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2004 Microenterprise and Environment Conference

2004 Microenterprise and Environment Conference

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The Microenterprise and the Environment Conference, held during July 2004 at the National Christian Conference, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, brought together leaders in the field of microenterprise and the environment. It was a time to learn about successful development initiatives, to hear from leaders in both fields, and to network among peers. Participants came from India, Nepal, South Africa, Kenya, Guatemala, Indonesia, El Salvador, Canada, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Bolivia, Nicaragua, as well as the United States. Attached are the conference speaker profiles.
Please go to Resource Center / Document Library (http://www.greenmicrofinance.org/GMf/index.php?option=com_docman Itemid=57) for conference papers on specific sub-sectors.

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