Grameen brings over two decades of hands-on experience in institution building, product development, channel innovation, and deployment of technology to effectively serve low-income customers. A unique aspect of Grameen’s work is its deeply rooted research and analytics capability which ensures that the products, channels, and institutional strategies are aligned with the customer needs and also address institutional priorities.
ABOUT OUR SUBSIDIARY GFSI
GFSI works on large-scale innovative projects advancing financial inclusion, digital financial literacy, and entrepreneurship among low-income communities, particularly women. GFSI works in particular with leading philanthropic organizations and corporate CSR departments.
ABOUT OUR PARENT COMPANY GRAMEEN FOUNDATION
Grameen Foundation is a global non-profit that unites the power of women with the power of technology to enable the poor, especially women, to end poverty and hunger. It was founded in 1997, inspired by the work of Nobel Laureate Professor Mohammad Yunus, founder of Grameen Bank and a global leader in the fight against poverty. Over the years, Grameen Foundation has grown into a global non-profit that helps the world’s poorest people reach their full potential by providing access to essential financial services and information on agriculture and health. We believe that all of us desire to improve our lives and that all of us – even the poorest among us – can reach our full potential if we are given access to the right tools and timely information. Our digital health programs provide millions of poor people with health information and improved healthcare delivery, train and manage frontline health workers, and facilitate vaccine clinical trials in outbreak situations.
Likewise, globally, Grameen Foundation’s agriculture programs provide solutions to the problems that confront smallholder farmers every day-whether that is access to finance, farm inputs, weather information, technical information for farm and production management, or markets.
Four main program areas increase the access of women and poor communities to essential services: Community Agent Networks, Digital Financial Services for Women, Digital Innovation for Agriculture, and Bankers without Borders ®.