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Topic - Susy Cheston
"You can create fully sustainable banks throughout the world that will carry on for generations without further investment from the U.S. taxpayer," said Ms. Cheston, who also heads the Micro Enterprise Coalition, a loose collection of organizations that lobbies Congress on development issues.
Nearly every member of Congress likes the concept of microfinance, regardless of how much they know about it or actively support it, said Susy Cheston, the senior vice president for policy with the U.S.-based Opportunity International.