WHAT WE DO

Economic Empowerment, Social & Environment

The Poverty Eradication Program (PEP) is a non-profit, national level NGO of the country. By utilizing its unique development model, PEP aims to aid in poverty alleviation by focusing on the rural impoverished citizens in the most need.  The PEP model is founded on respect for all people and the belief that in partnering with the poor to help them find the necessary resources, they will devise creative ways to successfully solve their own problems and become contributing members of society

TISSUE CULTURE

PEP’s tissue culture laboratory has been established in a rented building in Dhaka 1997 with a couple of small outreach nurseries established in Netrokona and Kachua.

LIVESTOCK

Livestock offers a wide range of possibilities to accommodate various budgets, available space, and available caregivers.

SMALL BUSINESS

Some families choose to earn their living by developing a small business that is run by family members.

HEALTH CARE

In a country where malnutrition levels are high, disease is rampant, and income levels are low, treatments for diseases and other health conditions

STREET CHILDREN

The Founder of PEP with the help of two of its staff, who live nearby Town Hall field, began a small effort during the 2013 winter months to provide warm

TWIN-VILLAGE PROGRAM

There is an organization in France with the French acronym abbreviated to LACIM. Villages with needs in poorer countries communicate

Poverty Eradication Program Model

Committed to end poverty

Poverty Eradication Program (PEP) is a legally registered non-governmental development organization in Bangladesh.

Integrated Development Model:

The integrated development model is people focused and not program driven. Each family’s needs are different, their talents diverse and their capabilities individual.

PEP Model

PEP is people-focused, rather than program-focused.  PEP’s development partners are the hard-core poor, who are mainly the landless poor, women, children of the poor, the homeless, the unemployed, marginal and small farmers and traditional artisans.