Sahulat Microfinance Society is seriously working on using
microfinance as a tool to alleviate poverty.
Launched earlier this year by the
Delhi-based Human Welfare Foundation, the Society is building a
network of microfinance system throughout the country.
Part of campaign to spread awareness
about microfinance and to collect ideas on how it can be used as
poverty alleviation tool, the Society held a daylong program at
Bihar Chamber of Commerce here in Patna on September 27.
K.A. Siddique Hasan, President, Sahulat Microfinance Society,
introduced the Society to the audience.
He said Sahulat is a national
organization which is an important wing of Human Welfare
Foundation, which is working on the program of Microfinance in all
the corners of India.
“This Programme’s chief motive is to
link the tool of microfinance with the serious poverty alleviation
efforts in India, and to consolidate and document the ideas
related to spreading Microfinance in India,” said Hasan.
Noted scholars and professionals
from financial, educational, social and
banking fields were present at the
People suggested on how to make
microfinance banking system more effective that will help us to
bridge the gap between the deprived section of the society and
Arshad Ajmal, Vice President,
Sahulat Microfinance Society, greeted the audience and expressed
thanks for their kind presence at the meet.