Preventing income erosion through healthcare support: a Prosperity approach

According to the World Bank (2019), malnutrition leads to more than 10% potential reduction in lifetime earnings for each malnourished individual. If we count...

Prosperity observes National Nutrition Week

Like every year, the government observed the National Nutrition Week from 23-29 April under the slogan ‘Healthy Life with Proper Nutrition’. Throughout the week,...

Community Mobilisation

Women’s Empowerment Leading Gender Equality

PKSF celebrates Int’l Women’s Day with renewed commitment towards gender parity

With a renewed commitment to further minimise gender discrimination, PKSF held this year’s International Women’s Day with much funfair, linking the day with SDG-5...

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PPEPP starts orientation workshops for project staff to operationalise the 2nd round of RBM

PKSF has started organising hands-on orientation workshops on implementation and data collection process of Result-Based Monitoring (RBM) under the PPEPP project. As part of this,...

Stories from the field

From 30 chickens to ‘Joyeeta’ award

After years of financial hardship, Kamala Begum started a small broiler farm with 30 chickens with grant support from Prosperity project in 2020. The...

Krishna Dhar: Making of an aspiring micro-entrepreneur

Despite having various income-generating skillsets, many extremely poor people find it difficult to make a living for the lack of an initial push. Krishna Dhar,...

Baby Begum and Chapala Rani’s big leap of faith

Baby Begum, 33, has long known the face of extreme poverty. A mother of two sons and one daughter, she was already struggling to...

Case study: Service for climate-vulnerable EP HHs

Due to geographical placement, many Bangladeshis are affected by frequent natural disasters like flash flood, cyclone, tidal surge, coastal waterlogging and saline water intrusion....

Bhola’s agents of change hold hope for young and old alike

What’s the normal temperature of a child or a grownup? Or how to check the temperature, blood sugar and blood pressure? And what are...


Married at 12, Jamila Khatun was left by her husband after their second child was born about 33 years ago. Ever since, she has...

Disaster and Climate Resilience