Poverty Alleviation Credit Program

This initiative aims to alleviate poverty in rural areas by involving people in agriculture and small ventures such as small-scale farming, crop production, grocery and small shops, handicrafts, van rentals, and mobile vending. All loans are provided to groups selected for rural microcredit (RMC), with amounts up to BDT 50,000. Recipients receive training in poultry farming, and the cultivation of seasonal vegetables, paddy, jute, and other crops. This program fosters long-term membership (1-3 years), promotes large-scale agriculture, supports small entrepreneurship, and enhances the living standards of participants.