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Manusher Jonno Unnoyon Songstha

MJUS is continuous its mended for holistic development of rural populations in the areas of livelihood, skill development, health, education, water and sanitation, disaster management, nutrition, mother and child health care services, kitchen gardening, growth monitoring, immunizations, arsenic mitigation and the developing needs of marginalized people of Bangladesh from its inception. At the same time it has been continuing micro credit, social development, food security, disaster management, agricultural development, livestock, fisheries, water resources management, hazardous child labor reduction, counter trafficking intervention, human rights, adult education, child education, skill development activities for ensuring equitable society free from poverty in working area.

  • NPF Members Interview:  MD. Hassan Tareq, the Program Coordinator of Manusher Jonno Unnoyon Sangstha
  • Cyclone Amphan Report

Eco-Social Development Organization

 ESDO is continuous its mended for holistic development of rural populations in the areas of livelihood, skill development, health, education, water and sanitation, nutrition, mother and child health care services, kitchen gardening, growth monitoring, immunizations, arsenic mitigation and the developing needs of marginalized people of Bangladesh from its inception. At the same time ESDO has been continuing micro credit, social development, food security, disaster management, agricultural development, livestock, fisheries, water resources management, hazardous child labor reduction, counter trafficking intervention, human rights, adult education, child education, skill development activities for ensuring equitable society free from poverty in ESDOs working area.

  • NPF Members Interview:  MD. Hassan Tareq, the Program Coordinator of Manusher Jonno Unnoyon Sangstha
  • Cyclone Amphan Report

Adhunik Manob Unnayan Songstha

AMUS is trying  to establish social awareness of the North-west region of Bangladesh. It Organizes livelihood underprivileged people and make a group for livelihood program. Besides livelihood , organization implemented also Health &  Hygienic related issue, Non-formal Primary Education, Human rights, Child Rights , Good Governance, Domestic Violence, Ecological Agriculture, Natural Disaster, HIV/AIDS and  gender mainstreaming issues are implemented. The organization was going to established against trafficking through Bangladesh networking activities.

  • NPF Members Interview: MD. Obaidur Rahman, the Manager of Adhunik Manob Unnayan Sangstha

Suchita Somaj Unnayan Songstha

SSUS works with a view to meaning health service for the distressed people is a health-WASH-livelihood, non-formal education, DRR, climate change impact focused non-profit private voluntary development organization. Initially a group of young Medical Doctors and social activists observing appalling condition of people living in slums decided to start a health clinic in slum areas of Bangladesh to help this people to overcome some of their primary health care needs. During the flood and other disasters the organization operates many health teams to support flood affected poor people in Bangladesh.

  • Cyclone Amphan Report

Prokash Manobik Unnayan Songstha

PMUS is a “company not for profit” and is registered under the Companies Act with the registrar of Joint Stock Companies. The legal structure of PKSF allows flexibility and authority to undertake program in a dynamic environment, implementing them throughout the country and manage its affairs as an independent organization. In the beginning of its operations PMUS set the goal of creating self-employment opportunities in the rural off-farm sector and adopted the strategy of promoting a credit program for attaining this goal. Enabling the poor to come out from the low productivity trap, PKSF has integrated capacity building, technology transfer, value chain development and other technical services in its development program.

  • NPF Members Interview: Md. Golam Mostafa, the Executive Director of Prokash Manabik Unnayan Sangstha

Adhunik Manob Unnayan Songstha

AMUS is trying  to establish social awareness of the North-west region of Bangladesh. It organizes livelihood underprivileged people and make a group for livelihood program. Besides livelihood, organization implemented also Health &  Hygienic related issue, Non-formal Primary Education, Human rights, Child Rights , Good Governance, Domestic Violence, Ecological Agriculture, Natural Disaster, HIV/AIDS and  gender mainstreaming issues are implemented. The organization was going to established against trafficking through Bangladesh networking activities.

  • NPF Members Interview: MD. Obaidur Rahman, the Manager of Adhunik Manob Unnayan Sangstha

Bengal Association for Social Advancement

Through its programs it promotes disaster response, decentralization of power, rule of law and entitlement. Through a range of activities it facilitates the community. Especially the poor and disadvantaged, about their entitlements as enshrined in the constitution. At the same time it engages with the local and national government, public bodies, networks and coalition so as to broaden the communities’ access to rights and justice. The sector has completed the objectives like to uphold basic and human rights of all citizens in Bangladesh, to promote democratic decentralization, promoting health, disaster management, local self-government and accountable public and guardian institutions.

  • CIS and A-PAD Bangladesh Response Cyclone
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Trinomul Nari Songstha

TNS is a non-governmental, non-profit and non-political organization. We are focusing on women empowerment, underprivileged widow women and rights of women. We have experience in undertaking a range of short and long-term projects on Natural Resource Management (NRM), Environment, Climate Change, Livelihoods, Primary health care, Hygiene Promotion Sanitation and Water supply(HYSAWA), WATSAN, good governance, and education issues. TNS is registered with the Department of Social Services and the NGO Affairs Bureau.

  • NPF Members Interview: Rokeya Akter Chowdhury Reba, the Executive Director of TNS

SDM Foundation

The SDM Foundation is a nonprofitprivate operating foundation. We focus on raising awareness on particular disaster management and develop technology among the people like how to use technology, such as computers and the Internet, to enrich their lives. This means helping people use email, the web, digital photography, online music, and all of the other ways that people interact, learn, and participate in society using phones, tablets, and computers. We also help small businesses and nonprofits develop and maintain websites, social media, and other technology to run their businesses. Our focus is on teaching, so if your focus is on learning, we are a good match.

  • Cyclone Amphan Report

Audikar Somaj Kollan Songstha

ASKS is committed to social justice, sustainable development and human rights. The right to communicate freely is a basic human right and a necessity for sustainable development. Access to information is essential to informed decision-making at all levels. It is committed to the dissemination of information and promotion of sustainable development initiatives, in response to the needs of underrepresented and marginalized sectors of society. For bridging the data gap and improving information availability NGO network is committed to develop and establish an ideal medium for the Participation and exchange of a trusted and accurate source of quality information.

  • NPF Members Interview:Md. Monsur Ahmed, the Executive Director of Adhikar Samaj Kallayan Sangstha
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Community Health & Development Program

CHDP operates in the southwest Bangladesh Districts of Patuakhali, Barisal etc. Its focus is on poor communities, and particularly women and children who tend to be the more disadvantaged members of society. The main activities of CHDP are geared toward increasing good health decision making of individuals and communities by improving functionality of a local integrated, responsive health system (whether NGO, Government of Bangladesh, or an integration of both). We try to focus on household and group teaching for health promotion, disease prevention, primary care clinical service provision, including community midwifery and group facilitation for community mobilization using participatory action research approaches.

  • NPF Members Interview: Khadiga Begum the Manager of Community Health & Development Program

Mitali Jubo Unnoyon Songstha

MJUS started its journey with youth skill development program and developed its own technical curriculum which was a unique example at that time. JCF still believes technical issues are the key to all development and it is the first priority in taking any new intervention. The success of this intervention gave MJUS courage to go with community development approach and later it successfully implemented a number of community development and disaster management projects whose beneficiaries are now running their own people’s institution by them.

  • NPF Members Interview:  MD. Hassan Tareq, the Program Coordinator of Manusher Jonno Unnoyon Sangstha
  • Cyclone Amphan Report

Ashar Alo Bangladesh

AAB is continuous its mended for holistic development of rural populations in the areas of livelihood, skill development, health, education, water and sanitation, nutrition, mother and child health care services, kitchen gardening, growth monitoring, immunizations, arsenic mitigation, disaster management and the developing needs of marginalized people of Bangladesh from its inception. At the same time has been continuing micro credit, social development, food security, hazardous child labor reduction, counter trafficking intervention, human rights, adult education, child education, skill development activities for ensuring equitable society free from poverty in AABs working area.

  • NPF Members Interview: Md Kamal Hossain the Executive Director of Ashar Alo Bangladesh
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Alok Dip Fondation

Through its programs it promotes decentralization of power, rule of law and entitlement. Through a range of activities it facilitates the community. Especially the poor and disadvantaged, about their entitlements as enshrined in the constitution. At the same time it engages with the local and national government, public bodies, networks and coalition so as to broaden the communities’ access to rights and justice. The sector has completed the objectives like to uphold basic and human rights of all citizens in Bangladesh, to promote democratic decentralization, promoting health & disaster management.

  • NPF Members Interview: Md Ashraful Islam Monir, the Executive Director of Alok Dip Foundation
  • Cyclone Amphan Report
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Hasan Foundation

Hasan Foundation is one of the known organizations in Bangladesh. This organization mainly works on disaster risk reduction, building capacity, empowering the women through training and workshop. They also work with improving health capacity to the low income people, Improve health capacity to low income people. Improve health support to the slum areas and disaster prone areas. 

  • Cyclone Amphan Report
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ANANDO

ANANDO is a national NGO established in 1996 which implements development and humanitarian projects in Bangladesh. It was founded ensure the development of poor people specially the disadvantage of rural woman and youth through promotion and culture, peace and development.

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  • Cyclone Amphan Report
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Bangla-German Sampreeti

Bangla-German Sampreeti (BGS) – Association for Culture and Development is involved in diverse development initiatives and interventions for more than 22 years. This is a national, non-government, non-profit, inter-religious and voluntary development organization which was initiated by a group of economists, writers, scientists, development practitioners and social philanthropists.

  • Cyclone Amphan Report
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BASTOB

 Bastob is a Non Govt. Organization mainly works in Cox’s Bazar beside that they also focus on different area in Bangladesh like Dhaka, Narayanganj, Gajipur, Norshingdi, Savar, Manikganj and Munshiganj. They focus on migration for better living condition, education program, Health Program, Relief and Rehabilitation program. Technical issues are the key to all development and it is the first priority in taking any new intervention. The success of this intervention gave MJUS courage to go with community development approach and later it successfully implemented a number of community development and disaster management projects whose beneficiaries are now running their own people’s institution by them.  

  • Cyclone Amphan Report
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Habiganj Unnayan Shangstha

Habiganj Unnayan Shangtha is a Habiganj based nonprofit organization, They focus on development for the Habiganj People by micro finance, awareness program educational program etc.

  • Cyclone Amphan Report
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Peoples Association for Social Advancement

Peoples Association for Social Advancement (PASA):  PASA is also Habiganj based NGO work on sanitation for better living condition.

  • NPF Members Interview: Syed Humayun Kabir, the Executive Director of PASA
  • Cyclone Amphan Report

Atkhali Community Unnayan Shangtha

Atkhali Community Unnayan Shangstha work for the local community people in Atkhali, Patuakhali. As Atkhali is a coastal area, Cyclone is main disaster for them. This organization works for awareness and give training to the local community  so that they can prevent the disaster.

  • Cyclone Amphan Report

Community Development and Health Care Center

This NGO works in Potuakhali to help the community people by giving training and workshop on different sector like disaster, better living, health awareness, mother and child care and other social improvements. They also provide the basic healthcare to the local community.

Al-Karim Foundation

This organization focus on Bagerhat work for the rural people improving their livelihood activities, give training to the women about different disaster related program.

  • NPF Members Interview: Rokeya Akter Chowdhury Reba, the Executive Director of TNS
  • Cyclone Amphan Report

Novoshakti

Novoshakti is a youth-based organization, focusing to give different youth groups training for social development.

  • Cyclone Amphan Report
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Disaster Health and Environment Management Foundation

This organization works in Pabna district mainly focus in Disaster management. This organization works during  and after disaster on health and environment. Their main focus on health sector during disaster.

  • Cyclone Amphan Report
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Seven One Ltd

Seven One Ltd Dhaka based privet company works for the undeveloped people. They give training and organize community volunteer team so that during and after disaster that team take action rapidly.

  • Cyclone Amphan Report
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ACME Laboratories Ltd.

The ACME Laboratories Ltd is a leading manufacturing company creating world-class pharmaceutical products in Bangladesh. The success in local market prompted them to explore the international market and over the years we gained a firm presence in South East Asia, Africa and Central America and continuously discovering new horizons to improve the quality of life for patients, to further the success of our customers and to help meet global challenges.

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Eastern Housing Ltd

Eastern Housing Ltd is the pioneer as well as the only Public Limited Company in the country in the country in Real Estate Business under the private sector. Eastern Housing Limited is one of the earliest members of the REHAB Association, the central body for private sector developers in Bangladesh (then East Pakistan). Within a short span of time it turned out to be one of the most trusted companies in the housing sector.

We are always looking for more ways to collaborate within Bangladesh and the world from NPOs and NGOs to local companies to the Bangladesh government. Please contact us through our forum if your organization is interested in becoming a member of the A-PAD NPF!