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Published on April 6, 2008

MicroSave project completion report 

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Summary

The main aims of this independent review were to assess the performance of MicroSave’s third phase and the overall experience of MicroSave over its full nine-year history, identifying key achievements and lessons learned.

MicroSave is a four-year project funded by DFID, CGAP, the Austrian Development Agency and NORAD. MicroSave started in 1998 and its third and final phase ran from 2004 to 2007 with a value of US$ 5.9m.

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