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Grameen Foundation Insights

The global movement to end poverty and hunger depends on the constant exchange of experience and ideas. That’s why we are eager to share our experiences with people like you.

Our Insights blog shares lessons learned from leaders in the field; examines efforts to bring resources and services to poor communities; and reviews how poverty-focused organizations are using data for greater impact.

Latest Posts

06/08/2010

Peg Ross, director of Grameen Foundation’s Human Capital Center team, recently returned from research trip to India. This is part of the Next Generation Leadership Development initiative to help develop the vital middle management level of microfinance leaders.

05/31/2010

Darwin Cruz is Online Communications Officer for Grameen Foundation.

05/27/2010

Pat Kelly is Senior Communications Officer at the Grameen Foundation Social Performance Management Center (SPMC) based in Washington, DC. She's has been traveling in Peru conducting interviews with PRISMA Microfinance, an MFI implementing our Progress Out of Poverty Index™ (PPI™).

05/20/2010

Lydia Namubiru is the Marketing & Communications Analyst for Grameen Foundation's Community Knowledge Worker initiative in Uganda.

04/28/2010

Alyssa Jones is a student at Point Loma Nazarene University. Along with her friends, Alyssa lived on $2/day for 3 days to raise awareness about poverty and raise money for Grameen Foundation.

04/21/2010

Alex Counts is the President and CEO of Grameen Foundation.

04/21/2010

Sandra Adams is Grameen Foundation’s Vice President of External Affairs.

04/16/2010

Alex Counts is President and CEO of Grameen Foundation.

04/14/2010

Maddie Brandenburger is a former development intern with Grameen Foundation and is involved with MFI Connect and the Nyanya Project. She recently reconnected with friends from GF at the Microcredit Summit in Nairobi.

04/07/2010

Edward Cable is Community Manager for GF's Mifos Initiative.

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