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Socioeconomic impact of BRAC Schools
(Research and Evaluation Division, Brac, 2002)
BRAC, one of the largest NGOs in Bangladesh, stru1ed the Non-formal Primary Education (NFPE) programme to help achieve its twin objectives of poverty alleviation and empowerment of the poor. BRAC firmly believes that the ...
Role of skilled female construction worker (Mason) in post- earthquake reconstruction and their Socio-Economic changes: a case of Gorkha Earthquake, Nepal
(Brac University, 2019-09)
Women are seen as a vulnerable group in most of the disasters, but disasters do not only increase women’s vulnerabilities; rather, it also makes women socio-economically empowered by giving opportunity in post-disaster ...
Women’s decision making from men’s view: a perception analysis from the city of Dhaka
(Brac University, 2018-12)
The ability of women to make decisions that affect the personal circumstances of their own lives is an essential aspect of empowerment and serves as an important contributor to women’s overall welfare. There has been ...
Literature review of women's empowerment
(Research and Evaluation Division, Brac, 2000-03)