Shreya Chatterjee

Shreya Chatterjee is a Research Associate at the Centre for Microfinance at IFMR LEAD. She has worked on both experimental and quasi experimental studies, focusing on the impact of self-help groups in rural Tamil Nadu, trafficking rehabilitation programs in West Bengal, the impact of privatization on labor outcomes in India and the ecosystem mapping of digital financial services in India. Shreya has an undergraduate degree from Singapore Management University in Economics.

By Shreya Chatterjee


Revitalizing the Self-Help Group Movement in India

Growth of the self-help group movement in India has slowed in the past five years. How can challenges be overcome to improve and revitalize these programs?