Islamic Microfinance
An incredible tool for poverty alleviation
6th Global Islamic Microfinance Forum 2016
Event Agenda
Conference - 8th & 9th November
Current Status and Future Potential
  • Islamic Microfinance – Global Scenario & Development
  • New Frontiers of Islamic Microfinance
  • Shariah principles, Operational Mechanism and Marketing Strategies of Islamic Microfinance
  • Innovation, impact and future potential of Islamic Microfinance
  • Technological Intervention, Crowd Funding & Mobile vollet – An Energetic boost for the Industry.
Islamic Agriculture & Rural Finance
  • How Islamic Microfinance can facilitate the Rural Finance?
  • Islamic Agricultural Finance – An Ideal Mechanism to fulfill the all crop/farmer needs.
  • Salaam & other Hybrid Products for Agri. & Rural Finance.
  • MicroTakaful: As an effective tool for poverty reduction in rural area’s.
Qard-e-Hasn Model of Islamic Microfinance
  • Akhuwat model adding new dimensions in Microfinance salient features
  • Linking Microfinance with business community
  • Replicating Qarz-e-Hasn Model – Challenges & Benefits
  • Impact assessment – A Case study
Role of Technology for the development of Islamic Microfinance
  • Integration of Mobile/Branchless banking with Islamic Microfinance
  • Mobile Vollet / Cash less Transaction – A revolutionary Development in Islamic Microfinance Industry.
  • Empowering Islamic Microfinance by fulfilling social and development expectations
  • IT solutions to strengthen Islamic Microfinance Industry
  • Youth Development and Vocational Literacy programs through Islamic Microfinance
Power Table - Panel Discussion I: An interaction with Donor & Funding Agencies
  • Funding challenges of Islamic microfinance institutions
  • How to fund Islamic microfinance institutions
  • Role of Funding Agencies for the development of industry
  • Issues, opportunities & way forward
Power Table – Panel Discussion II: Challenges and opportunities of Islamic Microfinance Industry:
  • What are the barriers of adopting Islamic Microfinance globally and how to resolve them?
  • Initiatives needed in designing a framework for policy making for the expansion of Islamic Microfinance
  • Bottlenecks in the strategies which constraint the growth of Islamic Microfinance
  • Donors reluctance towards Islamic Microfinance: Causes and solutions
Speakers of 5th Global Microfinance Forum
Which was held on November 24th and 25th in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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6th Global Islamic Microfinance Forum 2016
  • Alhuda CIBE offers trainings that are regular and their quality is very good. There are only fewer organizations which are giving trainings of Islamic banking to young professionals that is much appreciable.

    • Mr. Shafqaat Ahmed
    • Country Head, AlBaraka Islamic Bank Limited - Pakistan
  • I am really impressed and motivated to see AlHuda CIBE efforts towards development and promotion of Islamic Banking in Pakistan. It will be an honor for us if AlHuda organize such awareness activities in Bangladesh.

    • Abdul Raqib
    • Executive President, Bank Islami Bangladesh
  • We hope that AlHuda CIBE effort for promotion of Islamic Banking through holding training programs and organizing seminars will continue for the benefit of Islamic the Banking Industry in Pakistan as well as aboard.

    • Governor.
    • State Bank of Pakistan.
  • AlHuda has taken up the subject seriously and after due consideration, I feel that we should promote and encourage the people in his serious effort. In a way, AlHuda CIBE has shared our burden.

    • Pervaiz Said
    • President of Chief Executive Officer, Dawood Islamic Bank Ltd.
  • This is a great initiative to aware & educate the people and spread the message of Islam. ALHUDA is doing a very good job and we must be promote it.

    • Prof. Dr. Khawaja Amjad Saeed
    • Principal Hailey Collage of Banking and Finance, The Punjab University - Lahore
  • The achievements of Alhuda CIBE are wonderful. AlHuda should also introduce some courses to Islamic scholars so that they could have conventional banking trainings as well so that their knowledge of supervision should be two pronged in order to judge the both systems.

    • Dr. Zubair Usmani
    • Shariah Advisor, MCB Bank Limited
  • I would like to thank AlHuda Centre of Islamic Banking and Economics to work for the first initiative towards spreding the knowledge of islamic banking and finance in Afghanistan

    • Mr. Abdul Qadir Fitrat
    • Governor, Central Bank Afghanistan
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