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The impact of micro finance and skill training intervention on single women's vulnerability in Nepal

Bista, Raghu (2019): The impact of micro finance and skill training intervention on single women's vulnerability in Nepal. Published in: South Asian Research Journal of Business and Management , Vol. 1, No. 3 (4 November 2019): pp. 146-154.

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Abstract

Micro finance and skill training are integrated to build empowerment model to improve socio economic level of single women in Nepal. This popular model is widely employed to improve socio economic empowerment of women, particularly single women for restore and rehabilitate their life from this psychological trauma and vulnerability. Its result is claimed positive. In this context, this paper examines whether the skill training and micro finance improves to empower single women socio economically and to reduce poverty and vulnerability and happiness of single women in Nepal through descriptive statistics and the paired “t” test. Its primary data sets are collected from the survey. The “t” test is significant that the skill training and micro finance are effective measures to empower single women socio economically and to reduce their vulnerability and then improve their self-reliant and happiness.

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