In addition to its Microfinance Institution (MFI) programs, PRANTIC is deeply engaged in a wide array of livelihood activities aimed at empowering Rohingya adolescent girls, female youths, and women residing in Ukhiya and Bhasan Char, as well as those within the host community of Cox’s Bazar. Recognizing the transformative power of collective action, PRANTIC brings individuals together under organizational platforms such as associations, cooperatives, and forums, fostering a sense of unity and cooperation among members.

Through these platforms, PRANTIC encourages the establishment of organizational funds to support members in conducting economic activities utilizing available resources and opportunities. Leaders and members alike contribute to these funds through various means, including monthly subscriptions, savings initiatives, rice banks, a percentage of product sales, and savings accumulated from wages earned through employment opportunities facilitated by PRANTIC.

Association members in Bhasan Char are working together

PRANTIC’s livelihood initiatives are structured around two primary sectors: skill development and capacity-building in areas such as tailoring, handicrafts, dressmaking, and girls and women’s apparel, and training and technical support in agricultural endeavors such as vegetable production, homestead gardening, plant nursery management, horticulture, fisheries, and poultry farming.

Since 2018, PRANTIC has been dedicated to supporting approximately 2,000 marginalized adolescent girls, female youths, and women across four Upazilas, namely Ukhiya, Bhasan Char of Hatiya, Subarnachar, and Begumganj. Through these initiatives, PRANTIC aims to enhance the economic empowerment and overall well-being of vulnerable communities, fostering sustainable livelihoods and socio-economic resilience.

Projects under MICRO FINANCE​

Ongoing Projects

Completed Projects