BRAC AT A GLANCE

Issue: June 2011 BANGLADESH

Coverage
Districts Upazilas Field Offices Population Covered 64 519 2,661 110 mil

HRD
Category Full Time Staff BEP Teachers Health worker Total Male 38,109 230 38,339 Female 9,525 37,645 7,984 55,154 Total 47,634 37,875 7,984 93,493

Development Programmes
Economic Development Health Education Community Empowerment & Strengthening Local Institutions Human Rights & Legal Aid Services Disaster Management, Environment & Climate Change Agriculture & Food Security Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

Governance, Management & Capacity Building
Administration & Risk Management Advocacy Communications Construction & Maintenance Finance & Accounts Gender Justice & Diversity Human Resources Division Internal Audit Monitoring Procurement, Estates & Mgt Services Research & Evaluation Division Legal & Compliance Learning

25 USD 63.881 (USD 655.44) 98.3 USD 21.592 1.32) TK 39.227 (USD 288.386 (USD 8.28) TK 15.127 408. women received subsistence allowance No.Social Enterprises Aarong Artificial Insemination Chicken Cold Storage Dairy Feed Mills Fisheries Nursery Poultry Poultry Rearing Farms Printers Printing Pack Recycled Handmade Paper Salt Industries Sanitary Napkin & Delivery Kit Sericulture Solar Tea Estates BRAC Investments & Related Institutions BRAC University BRAC Bank Ltd bracNet Documenta Ltd Delta BRAC Housing Finance Corp Ltd Annual Expenditure Year 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 Amount (in mil) USD 0.954 926.81 5. of women received training No of patients among the beneficiaries received financial support for morbidity 347.33 mil 633. women received soft loan No.898 Microfinance Programme Village Organisations (VO) VO members (in mil) Total Borrowers (in mil) Cumulative Disbursment(in mil) Disbursment 2011 (in mil) Outstanding Loan (in mil) Repayment Rate Average Loan Size Savings Deposits (in mil) Cost per loan 306.90) .919 (USD 570.253 (USD 17.2% 54% 21% 24% 20% 27% 30% 29% Economic Development Programme Challenging the Frontiers of Poverty Reduction Targeting the Ultra Poor No.164 (USD 188) TK 20.61% TK 13.73 USD 152 USD 259 USD 485 USD 535 USD 460 USD 495 Donor Contribution 100% 97% 68.22 TK 544.95) TK 1. of women received asset No.78 USD 2.621.278 7.

884 Improving Maternal.78% 26.123 TK 151.016( USD 85) TK 805 (USD 12) TK 10. Neonatal and Child Survival (IMNCS) Project .769( USD 154) Health Programme Essential Health Care Working Districts Population Covered Pregnant Women Received Ante-Natal Care Health Volunteers Eligible Couples Served BRAC Health Centres Limb & Brace Centres Total Services Provided 64 92 mil 5.375.730 (USD 281.754 TK 6.164 (USD 188) PROGOTI (Small & Medium Entreprenuers) Borrowers Cumulative Disbursement (in mil) Outstanding Loan (in mil) 244.18) TK 19.246.57 mil 30 02 10.98 TK 392.38% 81.534 (USD 6.000 98.55% .87 4.Offices Regional Offices Area Offices Branch Offices 50 309 2.15) TK 26.Rural Population 4 or Ante natal Care (ANC) received Hospital delivery 3 or more Post natal care (PNC) received 18.501 Microfinance Tiers DABI (Economically Active Poor) Members (in mil) Borrowers (in mil) Cumulative Disbursement (in mil) Outstanding Loan (in mil) Average Loan Size 7.151 (USD 373.58) TK 13.852 (USD 2.610 Malaria Programme Working Districts Total Cases Tested (BSE/RDT) 4 194.8 mil 73.66 mil 80.85) Employment & Livelihood for Adolescents VOs Members Loan Disbursement (in mil) Outstanding (in mil) Average Loan Size 21.329 440.

70% 93.22% 51.398 0.115 8.36 mil Training of Public/Private School Teachers Teachers trained on English Mathematics Science Values Education 10877 9736 6467 2826 Offices Area Branch 46 680 Libraries/Adolescent Development Programme Community Libraries Members Mobile Libraries Libraries with IT facilities Adolescent Development Centres 2.75 mil 4.016 .Urban Maternal.66 mil USD 32 2.83% Tuberculosis Programme Working Districts Population Covered Patients Treated 42 94.054 0.Manoshi .017.234 640 1.185 Education Programme Primary and Pre-Primary School Operations Primary Schools Currently running Current Students Graduates Cost per Child per Year Schools for Indigenous Children 24.441 Pre-Primary Schools Currently Running Current Students 13.3 mil 416.671 Shushasthaya Patients Received Treatment 327.349 1. Neonatal and Child Health Project Population 4 or more Ante natal care (ANC) received Hospital Delivery Delivery at `BRAC Delivery Center` (Birthing Hut) 3 or more Post natal care (PNC) received 5.7 mil 78.02% 29.

780 nos. sessions 4.077 persons . Sanitation & Hygiene Programme Formation of Village WASH Committee Subsidy for Ultra poor families Loan support to poor families No.398. 16 nos.360 no.913 nos.779 362 3.217 1. of drama performed by Popular Theatre groups No.654.549 14.498 85.247 nos. 19. 157.Members 206.371 nos. 3.620 135.094 nos.381 158.453 1 17. 79. of Sanitary Latrine Installed Installation of Latrine in secondary school Installation of Deep tube well Installation of pond sand filter (PSF) Cluster Meeting Popular Theatre Show Leadership Training of Village WASH Committee Training of Student Brigade 39.340 Water.960 nos.119 17. 727.917 3.824 nos.302 13. 3.724 27.702.560. of Community Radio Station Addressing Human Rights Violations Acid Violence incidents reported Rape incidents reported Other incidents of violence reported Survivors received support 2.750 403.023 179 11.515 5.471 persons 16.172 Community Empowerment Programme Community Institution Building Polli Somaj Formed Union Shomaj formed Village Organizations covered by Enhancing Social Capital project Actions taken against social injustice/human rights violations Engagement in local development activities Local government resources mobilized for the poor by Polli Shomaj Strengthening Local Governance Union Parishad members trained Upazila Forums formed with participation of women UP representatives Access to Information Popular Theatre groups Performers in Popular Theatre groups No.889 Human Rights & Legal Aid Services Human Rights & Legal Education Classes Held HRLE Graduates Community Leaders' Workshop Held Complaints Received Complaints Resolved by ADR Cases sent to Court Judgement Received in Favour 157.069 3.634 2. 3.864 74.115 1.

100 1. School On Going Student Student Graduated Adolescent Development Programme On Going Club Club Member Life Skill Training Provided Infrastructure & Social Development Programme NSP Sub Project Completed Health & Hygiene Training (for Women) Gabion Wall Installed 5.9 mil 141.819 USD 91.354 975 1.567 85.926 82.768 USD 209.661 4.212 meters 251 6.851 7.BRAC INTERNATIONAL Afghanistan Traning Centres Microfinance Programme Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Small Enterprise Programme Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Health Programme Health Volunteer TB Patient Treated Ante Natal Care Provided Post Natal Care Provided Malaria Patient Treated Education Programme No.8 mil 2 Haiti Agriculture & Livestock Programme Seeds Distributed Fertilizer Dstributed Farmers received seeds & fertilizer Targeting the Ultra Poor Programme Asset Transferred Skill Development Training BRAC Limb & Brace Centre Prosthetic treatment Orthotic treatment Physiotherapy treatment Housing Project House constructed 132 81 376 85 1.425 32.896 207.100 1000 kg 288.596 .853 1.021 34.000 kg 1.434 11.326 20.

860 USD 6.370 Doses 735 USD 1.Pakistan Microfinance Programme Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Health Programme Health Volunteer Patient Referred Education Programme No.525 90. School On Going Student Targeting the Ultra Poor Programme Asset Transferred Skill Development Training 1.594 USD 35.6 mil Sierra Leone Microfinance Programme Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Small Enterprise Programme Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Agriculture & Livestock Programme Farmer Trained Seeds Distributed Fertilizer Dstributed Poultry Vaccination Health Programme Malaria Patient Referred Ante Natal Care Post Natal Care Oral Rehydration Solution 28.2 mil Liberia Microfince Programme Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Small Enterprise Programme Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Agriculture & Livestock Programme Farmer Trained Poultry Vaccination Provided Health Programme Health Volunteer Malaria Patient Cured 552 576 7.558 12.500 25 778 166 5.218 11.000 Kg 12.8 mil 24.001 Doses 533 USD 647.371 26.614 1.286 18.022 USD 6 mil .000 Kg 122.100 156.500 1.659 21.

Southern Sudan Microfinance Programme Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Agriculture Programme General Farmer Trained Seeds Distributed Health Programme Health Volunteer Ante Natal Care Post Natal Care Education Programme No.2 MT 17.713 60.131 80.8 mil Tanzania Microfinance Programme Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Small Enterprise Programme Borrower Cumulative Disbursement Agriculture & Livestock Programme Farmer Trained Tools Distributed to Farmer Seeds Distributed Poultry Vaccination Provided Livestock Inseminated Health Programme Health Volunteer TB Patient Referred Malaria Patient Cured Ante Natal Care Immunization Adolescent Development Programme Club Opened Members 180 6.195 USD 83.339 families 71.527 1.515 610 218 200 17.629 2.910 3.716 3.438 USD 60.769 USD 7.392 29.4 mil 114. of School On Going Student 225 6.1 mil Doses 21.136 63.110 191 81 MT 16.332 USD 8.14 mil .1 mil Sri Lanka Microfinance Programme Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Rehalibilitation Programme Plant Distribution Enterprise Development Plant Distribution 275 Beneficiary 605 4.

Uganda Microfinance Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Microfinance for Returnce Refugees Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Small Enterprise Programme Borrower Cumulative Loan Disbursement Agriculture & Livestock General Farmer Trained Tools Distributed to Farmers Seeds Distributed Fertilizer Distributed Poultry Vaccination Provided Livestock Inseminated Health Programme Health Volunteer TB Patient Referred Malaria Patient Cured Ante Natal Care Immunization Adolescent Development Programme On Going Club Members Education Programme Graduated Students 10.646 433.682 USD 71.010 8.823 690 26.658 144.936 1.546 USD 8.net   .200 421 MT 87 MT 13.818 103.965 2.214 4.523 USD 402.334 165.4 mil Published by: BRAC Communications info@brac.718 63.36 mil Doses 4.84 mil 1.