Grameen Bank Multiple Services in Bangladesh
Kazi Abdur Rouf
The book narrates Grameen Bank (GB) and its sister organizations’ multiple services in Bangladesh and other MFIs’ services in different countries that the author has received from his working experience. The author was involved in GB credit, plus many programs in Bangladesh. The book informs readers about Grameen Bank’s multidimensional services that have been functioning in Bangladesh since its inception 1976. Many articles of the book published in different international journals, like International Journal of Research Studies in Management and International Journal of Research Studies in Education, Emerald Publishing UK. The book describes how Grameen Bank (GB) women borrowers and other MFIs’ borrowers have handled their microcredit borrowing, their savings, and how MFIs could serve better to microborrowers for their social, political. and economic empowerment within their community. Each article of the book also contains how MFIs could serve better integrated financial services (socioeconomic services for the microborrowers) to disadvantaged women that can lead to better provision of integrated microcredit services to them. The book is also looking for solutions to empower microborrowers’ socioeconomic development in Bangladesh in addition to Grameen group-based microcredit program.