Feasibility of NGO Initiatives in SME, Rural Benefits and Challenges: A Case Study in Cumilla, Bangladesh
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NGO, SME, Challenges, Benefits, Cumilla

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Md. Hasanur Rahman, & Majumder, S. C. (2020). Feasibility of NGO Initiatives in SME, Rural Benefits and Challenges: A Case Study in Cumilla, Bangladesh. Journal of Economic Info, 7(1), 26-39. https://doi.org/10.31580/jei.v7i1.1318

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The main purpose of this study is to investigate the NGO initiatives to accelerate the SME sectors. The current study also analyze the rural benefits and challenges based on NGO initiatives in SME sectors. This study conducts a questionnaire and interview survey to investigate the current objective. The quantitative study demonstrates that there is a greater chance to expand the SME sector by using the local resources and capital accumulations. Educations, women empowerment, health and sanitation, employment creations and self-employment increase than a previous decade by increasing NGO initiatives in the study area.  The contributions of this study spontaneous gets on to the scope and feasibility of NGO’s initiative to develop the SME sector in Bangladesh.

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