This comprehensive guide was developed by Grameen Foundation and Grameen Trust to provide microfinance institutions seeking to learn from the Grameen Bank approach with the information they need to create or expand programs to provide financial services to the poor.
by Muhammad Yunus
Social business, the concept of doing business to address a social problem, is designed to complement capitalism while addressing humanity’s critical issues, especially poverty.
In his new book, “Building Social Business: The New Kind of Capitalism That Serves Humanity’s Most Pressing Needs,” Professor Muhammad Yunus explains how to implement and maintain this innovative business model for maximum impact.
Co-published by Grameen Foundation & American Red Cross
Small Loans, Big Dreams: How Nobel Prize Winner Muhammad Yunus and Microfinance Are Changing the World
by Alex Counts
Alex Counts' journey into microfinance began more than twenty years ago when as a young college student he wrote to Muhammad Yunus asking to join his fascinating work at Grameen Bank. In his new book, Small Loans, Big Dreams, Counts, president and CEO of Grameen Foundation, tells the story of microfinance through the eyes of both the borrowers and the leaders of microfinance in a compelling new book.
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by Muhammad Yunus
by David Bornstein
by Scott Budde, CFA, Managing Director, Global Social & Community Investing, TIAA-CREF (September 2008)
The proceeds from the sale of this book will benefit the Grameen Foundation’s Social Performance Management Center and Progress out of Poverty Index.
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edited by Sam Daley-Harris with contributions from Grameen Foundation staff
by Asif Dowla and Dipal Barua of Grameen Bank