BRAC is the largest non-governmental development organisation in the world, measured by the number of employees and the number of people it has helped.

coverage

86,975

households graduated from extreme poverty in Bangladesh

saga

90%

of households received healthcare across hard-to-reach regions

saga

USD 3.17B

total disbursement (increase of 26% from 2015)

coverage

11,689

people were equipped with skills

saga

600,000

potential labour migrants equipped with information on safe migration

saga

158,587

people supported before, during and after natural and manmade disasters

coverage

444,000

people accessed agricultural services

saga

200,134

people, including men and boys, reached through gender integration efforts

saga

1,600

female village group members participated in union council elections and 580 won seats

coverage

USD 3.7M

recovered on behalf of female clients

saga

110M

people reached through our service delivery programmes

saga

21,700

people accessing safe water

coverage

1.3M

people screened for TB symptoms

saga

18,900

malaria cases treated

saga

649

houses built back better after fires in urban slums

coverage

3.5M

children, over half of them girls, enrolled in 48,000 schools and centres

saga

400,000

children between the ages of 3-5 years accessed early childhood development and pre-primary programmes

saga

5.4M

total borrowers reached (increase of 10% from 2015)

As of December 2016

Financial information

 

 

Expense Revenue 2016

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Grant Composition 2016

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Annual Expenditure 2016

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Latest Research

 

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Strategic Partners

 
 

BRAC is in a strategic partnership with UK's Department for International Development and Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade where we are working together to bring positive changes in the lives of people. To learn more about this partnership please visit this link.

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