Last year, AlHuda CIBE has convened Global Islamic Microfinance Forum on December 8, 2012 - Dubai, U.A.E to expand the vision of microfinance all over the world. Supporters, sponsors and attendees admired the conference that served as a spokesman of the poor community to aroused the need of micro financing as a whole. AlHuda-CIBE is going to arrange 3 International Conference on Islamic Microfinance entitled as “Global Islamic Microfinance Forum” that will be held on October 6 at Dubai, U.A.E with Two Days Post Event Training Workshops on October 7th and 8th , 2013. The main cause of the series of conferences is to increase the scope and trend of Islamic Micro Financing in the developing and under developed countries to open the horizon of helping the poor to survive to their best.
We are quite hopeful that this forum will help to fairly and broadly distribute new opportunities and innovations across Microfinance field so as to build an even stronger movement to eliminate Poverty. We intend to collate the manpower for a collective social movement to support Islamic microfinance as the best tool to eradicate poverty. The vision of this Islamic Microfinance Global Forum is to create a value in the line of Islamic microfinance for the benefit of human kind and motive to create awareness in the masses and International Market through this event.
The core objectives of this Forum are:
Promoting awareness of Islamic Microfinance among the masses, government and Non Governmental Sectors and Multilateral Donor agencies.
Promote Islamic Microfinance Model which is compatible with the models being used in Conventional Microfinance.
Create a more favorable environment for Islamic Microfinance at national and
To promote Islamic microfinance as a social phenomenon instead of business oriented model
Gain global practices on Islamic microfinance through learned national and international scholars and experts
To recognize Islamic Microfinance as sustainable system worldwide
Awareness of Islamic Microfinance system as sustainable and viable solution for poverty
Buildup the recognition of Islamic Microfinance system, for the encouragement of practitioners/microfinance institutions/ donor agencies/ Government institutions
To provide a Platform to start a dialogue with multilateral donor organizations and Microfinance Network
Providing innovative knowledge of the various aspects of Islamic microfinance
To provide the opportunities for collaborations/partnerships with donor agencies,
Islamic banks and Islamic Microfinance Institutions/Networks.
To ensure continued growth of Islamic Microfinance Institutes
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