Improve the socioeconomic condition and livelihoods of 1.1 million people living in poverty in the hard-to-reach areas by 2020.
Pockets of extreme poverty are particularly prevalent in the hard-to-reach regions, where often entire communities lack access to basic services and economic opportunities. A single program intervention cannot solve these challenges. Limited connectivity not only restricts people’s mobility and their livelihood options, but also their access to essential services.
Taking a specially integrated approach in the poverty pockets of wetlands (hoar), riverine islands (char), indigenous populations in north-western Bangladesh and vibrant community living around the gas field in greater Sylhet region, providing multifaceted support through a single platform that includes education, healthcare, sustainable livelihood and activities that promote women’s empowerment.