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Poultry against extreme poverty: an early assessment of poultry in CFPR/TUP
(Research and Evaluation Division, BRAC, 2003)
BRAC's microfinance canvass: financial services and strategic linkages
The poor are a diverse group with diverse livelihoods, needs and potential, which change over time due to lifecycle, new opportunities and external shocks. This diverse and dynamic reality of poor peoples' lives forms ...
Combining targeting methodologies for better targeting of the extreme poor: some preliminary findings from BRAC's CFPR/TUP programme
Since January 2002, BRAC has started a new program targeted at the extreme poor, called, 'Challenging the Frontiers of Poverty Reduction: Targeting the Ultra Poor' (CFPR/TUP). This Programme seeks to challenge the frontiers ...
Micro Health Insurance (MHI) pilot of BRAC: a demand side study
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2005-12)
Gram Shahayak Committees: a profile study
Struggling TUP members: lessons from case studies
Combining methodologies for better targeting of the extreme poor: lessons from BRAC's CFPR/TUP programme (TUP working paper -2)
This paper aims to assess the effectiveness and draw lessons from the targeting strategy used in a new BRAC programme called Challenging the Frontiers of Poverty Reduction-Targeting the Ultra Poor (CFPR/TUP) that aims ...
Engaging elite support for the poorest? BRAC's experience with the ultra poor programme (TUP working paper -3)
This paper describes and draws lessons from the experience of engaging village elite in support of the ultra poor through the Gram Shahayak Committees (GSC), as part of BRAC's CFPR/TUP programme. The paper addresses the ...
The very poor who participate in microfinance institutions and those who never did: a comparative analysis
Despite the general consensus that the very poor have not been adequately reached by existing microfinance institutions, very little focussed research exists on the financial market participation of the very poor in general ...