EFEBy Azad Majumder Dhaka

Mohammad Yunus, the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize winner, gave a small loan to a poor woman 45 years ago, thus sowing the seed for a micro-credit bank to help Bangladesh village entrepreneurs fight poverty.

Mohammad Babul grew up listening to his grandmother Sufia Khatun's stories about how the small loan led to the birth of a bank that transformed the lives of millions of poor people around the world. EFE