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5 Minutes With an M.B.A. Student Who Worked on a Microfinance Program for Iraq 1

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Daniel Greenberg (far left, with other students) worked on marketing an Iraq-based lender.

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Daniel Greenberg (far left, with other students) worked on marketing an Iraq-based lender.

Business schools once prepared students for corporate boardrooms. Now they're trying to give students a taste of the world. Through Harvard Business School's Global Impact Experience program, Daniel Greenberg, a second-year business student, was paired with CHF International, a nonprofit international-development group, to create a marketing strategy for its microfinance program in Iraq. Because of the dangers that still plague that country, Mr. Greenberg and two other Harvard students spent