Our need based holistic intervention aimed to improve the socio-economic conditions and livelihoods of 1.1 million people from indigenous communities and people living in poverty and ultra-poverty from hard-to-reach areas such as haor areas and char (riverine island) regions.
High poverty rates with huge income and wealth inequalities, deprived of mainstream socio-economic development initiatives, marginalised and isolated, ‘hot-spots’ of poverty in Bangladesh, remoteness, poor transportation system, racial inequalities etc.
70% of the population was covered through integrated services.
96% participants graduated out of ultra-poverty.
Income-generating activities improve economic conditions of 52% households’