Certified Islamic Microfinance Practitioner
Dr. Amjad Saqib, founder of Akhuwat (endorsement)
- Aspiring future Islamic Bankers can gain knowledge to apply for opportunities in Islamic Microfinance Institutions
- Take your place in a growing Islamic Microfinance industry
- Start your own Waqf Fund for your community’s development and self-sufficiency
Sample Certificate (Click here to buy the Bundle)
- Endorsed by Akhuwat - World’s largest interest-free microfinance organization.
- Learn while interacting directly with the course instructor
- Gain theoretical knowledge with real-life practical example and practices
- Gain a holistic overview of development economics
- Unlimited access to course class recordings, material, and exercises for 1 year
- Learn how to integrate Islamic and conventional practices for starting a community fund
- Learn community activation and mobilisation processes
- Practical group working session & project submission
- Earn a certificate after course completion and final exam
- Access to Mobile App & Digital Learning Platform access to learn anytime from anywhere!
About Dr. Aneeqa Malik
Dr. Aneeqa Malik is a published author, economic philosopher and likes to call herself an economic mystic and activist. She is a trained Action Learning Training & Research Facilitator and a Transformation Management Consultant working closely with Trans4m Communiversity Associates (TCA) as their Managing Partner. She assists TCA’s world-wide communities by bringing in her Eastern Sufi impulse to economic fold. TCA, as a Communiversity (university without walls) takes a unique take on unlocking the potential of societies in their own cultural context by initiating a process of societal regeneration through their Trans-doctoral and PHD (Process for Holistic Development) programs.
During her PHD research she coined the term Soulidarity, a soulful impulse for societal and human subsistence. This is why she likes to call herself a So(u)lidarity Process Facilitator and a stewardess for societal transformation and social innovation having multi-functional experience in a wide variety of business/enterprise sectors. Her Soulidarity Economic model is a model for communal self-sufficiency and how communities can generate their own reciprocal endowment for socio-economic well-being. She is in the process of setting up a Chair for Integral Soulidarity Economy in Islamic context at Da Vinci Institute, South Africa, along with her TCA colleagues for their African Centre for Integral Research & Design (ACIRD).
Her first book; Integral Finance: Akhuwat - A Case Study of the Solidarity Economy has been published by Routledge as part of Trans4m’s Transformation and Innovation series. The book is co-authored by Aneeqa Malik as TRANS4M Fellow and Dr Amjad Saqib, founder of world’s largest Qard-e-Hasan (benevolent loans) organisation; Akhuwat Foundation, aiming to alleviate abject poverty from Pakistan by providing interest-free loans to micro-entrepreneurs.
She, along with her colleagues, has initiated various processes of Community Activation Learning & Development (CLAD) programs, in Pakistan, South Africa and Zimbabwe.