Our Impact

Situation Analysis on Financial Inclusion for Female RMG Workers

Publication Date: 8 Aug 2017
Women Empowerment
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Smallholders’ Access To Finance Through Bank

Publication Date: 7 Aug 2017
Economic Empowerment
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Smallholders’ Access To Finance Through Bank in Bangla

Publication Date: 7 Aug 2017
Economic Empowerment
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SDVC Endline Evaluation

Publication Date: 16 Jul 2017
Economic Empowerment
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Our theory of change

Women's Empowerment program

VISION

The most socially, economically and politically marginalized women are empowered. 'Most' is defined by multiple denials rights.

THOSE WHO:

Are subjected to different forms of violence and abuse throughout their lives.

Are from marginalized rural and urban communities and subjected to discrimination and deprived of rights and opportunities at different levels

Are economically engaged in exploitative or unfair working conditions and disempowering working environments

Are adolencent girls denied access to choice or development opportunities and prone to child marriage

Are vulnerable to recuring natural disaster and environmental change and therefore carry multiple burdens

Are subject to politics and social marginalization due to issue of identify and stigma.

Extremely poor rural population program

VISION

Extremely poor people in rural area, especially those trapped in a set of unequal power relations, will sustainably overcome the barriers that prevent the fulfilment of their basic rights, and lift themselves out of poverty.

THOSE WHO:

Have unmet basic food and health needs

Have unstable employement or work opportunities and face seasonal hunger

Are unstable to cope with shocks

Are living with multiple livelihood stresses, and are therefore dependent

Lack of access to financial services and markets.

Lack participation or representation in local development processes

Are in debt, have children who are forced to work, or who sell their labor in advance and are subjects to multiple and overlapping forms of deprivation and discriminition

Marginalized urban population program

VISION

In emerging, regional and district urban centers, the marginalized and poor will have access to security and wellbeing, as well as equitable social, economic and environmental outcomes.

Static populations, seasonal migrants and recent arrives, and the most marginalized who

Cannot meet
their
basic needs

Are powerless,
voiceless
and disempowered

Are unable
to
access
resource

Are unable
to build
and use assets

Face threats,
violence
and shelter
insecurity

Are most
marginalized or
execluded from
society.

Are negatively
affected by
social customers
and laws

Are young and
female and are more
at risk due to
gender
inequalities.

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