Small Loans, Big Dreams: How Nobel Prize Winner Muhammad Yunus and Microfinance are Changing the World
Introduction to the 2008 Edition.
Introduction to the First Edition.
Chapter 1. Muhammad Yunus -From Vanderbilt To Chittagong.
Chapter 2. The Birth Of The Grameen Bank.
Chapter 3. Zianpur Bazaar.
Chapter 4. Las Papillons.
Chapter 5. Amena Begum's Dream.
Chapter 6. Omiyale Dupart.
Chapter 7. The Haldar Para.
Chapter 8. The Maxwell Street Market.
Chapter 9. Krishna Das Bala.
Chapter 10. The Hip Hop Shop.
Chapter 11. Dry Money in a Monsoon.
Chapter 12. The Black on Black Love Festival.
Chapter 13. The Sixteen Decisions.
Chapter 14. ‚ We're Here For You‚ .
About the Author.
Alex Counts is President and CEO of the Grameen Foundation, a nonprofit, Washington, D.C.based organization that has grown from modest beginnings in 1997 to become a global network of forty-six microfinance partners in twenty-four countries. Under his leadership, the Grameen Foundation impacts an estimated eighteen million lives in Asia, Africa, the Americas, and the Arab World. Counts trained to be a catalyst for change under Dr. Muhammad Yunus, the founder and Managing Director of the Grameen Bank and corecipient of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize.
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