Yunus: Slash poverty to zero

August 18, 2007
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[Staff News Writer, E-Bangladesh.]

Professor Muhammad Yunus — Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and Founder of Grameen Bank — urged South Asian nations to get closer quickly by resolving conflicts and work collectively towards slashing poverty to zero in the region. His appeal came Saturday as part of his keynote speech at the sixth conference of the South Asian Free Media Association in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

2 Responses to Yunus: Slash poverty to zero

  1. Mahmud
    August 20, 2007 at 5:40 am

    When the whole country is suffering heavily due to flood, our so called savior is visiting from one country to another giving lecture on removing poverty from world. I have not seen any effort of him on doing something for the flood-affected people. He is on a journey from Indonesia to Sri Lanka, also to New York.This man is a complete hypocrite.

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