Published on April 6, 2008

MicroSave project completion report 


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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