Microfinance is gaining strength in China’s fight against poverty. This film offers an inside look at the problem, and the role microfinance can play.
This is the story of Grameen Foundation’s work around the world. It takes you into the businesses and homes of microfinance clients as they talk about how microfinance changed their lives.
Grameen Foundation launches a suite of mobile phone applications developed with Google and MTN Uganda (MTN) that deliver services and information that were previously unavailable to Uganda's poor and disadvantaged communities.
Grameen Capital India (GCI) is a unique organization formed in collaboration with IFMR Trust and Citigroup Finance India Limited, to help smaller Indian MFIs access much needed funding.
See Odette, a client of Grameen Foundation partner Fonkoze in Haiti, tell her story.
In 2004 an earthquake in the Indian Ocean created a tsunami, killing more than 225,000 people and devastating entire communities. Grameen Foundation, with support from the American Red Cross, supported microfinance projects for long-term economic recovery.
Hamidah and her husband lost their four children, their home, and their thriving fishing shops to the tsunami. For the next year, the couple relied on aid and donations to survive and lived in a temporary barrack. Although they lost a great deal to the disaster, Mr. and Mrs. Hamida never lost hope.
Chef Michael Cimarusti talks about why he is supporting Grameen Foundation in this season's Top Chef Masters on Bravo.
GF Supporter Yeardley Smith visited microfinance partner Fonkoze in Haiti to see microfinance up close.