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As a result, the informal sector in India teems with lenders of different sorts and mechanisms offering widely varying ways to save and insure. The informal sector has, until recently, offered lowincome households convenience and I flexibility unmatched by formal intermediaries. But the informal sector also has many weaknesses and cannot do what a well-functioning formal sector institution can. The microfinance movement is thus strIving to match the ('onvenience and flexibility of the informal sector, while adding reliability and the promise of continuity, and in SO"'lle countries it is already doing this on a significant scale.

Able to manage money better, they managed their lives better. Spurred on by its well-deserved popularity, Grameen expanded. Hundreds of emulators joined in (see chart 1). By the mid 1990s Grameen and Grameen look-alikes were serving several million rural and urban households. The key breakthrough had been achieved. A new way of doing business with poor people - the regular, mundane, everyday bus:ness of helping poor people manage their cash flow and turn their savings into spending power - had been established.

Legal obstacles were removed and subsidies made available so that SHGs could take bulk loans from banks that could be on-lent to group members who could use them to take up or expand microbusinesses. Banks were allowed to count such lending towards their legal obligation to direct a fraction of their loans to the poor, and they were given access to subsidized NABARD 42 Auditing and Finance Management refinancing to do so. It seemed an ideal way to realize an old Indian dream - to make the vast network of rural banks k,ey suppliers of loans to the poor.

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