We do whatever it takes to create the conditions and opportunities for people, women and girls especially, to take control of their own lives. Tools include microloans for women farmers, micro-savings accounts, schools for children, clubs for adolescent girls, maternal healthcare, legal empowerment, higher education through BRAC University, and more.
Building Markets for the Poor
Though microfinance on its own is often not enough to lift families out of poverty, combined with other interventions, BRAC has found that it is has positive effects even on non-financial indicators.
Reaching Vulnerable Populations
BRAC effectively empowers the most vulnerable through tailored programs for those living on less than 60 cents per day, adolescent girls and those affected by climate change and natural disasters.
- Building Markets
- Vulnerable Populations