Muhammad Yunus, Banker to the Poor
Name : Vivie Elianti Pratiwi 3645
Grade : 7-B
Teacher : Ms. T. Lewis
Date : April 26, 2013
Name (Role Model) : Muhammad Yunus
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Professor Dr. Muhammad Yunus
Muhammad Yunus is a banker to the poor and economist who was born on 28 June 1940 in Bangladesh. He was a professor of economics and is famous for his work in microcredit. Professor Muhammad Yunus established the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh in 1983 to help the poor by giving...
To economists, the eradication of poverty has seldom meant more than a topic for abstract analysis. The reality is that even in the 21st century, many countries, let alone continental populations face deprivation of human needs such as food, clothing and shelter due to lack of financial...
who have been kept outside the banking orbit on the grounds that they are poor and hence not bankable. This bank has been founded by Professor Muhammad Yunus, who believes that if financial resources are available to the poor people on terms and conditions that are appropriate and reasonable, “These...
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Muhammad Yunus at World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, January 31, 2009 |
Born | 28 June 1940...
destruction of property by fire. Also, keeping this surah
in one’s possession ensures safety from the evil designs
This surah is ‘makki’ and it has 109 verses. It is
narrated from Imam Ja’far as-Sadiq (a.s.) that if a person
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the micro-credit pioneers Grameen Bank and Professor Muhammad Yunus, the Nobel peace Price winners in 2006.
Entrepreneur Iqbal Quadie first had the idea of providing mobile telephony to the poor of Bangladesh. His early discussions with Professor Yunus later resulted in launching the internationally acclaimed...
Bank, which has the poor people as its depositors and customers, is an example of this kind of social business.
These were developed by Prof. Muhammad Yunus at the World Economic Forum in Davos, January 2009
* Business objective will be to overcome poverty, or one or more problems (such as education...
highlighted the microcredit pioneer Muhammad Yunus, who has transformed the third world with his visionary leadership.
Executive Summery 2
1.0 Introduction 4
2.0 Success of Grameen Bank 4
3.0 Analysis of leadership qualities of Mohammad Yunus 5
3.1 Situational leadership 5
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program is that the overwhelming majority (98%) of its borrowers are women.
The origin of Grameen Bank can be traced back to 1976 when Professor Muhammad Yunus, a Fulbright scholar at Vanderbilt University and Professor at University of Chittagong, launched a research project to examine the possibility...
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Muhammad Yunus |
Muhammad Yunus at World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, 25 January 2012 |
Born | 28 June 1940 (age 72)
Chittagong, Bangladesh (then part of the British Raj) |
has been greatly discouraged by traditionalists working in the field of microfinance. The first line of attack, taken up by such luminaries as Muhammad Yunus, the Nobel Peace prize-winning founder of the non-profit microfinance institution, Grameen Bank, is to accused profit providers for charging their...
Zahir-ud-din Muhammad Babur (14 February 1483 – 26 December 1530; sometimes also spelt Baber or Babar) was a conqueror from Central Asia who, following a series of setbacks, finally succeeded in laying the basis for the Mughal dynasty in the Indian Subcontinent and became the first Mughal emperor...
heaven. For all accounts the life of Jesus was a peaceful one that fulfilled Old Testament prophecies of the Jewish faith for the savior’s arrival.
Muhammad received revelations from God, referred to as Allah, and they were recorded in the Qur’an. The Qur’an is the holy text of the Islamic religion. Islam...
poverty means the state or condition of having little or no money, goods, or means of support; condition of being poor. Two motivated authors, Muhammad Yunus and Lucy Lameck, wrote two different short stories in the book “Reading the World: Ideas that Matter” that have inspired me to write this essay...
Peace Prize laureate Prof. Muhammad Yunus and is described in his books “Creating a world without poverty—Social Business and the future of capitalism and Building Social Business—The new kind of capitalism that serves humanity's most pressing needs.”
In these books, Yunus defined a Social Business as...
prize, Professor Muhammad Yunus, stated that most of the banks did not point out their credit schemes to help on the rural poor especially women. When these issue arise, most of the poverty were forced to borrow money from those who given high interest rate on loan. Therefore in 1976, Yunus started to launch...
* 56 Sidney Weintraub, Paul Davidson and Post-Keynesian Economics
* 57 Amartya Sen and Development Economics
* 58 Muhammad Yunus and Microcredit
* 59 The Feldstein-Horioka Puzzle
* 60 Robert E. Hall and the Flat Tax
* 61 The Dot-Com Bubble
* 62 The 2008-2009...
Title: Eradication of poverty from the world is a challenge for Dr. Yunus
If someone asked me who is the great leader without any hesitation I will replied Muhammad Yunus, founder of the Grameen Bank. He is visionary man and his desire is to remove the poverty from the world. He believed...
Micro-lending and the battle against world poverty, by Yunus Muhammad.
"What challenges did Yunus overcome to develop microfinance?"
The data on the starvation and poverty issues pushed the economist Muhammad Yunus to invent another type of finance, called microfinance...
Banker to the Poor Book Review
The book “Banker to the Poor” by Muhammad Yunus is the story of the Grameen Bank Program, which is founded in Bangladesh by Yunus to help the poor. Born in 1940 in the city of Chittagong, Professor Yunus studied at Dhaka University in Bangladesh, and then received a Fulbright...
Review of the book “Banker to the Poor”- by MUHAMMAD YUNUS- by LG 9
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Prof. Mohammed Yunus is a Bangladeshi banker and economist. He previously was a professor of economics where he developed the concept of microcredit. These loans are...
Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank
Executive summary :
The Grameen Bank of Bangladesh created the model for large-scale "micro lending" in the developing world, in the process becoming an institution known and respected internationally for a creative and effective...
In the Women’s Bank of Bangladesh, Muhammad Yunus is trying to give the audience his viewpoint on the objections of the religious and village leaders to women’s participation in the Grameen Bank. Many of the male leaders in the village take issue with the implementation of the Grameen Bank, but back...
Dr Muhammad Yunus, a banker and economist, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006 for his efforts to improve the economic and social conditions of the disadvantaged poor in Bangladesh. Hailed as a rare visionary, Yunus, who leads a simple life, wants to eradicate poverty from the world.
the Pursuit of Liberty and Happiness: How the Life of Mohammad Yunus Continue to Impact the World
|Purpose |This paper purposes to assess how these unalienable rights have shaped the life of Muhammad Yunus, the founder of|
| |Grameen Bank, winner...
Department of Business Administration, School of
Management Sciences, Tezpur University, for providing us the opportunity, to do a case study on Muhammad Yunus and his leadership skills. The study enabled us to discover different styles of leadership that he applied, which led him from being an Economics...
Banker to the Poor
Spring 2012 (Econ-3150)
In 1976, Muhammad Yunus began visiting all of the poorest households in the village of Jobra to see if he could be of any help to the citizens. Many of these homes were rundown and barely in livable condition...
military coup on 30 May 1981. His successor Abdus Sattar was forced out of power on 24 March 1982 by another military coup led by General hussain muhammad ershad.
BNP faced a crisis in 1983 when it split into three factions: BNP (Sattar), BNP (Huda) and BNP (Dudu-Nilu) over the question of leadership...