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Since 1997, Grameen Foundation has been at the forefront of helping the world’s poorest people become financially self-sufficient through microfinance and access to technology. Welcome to our press room, which is designed to give reporters and other media professionals immediate access to our latest press kit, press releases, speeches and media contacts.
All press inquiries should be directed to:
Senior Marketing Officer
Office: 202-628-3560, ext. 128
lyorke [at] grameenfoundation [dot] org (Contact by email)
Grameen Foundation Receives Moody’s Foundation Grant To Support Measurement of Global Poverty Efforts
Grameen Foundation today announced that it has received a grant from The Moody’s Foundation to enable poverty data to be used more effectively by social sector organizations to measure, track and report on their clients’ poverty levels using the Progress out of Poverty Index® (PPI®).
Bankers without Borders® to award end-to-end volunteer management technology solution to 5 organizations with promising volunteer initiatives.
Will Lead Initiatives to Expand Global Mobile Agriculture and Health Services for the Rural Poor
Three New Members Also Elected to Board
Grameen Foundation has been selected as a 2013 IDG Computerworld Honors Program Laureate for its innovations in mobile health (mHealth).
Grameen Foundation Joins Better Than Cash Alliance; Pledges to Address Poverty by Shifting to Electronic Payments
Today Grameen Foundation announced that it has joined the Better Than Cash Alliance, an initiative founded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Citi, Ford Foundation, Omidyar Network, USAID, U.N. Capital Development Fund and Visa Inc., by committing to continue transitioning payments from cash to electronic through its mobile financial services and mobile agriculture efforts.
Becomes 33rd Member of Unique Collaboration of World's Leading Humanitarian Organizations
New Services to Provide Income-generating Opportunities to the “Next 60 Million” Indonesians Living at the Bottom of the Socio-Economic Pyramid
Will Help Lead Efforts to Expand Access to Microfinance and Technology