Microfinance Faces Uncertain Future in Bangladesh
April 22, 2014
Microfinance Faces Uncertain Future in Bangladesh
The Bangladesh government should reevaluate its pursuit to regulate and nationalize the operations of the Grameen Bank.
Microfinance Faces Uncertain Future in Bangladesh
Empowering Women Through Microfinance in India
March 13, 2013
Empowering Women Through Microfinance in India
The government’s efforts to create micro credit institutions geared towards women are too important to dismiss.
Empowering Women Through Microfinance in India
Laos'
November 17, 2012
Laos' "Different Face" of Poverty
While Laos has been the beneficiary of rapid economic growth, not all are seeing its benefits.
Laos' "Different Face" of Poverty
India’s Looming Microcredit Crisis
October 30, 2011
India’s Looming Microcredit Crisis
Microfinance schemes were meant to be the saviour of the world’s poor. But in parts of India, lenders are enticing borrowers into poverty traps.
India’s Looming Microcredit Crisis
The Microfinance Trap?
October 03, 2011
The Microfinance Trap?
Is microfinance the saviour of the poor that some see it as? In Southeast Asia, the jury is still out.
The Microfinance Trap?
May 23, 2011
Microfinance and Young Indonesia
The problems at Grameen Bank and in India have hurt the image of microfinance. It’s still a good bet for Indonesia.
Microfinance and Young Indonesia
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