New Partnership Aims to Lift Women Microentrepreneurs in Myanmar Out of Poverty

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May 2017
Myanmar, May, 31 2017 - From the United Nations to EY, experts have touted the power of microfinance in extending financial inclusion to women in developing countries. A new partnership between the U.S.’ Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and Early Dawn Microfinance (DAWN) aims to bring that access to low-income women entrepreneurs in Myanmar.

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