Traducción de microcredit en Español:


microcrédito, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmʌɪkrəʊˌkrɛdɪt//ˈmaɪkroʊˌkrɛdɪt/


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    microcrédito masculino
    • It is ironic that the ideas of microcredit originated in the third world.
    • This is surely the rationale of the UN campaign to increase the public's awareness of microcredit.
    • The Special Envoy for Afghan Women should coordinate foreign assistance in the area of microcredit for women, jobs-creation, and food-for-work opportunities specifically designed for women.
    • I would say, yes, in some cases we do, such as microcredit.
    • It is promoting microcredit as a way to empower women.
    • That is why the United Nations has designated 2005 as the international year of microcredit.
    • Begum introduced microcredit to the village a decade ago and 40 women solicited as loan borrowers jointly built a facility where they hold weekly gatherings for the payment of a loan installment.
    • We cherished microcredit as a powerful developmental tool that enriches communities by creating entrepreneurs out of the poor.
    • The site also offers advice on finding investment professionals and getting involved in microcredit.
    • Together, microcredit and IT have the common capacity to empower poor people, particularly poor women.
    • India's deficiencies have been particularly connected with, on one side, neglect of social opportunities in the form of basic education, basic health care, land reform, development of microcredit, and so on.
    • This may be achieved through commercial market integration, through public and private partnerships that use effective social marketing campaigns, or possibly through programs that include microcredit.
    • It considered strategies of reinvestment that would benefit labor and the community, including entrepreneurial training with microcredit in stages.
    • My role is to talk as best as I can about microcredit.
    • African women questioned whether microcredit was a boon or bane.
    • I agree with Saint that microcredit is an aid approach worth supporting.
    • If you ask international donor agencies, the secret is more microcredit, like the pioneering Grameen Bank projects that have captured worldwide attention in recent years.
    • This paper examines the phenomenon of microcredit by focusing on an interesting and unexpected outcome of village banks in a particular zone in rural Senegal: the emergence of a new class of female moneylenders.
    • To take a second issue, the ability of people to participate in the market economy is enormously influenced by social arrangements for education, health care, microcredit, land reform, and other public policies.
    • Think of the ‘cell phone’ ladies in Bangladesh who have become their own ‘utility’ by purchasing a cell phone with microcredit, then selling calls in their villages which have no land lines.