Anzuma reached out to BRAC when her daughter's husband married another women after Nasima, her daughter, was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Anzuma contacted BRAC's Human Rights and Legal Services (HRLS) department and informed them that Nasima's husband was not providing child support. Through Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), BRAC helped secure 2000 Taka ($28) as monthly child support for Nasima's two children. BRAC accepted Nasima's son into a BRAC school and is providing him with a monthly stipend. BRAC has also helped the family ensure a source of income by providing them with a microfinance loan that enabled them to open up a cattle leaf shop. Microfinance, BRAC's largest program, operates in all of Bangladesh's 64 districts and stresses self-employment and small enterprise development. BRAC's borrowers, most of whom are women, use these loans to engage in various income generating activities to improve their socio-economic status. Through BRAC's multi-faceted policy towards poverty alleviation Anzuma and her family have experienced an increase in their living standards and their overall well-being.