BRAC USA

Our mission is to empower people and communities in situations of poverty, illiteracy, disease and social injustice. Our interventions aim to achieve large scale, positive changes through economic and social programs that enable men and women to realize their potential.
Catalyzing agricultural innovation in Tanzania
 
This project will raise the skills and productivity of small scale farmers, 84% of whom will be women. By establishing community support and providing high quality inputs and training, this project will increase agricultural productivity and incomes. Thanks to BRAC's partnerships with other donors, contributions to this project have extraordinary leverage: Funding of $21,382 raised through Global Giving will be matched and multiplied by others, unlocking $73,055 to reach 2,333 women farmers. project reportread updates from the field
Emergency Response for Nepal from Bangladesh
 
BRAC, an organization with deep roots in nearby Bangladesh, is sending an emergency response team to Nepal to provide immediate assistance and long-term relief following the earthquake that to date has killed more than 3,000 people. From its headquarters in Dhaka, Bangladesh, BRAC is sending a team to Nepal to provide blankets, medical treatment, essential medicine and dry food to earthquake victims. With a robust history of emergency response, BRAC will work with partners and the Nepalese gover project reportread updates from the field
Healthcare for Mothers and Children in Bangladesh
 
Every 4 minutes in Bangladesh, a child less than 1 month old dies because their mother didn't have access to proper post-natal and ante-natal care. The majority of these deaths can be prevented by providing children and their mothers with access to proper nutrition. By providing nutritional supplements to pregnant mothers, their newborn babies, and young children, we can drastically reduce child mortality. project reportread updates from the field
BRAC Safe Spaces & Loans for Girls in Tanzania
 
BRAC's project will provide 500 girls in Tanzania with 20 safe spaces, education and micro loans to help them lead confident, self-reliant, dignified lives. BRAC manages a similar program in Uganda. project reportread updates from the field
BRAC Safe Spaces & Loans for Teenage Ugandan Girls
 
BRAC's ELA project will provide 500 teenage girls in Uganda with 20 safe spaces, informal education and micro loans. This will help them lead confident, self-reliant and dignified lives project reportread updates from the field
Safe Spaces & Loans for 2,000 Girls in Bangladesh
 
BRAC's project will provide 2,000 girls in Bangladesh with safe spaces which will enhance their social awareness, confidence and build their social capital, and encourage life skills development. project reportread updates from the field
Educating Pakistan's Girls
 
In 2010, BRAC established five schools in Pakistan's Lasbela District, providing primary education to 165 students-over 70% of whom are girls-and helping these students transition into the mainstream school system. This project will cover all expenses for two full years covering 4th and 5th grade curriculum, equipping these students with proficiency in English, science, math and social studies and other government curricula. project reportread updates from the field
Support Family Farming in Liberia and Sierra Leone
 
This project will reduce poverty and food insecurity among smallholder, women farmers in Liberia and Sierra Leone by supporting kitchen farms and promoting livestock production, health, and other good practices for rural households. Thanks to BRAC's partnerships with other donors, contributions to this project have extraordinary leverage: Funding of $18,975 raised through Global Giving will be matched and multiplied by others, unlocking $60,882 to reach 600 women farmers. project reportread updates from the field
Stomp out tuberculosis in South Sudan
 
South Sudan became an independent state on July 9, 2011. The young country is grappling with a myriad of problems including several health challenges that, if left uncontrolled, have serious negative implications not only for the general health of people, but also for economic growth. Controlling tuberculosis (TB) is one of these health challenges. This project seeks to strengthen South Sudan's National Strategic Plan for TB Control. project reportread updates from the field
Make Haiti's limb and brace center self-sustaining
 
This project will transform BRAC's existing limb and brace center in Haiti into a locally run, self-sustaining social enterprise. The model is based on a similar center in Bangladesh, where cost recovery is now 110%. Thanks to BRAC's partnerships with other donors, contributions to this project have extraordinary leverage: Funding of $19,786 raised through Global Giving will be matched and multiplied by others, unlocking $86,026 to reach 285 patients and contribute to sustainability. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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