Socio-Economic impact assessment of Microfinance programs is of great importance to stakeholders (Government, NGOs, Microfinance Banks and Cooperatives) to investigate the impact of these programs on the poor and marginalized segments in operational areas so as to understand the current scenario and plan optimal strategies for the future. An empirical attempt has been made in the form of this book to investigate and compare; 1. The performance of Conventional and Islamic Microfinance programs with reference to Islamic Relief- Pakistan (IR-Pak) and Sungi Development Foundation (SDF). 2. Financing methodologies of both NGO based microfinance programs 3. Socio-Economic impact on the poor and financially marginalized masses in the areas under consideration of such programs.