Grameen America, a microfinance organization based on the Grameen lending model, announced it has successfully disbursed more than $1 million in micro-loans to low-income women, many of whom are immigrants, in Queens, New York.
Grameen America is a microfinance organization with a mission to alleviate poverty through entrepreneurship. In January 2008, Grameen America launched its first branch office in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of Queens to provide micro-loans (currently averaging $2,200 each) to the working poor, especially women, so they can lift themselves and their families out of poverty. The loans, meant for income-generating purposes, bear reasonable rates and enable borrowers to avoid predatory lending.
With a loan portfolio of $1 million and nearly a year of operating experience in the US, Grameen America now hopes to increase outreach, raise more capital and expand its services to other NYC boroughs in the coming year.
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