Founded in 2007

We launched operations in Pakistan to assist the government of Pakistan to alleviate poverty, and increase access to education and health. We are currently operating projects in microfinance, education, health and ultra poor programmes.

Our microfinance programme is contributing towards financial inclusion and poverty reduction. We are incorporating digital financial solutions to provide three loan components: microloans, small enterprise programme and agriculture loan. We are targeting women in particular and our programme is designed to harness women who has entrepreneurial abilities to reduce their vulnerabilities and empower them socially and economically.

Our primary schools provide quality and cost effective education to out-of-school children, particularly girls, easing their transition from home into non formal school settings. We are supporting the government of Pakistan to achieve the Vision 2025 goal of achieving universal primary education and minimizing gender parity in education.

Our health programme supports the Government of Pakistan to improve access to essential health care facilities, particularly of women and children to reduce infant and maternal mortality. We are delivering culturally sensitive health education lessons, along with basic curative services while linking patients to nearest government facilities through a network of trained community health promoters.

In partnership with the Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund, we are implementing the Programme for Poverty Reduction in two union councils of district Lasbela. This is an integrated project with a holistic development approach involving social mobilisation, health, education, livelihood and physical infrastructure; to develop an enabling environment for social and economic development and stability in the area.

BRAC Pakistan has been issued the Non-Banking Finance Company License by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan.


Nadia Farhan
Complain officer
BRAC Pakistan Hotline: 0092-51-8487772

DISCLAIMER: “In case your complaint has not been properly redressed by us, you may lodge your complaint with Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (the “SECP”). However, please note that SECP will entertain only those complaints which were at first directly requested to be redressed by the Company and the company has failed to redress the same. Further, the complaints that are not relevant to SECP’s regulatory domain/competence shall not be entertained.”


What we do

Our impact

Population: 208 million (World Bank, 2017)
GDP per capita: USD 1467.98 (World Bank, 2017)
People living below poverty line: 6% (World Bank, 2017)

April 2018
November 2018

Contact us

BRAC Pakistan: Country Office, Capital City Centre Plaza, 2nd Floor above Habib Bank, G-10 Markaz, Islamabad, Pakistan
T: +92 51 2263376-80