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The Guardian: BRAC-aanpak voor de allerarmsten werkt

The Guardian
06/12/2016
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Succes van BRAC wetenschappelijk aangetoond

De Volkskrant
16/05/2016
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Trouw

Trouw over BRAC: ‘Bangladesh: Sociale droom is uitgekomen’

Trouw
13/04/2016
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The World Bank

Internationale Vrouwendag: Closing the Gender Gap – Lessons from Africa

worldbank.org
25/02/2016
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BRAC BLOG

  • Kicking it like a girl
    08/03/2017

    Dear fathers, You may have read the news today. A teenager was harassed on her way back from school. A housewife, raped and murdered. Just the other day, you read about the rape of an eight-month-old baby. Do these stories bother you? Or did you fold up the newspaper and sigh in relief thinking, “At read more… Read more

  • The 202 billion dollars we cannot see
    22/02/2017

      80 per cent of all vision impairment can be cured or prevented. Often it just takes the simplest solution– a single pair of eye glasses. It is estimated that 624 million people around the world could have their vision restored if they could access eye glasses. This lack of access is costing the global read more… Read more

  • Client-centricity at scale: The BRAC Smart Certification journey
    15/12/2016

    This year BRAC in Bangladesh became the largest microfinance institution, in terms of number of clients, to be Smart Certified, signifying to our country market and to the industry writ large that we treat our clients with adequate care. As a non-profit dedicated to poverty reduction, client welfare has been central to BRAC’s mission since read m… Read more

  • World Toilet Day: Celebrating achievements and preparing for the journey ahead
    19/11/2016

    Last year WHO and UNICEF’s Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation reported that Bangladesh had made significant progress in reducing the proportion of people practising open defecation –to just 1 per cent, down from 34 per cent in 1990. The report also lauded Bangladesh for being the only country in South Asia which read mor… Read more

  • Your big NGO isn’t a big brand. So what should be your brand strategy?
    03/11/2016

    Originally appeared on Devex. Most people have probably never heard of the world’s largest non-governmental organisation. BRAC, with a workforce of over 100,000 people and projects reaching 1 in every 55 people, is the biggest development organisation operating today. But compared with groups such as Amnesty International, Oxfam, Red Cross, UNICE… Read more