Studying the Impact of Composition of Personal Empowerment on Beneficiaries of Microcredit
The current study aimed to study the impact of dimensions of personal empowerment and microcredit upon the worth of life of women borrowers. This research originated to unlock the potential of a dimension of personal empowerment by way of social political and cultural awareness that has a significant role in improving the quality of life of women. While its dimension of freedom of movement found insignificant due to the prevailed strict patriarchal system, whereas substantial outcomes in respect of contrary to economic decision making illustrated the rigid socio-cultural norms of Pakistan. Therefore, for the sake of strengthening the business purpose, it is necessary that stepping the freedom of movement that leads to the quality of life of women.
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