Learning

May 26, 2022

Digital doctor: Bridging healthcare gaps in remote areas

Accessing healthcare is almost always a challenge in remote areas. Telemedicine is a low-cost, time-efficient approach to overcoming this.
July 27, 2021

Early childhood development should be a global priority

The Global Education Summit convenes this week in London, gathering in virtual or hybrid form. It offers an extraordinary chance for the world community to focus on the vital role of education in transforming lives.
July 13, 2021

Skilling the youth in a pandemic

Each year, 2 million youth enter the workforce in Bangladesh. However, due to the increase in unemployment and poverty, the growing potential of the youth are not fully utilised.
May 11, 2021

Is COVID-19 over(rated)?: 4 ways BRAC is helping people to continue safe hygiene practices

In a time when COVID-19 infection rate is on the rise in Bangladesh, what approaches could work to enable people to adopt safe hygiene practices? Here’s what we’ve learnt.
May 9, 2021

Online onboarding: Welcoming the next generation of changemakers

Orientation encourages new employees to learn about their organisation. It builds confidence in new joiners to adapt faster to their roles. As face-to-face onboarding has become a thing of the past due to the COVID-19 pandemic, online onboarding has become the new normal.
April 20, 2021

New tools for doing the old tasks better

Running projects during a pandemic can be difficult. Use these tools to amp up projects, databases and brainstorming sessions.
March 18, 2021

Taking Sir Fazle Hasan’s legacy forward: Meet BRAC’s next generation of leaders

One year on from the passing of the Founder of BRAC, we speak to Dr Erum Mariam, Sarah-Jane Saltmarsh and Miganur Rahman, who all worked with Sir Fazle Hasan Abed. Each of them began their journey with BRAC at different times, worked with Sir Fazle in different capacities and are currently leading at different levels in BRAC. What they have in common is that they continue to pass Sir Fazle’s leadership traits forward.
May 10, 2020

How BRAC is supporting Bangladesh to continue education in a pandemic

As Bangladesh faces continuing lockdown, it is crucial to ensure learning continues for children, that they have proper information about the virus and that they are safe and feel supported.
January 20, 2020

Boat schools: What learning looks like at the last mile in Bangladesh

BRAC’s boat schools were introduced with a simple philosophy: if children cannot get to school, schools will go to them. 500 boat schools have now given more than 14,000 children in the remote haor (wetland) regions of Bangladesh the opportunity to access education. A recent report indicates that the impact of these floating schools reaches far beyond the classrooms.
January 19, 2020

Tackling a process innovation challenge 101

How did BRAC optimise its financial data management process from seven working days to 24 hours?
October 13, 2019

Educating a generation: Bangladesh’s barefoot teachers

How did thousands of women like Rubia Akhter, in the most rural, remote parts of Bangladesh, who previously had little to no education, educate almost 13 million children?
September 8, 2019

What must
literacy mean today?

What does literacy actually mean in today’s perspective? Do we need to cling to the literacy that means an individual’s ability to write their names in their own language, and - in this digital age - know normal subtractions and additions?