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An assessment of the biweekly collection system of RDP
The present study intended to assess the effects of the biweekly collection system of RDP on both the BRAC staff and the programme participants. Data were derived from eight VOs as well as three AOs selected randomly. ...
A note on the performance of RDP (1996-'98)
A study on membership overlap among different NGOs in selected villages: its impact on micro-credit programmes and rural poor
For several decades BRAC and many other NGOs have been working with micro credit for alleviating rural poverty. The growth of micro credit has therefore been phenomenal, and so has the number of smaller NGOs working along ...
Women in sericulture: a case of BRAC
BRAC is a Bangladeshi non-government development organization working with mainly the rural poor women. Its twin objectives are alleviation of poverty and empowerment of women. The sericulture programme of BRAC as part ...
Women in carp pond cultivation: a case of BRAC
This is a case study on 106 female fishermen who made success in increasing their household income with the help of BRAC provided services. Fish cultivation was found to be highly correlated with many factors such as ...
Assailing poverty and patriarchy, how does small money fare?
This report is based on the findings of the case tracking study of 35 BRAC borrowers from Madab RDP over a period of one year Tracking began in July, 1996, and in all cases more than three months had elapsed before ...
Case studies on cost-effectiveness of BRAC provided services in selected enterprises
This case study was conducted on three types of enterprises that have been promoted by BRAC to examine the viability of the enterprises and the relative cost effectiveness of the services delivered by BRAC. Primary data ...