ASSESSMENT OF THE SAVINGS CULTURE OF GHANAIAN MARKET WOMEN – CASE STUDY OF DODOWA MARKET WOMEN
This study assessed the savings culture of Ghanaian market women to determine whether market women have been saving, the extent to which they save, the kind of financial institutions they save with, and their reasons for not saving. In pursuance of these objectives data was gathered from the market women through the use of questionnaires and interviews, and from the information gathered and analyzed, conclusions and recommendations were drawn.
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