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    Muhammad Yunus and I are best friends Oops I had to double check and I'd spelled Muhammad wrong Sorry buddyAnyways me and Mr Yunus are best friends because once he spoke at the library in Salt Lake City and when I heard about it I dro

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    After finishing this book I wanted to shout Yeah Preach it brother Really cool book Yunus won the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize for his decades of wor

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    While building my schedule for next year my goal was to take as few economics courses as possible After a year of studying economics I

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    Truly an amazing book I highly recommend this to anyone interested in development poverty or those wanting to lear

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    Highly recommended A true must read book

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    This book provides an informative overview of Grameen Bank and micro lending but I think that its argument in favor of micro lending would be stronger if Yunus spent time addressing the arguments of critics Although some cr

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    I read a 20 pages report written by a group of MBA students from Columbia Business School and it was as concise succinctly put as this 200 pages book on Grameen Bankmicrocredit The importance of open access to r

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    Dr Yunus could prove it is possible to lift the poorest out of poverty He could open eyes of bankers who stick with the idea that lending could happend only when collateral is secured His experience ilustrates the private sector is not only for the greedy but also for social minded individuals I would recommend the book to anyone w

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    This book has much in common with Three Cups of Tea One Man's Mission to Promote Peace One School at a Time In it Mohammad Yunus seeks to alleviate poverty one person at a time with micro loans It's a fascinating look at how the system works and the enterprise's founding and history were eually absorbing Like Three Cups of Tea howev

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    355 What an uplifting story Hats off to Muhammad Yunusकौन कहता है आसमां में सुराख नहीं ह

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Muhammad the Poor Micro Lending EpubYunus is that the Poor MOBI #243 rare thing a bona fide visionary His dream is the total eradication of poverty from the world In against the advice of banking and government officials Yunus established Grameen a bank devoted to providing the poorest of Bangladesh with minuscule loans Grameen Bank based on the belief that credit is a basic human right not the privilege of a fortunate few now provides over billion dollars of micro to the Poor Micro Lending PDFEPUBloans to than two million families in rural Bangladesh Ninety four percent of Yunus's clients are women and Banker to PDF repayment rates are near perc. Muhammad Yunus and I are best friends Oops I had to double check and I d spelled Muhammad wrong Sorry buddyAnyways me and Mr Yunus are best friends because once he spoke at the library in Salt Lake City and when I heard about it I drove down and sat shyly on the back row of the auditorium and clapped really hard for him Then after it was all over I saw him just kind of hanging out all alone on the stage and thought Maybe I could go and meet him and we could be best friends So I went down and said Mr Muhammad Yunus I just think you are the greatest guy in the whole world and I love you Then he goes Oh thank you and he HUGS ME I have hugged Mr Yunus Or I guess he has hugged me That s why we are best friendsThen like the next day or maybe the same day I went to the Stadium of Fire in Provo UT and he was one of the honored people of the Freedom Festival and got an award on stage in front of millions or thousands of people And I yelled Hey buddy and he waved in my general direction That s the story of our friendshipSo anyways the reason why he is so cool is this he is the guy who started the whole idea of micro credit where he would give very small loans like 2 to poor women who would then start their own business rise above generations and generations of poverty and save the world He set up the most amazing programs with groups of women and has the highest repayment percentage in like the entire world His program grows and grows and grows and helps woman and families all over the place When the LDS church started up the Perpetual Education Fund I thought HEY That s totally just like Muhammad s idea Maybe President Hinckley read his book tooOh and it all started in his native Bangladesh There is some website where you can do micro loans with your own money My sister sent it to me once after I made her read this book I invited her to see Muhammad Yunus in SLC but she declined and so she is not his friend But she might have that website stillBanker to the Poor is a cool book Read it

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Banker to the Poor Micro Lending and the Battle Against World Poverty

Ent Around the world micro lending programs inspired by Grameen are blossoming with than three hundred programs established in the United States alone Banker to the Poor is Muhammad Yunus's memoir of how he decided to change his life in order to help the world's poor In it he traces the intellectual and spiritual journey that led him to fundamentally rethink the economic relationship between rich and poor and the challenges he and his colleagues faced in founding Grameen He also provides wise hopeful guidance for anyone who to the Poor eBook #9734 would like to join him in putting homelessness and destitution in a museum so that one day our child. Highly recommended A true must read book

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Ren will visit it and ask how we could have allowed such a terrible thing to go on for so long The definitive history of micro credit direct from the man that conceived of it Banker to the Poor is necessary and inspirational reading for anyone interested in economics public policy philanthropy social history and business Muhammad Yunus was born in Bangladesh and earned his PhD in economics in the United States at Vanderbilt University to the Poor Micro Lending PDFEPUBwhere he was deeply influenced by the civil rights movement He still lives in Bangladesh and travels widely around the world on behalf of Grameen Bank and the concept of micro credit. I read a 20 pages report written by a group of MBA students from Columbia Business School and it was as concise succinctly put as this 200 pages book on Grameen Bankmicrocredit The importance of open access to resources is indispensable Hence I agree with Muhammad Yunus that the current financial system has inevitably and is successful in sidelining the neediest which eventually gives birth to the need to establish alternative institutions that work on social benefits as the underlying guidance in providing their services to the people The establishment of the bank and many other replicators might seem to be successful in helping these people to break the poverty cycle however exploitative forces still persist within the parameter Labeling these people as the untapped resources and knowing how profitable they all are once tapped lure the profiteers in Conseuently from this we can see that the establishment itself has become counterproductive not all however It makes me think and feel extremely appalled by the greediness and the very fact on how destructive human beings can actually be Besides I too agree with the fact that Grameen Bank might be one of the solutions to poverty not THE ultimate solution for it taking into account that it could not make a dent on the national or even worldwide poverty crisis despite the fact that the program has a widespread reach Though it is noble in its very own values I was disappointed with the insufficient details from the borrowers accounts on how microcredit has served and helped them to combat poverty The mere statistically glorious achievements attained by Grameen Bank with 90% repayment rate XX% borrowers managed to cross over the poverty line and whatnots fail to uench the thirst I have in knowing what does microcredit really mean to the impoverished Yunus stated that everybody should be seen as potential entrepreneurs and access to credit is vital for the people to realize this Yet I hardly can see how successful the poor people are in transforming themselves from nobodies into entrepreneurs thanks to the painfully brief victorious stories written by Yunus I was itching with curiosity to know the real detailed stories from these people s perspectives How do they make do with the microcredit being lent to them What lead them to engage in the business that they are doing Is training really not necessary for these people Besides there are things that Yunus had failed to mention in this book and one of those was the reasoning behind the creation of Grameen bank II which I had come to know when I read the report I mention above the operational crisis due to the 1995 boycott movement 1998 floods and moral hazard that the classic Grameen model had inflicted upon the borrowers In regard to this I think that this book has been sugarcoated with unaddressed crises and issues deepen my doubt about how successful Grameen Bank is beyond the statistical measures on social ground that is