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Grameen Australia is set to become the country’s leading microenterprise development organisation. We aim to reach 36,000 people, especially women, with enterprise aspirations, who are experiencing unemployment, financial exclusion and poverty in our first five years.
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Grameen Bank founder, Professor Muhammad Yunus, was awarded the Olympic Laurel at the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games in Tokyo. The Olympic Laurel honours outstanding individuals for achievements in development through sport. Professor Yunus will be the second...
Providing microfinance loans to people with a good business idea but no capital can help offer a path to economic recovery after COVID-19. By Dr Don Chandima Padmaperuma, University of Melbourne Read article here.
Those familiar with the concept of micro-financing, would know of the work of the Grameen Bank. It was established in Bangladesh in the 1970s offering small loans to the impoverished without requiring collateral. Together with it's founder Professor Muhammad Yunus it...