Project Partnership


Project Partnership





Pathways to Prosperity for Extremely Poor People (PPEPP) project is a comprehensive and integrated development effort for sustained alleviation of poverty from targeted extremely poor people of Bangladesh. It will connect 250,000 extremely poor households covering over 10 lakh people to the mainstream economic growth during 2019 to 2025. Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation (PKSF), an apex development organisation founded by the Government of Bangladesh, will be the Core Implementing Partner of the project, that is jointly financed by the UK government and the European Union. Read More

Latest News Update

Academic workshop on PPEPP’s logframe
Four-Day-Long academic workshop on PPEPP’s logical framework held during 20-24 May ’19. Read More
Academic seminars held from 29-30 April
Four academic seminars held between 29-30 Apr ’19 will contribute to develop the M&E framework. Read More
Subsidiary Grant Agreement signed
PKSF and the GoB signed Subsidiary Grant Agreement on 5 March 2019 for PPEPP project. Read More
MoU signed for new project
MoU signed between the ERD and DFID Bangladesh for PPEPP project on 17 December 2018. Read More


The Pathways to Prosperity


The Pathways to Prosperity


“My tank helps me harvest rainwater for my family.”

Shahanaz Parvin

Shatkhira, Shyamnagar

“Local farmers scales the heights in scientific fish farming.”


Shatkhira, Saidpur

“Our livelihood options diversified. I can now dream high.”

Shantona Karmakar

Shatkhira, Parbatipur




PPEPP components

The overall programme is made up of 6 thematic components. PKSF, as the core implementing partner of the project, will implement livelihood, nutrition and community mobilization components through its selected Partner Organizations (POs). The three other components of the project—Market Development, Policy Advocacy and Life Cycle Grant Pilot—are to be implemented by other stakeholders of PPEPP.

Cross-cutting Issues

Three thematic areas which will be addressed as cross-cutting issues:

PPEPP cell
Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation (PKSF)

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