In this video series-1, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Dr. Muhammad Yunus, discusses how in times of global financial crisis the poor have proved themselves to be credit-worthy, contrary to the conventional wisdom of large banks. Speaking at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C, Dr. Yunus talks about Grameen’s Microcredit project in New York and how successful the programme became even in the times of global financial meltdown. The video ends with a poignant question by Dr. Yunus, “Who is credit worthy?”

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