Real results where results really matter.

We are deeply grateful for the support and collaboration of our many global, regional and local partners. Combining our expertise and solutions with local partner knowledge and experience is especially critical to implementation of culturally relevant, impactful and sustainable programming.

Since Grameen Foundation first starting tracking Community Agents and outreach in 2016, we have made remarkable progress. Our work takes many forms, based on the needs of our partners and the populations we serve. We are especially proud that the social enterprises born within Grameen have now reached over 21 million end beneficiaries.

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We also partner with organizations to build their own capacity through technical assistance and training. Legacy programs include CRECER in Bolivia, now an independent local MFI, Reach India, Alcance, FFHIT and HealthKeepers in Ghana. We also played a central role in the health portfolio/non-financial services portfolio of CARD (Philippines) and Bandhan (India).

155
partners
since 2016

63
currently active
partners in
16
countries

337,709
Community Agents and counting

7,417,858
client outreach
and counting

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12,910,652
reached
with the help
of our partners
since 2016

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21,605,805
End-beneficiaries

690
Enterprises

206,000
Agents

through
Grameen Social Enterprises

264 Social enterprises

$27.3 Million
in-kind services

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10,079,432

clients reached

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On the other side of every partnership, program, and statistic is a person with a remarkable story. This is Lihaba’s:

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