In the context of Bangladesh, the rapid adoption of mobile money has created exciting opportunities to accelerate financial inclusion for the poor, and particularly women. BRAC believes there is a tremendous opportunity to use mobile money to innovate, better serve our clients, and become more efficient as an organisation.
An inclusive youth platform to develop active, enlightened, skillful and empathetic citizens for tomorrow, through a comprehensive package of 21st century skills training and community service projects. The platform also includes access to a larger network of partners and like-minded youth groups for future opportunities.
SIL has been consulting internal programmes and enterprises on various business functions. That ranges from delivering concrete guidance on expansion strategies, sharpening business models and crafting clear go-to-market ambitions.
We partnered with CISCO to explore ed-tech innovations that can be relevant in contexts where we work, for children who need it the most, and in models that can be scalable across borders throughout the BRAC ecosystem, along with BRAC USA, BRAC Institute of Educational Development, BRAC Education Programme and BRAC International.
SIL, along with BRAC’s Gender, Justice and Diversity team and the Behavioural Insights Team decided to collaborate to solve this pressing problem in metropolitan Dhaka. After months of intensive research to understand the experience of women navigating public spaces within the urban context and codesign, we are ready to launch our intervention.