Weekly Roundup

Thu, 2014-01-30 17:12
This week's roundup looks into three development myths about the poor, and the views that financial service providers have on the future of financial inclusion. Also this week, Grameen America Board Chair Muhammad Yunus gives six lessons for young social entrepreneurs.
  • Is financial inclusion possible by 2020? Leading regulators and financial service providers share their views on whether full financial inclusion is possible by 2020 and how expanding access to quality financial services will improve lives around the world. Check out the video here.
  • "Dream Big" is one of the six lessons Grameen America Board Chair Muhammad Yunus gives to young social entrepreneurs. Read the full article here
Professor Yunus with Grameen America Member

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