While we were creating this website, we had the opportunity to interview seven experts in the field of poverty alleviation. The transcripts from their interviews are located in different sections in various areas of the site, and material from their interviews was invaluable in helping write many other sections. Here, you can find links to the transcripts of the interviews along with a brief description of the material covered in it.
|Till Waenbacht (1  2):
Till Waenbacht's interview has been split into two sections: one on his experience with health and poverty in Tanzania, and the other on education in Tanzania.
Alain Delaune worked in Dhaka training teachers, and he shares his experience in this interview.
|Professor Muhammad Yunus:
Professor Muhammad Yunus is often credited with 'inventing' microcredit. In this interview, he shares his thoughts on microcredit in general and on his own microcredit organization, Grameen Bank.
Rehnuma Karim is a PhD candidate working to start her own non-governmental organization, and describes what she is trying to do in this interview.
Muhit Rahman founded the NGO 'the Bangladesh Relief Fund,' and shares his views on poverty in this interview.
Kathleen McHugh is a Senior Management Support Specialist at 'Save the Children,' and discusses the role of NGOs and government in reducing poverty.
Peter Bell, former President of CARE USA, talks about poverty and NGOs in this interview.
Bell, Peter. Telephone Interview. 19 December 2005.
Delaune, Alain. Personal Interview. 4 December 2005.
Karim, Rehnuma. Personal Interview. 24 December 2005.
McHugh, Kathleen. Telephone Interview. 5 January 2006.
Rahman, Muhit. Personal Interview. 2005.
Waenbacht, Till. Personal Interview. 4 December 2005.
Yunus, Muhammad. Telephone Interview. 8 December 2005.