Grameen Foundation in the News

Source: Diginomica

Prabhat Labh of Grameen Foundation India discusses their use of digital technology, such as Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality, to expand financial inclusion in India.


Grameen Foundation’s Lauren Hendricks and Gigi Gatti discuss the importance of female agents in encouraging other women to adopt digital financial services.

Source: Inter Press Service

Grameen Foundation is a project partner in the Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index program led by the International Food Policy Research Institute, Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative.

Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Grameen Foundation's FarmerLink program in the Philippines is featured as one of the FAO's e-Agriculture promising practices for its use of satellite data, farm data and mobile-equipped field agents to help small-scale coconut farmers improve their productivity and incomes.

Source: Microfinance Gateway

Grameen Foundation’s Bobbi Gray and Christian Loupeda discuss the valuable role of savings groups in extending digital financial services to underserved communities in Burkina Faso.

Source: Business Mirror

Grameen Foundation's CAN program in expanding access to financial services  in the Philippines.

Source: Next Billion

In this joint op-ed, Grameen Foundation’s Bobbi Gray and FHI 360’s Ellen Galdava discuss how data-driven agriculture can improve the lives of smallholders farmers.

Source: InterAksyon

Gigi Gatti explains how Grameen Foundation works with neighborhood shops and telecom operators in the Philippines to extend financial services to underserved communities.

Source: Computerworld India

Grameen Foundation and Accenture Labs have developed AI and AR apps to help improve financial literacy in underserved communities.

Source: Euromoney magazine

Royston Braganza of Grameen Capital India discusses the potential for harnessing capital in India to tackle social challenges.

Source: CSR Box

Prabhat Labh of Grameen Foundation India calls for a paradigm shift in India that moves financial inclusion from "providing financial literacy to building financial and digital finance capability."

Source: Better India

A Grameen Foundation/Freedom from Hunger India Trust program is helping to reduce malnutrition rates and boost women’s confidence in India.

Source: Global Washington

Lauren Hendricks, Grameen Foundation’s executive vice president for Program Strategy and Institutional Relations discusses how the organization’s approach to looking at interconnected problems and solutions.

Source: IndiaSpend

In an email interview, Prabhat Labh, CEO of Grameen Foundation India, discusses the need for India to think about digital financial inclusion at the level of the ecosystem.

Source: Financial Express

Prabhat Labh, CEO of Grameen Foundation India, says we need a shift in the cultural mindset, putting the client first and creating better products that meet their goals and aspirations.