financially excluded people of country into financially included group to fulfill economic objectives of country by financial inclusion which in turn could boost up the growth of economy. The paper mentions about SHG initiatives, achievements and benefits of setting up of the bank branch by BMB in Dholpur.

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PRADAN, Financial Literacy, BMFL, Dholpur

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