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Resource Library / Why Integrating Microfinance, Health Education, and Other Forms of Health Protection is Good for Your Clients and Good for Your MFI, and How Can You Incorporate It?

Author(s):
Sheila Leatherman
DSK Rao
Joy Marini
Shameran Abed
Rosario Perez
Mamadou Diallo


 



Chair


Joy Marini, Director, Medical Education Worldwide, Johnson & Johnson, USA


 



Author


Sheila Leatherman, Research Professor, Gillings School of Public Health, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA


 


Panelists


Shameran Abed, Programme Head, Microfinance, BRAC, Bangladesh


DSK Rao, Regional Organiser for Asia Pacific, Microcredit Summit Campaign, India


Rosario Perez, CEO, Pro Mujer, Inc., USA


Mamadou Diallo, Regional Manager, West Africa, Freedom from Hunger, Mali



 


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