### Table IV.16 Donor Funds in Support of CONACADO Donor

### TABLE II-1: LIST OF DONORS AND OTHER INFORMANTS INTERVIEWED Name Donor

2005

### Table 2: The ten suggestions for donors

1997

"... In PAGE 95: ...ource: Author apos;s calculations based on KK amp;K (1995) and Hashemi (1997). Monetary figures in thousands of Dec. 1996 dollars. Table2 0: Grameen NPC since birth in 1983 through 1994 P... In PAGE 96: ...ource: Author apos;s calculations based on KK amp;K (1995) and Hashemi (1997). Monetary figures in thousands of Dec. 1996 dollars. 88 Table2... In PAGE 97: ... The surplus per dollar-year of deposits changes with columns. 89 Table2 2: Grameen sensitivity of cost to the poor per unit of output of member-years of membership to the assumed opportunity cost of the poor and to the assumed surplus per dollar-... In PAGE 104: ...ource: Author apos;s calculations based on financial statements of BancoSol. Monetary figures in thousands of Dec. 1996 dollars. 96 Table2... In PAGE 105: ...ource: Author apos;s calculations based on KK amp;K (1995) and Hashemi (1997). Monetary figures in thousands of Dec. 1996 dollars. 97 Table2... In PAGE 115: ...ource: Author apos;s calculations based on Benjamin (1994). Monetary figures in thousands of Dec. 1996 dollars. Table2 5: BancoSol opportunity costs for investors, 1987-96... In PAGE 116: ...ource: Author apos;s calculations based on Benjamin (1994). Monetary figures in thousands of Dec. 1996 dollars. Table2 6: Grameen opportunity costs for investors, 1983-94... In PAGE 119: ... Source: Author apos;s calculations. Table2 7: BancoSol conversion factors, 1987-96 Table 28: Grameen conversion factors, 1983-94... In PAGE 119: ... Source: Author apos;s calculations. Table 27: BancoSol conversion factors, 1987-96 Table2 8: Grameen conversion factors, 1983-94... In PAGE 130: ...-bill rate (ave. port. weighted ave.) Sources: IMF and World Bank, various issues. Table2 9: Macroeconomic indicators for Bolivia and the United States, 1987-96... ..."

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### Table 3 Bilateral schemes based on control theory

"... In PAGE 6: ... Table3 presents a summary of the bilateral schemes based on control theory. Same conclusions as for the passivity based systems apply.... ..."

### Table 4: BILATERAL COMPARISON OF GROSS RENT

"... In PAGE 4: ... Estimating Rent in US .35 Table4 . Results of Bilateral GDP Comparisons .... In PAGE 31: ... RESULTS OF THE BILATERAL COMPARLSON 57. The purasing power parity for GNP and its components, as the resuk of the bfaitra comparisons, are presnated in Table4 in Aimex. The per capita GDP of China is 909 yuan in 1986 (World Tables 1993).... In PAGE 42: ...Table4 : RESULTS OF THE BILATERAL GDP COMPARISONS item Category Purchsing Power Paitv (Yuan/Dollar) China Weight U.S.... ..."

### Table 4: RESULTS OF THE BILATERAL GDP COMPARISONS

"... In PAGE 4: ... Estimating Rent in US .35 Table4 . Results of Bilateral GDP Comparisons .... In PAGE 24: ...Rent Comparison: Table4 : BILATERAL COMPARISON OF GROSS RENT Category Price Price Parity Weigh Weight (ChinaYuan) (U.S.... In PAGE 31: ... RESULTS OF THE BILATERAL COMPARLSON 57. The purasing power parity for GNP and its components, as the resuk of the bfaitra comparisons, are presnated in Table4 in Aimex. The per capita GDP of China is 909 yuan in 1986 (World Tables 1993).... ..."

### Table 2 Bilateral schemes based on passivity

"... In PAGE 5: ...1.1 Application for space teleoperation Table2 presents a summary of the bilateral schemes based on passivity. Some conclusions can be derived about their suit- ability for space systems.... ..."

### Table 1. Bilateral Service Discovery Results

"... In PAGE 3: ... Using the service discovery implementation described in [13] returns for B1 and B2 the above described values. Ap- plying this tool to all services results in a list of bilateral matching services for each local party and role as depicted in Table1 . This service discovery result is the basis for es- tablishing bilateral collaborations.... ..."

### Table 1: Truth table for an individual bilateral OR gate.

"... In PAGE 9: ... The function f represents the normal forward operation of the gate: f(0; 0) = 0, f(0; 1) = 1, f(1; 0) = 1 and f(1; 1) = 1. The reverse operation of the gate, operated independently (see Table1 (b)) is the function g: Y ! X de ned by g(0) = (0; 0), g(1) = (1; 1). Note that f(g(0)) = 0 and f(g(1)) = 1 and hence, g is a partial inverse of f.... ..."

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### Table 2: Truth table for an individual bilateral AND gate.

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