Grameen Foundation's CAN program in expanding access to financial services in the Philippines.
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.
Grameen Foundation and Partners bringing satellite technology to benefit smallholder cocoa farmers in Ghana
Grameen Foundation is pleased to announce its engagement in a newly funded consortium, SAT4farming, which will help 240,000 smallholder cocoa farmers across Ghana increase their yields by up to 300 percent, improve their incomes, and build stronger businesses.
The initiative is funded by the Geodata for Agriculture and Water (G4AW) program of the Netherlands Space Office and led by the Rainforest Alliance. Other partners include Water Watch Projects, Satelligence, Touton, and the University of Ghana.
November 07, 2017
“It’s not culturally common for us to work with foundations and NGOS--we’re a bank,” said Matthew Arnold, the Global Head of Sustainable Finance for JPMorgan Chase, which handles US$2 trillion in assets.
He was speaking in Seattle on Nov. 2, during a breakfast panel with Paul Moseley, Program Officer, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Steve Hollingworth, President and CEO of Grameen Foundation. So, perhaps it was a trio of unlikely bedfellows--but perhaps not.
There has been a lot of talk in the development sector about mergers and integrations. Bonnie Cockman, Grameen Foundation's CFO shared the organization's integration experience over the past year.
How to create demand for financial services; hand-holding clients, meeting their financial goals a must
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.
The 2016-17 Annual Report highlights four projects that have delivered sustainable innovations combining health protection and microfinance to more than 200,000 women and family members in rural India. Freedom from Hunger (FFH) is a supporting organization of Grameen Foundation, and Freedom from Hunger India Trust implements FFH programs in India.
Grameen Foundation India has trained over 20,000 poor women in using mobile and digital finance solutions: Prabhat Labh
My vision for GFI is to focus on a holistic approach to financial inclusion and digital finance, which moves beyond simplistic access to a bank account or payment system to a system where digital finance can make a real difference in the lives of poor.
December 17, 2013
December 16, 2013
Grameen Foundation and Grameen Foundation India have worked with Intellecap to create a 4-part series highlighting challenges and solutions for various aspects of the Business Correspondent Model. This blog was created by Abby Addis and Kimberly Davies.