BRAC's Microfinance and Social Responsibility Initiatives
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Replicating the Model
BRAC's model was scalable and was replicated in several countries across the world. Instead of implementing the existing models, BRAC analyzed the problems faced by each country separately and tried to arrive at solutions for these problems at the grassroots level...
Apart from the core programs relating to microfinance, healthcare, education, etc. BRAC also operated several commercial enterprises, to provide value-chain linkages to the borrowers. These enterprises were strategically linked to BRAC's development programs, and were aimed at increasing the productivity and reducing the risks of the borrowers...
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