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Micro-Finance Programme (MFP)

Duration: 01.01.1994 to ongoing.

Objective: Change livelihoods of the target beneficiaries through economic empowerment.

Components: There are seven components under MFP, which are- I. JAGORON II. AGROSOR III. BUNIAD IV. SUFOLON V. KGF (SUFOLON) VI. SAHOS and VII. LIFT (Land Lease for Ultra Poor). Each component has its different loan ceiling with own characteristics.

Major activities: Baseline survey, facilitate grass-root organization (somittee) building, awareness raising, training, savings building, credit operation and marketing assistance.

Operational units: Zonal Office- 2, Area Office- 8 and Branch Office- 41.

Achievements: 80,430beneficiaries now enrolled in 4,518 somittee (groups), of which about 98% are female. The principal loan outstanding is Tk.1,121,290,436 with 65,614 borrowers (81.58% coverage) and the savings outstanding is Tk.275,136,299 (24.53% of loan outstanding). Besides, there is Tk.7,080,600 lies as outstanding with 11,510 clients in NSSP.

Partnership with PKSF: Since 10.08.2005.

MRA Registration: NDP obtain MRA registration on 29.04.2008, vide # 0122900332-00222.

Accountability: ‘MFP Citizen Charter’ containing relevant information on MFP services has posted in different public places including office premises for public visibility.

Source of fund: Palli Karmo Sahayak Foundation (PKSF) is the main donor. Besides, the group savings and organization’s own fund is also utilized in credit operation.

 

Agriculture Unit and Livestock Unit Project:

Duration: 01.07.2013 to ongoing

Objective: To promote food security thus reduces poverty adopting innovative technologies in agriculture and livestock production.  

Major activities: Identifying local needs and potentialities, skill training, demonstration on new technologies in agriculture and livestock, door step technical follow-up and marketing supports.

Implementation process: Interested farmers are organized on cluster basis and developing their capacities, encouraged taking promotional activities on agriculture and livestock farming thus making it cost-effective.

Source of fund: Palli Karmo Sahayak Foundation (PKSF).

 

Kuwait Goodwill Fund (KGF) Project

Duration: 01.07.2014 to ongoing

Objective: To enhance food production adopting innovative technologies in agriculture and livestock production thus change livelihoods.  

Major activities: Identifying farmer’s needs & potentialities, skill training, demonstration on appropriate/modern/new technologies in agriculture (AWD method, pheromone trap, vermin-compost, etc.) and livestock farming (goat rearing in slatted house), micro-finance supports in IGA, door step technical follow-up and marketing supports.

Implementation process: Interested farmers are organized on cluster basis and developing their capacities and skills, encouraged them taking appropriate technologies on agriculture and livestock farming thus earn more profit.

Source of fund: Palli Karmo Sahayak Foundation (PKSF).

 

 

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Total Staffs

578

215

793

% of Staff

73

27

100

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