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Catalysing Capacity Development: Assessing the Need for Training 

Author: S. Mishra, Ramesh Arunachalam, S. Narayanan, Graham A.N. Wright
Published: February 17, 2006


This note summarises the key findings and recommendations of a study conducted by MicroSave to understand and analyse the need for training/capacity development, optimal contents and structure of training courses as well as the organisations/institutes best placed to deliver training in the different regions of the country. The key findings and recommendations revolves around—identifying suitable trainings, following adult learning best practices, use classroom plus on-site follow-up technical assistance, developing an integrated microfinance curriculum, comprehensive training packages in India, and targeting of inputs in a clear and legible ways.

Tags: Microfinance , Capacity building , India , South Asia , BN46 , BN 46

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