Fatma is 26 years old from Egypt and graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with Masters degree on Social Business and MircoFinance with Yunus Centre in 2015.

 

She has now joined the Yunus Centre in 13th January 2016 as an Intern. She is working with Cam, Olga,  and Neil on the “FineWell  Project”.  It’s a research study about fair credit, Health and wellbeing. The research aims to explore the link between fair financial services and health and wellbeing. This study also explores the views on what might facilitate this association. For example, can fair credit and/or financial advice schemes be considered as public health initiatives?

Email: Fatma.Ibrahim@gcu.ac.uk 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 

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Telephone: +44 (0)141 331 3912
Email: fatma.ibrahim@gcu.ac.uk

Fatma is originally from Egypt and graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with a Master’s degree in Social Business and Microfinance in 2015.

She joined the Yunus Centre in 2016 as a Research Intern to work on a two year project funded by the Scottish Government’s Chief Scientist Office ‘Fair credit, health and well-being: eliciting the perspectives of low-income individuals (FinWell)’. The project aims to establish, from the perspective of low and moderate income individuals, if an association exists between the use of financial services, particularly fair-price microcredit, and health and wellbeing, and the mechanisms through which any perceived association might operate. Fatma is working with Professor Cam Donaldson, Professor Rachel Baker, Dr Olga Biosca and Dr Neil McHugh and colleagues across the third sector.

 

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