Adapting Programs to Meet the Needs of the World’s Poorest People

A women’s entrepreneurial group in Samburu, Kenya meets for bi-weekly coaching as part of their participation in the PROFIT Financial Graduation program. (BRAC/BOMA Project 2019)
Emergency response provisions are gathered in Egypt for the Bab Amal Graduation pilot participants.

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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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