Rural Enterprise for Alleviating Poverty (REAP) Project Fact Sheet
The Rural Enterprise for Alleviating Poverty (REAP) project was a 30-month program, implemented by Winrock International and funded by USDA, that worked in the Mymensingh, Gazipur, and Tangail Districts of rural Bangladesh. REAP improved the socio-economic and nutritional status of poor and marginal farmers by providing seed and technical assistance to increase horticulture and freshwater pond production while linking farmers to coordinated production and marketing opportunities.
This fact sheet provides a brief overview of the REAP Project and lists its many activities and successes. See "Related Resources" below for REAP success stories.