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As part of its special coverage during the U.N. General Assembly Meeting, the State Department examines Grameen Foundation's Community Knowledge Worker program which helps poor Ugandan farmers access vital information that can improve their livelihood.


Royston Braganza, CEO of Grameen Capital India, discusses his path to microfinance with Canada's Globe and Mail. Formed in 2008, Grameen Capital India is a collaboration between Grameen Foundation, IFMR Trust and Citicorp Finance India.


The Washington Post explores how Grameen Foundation's AppLab and MOTECH programs are helping poor farmers in Uganda and expectant parents in Ghana, respectively.


Washington Post technology reporter Cecilia Kang blogs about her recent visit to Grameen Foundation's Technology Center in Seattle.


George Conard discusses cloud computing in the microfinance sector and Grameen Foundation's Mifos Cloud system with


Grameen Foundation president Alex Counts shares his thoughts on development and work of


Microfinance Insights explores new standards that have been created for using the Progress out of Poverty Index.


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