Become Certified In Islamic Microfinance (CeIMF Beginner Level).
Join Dr. Aneeqa Malik for this course, endorsed by Akhuwat - the world’s largest interest-free microfinance organization.
This course’s primary purpose is to introduce participants to the concept of Microﬁnance as an eﬀective tool for social mobilisation, poverty alleviation, and communal self-suﬃciency. It will also cover the historic references and the need for microﬁnance in the current day economic scenario. Our aim is to familiarise participants with applied knowledge, in theory, and in practice, and to conceptualise in-depth the practical aspects of Islamic microﬁnance for entrepreneurial/ community ﬁnance.
Start your Journey and Master your skills as an Islamic Microfinance Professional
Do you already have a conventional finance or economics background and want to understand the key differences between Conventional Microfinance and Development Economics? Do you want to gain applied knowledge in Islamic Microfinance? This course will help you learn both the theoretical and practical application aspects.
Dr. Amjad Saqib, founder of Akhuwat (endorsement)
What You Will Learn
Shariah Compliance in Islamic Microfinance; Products and Application
Holistic Overview of Devleopment Economics
Knowledge of Indigenous Community Models of Finance
Managing Risk in Islamic Financial Products and Instruments
Comparative Historic References and Analysis of Islamic & Conventional Microfinance Solutions
How to Integrate Fund Management into Strategic Community Development
Is Islamic Microfinance an Effective Tool for Developmental Economics & Financial Inclusion?
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.