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Yes, Microlending Reduces Extreme Poverty
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Overall, however, my study suggests that more microcredit would benefit poor countries. National governments and international
Muhammad Yunus on How to Change the World: Do the Reverse
Largest network of social entrepreneurs worldwide
"The best advice I have for parents is to give your child space. Treat her like a full person right from the beginning."
My TEDx Talk: How to Create a Successful Social Enterprise
After months of organizing and gathering my thoughts, I developed the B.I.B. methodology, which underlines the success of most social enterprises.
In Bangladesh, the Steady Pursuit of Justice and Freedom
Kerry Kennedy is president of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights.
Last week, at the invitation of my friend Muhammad Yunus, I traveled to Bangladesh, a truly humbling and inspiring experience. I met so many incredible people struggling to improve their country and their lives.
Changing Lives With Spare Change: My Two Cents on Microfinance
Emmy award-winning Actress, Novelist and Playwright
I love the microfinance approach because instead of being a welfare model, it's a model that puts the recipient at the center of the solution. And in doing so, the victory is a thousand times sweeter.
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