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Efforts Will Focus on Microfinance Institutions in Ethiopia, India and the Philippines

Ayudará a los esfuerzos para ampliar el acceso a las microfinanzas y la tecnología

Grameen Foundation today announced an unprecedented opportunity for one of its supporters and a guest to travel abroad to see first-hand how the Foundation’s microfinance and technology services are helping some of the world’s poorest people. It is launching the Ingenuity Fund Challenge which asks supporters to create their own campaigns to inspire others to support the work of Grameen Foundation.

Investment to Provide Kenyan Smallholder Farmers Access to Loans for Agricultural Assets

16 de agosto de 2010 - Bankers without Borders®/Banqueros sin Fronteras es la agrupación de la Fundación Grameen que se dedica a desarrollar actividades de voluntariado en los sectores de microfinanzas y tecnología para el desarrollo.   Esta organización anunció hoy que tiene disponible la suma d

The BOMA Project of Kenya Receives Advanced Certification

Collaboration with Nike Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Alliance Program Will Tap Highly-Skilled Professionals to Help Poverty-Focused Organizations Expand their Reach and Impact

Community Knowledge Worker Initiative Provides Vital Information Link to Improve Agriculture

April 23, 2010 - Christine Roberts, Grameen Foundation's staff attorney, shares a different side of microfinance, with the South Asia Bar Association.

Business Professionals Volunteer to Help Microfinance Institutions Improve Reach and Impact

First privately placed note for poverty-focused microfinance institution in Southeast and East Asia

August 5, 2010 - Grameen Foundation today announced it has received a $100,000 grant from the Citi Foundation to expand its global efforts to strengthen the human capital management practices at microfinance institutions (MFIs).  The initiative helps MFIs address challenges with attracting, retai

Statement from Alex Counts, President and CEO of Grameen Foundation, on the resignation of microfinance pioneer Professor Muhammad Yunus, winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize and founder of Grameen Bank.

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