Social Entrepreneurship is one of the most blurring concepts in the field of business. This debut book questions the feasibility of Social Entrepreneurship as a new approach in addressing social problems. Social Entrepreneurship: meaning, challenges, and strategies is a pack of theoretical frameworks that aim at investigating the very ways that social entrepreneurs opt for to create social value. It is via this aim that the author intends to create awareness over the concept. The book highlights the most outstanding meanings surrounding the notion of social business. Besides, it illustrates the challenges that social entrepreneurs encounter while running ventures with social missions. The author rounds up the discussion by emphasizing the most successful strategies of Microfinance within the Bottom-of-the-Pyramid.