Muhammad Yunus' 3 ways to save the developing world

Posted by: Tedstaff

Via the Daily Beast : An excerpt from "Creating a World Without Poverty," by Muhammad Yunus, the Nobel Peace Prize winner and founder of Grameen Bank. In this essay, Yunus offers three thoughts about how luckier countries can help the developing world during this credit crisis, when gains of the past few years are being erased. The key: social business.
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Comments (1)

  • Tanya Stevens commented on Apr 13 2009

    Resources meant to help people in the developing world will continue to be looted until the world powers that provide these funds start cutting off funds to regimes that are corrupt, that goes for NGO’s too.

    shen min