The impact of the supervised Sajha (Cooperative) Program on the credit function of the Sajha Societies : a case study of Nepalese cooperatives
Cooperatives in rural Nepal originated in recent years, after the enactment of the Cooperative Society Act 1959, to enable the member farmers to have access to credit, goods and inputs to improve their productive capacity and level of living. These cooperatives have been operating under different names such as Primary Agricultural Cooperative Society, Supervised Multipurpose Cooperative Society and Sajha Society. Sajha is the Nepalese word for cooperative, and is used in this study to...[Show more]
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