Developing Social Businesses and using Microfinance for Sustainable Solutions to Poverty

 

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Children forced to Scavenge on Dumpsites across as Asia for USD1 per day Read more »

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Quality Education is Vital to Escape Poverty Permanently Read more »

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Microfinance provides income and hope for the future Read more »

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Social Business development provides training and sustainable income Read more »

 

The poor themselves can create a poverty-free world .... all we have to do is to free them from the chains that we have put around them.
- Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Laureate and founder of the Grameen Bank

Social business uses the dynamic principles of business and the skills,determination and experience of the poor to create a fairer world by lifting millions of very poor people out of poverty.
- Peter Hunt, Chair of Grameen Australia

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Grameen Australia is leading the way in the development of Social Businesses to provide employment for the poor and give them the skills and financial responsibility to escape poverty permanently.

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Grameen Australia's Microfinance Program is empowering poor people to change their lives through the creation of their own successful small businesses

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16th Dec, 2014

HELP us change more lives this Christmas - donate to Grameen Australia's poverty eradication programs in the Philippines and Cambodia

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7th Dec, 2014

#TyphoonHagupit is slowly moving across Philippines. The Typhoon appears to be resulting in less damage then originally feared due to a combination of better preparation and less storm intensity. The slow pace is however resulting in high rain levels which may lead to flooding and mudslides According to BBC World, the Typhoon is likely to remain over the Philippines until Thursday and may yet reach the capital Manila. @grameenaust continues to monitor the situation and is ready to act if necessary.

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4th Dec, 2014

Philippine residents in areas hardest hit by Typhoon Haiyan last year are bracing for another major typhoon which is expected to reach land on Saturday. Grameen Australia is actively monitoring the situation and will respond again if required. Read more from the ABC at http://ab.co/1zqKtcJ

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