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Friday, 03 August 2012 06:52

 

The Amhara State Credit and Saving Institution said it has provided close to 3.2 billion Birr loan to more than 775,000 beneficiaries in 2004EC budget year.
Public relation and documentation service head with the institution, Ayalneh Mihiretu told ENA on Wednesday that the stated number of people living in rural and urban areas of the state benefited from the loan service.

Ayalneh said 496,255 of the total beneficiaries are women.
The amount of loan provided to beneficiaries during the reported period exceeded by 1.3 billion Birr that of in the previous budget year.
The number of beneficiaries also increased by 80,400 compared to that of in the previous year.
He said the institution has given prime attention to increasing the benefits of women in the economic sector.
source:http://www.ena.gov.et


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