August 30, 2010 - Fueled by a passionate grassroots social-media campaign, Grameen Foundation today was announced as a winner of $200,000 in funding from the Members Project® by American Express and Take Part.
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Latest Release of Open Source Software for Microfinance Includes Support for Spanish and Firefox 3.0 Browser and Interface for Banking Systems
Market Intelligence Surveys Help Businesses Meet the Needs of the Poor
Community Knowledge Worker Initiative Provides Vital Information Link to Improve Agriculture
First of its kind service allows Schwab Charitable donors to support the world’s poorest entrepreneurs
Unprecedented Pre-Dawn NGO-Military Collaboration Assists the Most Vulnerable
Will Help Educate 200 Bangladeshi Girls
YouChange PuRong Is the First Social Business in China to Use Principles of Muhammad Yunus
J.P. Morgan Supports Bankers without Borders® with a Three-Year, $3 Million Grant
Will Lead Initiatives to Expand Poverty-Focused Financial and Information Services in the Region
September 28, 2010 - U.S. lawmakers on Friday approved S. 846, a bill granting the Congressional Gold Medal to Professor Muhammad Yunus for his work as a pioneer of microfinance.
Statement from Alex Counts, President and CEO of Grameen Foundation, on the resignation of microfinance pioneer Professor Muhammad Yunus, winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize and founder of Grameen Bank.
February 19, 2010 - A rapidly changing regulatory environment is bringing new opportunities and challenges for microfinance institutions (MFIs) in East Africa. Grameen Foundation and Standard Chartered are hosting an industry conference today in Nairobi, Kenya, to help MFIs navigate these change