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GSLL 1512 – Micro-Finance Projects : Sustainable Community Development and the Role of Women

Start Date

July 23, 2021

End Date

August 28, 2021

Registration Fee

July 20, 2021

Register Before

July 20, 2021

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About

The role of micro-enterprises in developing communities is crucial. This course examines the process of identifying projects to fit the needs of people and equipping individuals with the basic skills to run these projects. Of particular emphasis is the role of women in the process. Projects oriented towards women are important means of increasing their self esteem – which can have far reaching economic and social impact on the entire community.

All required reading materials for the course are available online.

Noncredit courses do not produce academic credit nor appear on a Colorado State University academic transcript.

Instructor

Kamala Parekh

Instructor Bio

Kamala Parekh is the Co-Director of the Human Development Project in villages of India and rural communities in Zambia. Her area of expertise includes designing training and development programs for organizational transformation using the technology of participative management.

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