Will Help Lead Efforts to Expand Access to Microfinance and Technology
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and Grameen Foundation today announced a new private-public partnership to support local currency financing to microfinance institutions...
Ingenuity Fund Will Inspire Advocates to Engage Networks, Support Fight Against Global Poverty
August 5, 2010 - Grameen Foundation has announced the appointment of Sean Krepp as Country Director and Program Manager for the Application Laboratory (AppLab) Uganda and Community Knowledge Worker Initiative.
November 19, 2010 - Recent reporting about the activities of for-profit microfinance institutions (MFIs) in India, specifically in the state of Andhra Pradesh, has raised important questions about whether microfinance is delivering on its promise to empower poor people. We take the
Investment in Musoni Kenya will Expand Access to Financial Services
Latest Release of Open Source Software for Microfinance Includes Support for Spanish and Firefox 3.0 Browser and Interface for Banking Systems
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
Funding to Support Pro Mujer’s Expansion Efforts in Bolivia
Collaboration will Strengthen Entrepreneurship through Telecommunication
Market Intelligence Surveys Help Businesses Meet the Needs of the Poor
Unprecedented Pre-Dawn NGO-Military Collaboration Assists the Most Vulnerable
August 16, 2010 - Bankers without Borders®, Grameen Foundation’s initiative to expand volunteerism in the microfinance and technology-for-development sectors, announced today the availability of $150,000 in seed capital to microfinance associations and other pro-poor organizations interested in h
Reaches Next Level in Social Transparency, Client Connection and Mobile Transactions
Five years after a devastating tsunami swept through Indonesia, more than 16,000 women in Banda Aceh, the region closest to the tsunami's epicenter, have built new lives for their families with support from Grameen Foundation.