Indian social entrepreneur of the year gives rural women access to banking

Social enterprises aim to improve communities and help society benefit from their profits, so what could be more enterprising or more social than a bank for illiterate village women?

This is what the unassuming Chetna Sinha has set up: an Indian cooperative bank for 310,000 rural women, doing US$100 million worth of banking and micro-financing.

More information: http://www.thenational.ae/business/the-life/indian-social-entrepreneur-of-the-year-gives-rural-women-access-to-banking

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