Economic expert, banker and Nobel Peace Prize Winner Muhammad Yunus said that based on the experience of the country in which he lives and works, he encourages people from the other countries to make things happen.
Nobel Peace Prize Winner Muhammad Yunus, the CEO of Bosna Bank International (BBI) Amer Bukvić, and Abdul Aziz Al-Mutairi, the General Director of Centennial fund from Saudi Arabia, signed today in Sarajevo a memorandum on cooperation, which includes support for entrepreneurs who are focused on socially responsible business.
According to the contractors, this signed memorandum will give the opportunity to the potential entrepreneurs to undergo trainings through various campaigns and projects for successful starting and developing a self-sustaining business.
As highlighted today, memorandum is especially targeting socially vulnerable groups and youth.
Economic expert, banker and Nobel Peace Prize Winner Yunus said that based on experience of the country in which he lives and works, he encourages the other people from the other countries to make things happen.
‘’ I am very happy for signing this memorandum and thus building a cooperation. In this way, we are inspiring others too. This leads us to Albania, Brazil, Columbia, Haiti, Uganda and India. The barriers between the people should be removed, so that they can become productive and creative, and that is how the things are being changed in them and the world. We believe that we are not employers who are giving the job, but creating it. We only provide conditions for the people to work and be creative’’, said Yunus.