Implementation of Grameen Bank patterns resulted in a decrease in the level of significant poverty by providing funds to small businesses, especially by making provisions to unsecured women workers. Grameen Bank adoption in this study is based on sharia by forming a working group and adopting a joint responsibility system in overcoming the problem of loan repayment. However, if the working group does not know its potential, then it is unlikely that the Grameen Bank can run. This study includes qualitative results through the ABCD Model driven by the community itself. The results showed that the process of changing the mindset of Madura batik women community through the Focus Group Discussion was very effective when using the ABCD model. The Sharia-based bank grameen program in the community assistance process provides convenience and is not burdensome. The process of building potential by inviting discussion about self-potential is continued through workgroups that support one another.
|Number of pages||14|
|Journal||International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
- ABCD model
- Sharia-based grameen bank