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Case Studies | March 15, 2008

The Kibara Mission Hospital HIV Project

Phase II: Savings and Internal Lending Communities

This case study describes the role that savings and internal lending approaches to microfinance has played in strengthening the economic wellbeing of HIV-affected households in Tanzania.