Here's a story about how members of the Changemakers community are promoting social enterprise in Bangladesh:
In these topsy-turvy economic times, there's great hope in the fact that one of the world's most famous banks is one that caters to the poorest of individuals and that its founder makes regular appearances in the financial news media. The Grameen Bank in Dhaka, Bangladesh, started by Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus, is a bank of the future.
Yunus’ Grameen Bank is world-renowned for popularizing micro-credit—the lending of small amounts of money to poor people so they can invest in business—and their dreams—and rise above the poverty line.
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