brac has many moving parts - we welcome exchange of how to catalogues these from perspective of potential partners
sir fazle used to describe a big new growth division once a decade
so starting 2010s the fintech partnership around www.bkash.com were mega! the tech experts doing this work "independently" from traditional brac offices though they are a component of the total value chain of financing poorest across bangladesh
2000 saw nation leading enterprises become an ever clearer strategy and the start of an international office in the netherlands- in bangladesh an ngo cant fud intl work hence the need for an international office so that brac could become the worlds largest ngo partnership- additionally as nearly a third of bangladesh foreign exchange comes from remittances - serving the diaspora remittances needs presence internationally as well as nationally
sir fazle roundtable briefing at japan embassy partly in remembrance to The Economist's Norman Macrae provided 3 hours of dialogues mainly focused on how brac university would be his legacy- while started steadily as a private university in 2001 - he hoped it would become the space where the futures of sdg solutions would match his lifetimes work
the university is also in a unique position to understand international and national research
on relatively new to us parts of brac enterprises we note
on brac education - we have followed the major awards sir fazle has received - and happily share who to talk to at brac on this fast moving area
brac's story in terms of being the education economy of a quarter of a billion economy and since 1970 pioneering one of asia's 2 main models of rural keynesianism is very different from all microcredisummit descriptions - we recommend studying 50 years world of fazle abed as a pursuit in its own right for educators, economists and all of youth partners in the 17 sdgs
recently came across this list of research by sir fazle
“Beyond lending: How microfinance creates new forms of capital to fight poverty”, F H Abed, Imran Matin, Volume – 2, Issue – 1-2 , July – 2007, Innovations
“Coping with Disasters: From Diarrhea to Cyclone,” In K.M. Cahill (ed.). A Framework for Survival, New York, Basic Books and Council on Foreign Relations, 1993.
“Household Teaching of ORT in Rural Bangladesh”, Assignment Children (New York), volume 61/62 (UNICEF), 1993.
Privatisation, NGOs and National Development: The Case of BRAC in Bangladesh”, Paper presented at the Encounter – 1992, University of Western Ontario, Canada, 1992.
“Promoting Popular Participation: Some Issues,” in: Participatory Development and the World Bank: Potential Directions for Change, Washington, D.C., The World Bank, 1992.
“Social Mobilization for EPI in Bangladesh”, In M. Haq, (ed,) Near Miracle in Bangladesh, University Press Ltd., Dhaka, 1991 (Co-author).
“Credit for the Rural Poor: The Case of BRAC in Bangladesh”, Small Enterprise Development: Vol-2, No.3, 1991.
“Controlling a Forgotten Disease: Using VHWS for Tuberculosis Control in Rural Bangladesh,” Bulletin of the IUALTD, 1991 (Co-author).
“Scaling up in Health: Two Decades of Learning, In J. Rohde et al. (eds.): Reaching Health for All, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1991 (Co-author).
“Oral Dehydration Therapy: A Community Trial Comparing the Acceptability of Home Made Sucrose and Cereal-based Solutions”, Bulletin of World Health Organisation, 1991 (Co-author).
“Extension Services of NGOs: The Approach in BRAC”, Paper presented at the National Seminar on GO-NGO Collaboration in Agricultural Research and Extension, Dhaka, August, 1991.
“Decision Making at BRAC”, Paper presented at the Institute of Management, Manila, October, 1990.
“Education for Girl Child in South Asia”, Paper presented at the World Conference on Education For All, Bangkok, March, 1990.
“Role of NGOs in International Health”. In M Reich and E. Marui (eds.), International Cooperation for Health, Auburn House Publishing Company, Dover, Massachusetts (USA), 1989 (Co-author)
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