A Shoulder to Lean On: How Coaching Enables Success in Poverty Graduation

A BRAC staff provides mentorship to a participant in Bweyale, Uganda as part of a Graduation pilot there.
A man plows his field in Yemen (World Bank 2007)
A typical scene at a group coaching session during the DOLE Graduation project in the Philippines

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Breaking the cycle of extreme poverty by providing a pathway out of persistent uncertainty and destitution through our Graduation programs.

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BRAC Ultra-Poor Graduation Initiative

BRAC Ultra-Poor Graduation Initiative

Breaking the cycle of extreme poverty by providing a pathway out of persistent uncertainty and destitution through our Graduation programs.

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