Financial Inclusion

Micro Matters – Sa Dhan launches magazine on Financial Inclusion

Sa-Dhan: The Association of Community Development Finance Institutions in India which includes NGO’s and MFI’s as it’s members, has launched a magazine on microfinance and financial inclusion called Micro Matters.The inagural issue is now available for download online.

Sa-Dhan is the Association of Community Development Finance Institutions (CDFIs) representing more than 237 members across 21 states in India.Sa-Dhan members collectively have loans outstanding of more than Rs.12,000 crore and a client outreach in excess of 22 million.

Micro Matters Sa Dhan

Download Inagural Issue of Micro Matters – Journal of Microfinance by Sa Dhan below

Micro Matters – Journal of Microfinance – Volume 1

Or Download it from Sa-Dhan’s website

Contents of the Inagural Issue of Micro Matters


Responsible MicroFinance – A short film
Pre-budget Consultations
Recommendations to PM

Govt task force to monitor MFIs
MFI intervention – a study
Sa-Dhan’s initiatives in AP
Implementation of Code of Conduct
Financial Inclusion of SC/ST
Engagement with BIRD

NABARD to assist 10 Lakh farmers

Human Resources for the sector
Bharat MF report 2009: Responsive Growth .

Abhay N

Author : 

Abhay is the founder and managing editor of India Microfinance. He is passionate about microfinance, financial inclusion and social entrepreneurship in India.

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  1. Satish shukla frome indore

    August 1, 2010 at 4:55 pm

    first of all i would like 2 thanks founder of this company and all staf .Eqitas in mp . It is great s’prise 4 all.this company good doing work for the villagers the growth of rulal area and company prove that ”koe hai jise desh ki chinta hai aur iske liye kam kar raha hai aur india vision 2020 ko achive karna chahata hai “jai javan jai kishan(lage raho munna bhai)

  2. Prof S P Garg

    August 2, 2010 at 9:29 am

    It is a great development that Sa Dhan has come out a magazine : Micro Matters . Congrats and best wishes to the organization andthe team associated with this publication.
    It is expected that this magazine tould supplement the efforts of all other agencies involved.and would carve out its special presence in the sector. The contents of the first issue are quite informative, educative and encouraging for the players . The coverage of Latest developments and initiatives taken by Nabard , RBI and other policy makers would fill in the knowledge gaps . Information on the issues related to Financial Literacy , credit counselling , contributions by the microcredit providers would strengthen its strenghth.

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