The Influence of Financial Relations on Sustaining Rural Livelihood in Sudan

Reflecting the Significance of Social Capital in the Village Al Dagag, North Kordofan State

By Gihan Adam Abdalla

This book started with a vision to portray Sudanese rural livelihood and question whether microfinance is able to sustain rural living. The village of Al Dagag, in the North Kordofan state of Sudan, was chosen to be the research case study. However, further questions arose due to using the inductive methodology of Grounded Theory. Throughout the entire research process, different categories emerged from the data, which conceptualize the perspective of the rural people on livelihood, microfinance, and financial institutions. The path to remodel the livelihood approach led to including new determinants. (Series: Spectrum. Berlin Series on Society, Economy and Policy in Developing Countries / Spektrum. Berliner Reihe zu Gesellschaft, Wirtschaft und Politik in Entwicklungslandern - Vol. 108)

240 pages

Publication Date: 10/18/2013
Format: Paper
ISBN: 9783643904034

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