6th Global Islamic Microfinance Forum, Nov 8 - 9, 2016 at Nairobi, Kenya


Thursday, September 15, 2016 03:51 PM / AlHuda CIBE

AlHuda CIBE is an established name in Islamic Microfinance sector focusing on Research, Capacity Building Products Development and Publications to promote Islamic Microfinance globally for the last ten years.

In pursuance of our goal to promote Islamic Microfinance globally for poverty alleviation, financial inclusion and social development, we are pleased to announce “6th Global Islamic Microfinance Forum” which is scheduled on November 8 - 9, 2016 at Nairobi, Kenya with a “Post Event Training Workshop on Shariah Foundation, Sustainable Operational Strategies and Innovation – Conception to Practices” dated for November 10 -11, 2016.

Global Islamic Microfinance Forum (GIMF) is an annual apex gathering of Islamic Microfinance, Microfinance, Rural Finance, Funder/ Donor agencies, Multilateral organizations and other allied sectors of Microfinance to address the poverty problems and their solutions through Islamic Microfinance.

You are requested to participate and nominate your officials for participation for the said event. For more details about registration process and contents to be covered, you can visit: www.alhudacibe.com/gimf2016   

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