Financial Inclusion and Microfinance in Tanzania

This report outlines findings from a study of access to finance and microfinance regulation in Tanzania

Abstract

This report outlines findings from a study of access to finance and microfinance regulation in Tanzania. The research examines the challenges faced by micro-enterprises and informaleconomy businesses working in growth sectors of the economy, and their requirements for strengthening access to finance and consumer protection. Micro-entrepreneurs were the main focus of this research, although there are many other users of microfinance.

This work is part of the “Inclusive Growth: Improving Microfinance Regulation to Support Growth and Innovation in Micro-enterprise” Project

Citation

Alison Brown, Peter Mackie, Alastair Smith, Colman Msoka (2015) Financial Inclusion and Microfinance in Tanzania. Cardiff School of Geography and Planning

Financial Inclusion and Microfinance in Tanzania

Published 31 March 2015