8th Global Islamic Microfinance Forum holds November 25 – 26, 2018


Sunday, September 16, 2018  09.49AM  / By AlHuda CIBE


AlHuda CIBE is an established name in Islamic Microfinance & Development sector focusing on Research, Development, Capacity Building, Product Development and Publications.


In pursuance of their goal to promote Islamic Microfinance globally for poverty alleviation, financial inclusion and social development, they have announced the “8th Global Islamic Microfinance Forum” which is scheduled on November 25 -26, 2018 with two (2) days Post Event Training Workshop on Islamic Microfinance –Operations, Practices and Outreach” dated November 27 -28, 2018 at Dubai, UAE.


Global Islamic Microfinance Forum (GIMF) is an annual apex gathering of Islamic 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.


AlHuda CIBE represents that the notion behind conducting these forums is to create awareness of Islamic Microfinance for the benefit of humankind and to help poor to survive at their best. This is the reason why these events are conducted internationally so that masses can enjoy its perquisites. This year it is expected that the forum will unbolt new horizons, opportunities and innovation for Microfinance industry thus helping them eliminate poverty with support of Islamic Microfinance.


This Forum will provide participants with a unique opportunity to increase and strengthen the visibility of their products/services among their targeted audience.

You can Participate and Nominate staff for the forum and get 20% early bird discount by completing the registration details available here www.alhudacibe.com/gimf2018



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