Microfinance mainly refers to micro-credit. A micro credit is a small loan which is mainly granted to people with a low income. There is no shortage of initiatives in developing countries, but there is a lack of funding for starting a business.
Microfinance, initiated by Muhammad Yunus in 1976, has proved to be a very crucial step in the upliftment of low-income rural and urban people across the world, and is still successfully implemented and running till today. The key highlights of microfinance are:
With the increasing use of microfinance, consciousness has been raised in the sectors of health and education among the women. Apart from poverty alleviation, microfinance enhances skill development, entrepreneurship and self-sufficiency. It also proves that the poor are not a burden on any economy, but they can contribute to it in a very constructive way.

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