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Overall Impacts of the Program
  • Poor people have the access to financial services were unable to obtain credit earlier from mainstream banks due to lack of necessary assets and referrals.

  • Dependency of the poor on the money lenders is gradually decreasing.

  • Income of the borrowers increased by using the loans in different income generating activities which in turn improved their living standard.

  • Women are socially and economically empowered and their participation in the decision-making process is increasing.

  • Microcredit has created jobs directly and indirectly, as borrowers are able to hire others on their IGAs.

  • Training on different IGAs and credit management are helping the beneficiaries to select and run the IGAs suitable for their sustainable livelihood.

  • Vaccination and regular treatment of domestic animals of the members is reducing the mortality of livestock and thereby improving their nutritional status gradually.

  • Employment opportunity was created for the poor, especially women of haor areas.

  • Health, education, sanitation and nutritional status of the poor people are improving which in turn may reduce their poverty.

  • More income generating facilities and opportunities are created due to availability of solar energy, potentially reduces poverty in rural areas.

  • Remittances generate multiplier effects in the local economy, creating jobs and spurring new economic and social infrastructure and services at the community level.

  • The beggar rehabilitation program transforms the street beggars as the productive members of the society.