Muhammad Awais is a guest blogger and the Regional Microfinance Programme Specialist for Plan International in Asia. Awais focuses on helping integrate social-performance metrics into Plan International’s work.
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Discussions of the microfinance crisis in Andhra Pradesh, India, have, so far, overlooked one area that might have a played a contributing role: human capital management practices.