Central Asian University Announces Exclusive Lecture by Muhammad Yunus

The Central Asian University (CAU) is thrilled to announce an exclusive guest lecture by the distinguished Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Professor Muhammad Yunus, founder of the Grameen Bank and a pioneer in the concepts of microfinance and social business. This momentous event is a part of our series of closed guest lectures featuring eminent global thinkers and innovators.

Event Date: December 21. Start Time: 4 PM. Location: Tashkent, CAEx Uzbekistan.

About the Speaker: Professor Muhammad Yunus, globally recognized for his revolutionary work in empowering the impoverished through microcredit, has significantly transformed the way the world views poverty alleviation and social entrepreneurship. His journey began with the establishment of the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh, which later became a model for microcredit institutions worldwide.


  • Nobel Peace Prize (2006): Awarded for his efforts to create economic and social development from below.
  • Presidential Medal of Freedom (2009): The highest civilian honor in the United States, recognizing his significant contributions to social business.
  • Congressional Gold Medal (2010): One of the highest civilian awards in the United States, acknowledging his revolutionary work in microfinance.

Professor Yunus' initiatives have sparked a global movement towards eradicating poverty and fostering sustainable development. He is an advocate for the concept of 'social business', businesses created to address and solve social problems.

Event Details: This exclusive lecture will provide invaluable insights into social entrepreneurship, microfinance, and sustainable economic development. It's a rare opportunity for the CAU community to interact with and learn from a living legend whose ideas have transformed millions of lives.

Registration for this event is mandatory due to limited seating. Secure your place and be a part of this enlightening experience by registering here:

Don't miss this opportunity to engage with one of the world's most influential thought leaders.