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    Saving For Change
    DATE AUTHOR TITLE SUMMARY FILE
    04 Feb 11 RACHA SAVING FOR CHANGE (SfC) BASELINE ASSESSMENT IN BANTEAY MEANCHEY
    AND PREAH VIHEAR PROVINCES
    With the wide income disparity between the haves and have-nots in Cambodia, most rural dwellers are unfortunately situated at the strata where access to financial resources from banks and other formal financial services to leverage financial dearth is almost impossible. The poorest of the poor generally lacks education and have neither stable income nor possessions to secure their borrowings, hence, they remain deprived of any means to edge their way to ameliorate life. Saving for Change (SfC) is a new intervention to help these piteous groups heave themselves from the quagmire of perpetual impoverishment. SfC BASELINE ASSESSMENT IN BMC.pdf