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    • An early assessment of CFPR II support packages 

      Das, Narayan Chandra; Raza, Wameq Azfar; Misha, Farzana Akter (BRAC Research and Evaluation Division, 2009-12)
      Based on the programmatic lessons and research knowledge accumulated from CFPR phase I, CFPR phase II was designed to expand its outreach while incorporating greater diversity in support packages. The support packages of ...
    • Impact of char development and settlement project on improving the livelihood of char dwellers 

      Raza, Wameq; Bhattacharjee, Anindita; Das, Narayan Chandra (BRAC Research and Evaluation Division, 2011-01)
      The Char Development and Settlement Project (CDSP) was a joint initiative of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Government of Bangladesh to achieve sustainable livelihood development of coastal char ...
    • Nexus of price and income with money in Bangladesh 

      Kashem, Mohammad Abul (Brac University, 2020)
      The key objective of this thesis is to investigate the linkages of money with income and price level using annual time series data for the period of 1978 to 2018 of Bangladesh. The stationarity of the data has been tested ...
    • Towards employability and better livelihood: An evaluation of BRAC’s skills development initiative 

      Bhattacharjee, Anindita; Kamruzzaman, Md. (BRAC Research and Evaluation Division, 2016-10)
      BRAC initiated Skills Training for Advancing Resources (STAR) as a pilot project in 2012 with the aim to provide skill development opportunities to urban youth for securing better employment. Several rounds of quantitative ...
    • Walking on two legs: Credit plus grant approach to poverty reduction 

      Ara, Jinnat; Das, Narayan Chandra; Kamruzzaman, Md; Quayyum, Tasmeen (BRAC Research and Evaluation Division, 2017)
      There is a growing recognition that the ultra-poor are generally not integrated into the current anti-poverty programs. In this paper, we estimate the long-run impacts of a credit plus grant approach, a combination of ...