Microfinance and sustainable livelihood: A conceptual linkage of Microfinancing approaches towards sustainable livelihood

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The aim of this study is to discuss about the conceptual explanation of microcredit and sustainable livelihood Moreover, this study also described about conceptual linkages of microcredit towards a sustainable livelihood framework. The study found that the providing accesses of microfinancing are potentially working in the way of ensuring sustainable livelihood of the poor women in the world. The study recommended that zakat based Islamic mode of financing and Qard-al-Hasan on the basis of spiritual values would be an alternative model for poverty alleviation and ensuring sustainable livelihood. © 2012 Science Publications.

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Bhuiyan, A. B., Siwar, C., Ismail, A. G., & Aminul Islam, M. (2012). Microfinance and sustainable livelihood: A conceptual linkage of Microfinancing approaches towards sustainable livelihood. American Journal of Environmental Sciences, 8(3), 328–333. https://doi.org/10.3844/ajessp.2012.328.333

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