Solutions for social challenges and surplus for greater impact
A Social enterprise lies at the intersection of business and traditional non-profit.
Social enterprises are self-sustaining cause-driven business entities that create social impact by offering solutions to social challenges and reinvesting their surplus to sustain and generate greater impact.
What we do
Two of the most significant challenges that continue to hinder economic growth and social empowerment, particularly for women in rural areas, are sustainable livelihood generation and market access. Over 75% of small farmers in Bangladesh earn less than USD 2 per day.
BRAC Social Enterprises equip individuals - microentrepreneurs, farmers, and producers - with the necessary tools and resources needed for greater economic participation. We establish vital linkages across value chains to ensure market viability. The social mission is at the core of everything that we do; establishing inclusive ecosystems that improve conditions for both producers and consumers.
How we do it
BTEB approves BRAC training module for domestic wo...