Anik Muntasir Chowdhury

Anik Muntasir Chowdhury is a consultant for Bangladesh in the Digital Financial Services - Payments and Distribution domain of MSC. He has five years of work experience in economic and development policy research, financial inclusion, organizational strategy, market landscaping and social research. He has worked in projects with ministries, government departments, think tanks, national and international NGOs, ready-made garment industry, research organizations and development agencies such as the World Bank, UNFPA, UNDP, USAID, the MetLife Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, CARE, and ActionAid in Bangladesh and India. His areas of expertise include program design, policy research, impact evaluation, research design, training of trainers, strategic decision making, market system development and framework modeling.

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Cool in Crisis: How Bangladeshi MFIs Stay Resilient

Through flood, drought and famine, Bangladesh's microfinance industry has survived over the decades and continued to serve low-income customers in times of crisis. What has made Bangladeshi microfinance institutions so resilient?