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Sri Lanka Wonder of Asia An Indian Ocean island republic famous for its tea, coffee and cinnamon, Sri Lanka bore the brunt of the 2004 Asian tsunami. BRAC quickly responded to the disaster by setting up relief and emergency operations in 2005. Since then, BRAC has expanded its outreach, touching the lives of an estimated 527,000 Sri Lankans, helping to improve livelihoods through rigorous capacity development training and providing over USD 74.2 million in microloans, with 74,000 active borrowers across the country’s 15 most vulnerable districts. What started out in 1972 in a remote village of Bangladesh as a limited relief operation BRAC - has turned into the largest development organisation in the world. Of major nongovernmental organisation, it is one of the few based in the global south. Today, BRAC is a development success story, spreading solutions born in Bangladesh to 10 other countries around the world – a global leader in creating opportunity for the world’s poor. Organising the poor using communities’ own human and material resources, it catalyses lasting change, creating an ecosystem in which the poor have the chance to seize control of their own lives. We do this with a holistic development approach geared toward inclusion, using TOOLSÖLIKEÖMICROÙNANCE ÖEDUCATION ÖHEALTHCARE ÖLEGALÖ services, community empowerment and more. Our work now touches the lives of an estimated 126 million people, with staff and BRAC-trained entrepreneurs numbering in the hundreds of thousands – a global movement bringing change to 10 countries in Asia, Africa and the Caribbean, with operations in our 11th country, Philippines, being launched in 2012.

BRAC LANKA (GUARANTEE LIMITED)

40th Year Special Edition


Harnessing the past Enriching the future

Contents Our Mission, Vision and Values Chairperson’s Statement 0LFURÛQDQFH    Governance Management Development partners BRAC across the world Harnessing the past Financials



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Vision, Mission and Values

Vision

Mission

Values

A world free from all forms of exploitation and discrimination where everyone has the opportunity to realise their potential.

Our mission is to empower people and communities in situations of poverty, illiteracy, disease and social injustice. Our interventions aim to achieve large scale, positive changes through economic and social programmes that enable men and women to realise their potential.

Innovation For forty years, BRAC has been an innovator in the creation of opportunities for the poor to lift themselves out of poverty. We value creativity in programme design and strive to display global leadership in groundbreaking development initiatives.

Integrity We value transparency and accountability in all our professional work, with clear policies and procedures, while displaying the utmost level of honesty in our financial dealings. We hold these to be the most essential elements of our work ethic.

Inclusiveness We are committed to engaging, supporting and recognising the value of all members of society, regardless of race, religion, gender, nationality, ethnicity, age, physical or mental ability, socioeconomic status and geography.

Effectiveness We value efficiency and excellence in all our work, constantly challenging ourselves to perform better, to meet and exceed programme targets, and to improve and deepen the impact of our interventions.


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Chairperson’s Statement

It gives me great pleasure to present the ANNUALÖREPORTÖANDÖTHEÖAUDITEDÖÙNANCIALÖ statements for the year ended 31 December 2011. The year concluded saw Sri Lanka engaging in large-scale reconstruction and development projects following the end OFÖTHEÖ YEARÖCONÚICTÖWITHÖTHEÖ,IBERATIONÖ Tigers of Tamil Eela, including increasing electricity access and rebuilding its road and rail network. Sri Lanka now seeks to reduce poverty by using a combination of state directed policies and private investment promotion to spur growth in disadvantaged areas, develop small and medium enterprises, and promote increased agriculture. In a country with a population of over 21 million, the unemployment rate is relatively low, standing at 4.3 per cent as of 2011, the lowest yet for the country. Continued employment generation was due to reconstruction, infrastructure development and expansion of economic activities. In 2011, BRAC Sri Lanka began its agricultural development programme to provide farmers living below the poverty LINEÖWITHÖAGRICULTURE SPECIÙCÖCREDITÖSUPPORTÖ With the support of our development partner Etimos, 471 farmers in this programme have received orientation and input support for the cultivation of cocoa plants which they can sell to Etimos’ cocoa factory, based in Sri Lanka, at a fair wage.


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BRAC continues to provide relief in areas suffering from environmental disasters. With the support from Stromme Foundation and food donations from its BENEÙCIARYÖFARMERS Ö"2!#ÖHASÖPROVIDEDÖ ÖPEOPLEÖAFFECTEDÖBYÖTHEÖÚOODSÖINÖ eastern Sri Lanka in February 2011 with dried and cooked foods while they focused on rebuilding their livelihoods. At the request of the government of Sri Lanka, BRAC has also provided public LATRINESÖFORÖÙSHERMENÖINÖTHEÖPORTÖOFÖ4RICNO Ö ÚOORÖMATSÖFORÖÚOODÖVICTIMSÖINÖ"ATTICOLA Ö and sports and wet weather materials for school children in southern Sri Lanka. In 2011, BRAC directed its efforts to scaling up its services, opening ÖNEWÖBRANCHESÖINÖÙVEÖDISTRICTSÖINÖ western, central, north central and eastern provinces of Sri Lanka. We have organised 112,329 members, all women, into 6,131 village organisations. Over 74,000 members (including 36,022 new members) are actively borrowing and more than USD 74.2 million has been disbursed to date. We provided holistic capacity development training to 177 members of staff. While our work in Sri Lanka started with disaster relief and rehabilitation following the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004, by 2007 our focus had turned to longer term efforts in revitalising affected enterprises ANDÖECONOMIESÖTHROUGHÖMICROÙNANCEÖ With the end to three decades of armed CONÚICTÖINÖ Ö"2!#lSÖWORKÖINÖ3RIÖ,ANKAÖ aims to build livelihoods to help turn the peace dividends into a practical reality.

Through our extensive global experience INÖMICROÙNANCE ÖWEÖKNOWÖTHATÖLIVELIHOODÖ development works best when it goes beyond providing loans. In Sri Lanka, "2!#lSÖHOLISTICÖMICROÙNANCEÖPROGRAMMEÖ acts as a capacity-building platform. A combination of local knowledge and rigorous training means that our staff are best placed to support the poorest, MOSTÖMARGINALISEDÖBENEÙCIARIESÖINÖTHEIRÖ entrepreneurial endeavours. BRAC’s local staff are women, employed from within the branch areas in which they work, ensuring a truly contextual understanding of the challenges faced locally. The combination of all our efforts results in enhanced livelihoods of women across the country, in turn ensuring PROGRESSÖTOWARDSÖACHIEVINGÖTHEÖÙRSTÖANDÖ third Millennium Development Goals, eradicating extreme poverty and hunger and the empowerment of women. In the coming year, BRAC hopes to continue its expansion to reach more of the most vulnerable women in rural Sri Lanka.

I take this opportunity to commend our team in Sri Lanka who have worked with enduring commitment and loyalty to engage every opportunity that has come our way. The quality of our performance is attributed to this remarkably competent team, their knowledge, skills and professionalism. I extend my sincere thanks to the members of the governing body, whose leadership and foresight has steered the company to success. I thank the government and our development partners in Sri Lanka for their continued support as we strive to create greater value in our services to contribute towards the progress and prosperity of Sri Lanka.


BRAC Programmes

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Microfinance )NNOVATIVE ÖCLIENT FOCUSEDÖANDÖSUSTAINABLE ÖTHEÖ"2!#ÖMICROÙNANCEÖPROGRAMMEÖISÖAÖCRITICALÖCOMPONENTÖOFÖOURÖHOLISTICÖ approach to support livelihoods. Over the course of the last four decades, we have grown to become one of the WORLDlSÖLARGESTÖPROVIDERSÖOFÖÙNANCIALÖSERVICESÖTOÖTHEÖPOOR ÖPROVIDINGÖTOOLSÖWHICHÖMILLIONSÖCANÖUSEÖFORÖTHEÖBETTERMENTÖOFÖ their lives.

Filling service gaps for the poor $ESPITEÖTHEÖSIGNIÙCANTÖSTEPSÖFORWARDÖSINCEÖTHEÖCIVILÖWARÖOFÙCIALLYÖENDEDÖINÖÖANDÖTHEÖ devastating impact of the 2004 Tsunami eased, it is estimated that 1.8 million people in Sri Lanka remain below the poverty line . Economic activity is concentrated in the prosperous western provinces, with huge income differentials in the eastern and inland RURALÖDISTRICTSÖ"2!#ÖAIMSÖTOÖÙLLÖTHEÖGAPSÖINÖÙNANCIALÖSERVICESÖACROSSÖTHEÖCOUNTRYÖANDÖTOÖ support its clients as they grow.

Women attend a BRAC Village Organizations weekly collection meeting in Madapathana neighbourhood of Galle district. Sri Lanka.


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Microfinance

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As depicted in the diagram, we address THEÖSCARCITYÖOFÖÙNANCIALÖACCESSÖTOÖPOORÖ women by providing them with targeted ÙNANCIALÖSERVICESÖ"2!#ÖSTRONGLYÖBELIEVESÖ that the poor are able to help themselves when organised effectively. With this in mind, BRAC conducts comprehensive door-to-door surveys, consulting traditional and government leaders to select poor, uneducated but economically active women. To date, BRAC has mobilised over 112,000 such women into village organisations (VOs), each consisting of 20 to 40 members, across 15 districts out of 25 of Sri Lanka. These groups, led by AÖRIGOROUSLYÖTRAINEDÖ"2!#ÖCREDITÖOFÙCER Ö network and support the women to be effective conduits for their own social change.

Regional Representative for South Asia Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP)

Serving women borrowers At the core of our intervention is the collateral-free micro-loan, exclusively provided to women participating in the VOs. Understanding the limits OFÖMICROÙNANCE ÖWEÖTARGETÖPOORÖBUTÖ economically active women, typically INVOLVEDÖINÖTAILORING ÖÙSHING ÖFOODÖ processing, agriculture and small BUSINESSESÖ/URÖCREDITÖOFÙCERSÖAREÖ responsible for identifying clients and forming VOs from among the women in their target areas.

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Microfinance

Achievements of 2011

Capacity development programme for BRAC staff:

!GRICULTURALÂ&#x;DEVELOPMENTÂ&#x; PROGRAMMEÂ&#x;In 2011, BRAC Sri

BRAC’s local staff are women, employed from within the branch areas in which they work, ensuring a truly contextual understanding of the challenges faced locally. Staff across all 15 districts participate in an intensive capacity development programme, comprising ÙNANCIALÖANDÖOPERATIONSÖMANAGEMENTÖANDÖ enterprise development, followed up with periodic refresher sessions.

Lanka began its agricultural development programme. Partnering with Etimos Lanka, BRAC provides farmers living below the POVERTYÖLINEÖWITHÖAGRICULTURE SPECIÙCÖCREDITÖ support. The programme has disbursed LKR 55 million to 2643 farmers in selected rural areas of Trincomalee and Kurunagala districts. The farmers continue to be supported through VOs and monthly farmers meetings with an emphasis on improving the production of the agricultural sector. With Etimos’ support, we gave orientation on cocoa cultivation to 471 farmers and distributed cocoa plants to 311 farmers. Farmers will have the opportunity to sell the cocoa they produce to Etimos’ cocoa factory, based in Sri Lanka, at a fair wage.

Relief: BRAC continues to provide relief in areas suffering from environmental disasters. Supported by Stromme Foundation and food donations from its BENEÙCIARYÖFARMERS Ö"2!#ÖPROVIDEDÖÖ PEOPLEÖAFFECTEDÖBYÖTHEÖÚOODSÖINÖEASTERNÖ3RIÖ Lanka (Batticaloa, Trincomalee, Ampara, Anuradapura) in February 2011 with dried and cooked foods to support them while they focused on rebuilding their livelihoods. At the request of the government of Sri Lanka, BRAC has also provided public LATRINESÖFORÖÙSHERMENÖINÖTHEÖPORTÖOFÖ4RICNO Ö ÚOORÖMATSÖFORÖÚOODÖVICTIMSÖINÖ"ATTICOLA ÖANDÖ sports and wet weather materials for 550 school children in southern Sri Lanka. The combination of all our efforts results in enhanced livelihoods of women across the country, in turn ensuring progress towards ACHIEVINGÖTHEÖÙRSTÖANDÖTHIRDÖ-ILLENNIUMÖ Development Goals, eradicating extreme poverty and hunger and the empowerment of women.

The year in numbers A combination of local knowledge and rigorous training means that our staff are best placed to support the poorest, MOSTÖMARGINALISEDÖBENEÙCIARIESÖINÖTHEIRÖ entrepreneurial endeavours. In 2011, BRAC directed its efforts to scaling up its SERVICES ÖOPENINGÖÖNEWÖBRANCHESÖINÖÙVEÖ districts in western, central, north central and eastern provinces of Sri Lanka. We have organised 112,329 members (100% women) into 6,131 village organisations. Over 74,000 members (including 36,022 new members) are actively borrowing and more than USD 74.6 million (USD 23.2 million in 2011) has been disbursed to date. We provided with holistic capacity development training to 177 members of staff.

3CALINGÂ&#x;UPÂ&#x;ANDÂ&#x;ADAPTATION Initiated in Bangladesh, BRAC is CURRENTLYĂ–IMPLEMENTINGĂ–CONTEXTĂ–SPECIĂ™CĂ– MICROĂ™NANCEĂ–PROGRAMMESĂ–INĂ–NINEĂ–OTHERĂ– countries including Afghanistan, Liberia, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Uganda and Haiti. While our work in Sri Lanka started with disaster relief and rehabilitation following the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004, by 2007 our focus had turned to longer term efforts in revitalising affected enterprises and ECONOMIESĂ–THROUGHĂ–MICROĂ™NANCEĂ–7ITHĂ–THEĂ– ENDĂ–TOĂ–THREEĂ–DECADESĂ–OFĂ–ARMEDĂ–CONĂšICTĂ– in 2009, BRAC’s work in Sri Lanka aims to build livelihoods to help turn the peace dividends into a practical reality.

Through our extensive global experience INÖMICROÙNANCE ÖWEÖKNOWÖTHATÖLIVELIHOODÖ development works best when it goes beyond providing loans. In Sri Lanka, "2!#lSÖHOLISTICÖMICROÙNANCEÖPROGRAMMEÖ acts as a capacity-building platform. Clients are encouraged to save and learn from each other, before being given careful support to select, develop and manage their own small businesses effectively. "2!#lSÖBENEÙCIARIESÖANDÖSTAFFÖGOÖONÖ to act as highly effective vehicles for development within their communities.

Future plans 4OÖCONTINUEÖSUPPORTINGÖOURÖBENEÙCIARIESlÖ growth, our team is currently developing a micro-leasing service to begin in 2012. In partnership with leasing specialists, BRAC hopes to provide its borrowers with the opportunity to lease otherwise prohibitively expensive agricultural machinery and vehicles, increasing the pace and scale of production and allowing them to truly alter their future. In the coming year, BRAC hopes to continue its expansion to reach more of the most vulnerable women in rural Sri Lanka.


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Microfinance

CA S E

S T U DY

Pathmawathi in her restaurant, which she opened with loans from BRAC. Today, her business is booming as she makes plans for expansion.

4ESTIMONIAL Pathmawathi is a borrower from BRAC’s Sooriyawewa branch. She was deserted by her husband within weeks of her daughter being born. To make ends meet, she used to walk with her baby from door to door through her local streets, persuading people to buy her home-made string hopper noodles. Knowing of Pathmawathi’s predicament and of her dream and potential to become a restaurateur, a friend encouraged her to talk to BRAC. In July 2011, Pathmawathi TOOKÖOUTÖHERÖÙRSTÖLOANÖFORÖ,+2Ö Ö rupees. Within six months of receiving the loan and participating in her village organisation, Pathmawathi has made a complete life turnaround. She has been able to save enough to set up her own one-room restaurant, in which she now operates a buffet style restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as snacks on the side. Today, her small restaurant business is expanding to meet increasing demand.

Pathmawathi’s income has skyrocketed from LKR 250 rupees to 3,000 per day. Pathmawathi re-invests all the excess after living costs back into her business, and is determined to add a bakery in 2012 and start a small hotel in 2013.

“BRAC gave me an opportunity to invest in my business and my family. Now I am independent and happy and I have faith that I can go ONĂ–TOĂ–FULĂ™LĂ–ALLĂ–OFĂ–MYĂ–DREAMSn


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Governance

Sir Fazle Hasan Abed Founder and Chairperson, BRAC

Sir Fazle is recognised by Ashoka as one of the mGLOBALÖGREATSnÖANDÖISÖAÖ founding member of its prestigious Global Academy for Social Entrepreneurship. He was also appointed Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George (KCMG) by the British crown in 2010 in recognition of his services to reducing poverty in Bangladesh and internationally. He has received numerous national and international awards for his achievements in leading BRAC, including WISE Prize – the world’s first major international prize for education by Qatar Foundation (2011), the David Rockefeller Bridging Leadership Award (2008), the Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize (2008) – the world’s largest humanitarian prize, the Inaugural Clinton Global Citizen Award (2007), the Henry R. Kravis Prize in Leadership (2007)

Dr. Mahabub Hossain

Muhammad A. (Rumee) Ali

Executive Director, BRAC and BRAC International (Ex-officio)

Managing Director, BRAC (Ex-officio)

A renowned agricultural economist, Dr. Hossain is former head of Social Sciences Division of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), Philippines and former director General of the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS). He was awarded the first Gold Medal from the Bangladesh Agricultural Economist Association in 1985, in recognition of outstanding contribution to understanding the operation of rural economy in Bangladesh.

Mr. Rumee is the vice chairman of Bangladesh Association of Banks and a member of the Global Steering Committee of the ‘Performance Based Grants Initiative’ of the International Finance Corporation and the Technical Advisory Committee of Bangladesh Investment Climate Fund. He served as the deputy governor of Bangladesh Bank, and country head and general manager of Grindlays Bangladesh. He was appointed the CEO of the Standard Chartered Group in Bangladesh, heading both Standard Chartered Bank and Standard Chartered Grindlays Bank. He also served as a member of the Governing Body of PKSF.

Faruque Ahmed Senior Director BRAC International

Prior to joining BRAC, Mr. Ahmed worked for the World Bank. He is a member of the working group of Bangladesh Health Watch, a civil society initiative, vice chair of Bangladesh Country Coordination Mechanism for Global Funds for AID Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) and a member of World Bank Civil Society Consultative Group on Health, Nutrition and Population. He also represented civil society on the GAVI Alliance Board.

S.N. Kairy CFO, BRAC Group

Tanwir Rahman Director, Finance, BRAC and BRAC International

Previously, Mr. Rahman was the Divisional Controller for HBG (Hollandsche Beton Groep) Royal BAM, Assistant Controller for Mitchell engineering, Senior Project Accounting Manager for Bovis Lend Lease. Before joining BRAC he worked as Controller for Allied Container System.

Mr. Kairy joined the Accounts Section of BRAC in April 1982. He is responsible for ensuring the effective Procurement and Asset Management of BRAC Group. Currently, Mr. Kairy is serving on the board of BRAC Bank Limited as a Director nominated by BRAC. He is also the Chair of the Board Audit Committee of BRAC Bank Limited.


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Management

Sagarika Indu Country Representative, BRAC Sri Lanka

Ms. Indu has been working with BRAC since December 1996. In her 15 years of working with BRAC, she has worked as a programme organiser before being appointed the country representative for Sri Lanka. Aside from her work in the microfinance and ultra-poor programmes, she also has experience as a management consultant of sustainable livelihood programme for the extreme poor in India and Yemen. She was born in Chittagong, Bangladesh in 1963 and holds a BA (Hons) and Master degrees in Bangla Literature from Chittagong University, Bangladesh, and a Bachelor degree in Education from Open University, Bangladesh. She also has a post graduate diploma on International Rural Planning and Development (Major in Microfinance and Women Empowerment) from University of Guelph, Canada.

Lalitha Senarathne

Gretion E Perera

Honorary director of BRAC Lanka (Guarantee) Ltd

Director, BRAC Lanka (Guarantee) Limited

Ms. Senarathne is a lawyer, who actively practiced law in Sri Lanka . from 1986 to 2000as a junior to Mr. Nimal Senanayake, PC, then president of the Bar Association of Sri Lanka, and to the late Honourable Lakshman Kadirgamar, PC, minister of Foreign Affairs. From 2000 onwards, she has been practicing as a specialist in Conflict of the Laws and International Trade. She is also working as a consultant to the Sri Lanka Medical Council, and legal consultant (through the WHO) to the government of East Timor in the matter of draft legislation for the establishment of a Medical Council. She is the member of the Bar Association of Sri Lanka, and SAARC Law. She is the former vice president of the Sri Lanka Federation of University Women and the former chairperson of the National YWCA Constitution Committee. She was the Hon. Executive Director of m&OCUSn ÖASÖWELLÖASÖTHEÖ Hon. Executive Director of the Coastal Fisheries & Industries Trust.

Mr. Perera is an attorney-at-law, and notary public, with a career spanning 26 years, primarily in civil law practice, civil courts, notarial work and corporate work. In 1981, he obtained his (LL.B) from University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, and three years later, he passed the attorneys-atlaw final examination from Sri Lanka Law College with first class honours. From the beginning, he has worked in the unofficial bar as a practicing lawyer and gained wide experience in the field of law. As of 26July 2011, he has been serving as the Sri Lankan director of BRAC Lanka (Guarantee) Limited, the company which controls micro finance activities of BRAC in Sri Lanka.

Development Partners

Sadara Wedage Padma Subashini Regional Manager Southern, Microfinance

Abeysingha Gunawardana Nadeeka Regional Manager - Central & North Central Region, Microfinance

Juli Diana Ragel Regional Manager Eastern Region, Microfinance

Chief Accountant - Microfinance


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BRAC across the world


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Harnessing the Past: Our innovations in the last four decades

Functional education

Village organisations (VOs)

Life skills development education for adults that helps to build solidarity, create a savings mentality and prepare people for new income generation

The most effective medium for catalysing change in disadvantaged communities

Homemade oral rehydration solution campaign

Incentive salary system

A groundbreaking campaign in which 13 million households in Bangladesh learned how to make oral saline at home – a lesson that continues to save millions of lives from diarrhoea

A result oriented incentive package that measures effectiveness of and compensates our community workers and volunteers accordingly

Enterprises for value chain support

Directly observed treatment (DOT) for TB control

An integrated network of our development programmes, enterprises and investments that result in a unique synergy that supports our holistic approach for alleviating poverty

An effective treatment method for tuberculosis, a result of our incentive based salary system for community health workers, ensuring patients’ daily intake of medicine for six months or more

Para-professionals Pioneering models for vaccinators, community health workers and ‘barefoot lawyers’ that provide incentive based jobs for those ready to serve their own communities

Education for dropouts and non entrants Our own primary schools that help disadvantaged children make successful transitions to formal schools

Credit ++ approach An integrated set of services for the landless poor, marginal farmers and small entrepreneurs working together to strengthen the supply chain of the enterprises in which our microfinance borrowers invest


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Empowerment and livelihood for adolescents A range of initiatives to empower adolescents including skills training, social development and micro-loans for their future businesses.

Hybrid maize A pioneer venture to commercialise corn harvesting, which plays a key role in making farmers shift from traditional single cropping to multiple cropping to maximise land usage during idle seasons

Sharecroppers scheme A phenomenal initiative to offer soft loans for tenant farmers (sharecroppers) with a specially tailored recovery plan

Adolescent clubs

Pre primary schools

Safe spaces where peer driven intervention for adolescents enhance their personal growth and social skills

Our own pre primary schools where we prepare underprivileged children to enter mainstream primary schools

Popular theatre A traditional platform became an effective communication medium to advocate for social changes in rural communities, particularly to the illiterate

Challenging the frontiers of poverty reduction A unique model focusing on extremely deprived women to improve their economic and social situations, allowing ultra poor households to graduate from extreme poverty and enter mainstream development programmes

M-health services

Unique management model

A mobile based platform that community health workers use to collect data and provide a range of real time automated services such as storing patient records, categorising and assessing medical risks, prioritising medical responses and monitoring referrals

A unique management model that focuses on internal control without suffocating creativity, runs our large scale interventions cost effectively, and enables us to constantly learn from the communities we serve across the world

$UWLĂ›FLDOLQVHPLQDWRUV We transformed over 2,000 rural poor into entrepreneurs with an innovative livelihood opportunity: providing fee based ‘door to door’ artificial insemination and education services for livestock farmers

Birthing huts Safe and culturally accepted childbirth places with appropriate services for mothers in urban slums


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Notes


BRAC SRI LANKA Statement Of Comprehensive Income %NQĂ˜3GDĂ˜/DQHNCĂ˜$MCDCĂ˜Ă˜#DBDLADQĂ˜

2011

2010

2011

2010

LKR

LKR

USD

USD

4 5

3,618,790 (132,939) 3,485,851

4,024,328 (113,329) 3,910,999

32,022 (1,176) 30,846

36,542 (1,029) 35,513

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54,100 13,262 67,362 3,553,213

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479 117 596 31,442

35,513

Impairment losses on loans and advances to customers Operating income after impairment charges

7

56,582 3,496,631

42,426 3,868,573

501 30,941

385 35,127

Other operating expenses

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418,532 418,532 Ă˜  Ă˜Ă˜ 369,372 Ă˜  Ă˜Ă˜

28,500 28,500 Ă˜  Ă˜Ă˜ 768,015 Ă˜  Ă˜Ă˜

3,703 3,703 Ă˜ Ă˜Ă˜ 3,268 Ă˜ Ă˜Ă˜

259 259  Ă˜ 6,974  Ă˜

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Membership fees and other charges Grant income Total operating income

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2010

2011

2010

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LKR

USD

USD

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ASSETS Cash in hand and at Bank Loans and advances to customers Other assets Total assets

10 11 13

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494,703 12,179,772 16,992,680 29,667,155

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4,492 110,594 154,296 269,382

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2,318,020 1,739,453 369,372 4,426,845

2,217,247 5,393,006 768,015 8,378,268

20,512 15,392 3,268 39,172

20,133 48,969 6,974 76,076

15 16

1,765,179 5,780,785 7,545,964

16,451,650 1,765,179 3,072,058 21,288,887

15,620 51,153 66,773

149,383 16,028 27,895 193,306

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2010

2011

2010

LKR

LKR

USD

USD

10,846 (20,100,000) 20,261,693

4,002,061 (18,545,000) 16,423,433

96 (177,860) 179,177

36,339 (168,392) 149,128

161,693

(2,121,567)

1,317

(19,264)

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100,773 (768,015) (667,242)

706,073 (4,714,846) (4,008,773)

892 (6,796) (5,904)

6,411 (42,812) (36,400)

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(2,128,279) 2,622,982 ØØ ØØ

(4,492) 4,492

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(19,325) 23,817 Ø Ø

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132,939 132,939

113,329 113,329

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54,100 54,100

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479 479

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56,582 56,582

42,426 42,426

501 501

385 385

388,292 30,240 418,532

28,500 28,500

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494,703 494,703

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12,266,343 11,609 (305,143) 11,972,809

12,428,036 297 (248,561) 12,179,772

108,542 103 (2,700) 105,945

112,849 3 (2,257) 110,594

10.00 CASH AND BANK Cash in hand Cash at bank

11.00

LOANS AND ADVANCES TO CUSTOMERS Group loans Interest receivable Impairment loss on loan advance

Ă–!DVANCESĂ–TOĂ–CUSTOMERSĂ–AREĂ–CARRIEDĂ–ATĂ–AMORTIZEDĂ–COSTĂ–Ă–)TĂ–ISĂ–ESTIMATEDĂ–THATĂ–THEĂ–FAIRĂ–VALUESĂ–OFĂ–ADVANCESĂ–TOĂ–CUSTOMERSĂ–AREĂ–APPROXIMATELYĂ–THEĂ–SAMEĂ– as the carrying values. All advances to customers are unsecured.

11.01Ă–Ă– 4HEĂ–MOVEMENTĂ–ONĂ–THEĂ–LOANĂ–ACCOUNTSĂ–ISĂ–ANALYZEDĂ–ASĂ–SHOWNĂ–BELOWĂ–

At 1 January Loans disbursed ,ESSĂ–,OANSĂ–REPAYMENTSĂ– Gross advances to customers Interest receivable Impairment loss on loans advance (Note -11.02) Net advances to customers

Ă–

Ă–

Ă–

Ă–

Ă–

12,428,036 20,100,000 Ă–   Ă– 12,266,343 11,609 (305,143) 11,972,809

10,269,861 18,545,000 Ă–   Ă– 12,428,036 297 (248,561) 12,179,772

109,973 177,860 Ă–  Ă– 108,542 103 (2,700) 105,945

93,252 168,392 Ă–  112,849 3 (2,257) 110,594

11.02 Ă– 4HEĂ–MOVEMENTĂ–ONĂ–THEĂ–IMPAIRMENTĂ–ONĂ–LOANSĂ–ACCOUNTĂ–ISĂ–Ă–SHOWNĂ–BELOWĂ– At 1 January Charge for the year

Ă–

Ă–

Ă–

Ă–

248,561 56,582 305,143

206,135 42,426 248,561

2,199 501 2,700

1,851 406 2,257

Principal Outstanding Local

Provision rate

Provision required Local

Ă–

Ă– 

11.03 Annalysis of impairment of loans

Ă– Ă– Ă–

For general Provision .OĂ–PASTĂ–DUEĂ–

Ă–

%NQĂ˜RODBHĂšBĂ˜OQNUHRHNMĂ˜  Ă–DAYSĂ–  Ă–DAYSĂ–  Ă–DAYSĂ– Ă–DAYSĂ–ANDĂ–ABOVEĂ–PASTĂ–DUEĂ–

Ă– Ă– Ă– Ă–

  Ă–Ă–

Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– Ă– Ă–Ă– Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– Ă– Ă–Ă–

143,465 12,266,343

Ă– Ă– Ă– Ă–

Ă– Ă–Ă– Ă– Ă– Ă– Ă–Ă– Ă– Ă–

62,685 305,143


2011 LKR 12.00

Ă–

LOAN SECURITY FUND Opening balance Received during the year 0AIDĂ–OFFĂ–!DJUSTEDĂ–DURINGĂ–THEĂ–YEARĂ– Closing balance

2010 LKR

2,217,247 2,010,000 Ă–   Ă– 2,318,020

1,511,174 927,250 Ă–  Ă– 2,217,247

2011 USD

2010 USD

19,620 17,786 Ă–  Ă– 20,512

13,722 8,420 Ă–  20,133

Ă–

4HEĂ–,OANĂ–3ECURITYĂ–&UNDĂ–ACTSĂ–ASĂ–COLLATERALĂ–FORĂ–THEĂ–CUSTOMERSlĂ–LOANĂ–OBLIGATIONSĂ–TOĂ–"2!#Ă–3RIĂ–,ANKAĂ–4HISĂ–ISĂ–COMPUTEDĂ–ASĂ–Ă–OFĂ–THEĂ–CUSTOMERSlĂ– APPROVEDĂ–LOANĂ–)NĂ–THEĂ–EVENTĂ–OFĂ–ANYĂ–DEFAULT Ă–THEĂ–CLIENTSĂ–FORFEITĂ–ALLĂ–ORĂ–PARTĂ–OFĂ–THEĂ–,OANĂ–3ECURITYĂ–&UNDĂ–TOĂ–THEĂ–EXTENTĂ–OFĂ–THEĂ–AMOUNTĂ–ATĂ–RISKĂ–Ă– Ă–Ă–

13.00

Other Assets Related party receivables

14.00

15.00

15.10

OTHER LIABILITIES Accrual for expenses VO members saving deposits Total

DONOR FUNDS Donor funds investment in loans to group members Donor funds received in advance (15.10) Total

Donor funds received in advance Opening balance Transferred to statement of income and expenses "KNRHMFĂ˜A@K@MBDĂ˜

-

16,992,680 16,992,680

-

154,296 154,296

1,738,563 890 1,739,453

4,822,171 570,835 5,393,006

15,384 8 15,392

43,786 5,183 48,969

-

16,438,388 13,262 16,451,650

-

149263 119 149,383

13,262 (13,262) Ă˜ Ă˜Ă˜Ă˜Ă˜

13,262 Ă˜ Ă˜Ă˜

117 (117) Ă˜ Ă˜Ă˜Ă˜Ă˜

119 Ă˜Ă˜

16.00

BRAC CONTRIBUTION 4HEĂ–FUNDĂ–AMOUNTINGĂ–TOĂ–,+2Ă–  Ă–RELATESĂ–TOĂ–VARIOUSĂ–CONTRIBUTIONSĂ–MADEĂ–TOWARDSĂ–THEĂ–ESTABLISHMENTĂ–OFĂ–"2!#Ă–3RIĂ–,ANKAĂ–Ă–

17.00

SUBSEQUENT EVENTS !LLÖMATERIALÖEVENTSÖOCCURRINGÖAFTERÖTHEÖBALANCEÖSHEETÖDATEÖAREÖCONSIDEREDÖANDÖAPPROPRIATEÖADJUSTMENTSÖORÖDISCLOSURESÖHAVEÖBEENÖMADEÖINÖTHEÖ ÙNANCIALÖSTATEMENTS

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18.00

CASHFLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES 2011 LKR

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3,078,099 56,582 Ø  ØØ

16,992,680 (11,312) (3,653,553) Ö   Ö 10,846

2010 LKR

3,840,073 42,426 Ø  ØØ

119,562 Ö ÖÖÖÖ 4,002,061

2011 USD

2010 USD

27,237 501 Ø ØØ

34,869 385 Ø Ø

150,364 (100) (32,329)   Ö 96

(3,798)  Ö 36,339

19.00

CONTINGENT LIABILITIES #ONTINGENTÖLIABILITIESÖAREÖNOTÖRECOGNIZEDÖBUTÖDISCLOSEDÖINÖTHEÖÙNANCIALÖSTATEMENTSÖUNLESSÖTHEÖPOSSIBILITYÖOFÖANÖOUTÚOWÖOFÖRESOURCESÖEMBODYINGÖ ECONOMICÖBENEÙTSÖISÖRELIABLYÖESTIMATEDÖ Ö Ö Ö Ö

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#ONTINGENTÖASSETSÖAREÖNOTÖRECOGNIZEDÖINÖTHEÖÙNANCIALÖSTATEMENTSÖASÖTHISÖMAYÖRESULTSÖINÖTHEÖRECOGNITIONÖOFÖINCOMEÖWHICHÖMAYÖNEVERÖBEÖ REALIZEDÖ Ö Ö Ö

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BRAC LANKA (GUARANTEE) LIMITED Statement Of Comprehensive Income %NQĂ˜3GDĂ˜/DQHNCĂ˜$MCDCĂ˜Ă˜#DBDLADQĂ˜

2011

2010

2011

LKR

LKR

USD

2010

Notes

Service charge on loans Interest expense Net income from service charge

Membership fees and other charges Other income Grant income

Total operating income Impairment losses on loans and advances to customers Operating income after impairment charges

Staff costs Other operating expenses Depreciation /QNĂšSĂ˜ADENQDĂ˜%HM@MBH@KĂ˜5 3Ă˜ &INANCIALĂ–6!4Ă– /QNĂšSĂ˜ADENQDĂ˜S@WĂ˜ Income tax expense -DSĂ˜OQNĂšSĂ˜ENQĂ˜SGDĂ˜XD@QĂ˜ Other comprehensive income Total comprehensive income

USD

4 5

373,121,918 (45,988,258) 327,133,660

377,367,954 (36,890,570) 340,477,384

3,301,672 (406,940) 2,894,732

3,388,334 (329,733) 3,058,601

6 7 21.1

8,415,743 9,733,518 131,028 18,280,289

8,815,985 28,275,964 131,028 37,222,977

74,469 86,130 1,159 161,758

78,798 252,734 1,190 332,722

345,413,949 10,881,417 334,532,532

377,700,361 10,669,012 367,031,349

3,056,490 96,287 2,960,203

3,391,322 95,361 3,295,961

154,028,904 100,754,040 8,674,888 263,457,832 Ă˜  Ă˜Ă˜ Ă–   Ă– Ă˜  Ă˜Ă˜Ă˜ (22,921,633) Ă˜  Ă˜Ă˜Ă˜ 44,283,522

133,370,680 125,592,339 5,954,701 264,917,720 Ă˜  Ă˜Ă˜ Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– Ă˜  Ă˜Ă˜ (21,501,399) Ă˜  Ă˜Ă˜ 80,612,230

1,362,967 1,192,119 891,550 1,122,563 76,762 54,070 2,331,279 2,368,752 Ă˜ Ă˜Ă˜ Ă˜ Ă˜ Ă–  Ă– Ă˜ Ă˜Ă˜Ă˜Ă˜ Ă˜ Ă˜ (202,828) (195,237) Ă˜ Ă˜Ă˜Ă˜Ă˜ Ă˜ Ă˜ 391,855 731,973

8

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BRAC LANKA (GUARANTEE) LIMITED 2S@SDLDMSØ.EØ%HM@MBH@KØ/NRHSHNMØ SØØ#DBDLADQØ

2011

2010

2011

2010

LKR

LKR

USD

USD

Notes

ASSETS Cash in hand and at Bank Short term deposits Loans and advances to customers Other assets Property, plant and equipment Total assets

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL FUND +H@AHKHSHDR Loan security fund Related party payables "ORROWINGSÖ Other liabilities Tax payable 3NS@KØKH@AHKHSHDRØ

Capital fund Donor funds BRAC contribution Retained earnings Total capital fund

3NS@KØKH@AHKHSHDRØ@MCØB@OHS@KØETMCØ

25,579,312 1,261,358,262 3,964,069 47,130,532 1,338,032,175

12 13 14 15 16

17 18 19 20 A Ø

21 22

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175,942,975 50,000,000 986,872,622 10,543,667 46,657,379 1,270,016,643

226,346 11,161,475 35,077 417,048 11,839,946

1,597,594 454,009 8,960,979 95,738 423,657 11,531,977

254,085,289 198,907,388 294,448,787 24,741,626 22,795,207 Ø  ØØ

68,328,588 167,478,290 292,248,213 221,558,768 21,501,399 Ø  ØØ

2,248,343 1,760,087 2,605,511 218,933 201,710 Ø  ØØ

620,436 1,520,733 2,653,666 2,011,793 195,237 Ø  Ø

4,864,349 460,599,963 77,589,566 543,053,878

4,995,377 460,599,963 33,306,045 498,901,385

43,044 4,075,745 686,574 4,805,362

45,359 4,182,330 302,425 4,530,113

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460,599,963

413,293,776

3,752,781

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493,906,008

4,370,463

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2011

2010

2011

2010

LKR

LKR

USD

USD

Notes

"@RGØÛNVØEQNLØ.ODQ@SHMFØ BSHUHSHDRØ Loan disbursements Loan collection



(74,309,919) (2,537,819,000) 2,254,714,876

78,718,534 (1,855,782,000) 1,638,551,521

(698,266) (22,456,588) 19,951,463

706,947 (16,666,206) 14,715,326

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2,200,574 185,756,701 (131,028) (21,627,825)

34,390,018 68,328,589 (131,028) (7,103,122)

19,472 1,643,719 (1,159) (191,380)

308,846 613,638 (1,177) (63,791)

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3.00

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4.00 SERVICE CHARGE ON LOANS 'ROUPÖ,OANSÖÖ-ICROÙNANCE Ö

5.00 INTEREST EXPENSE Lender 1. SMAGL 2. People’s Bank 3. Etimos 4. Deutsche Bank 5. Interest on VO Members Savings Total

6.00 MEMBERSHIP FEES AND OTHER CHARGES Membership fee Total

7.00 Other Income )NTERESTÖONÖÙXEDÖDEPOSITSÖ Other income Total

2011

2010

2011

2010

LKR

LKR

USD

USD

ÖÖ  ÖÖ 373,121,918

Ö  ÖÖ 377,367,954

Ö  ÖÖ 3,301,672

13,993,916 126,717 19,269,806 12,597,819 45,988,258

10,719,660 704,359 13,174,604 164,397 12,127,550 36,890,570

123,829 1,121 170,514 111,475 406,940

95,814 6,296 117,757 1,469 108,398 329,733

8,415,743 8,415,743

8,815,985 8,815,985

74,469 74,469

78,798 78,798

Ö  ÖÖ 22,835,425 28,275,964

Ö ÖÖ 62,098 86,130

Ö Ö 204,106 252,734

Ö Ö  ÖÖ 7,017,706 9,733,518

Ö  Ö 3,388,334

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8.00 IMPAIRMENT LOSSES ON LOANS AND ADVANCES Provision on Impairment losses Total

9.00 STAFF COSTS 3ALARIESÖÖ"ONUSÖ Total

10,881,417 10,881,417

10,669,012 10,669,012

ÖÖ  ÖÖ 154,028,904

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96,287 96,287

Ö  ÖÖ 1,362,967

95,361 95,361

Ö  Ö 1,192,119


2011

2010

2011

2010

LKR

LKR

USD

USD

10.00 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES Staff training and development Travel and transportation Maintenance and general expenses Ö 0RINTINGÖANDÖOFÙCEÖSTATIONERYÖ Occupancy expenses (10.10) Ö 'ROUPÖMEMBERÖDEATHÖBENEÙTSÖ Audit fees Program supplies Ö "ADÖDEBTÖWRITTENÖOFFÖ HO logistics and management expenses Total

1,931,676 14,592,791 29,722,209 Ö Ö  ÖÖ 20,086,968 Ö Ö  ÖÖ 403,200 184,160 Ö Ö ÖÖÖÖ 23,162,086 100,754,040

3,064,981 20,137,962 16,725,128 Ö  ÖÖ 15,592,783 Ö  ÖÖ 369,600 425,050 Ö  ÖÖ 49,605,026 125,592,339

17,093 129,128 263,005 Ö ÖÖ 177,745 Ö ÖÖ 3,568 1,630 Ö ÖÖÖÖ 204,956 891,550

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14,663,560 Ö Ö  ÖÖ 20,086,968

10,997,198 Ö  ÖÖ 15,592,783

129,755 Ö ÖÖ 177,745

98,295 Ö Ö 139,371

11.00 TAXATION @ØØ(MBNLDØS@WØDWODMRD Corporation tax –charge for the year 3@WØ"QDCHSØDWODMRDØ

22,921,633 Ø Ø  ØØ

21,501,399 Ø  ØØ

202,828 Ø ØØ

195,237 Ø Ø

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7,103,122 21,501,399 (7,103,122) Ø  ØØ

190,261 202,828 (191,380) Ø ØØ

64,498 195,237 (64,498) Ø Ø

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27,395 179,996 149,492 Ö Ö 139,371 Ö Ö 3,304 3,799 Ö  443,377 1,122,563

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Ö  ÖÖ Ö  ÖÖ 772,332 Ø  ØØ

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12.00 CASH IN HAND AND AT BANK Cash in hand Cash at Bank Standard Chartered Bank Hatton National Bank PLC Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC Peoples Bank Bank of Ceylon Seylan Bank PLC Sampath Bank PLC "@RGĂ˜HMĂ˜G@MCĂ˜@MCĂ˜@SĂ˜A@MJĂ˜

13.00 FIXED DEPOSITS AT AMORTISED COST 0EOPLESĂ–"ANKĂ– Total

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14.00 LOANS AND ADVANCES TO CUSTOMERS Group loans ,OANĂ–WRITEĂ–OFFĂ– Interest receivable Impairment loss on loan advance

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2010

2011

2010

LKR

LKR

USD

USD

205,996

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2011

Ă–

15,644,728 886,058 276,955 7,971,287 505,631 55,888 32,769 25,373,316 Ă˜  Ă˜Ă˜

2,221,782 133,774,655 6,995,737 6,219,451 18,389,325 3,612,027 3,837,541 892,457 173,721,193 Ă˜  Ă˜Ă˜

1,823 138,437 7,841 2,451 70,536 4,474 495 290 224,523 Ă˜ Ă˜Ă˜

20,174 1,214,698 63,523 56,474 166,978 32,798 34,846 8,104 1,577,419 Ă˜  Ă˜

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Ă–  Ă–Ă– 50,000,000

Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– -

Ă– Ă– 454,009

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454,009 454,009

1,296,508,615 Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– 2,705,131 (37,855,484) 1,261,358,262

1,024,317,480 Ă–   Ă– 442,198 (26,974,067) 986,872,622

11,472,512 Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– 23,937 (334,975) 11,161,475

9,300,985 Ă–  4,015 (244,929) 8,960,979

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14.01Ă–Ă–4HEĂ–MOVEMENTĂ–ONĂ–THEĂ–LOANĂ–ACCOUNTSĂ–ISĂ–ANALYZEDĂ–ASĂ–SHOWNĂ–BELOWĂ– Ă– At 1 January 1,013,404,491 Loans disbursed 2,537,819,000 Ă– ,ESSĂ–,OANSĂ–REPAYMENTSĂ– Ă– Ă–    Ă– Gross advances to customers 1,296,508,615 Ă– ,ESSĂ–7RITEĂ–OFFĂ– Ă– Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– Interest receivable 2,705,131 Impairment loss on loans advance (Note -14.02) (37,855,484) Net advances to customers 1,261,358,262

Ă– 807,087,001 1,855,782,000 Ă–    Ă– 1,024,317,480 Ă–   Ă– 442,198 (26,974,067) 986,872,622

Ă– Ă– 8,967,388 7,328,494 22,456,588 16,850,831 Ă–   Ă– Ă–   11,472,512 9,300,985 Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– Ă–  23,937 4,015 (334,975) (244,929) 11,161,475 8,960,979


2011

2010

2011

2010

LKR

LKR

USD

USD

14.02Ă–Ă–4HEĂ–MOVEMENTĂ–ONĂ–THEĂ–IMPAIRMENTĂ–ONĂ–LOANSĂ–ACCOUNTĂ–ISĂ–Ă–SHOWNĂ–BELOWĂ–

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At 1 January Charge for the year ,OANĂ–WRITE OFFĂ– )NTERESTĂ–RECEIVABLEĂ–WRITEĂ–OFFĂ– At 31 December

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26,974,067 10,881,417 Ă– Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– Ă– Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– 37,855,484

Ă– 16,647,303 21,582,001 Ă–   Ă– Ă–  Ă– 26,974,067

Ă–

Ă–

238,687 96,287 Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– 334,975

151,160 195,968 Ă–  Ă–  244,929

Provision rate

Provision required Local

14.03 Analysis of Impairment of loans Principal Outstanding Local

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Ă– Ă– Ă– Ă–

Ă–  Ă–Ă– Ă–  Ă–Ă– Ă–  Ă–Ă– Ă–  Ă–Ă– 20,202,708 1,296,508,615

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Ă– Ă– Ă– Ă– Ă– Ă– Ă–  Ă– 12,329,366 37,855,484

15.00 OTHER ASSETS Advance to third party Related party receivables Advances to staff Ă– &IELDĂ–RECEIVABLEĂ– Total

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3,941,619 22,450 Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– 3,964,069

3,144,718 5,946,455 Ă–  Ă–Ă– 10,543,667

34,878 199 Ă– Ă–Ă–Ă–Ă– 35,077

28,555 53,995 Ă– Ă– 95,738


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LKR

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3,437,699 943,217 Ø  ØØ 2,272,600 Ø  ØØ

3,437,700 11,363,000 Ø  ØØØØ Ö ÖÖÖÖ Ø  ØØ

LKR

6EHICLEÖ Ö

Ø ØØ

Ø ØØ

1,137,054 400,800 Ø  ØØ 447,021 Ø  ØØ

2,237,003 48,790 Ø  ØØØ 315,603 Ö ÖÖ Ø  ØØØ

LKR

"ICYCLEÖ Ö

Ø  ØØ

Ø  ØØ

3,888,457 2,175,892 Ø  ØØ 2,716,738 Ø  ØØ

10,775,215 1,140,118 Ø  ØØ 3,815,350 Ö ÖÖ Ø  ØØØØØ

LKR

-OTORÖ#YCLESÖ Ö

Ø  ØØ

Ø  ØØ

13,019,643 5,954,701 Ø  ØØ 8,674,888 Ø  ØØ

49,184,618 16,447,105 Ø  ØØ 10,226,482 Ö  ÖÖ Ø  ØØ

LKR

4OTALÖ Ö

Ø 

Ø Ø

118,221 54,070 Ø Ø 76,762 Ø Ø

446,605 149,343 Ø Ø 79,894 Ö Ö Ø Ø

USD

4OTAL Ö Ö


17.00

Ö

LOAN SECURITY FUND Opening balance Received during the year 0AIDÖOFFÖ!DJUSTEDÖDURINGÖTHEÖYEARÖ Closing balance

Ö

2011

2010

2011

2010

LKR

LKR

USD

USD

68,328,588 253,781,900 Ö   Ö 254,085,289

92,789,100 Ö   Ö 68,328,588

604,624 2,245,659 Ö  Ö 2,248,343

842,542 Ö  620,436

4HEÖ,OANÖ3ECURITYÖ&UNDÖACTSÖASÖCOLLATERALÖFORÖTHEÖCUSTOMERSlÖLOANÖOBLIGATIONSÖTOÖ"2!#Ö,ANKAÖ'UARANTEE Ö,IMITEDÖ4HISÖISÖCOMPUTEDÖASÖÖOFÖ THEÖCUSTOMERSlÖAPPROVEDÖLOANÖ)NÖTHEÖEVENTÖOFÖANYÖDEFAULT ÖTHEÖCLIENTSÖFORFEITÖALLÖORÖPARTÖOFÖTHEÖ,OANÖ3ECURITYÖ&UNDÖTOÖTHEÖEXTENTÖOFÖTHEÖAMOUNTÖATÖ risk. 18.00

RELATED PARTY PAYABLE Payable to Stitching BRAC International Payable to BRAC Bangladesh

23,162,086 175,745,302 198,907,388

167,478,290 167,478,290

204,956 1,555,131 1,760,087

1,520,733 1,520,733

2ELATEDÖPARTYÖPAYABLESÖRELATEÖTOÖAMOUNTSÖOWINGÖTOÖ"2!#Ö!SSOCIATESÖFORÖTHEÖSETTLEMENTÖOFÖSTAFFÖCOSTSÖANDÖOPERATINGÖEXPENDITURESÖONÖBEHALFÖOFÖ BRAC Lanka (Guarantee) Limited, HO logistics and other fees payable.

19.00 Ö

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BORROWINGS SMAGL +)6!Ö Etimos Peoples Bank Total

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!NQQNVHMFR Opening balance Obtained during the year Less - Loan Repayment during the year

19 . B 19 . C

!NQQNVHMFRØ.AS@HMDCØCTQHMFØSGDØXD@Q #ONSORZIOÖ%TIMOSÖSCÖ 3TROMMEÖ-ICROÖ&INANCEÖ!SIAÖ'UARANTEE Ö,TDÖ 3TROMMEÖ-ICROÖ&INANCEÖ!SIAÖ'UARANTEE Ö,TDÖ 3TROMMEÖ-ICROÖ&INANCEÖ!SIAÖ'UARANTEE Ö,TDÖ 3TROMMEÖ-ICROÖ&INANCEÖ!SIAÖ'UARANTEE Ö,TDÖ +)6!Ö,TDÖ 3TROMMEÖ-ICROÖ&INANCEÖ!SIAÖ'UARANTEE Ö,TDÖ 3TROMMEÖ-ICROÖ&INANCEÖ!SIAÖ'UARANTEE Ö,TDÖ 3TROMMEÖ-ICROÖ&INANCEÖ!SIAÖ'UARANTEE Ö,TDÖ 3TROMMEÖ-ICROÖ&INANCEÖ!SIAÖ'UARANTEE Ö,TDÖ 3TROMMEÖ-ICROÖ&INANCEÖ!SIAÖ'UARANTEE Ö,TDÖ 3TROMMEÖ-ICROÖ&INANCEÖ!SIAÖ'UARANTEE Ö,TDÖ

19.1 19.2 19.3 19.4 19.5 19.6 19.7 19.8 19.9 19.10 19.11 19.12

+N@MØ1DO@XLDMSØCTQHMFØØSGDØXD@QØ $EUTSCHEÖ"ANKÖ!MERICASÖ&OUNDATIONÖ 3TROMMEÖ-ICROÖ&INANCEÖ!SIAÖ'UARANTEE Ö,TDÖ People’s Bank Sri Lanka #ONSORZIOÖ%TIMOSÖSCÖ +)6!Ö,TDÖ

Ö Ö Ö Ö

185,312,483 Ö ÖÖÖÖ 108,865,143 271,161 294,448,787

105,029,168 Ö Ö 182,554,292 4,039,905 292,248,213

1,639,788 Ö ÖÖÖÖ 963,323 2,399 2,605,511

953,684 Ö Ö 1,657,625 36,683 2,653,666

292,248,213 150,000,000 (147,799,426) 294,448,787

257,858,196 171,837,539 (137,447,522) 292,248,213

2,653,666 1,327,316 (1,375,471) 2,605,511

2,341,398 1,560,315 (1,248,048) 2,653,666

20,000,000 20,000,000 30,000,000 30,000,000 20,000,000 30,000,000 150,000,000

99,712,691 8,000,000 8,500,000 25,000,000 30,000,000 624,848 171,837,539

176,975 176,975 265,463 265,463 176,975 265,463 1,327,316

905,409 72,641 77,182 227,004 272,405 5,674 1,560,315

Ö ÖÖÖÖ Ö  ÖÖ 73,689,149 Ö  ÖÖ Ö ÖÖ 147,799,426

Ö  ÖÖ Ö  ÖÖ 8,333,316 Ö  ÖÖ Ö ÖÖÖÖ 137,447,522

Ö ÖÖÖÖ Ö ÖÖ 684,111 Ö ÖÖ Ö ÖÖ 1,375,471

Ö Ö Ö Ö 75,668 Ö  Ö ÖÖÖ 1,248,048


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20.00

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5.Ø,DLADQRØ2@UHMFØ#DONRHSRØØ Opening balance !DDÖ$EPOSITSÖDURINGÖTHEÖYEARÖ

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DONOR FUNDS $ONORÖFUNDSÖINVESTMENTÖINÖÙXEDÖASSETSÖ.OTE  Ö Total

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22.00 Ö

23.00 Ö

2010

2011

2010

LKR

LKR

USD

USD

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Ø ØØ

2011

Ø

#NMNQØETMCRØHMUDRSLDMSØHMØÚWDCØ@RRDSR Ø#DEDQQDCØHMBNLDØØ Opening balance Transferred from donor funds received in advance Depreciation charged during the year "KNRHMFØA@K@MBDØ Ø

13,376,410 10,992,443 372,773 24,741,626

13,494,182 208,064,586 221,558,768

118,365 97,270 3,299 218,933

122,530 1,889,263 2,011,793

Ø 208,064,586 Ö ÖÖÖÖ 208,064,586 Ö   Ö 10,992,443

Ø 179,591,326 Ö  ÖÖ 242,664,832 Ö   Ö 208,064,586

Ø 1,889,263 Ö ÖÖÖÖ 1,889,263 Ö   Ö 97,270

Ø 1,630,721 Ö Ö 2,203,440 Ö  1,889,263

Ö  ÖÖ 4,864,349

Ö  ÖÖ 4,995,377

Ö ÖÖ 43,044

Ö Ö 45,359

Ø 4,995,377 (131,028) Ø  ØØ

Ø 5,126,405 (131,028) Ø  ØØ

Ø 44,203 (1,159) Ø ØØ

Ø Ø 46,549 (1,190) Ø Ø

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24.00

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CASHFLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES

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25.00

2011

2010

2011

LKR

LKR

USD

Ö

Ö

Ö

71,074,700 8,674,888 Ö   Ö 10,881,417 Ø  ØØ

Ø

6,579,598 31,429,098 (196,817,142) (2,262,933) (161,071,379) (74,309,919)

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(105,317) 68,793,759 (144,456,213) 24,835,974 (50,931,797) 78,718,534

2010 USD Ö

628,924 76,762 Ö  Ö 96,287 Ø ØØ

58,221 278,109 (1,782,304) (20,024) (1,465,998) (698,266)

Ö

Ö

917,051 53,477 Ö ÖÖÖ 193,821 Ø  Ø

(946) 617,816 (1,297,317) 223,044 (457,403) 706,947

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