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Eco-Social Development Organization (ESDO) সম্পর্কে

1. Background

Eco-Social Development Organization (ESDO) started its journey in 1988 with a noble vision to stand in solidarity with the poor and marginalized. Being a peoples' centered organization, ESDO envisioned for a society which will be free from inequality and injustice, a society where no child will cry from hunger and no life will be ruined by poverty. Over two decades of relentless efforts to make this happen, ESDO has embraced new grounds and opened up new horizons to help the disadvantaged and vulnerable people to bring meaningful and lasting changes in their lives. During this long span, ESDO has adapted with the changing situation and provided the most time-bound services especially for the poor and disadvantaged.  A community focused and people centered approach has been adapted by ESDO while consideration was given to the national policy and millennium development Goal (MDG) as its guiding principle.

ESDO is one of the most dynamic organizations expanding its development interventions across 107 upazilas under 23 districts of Bangladesh covering over 6.5 million poor and vulnerable people.

2. Executive Summery

 Eco-Social Development Organization (ESDO) 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 1988. 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 labour reduction, counter trafficking intervention, human rights, adult education, child education, skill development activities for ensuring equitable society free from poverty in ESDOs working area.

ESDO managed mentioned programs in 692 slums, 857 unions, 107 upazilas and 23 districts of Bangladesh, directly reaching more than 6.5 million poor and vulnerable people. Different need-based programs are aimed to enhancing the capabilities of deprived people in terms of social development, disaster facina, food security, agriculture, gender, nutrition, micro finance, health, environment, rights and governance, education and human development, and with empowering them to solve the problems that affect their lives and to cooperate with each other to resisting oppression and exploitation. The undertaking of such self-initiated and autonomous actions is an important achievement in a context where the deprived people are dependent for their livelihood and social security. 

For last two decade, ESDO has been serving with untiring efforts to bring forth and optimum development situation in Bangladesh. During this long span of time ESDO has been intent to adapt with the changing situation and provide the most time-fitting services especially for the poor and disadvantaged. The comprehensive software & hardware support package has been dedicated to ensure, skill development activities ,social development, food security, disaster management, agricultural development, livestock, fisheries, water resources management, micro credit ,hazardous child labour reduction, counter trafficking intervention, human rights, adult education, child education, health and nutrition, hygienic sanitation and personal hygiene for the grassroots people while focusing on community motivation and empowerment of people. A community focused and people centered approach has been adapted by ESDO while considering the national policy and millennium development Goal (MDG) as its guiding principle.

For the sake of bringing sustainable food security, skill development, livelihood development, ESDO provides demand-driven and bottom-up services, instead of supply-driven and top-down services, ensuring community participation in every step from planning, through decision-making to implementation and monitoring and follow-up as well as cost sharing by community people. Maintaining this process ESDO has succeeded in creating a sense of ownership of the programmes among the community. This approach has contributed greatly to the sustainability of the program success.

ESDO has made advocacy programmes having major components like gender awareness and women rights, social mobilization, legal aid services, hazardous child labour reduction movement, disaster management, social assistance to Adibashis and extreme minorities, counter trafficking  etc. along with various promotional activities.

ESDO Training & Resources Centre (ETRC) provided various types of training courses considering the category and capability of the recipients. During the period, 203572 Beneficiaries received different types of training. ETRC is well equipped with all sorts of facilities such as OHP, Multimedia, Projector, Sound System and many modules. A group of well experienced and dedicated trainer providing continuous services to the beneficiaries through ETRC’s own training plan. Due to changing context of the development sectors as well as the emergent need to build the capacity of the development workers in facing the new challenges in the development field, ESDO provided different types of trainings to its staff at country and abroad level. As the outcome of the staff development initiative, the staff that received training and participated in the development process became competent and skilled in their concern working area. They became capable in relation to effective programme planning, implementation, programme and organizational management and contributed effectively in solving problems relating to their professional responsibilities. 

ESDO initiate formation of groups through a systematic empowerment of the people of a certain area to achieve the set goal. Under micro finance programme, up to June 2014 a total of 8665 groups has been formed comprising 109658 Members. A total of Tk. 7830615000.00 was disbursed during this period.

ESDO has long realized that fact that only credit services cannot bring a sustainable change towards improved lifestyle among the beneficiaries. Therefore, it started different integrated development package.

ESDO started its agricultural development programme with and aim towards contributing to self-sufficiency of the country in agriculture sector through production of more crops using appropriate methods, technologies and apparatus. During this period, 44133 farmers constituting 1252 groups were enrolled. Among them, 44133 farmers received different types of training and 33844 farmers were benefited from the supply of inputs and technical assistance. A total amount of 777107000.00 Tk. Was disbursed as loan among 33844 farmers considering their categories.

To make the village women financially sound, ESDO started poultry & livestock programme from the very beginning. In this regard, Tk. 1442920900.00 was disbursed among 11576 beneficiaries. ESDO has also providing technical assistance quality breed and marketing linkage. Moreover, a total of 850000 poultry birds and about 156000 cattle were vaccinated during the period.

ESDO started its education programme back in 1988 by providing formal and non-formal education along with vocational training to improve their knowledge and skills under DNFE, ILO, Manusher Jonno, Oxfam, Directorate of Labour and Plan-Bangladesh. In this connection, ESDO awarded as a Best Non-Government Organization in Non-Formal Education at 1996 by Government of Bangladesh.

ESDO has been working since its inception on raising awareness on different social and legal issues amongst the organized groups with the support of SDF, WFP, IOM, PKSF, CARE, HEKS-Switzerland, WFP and different donors.

Considering the health implications and requirement of good nutritional status, ESDO set forth its health, nutrition and environmental development programme. ESDO provided various types of reproductive, child and general health services by operating a total of 100 satellite and static clinics through Health Pilot Programme (HPO), Community Managed Health Care Initiative (CMHCI), ESDO Community Hospital (ECH) and Hazardous Child Labour Reduction Movement (HCLRM). Through these projects ESDO is contributing towards improving the health and nutrition status of the people within the intervention areas through NMR / MMR reduction, family planning, immunization, TBA training, distribution of Vitamin A capsule, Primary health care services, WATSAN, health education etc. Under these projects, 81,000 community people have so far been benefited. Being aware about the risk factors during delivery and pregnancy, 98% delivery cases were done safely by ESDO’s qualified persons. Besides, more than 62% delivery was done by ESDO’s trained TBAs. On the other hand, a total of 210000 under one year were immunized under ESDO’s health intervention. As regards to family planning services, ESDO provided various types of clinical and non-clinical services to its beneficiaries. ESDO provided various types of safe water, sanitation and hygiene education services under the projects Advancing Sustainable Environmental Health (ASEH), Arsenic Mitigation Programme, Sanitation, Hygiene and Water Supply Project. Through these projects, ESDO is contributing towards improving the safe water, sanitation and hygiene education of the people within the intervention areas. Under these projects, a total of 3705275 community people have so far been benefited. About the safe water and sanitation, 163090 no. of tube-well screen for arsenic mitigation 17682 no. of tube-well installation 60320 no. of sanitary latrine installation and more than 90% people aware about hygiene education.

ESDO has been conducting Community Nutrition Initiative (CNI) and SHOUHARDO with the support of World Food Programme (WFP) and CARE/ USAID. The activities according to objective were highly satisfactory and significant change has been occurred. A good number of children were covered by the growth monitoring & promotion activity through regular follow-up, supervision & monitoring. A huge number of underweight newborn infants have been substantially improved from the status of severe malnutrition.

ESDO regularly conduct three types of planning for project activities. These are: (i) Strategic Plan (ii) Business Plan (iii) Yearly Plan.

ESDO facilities monitoring considering it as an essential tools for its programme management to measure the effectiveness of ESDO programmes both on quantitative and qualitative aspects. The effective facilitation of regular monitoring also enables the ESDO management take necessary correctively measures on its programme interventions at the right time. ESDO’s all project activities are monitored monthly and quarterly basis by the respective project supervisors besides this ESDO has a group of experienced monitor team under the guidance of team leader. The monitor team has monitored the project activities quarterly and submits report to the Executive Director as well as in monthly coordination meeting. According to the monitoring findings, the ESDO management undertook action to improve the planned activities.

For ensuring qualitative and quantities programme ESDO’s all project activities periodically and regularly audited by ESDO’s Internal Audit Team. A professional group regularly audited ESDO’s entire project under the direct supervision of Executive Director. As per audit findings, the concern sectoral coordinators ensure to meet-up their lacking or shortfall within require period.

ESDO regularly evaluated ESDO’s programmes and projects through different period. Mid-term evaluation and final evaluation is mandatory for each programme.

ESDO has its own transparent financial system as well as comply with donor’s requirement. ESDO maintain both accruals, cash basis accounting, and follow the double entry accounting system. Keeping accounts both way manually and by software also.

Weekly, monthly and Quarterly reporting systems are established. ESDO is able to produce and provide report to the donor as per their requirements.

ESDO believes that efficient staff is a significant parameter of organizational strength. ESDO consider them as the most valuable resources. 5170 staff has been working with ESDO, among them 1670 are male and 3500 are female. Of the total staff 109 are working in the central office and the rest 5061 are working under the regional and branch offices.   

3. Vision

We seek an equitable society free from all discriminations.

4. Mission

 Reduction in income poverty and human poverty of the people in ESDOs working area through undertaking massive  intregrated development program for the poor and marginalized community through  service delivary and rights based approach.income generation  literacy programme  nutrition and health programme  human rights and good governance programme giving proper importance to environmental protection and regeneration. ESDO firmly believes and is actively involved in promoting human rights, dignity and gender equality through people's social, economic, political and human capacity building. Women in general and children are the core and central focus of its activities. Strengthening the organizational capacity carries importance to ensure quality of its services. Extending its services to the ultra poor is its main manifesto.

 

5. Establishment: 3rd April 1988

6. Legal Status

  • Registered with the Department of Social Service in 1988, Registration No. DSS/440/88
  • Registered with the NGO Affairs Bureau in 1993, Registration No. 694/93 (Renewed-2012)
  • Registered with the Miicro-credit Regulatory Authority, No: MRA-0000204
  • Tax Identification Number TIN)-597328140198/Circle-90(Companies)
  • Vat Number: Area Code: 60302, Registration No: 6131020432
  • Registered with the Department of Family Planning in 2000, Registration No.  A-149/2000
  • Licensed with Directorate of Health Services (for Hospital), License No. 1983 

7. Networking

Child Labour Elimination Action Network (CLEAN),   CAMPE, ECDN, IEF, ADAB, CDF, Educate the Children International, Global Microcredit Summit-USA, Food Security Cluster-Bangladesh, CSA for SUN, BD, Market Development Forum (MDF).

8. Development Partners

World Food Programme (WFP), WFP-IFPRI, UNICEF, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP),  European Union/Directorate of Women Affairs-GOB, European Union/CARE-Bangladesh, Mac Arther Foundation/CARE-Bangladesh, PLAN-International Bangladesh, Save the Children, CARE-Bangladesh/USAID, HEKS-Switzerland, DFID-Maxwell Stamp/PLC, Max Foundation-Netherland, Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation (PKSF), Bangladesh NGO Foundation, Local Government Engineering Department-GOB, Directorate of Health-GOB, Water Aid-Bangladesh, Directorate of Women Affairs-GOB, Directorate of Primary Education-GOB, Embassy of Japan in Bangladesh, Steps Towards Development (STD), Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme(CDMP).

9. Governance

A General Body governs ESDO. General Body elects a 7-member Executive Committee (EC). EC provides policy guidelines. The Member Secretary of the EC guides the team/staff members in order to accomplish the day to day activities, as Executive Director of the organization. As member secretary of the organization, Executive Directior organize monthly meeting and all agendas including problems of the participants which are collected from field level are discussed in the meeting and the executive committee take decision on behalf of organization and send to the field. In this process two way techniques (Bottom to up and Up to Bottom) are maintaining in decision making.   Beside ESDO organizes Annual General Meeting in each financial year, where all member of general body attend the meeting. As the executive committee is accountable to the general body so in this meeting all agenda of the year are discussed. All sectoral head on behalf of the executive director present their yearly progress and provide answer to the general body if required. Yearly budget also review and budget for next year is approved in the AGM. In ESDO’s AGM there are various stakeholders invited like public representative, member of civil society, media man, officer of the social welfare, member of the beneficiaries group, Go NGO personnel, staff etc.                               

10. Present Structure:

                        General Body                          :           18 members    

                        Executive Committee (EC)      :           7 members

11. Participants selection criteria

  •        Poor & disadvantaged people, especially women and children.
  •        Who earn livelihood by selling manual Labour.
  •        Extreme Minority, Ethnic group and Indigenous people. 

12. Recognition:

  •        ESDO awarded by Govt. of Peoples Republic of Bangladesh as a “Best Organization in Non-Formal Education Sector-1997”.
  •        ESDO awarded by Citibank N.A. (USA) as a “Best Microfinance Institution of the year-2006”.

 

13. ESDO’s Working Area

Sl. No.  

Name of district  

No. of Upazila 

Name of Upazila  

01

Thakurgaon

05

Thakurgaon Sadar, Pirganj, Baliadangi, Haripur and Ranishankail

02

Panchagarh

05

Panchagarh Sadar, Tetulia, Debiganj, Atowari and Boda

03

Dinajpur

09

Dinajpur Sadar, Birganj, Kaharole, Bochaganj, Fulbari, Hakimpur, Birampur, Birol, and Parbotipur

04

Rangpur

07

Rangpur Sadar, Mithapukur, Gangachara, Badargonj, Pirgonj , Kaunia and Pirgacha

05

Gaibandha

07

Gaibandha Sadar, Sadullahpur, Fulchari, Sundarganj, Shaghata, Gobindaganj and Palashbari

06

Bogra

01

Bogra Sadar

07

Nilphamari

05

Nilphamari Sadar, Domar, Saidpur, Kishoregonj and Dimla

08

Joypurhat

02

Akkelpur, Khetlal

09

Lalmonirhat

05

Lalmonirhat Sadar, Hatibandha, Patgram, Aditmary, and Kaliganj

10

Kurigram

05

Kurigram Sadar, Ulipur, Fulbari, Nagessory, Rajarhat

11

Rajshahi

09

Bagha, Bagmara, Charghat, Mohanpur, Puthia, Tanore, Paba and Godagari

12

Natore

06

Natore Sadar, Bagatipara, Baraigram, Gurudashpur, Lalpur, and Singra

13

Chapai Nawabganj

05

Chapai Nawabganj Sadar, Shibganj, Gomstapur, Nachole and Bholahat

14

Sirajganj

09

Sirajganj Sadar, Ullapara, Kazipur, Tarash, Belkuchi, Chowhali, Royganj, Shahjadpur  and Kamarkhand

15

Jamalpur

07

Jamalpur Sadar, Dewanganj, Sarishabari, Melandha, Bokshiganj, Islampur and Mathergonj

16

Dhaka

07

Dhaka City Corporation

17

Barishal

02

Bakergonj and Mehendigonj

18

Potuakhali

01

Bowphal

19

Gopalgonj

02

Kotalipara, Tungipara

20

Bhola

03

Sadar, Burhanuddin and Dowlatkhan upazila

21.

Pirozpur

03

Pirojpur sadar, Nazirpur, Nesarabad

22.

Khunla

01

Koyra upazila

23.

Bagherhat

01

Fakirhat

Total 

23 

106 

 

 

14. Management system

Financial Management system

ESDO has its own transparent financial system as well as comply with donors requirements. ESDO maintain both accruals, cash basis accounting, and follow the double entry accounting system.  Keeping accounts both way manually and by software.

Reporting system

Weekly, monthly and quarterly reporting systems in on-going practice. ESDO has regularly published Annual Report. 

Monitoring

The monitoring team monitored the project activities quarterly basis and according to the monitoring findings ESDO management undertake action to improve the planned activities.

Internal Audit

 For ensuring transparent and accountable operation, Independant Internal Audit Team has been working with the mandate of quality program.

Evaluation

ESDO regularly evaluated ESDO’s programs and projects through different time-frame. Mid-term evaluation and Final evaluation is mandatory for each and every program.

15. Existing Staff Status of ESDO

ESDO has started its journey in 1988 in Thakurgaon district and now it has expanded its offices in 23 districts and a total of 5170 staff are working on permanent and project basis. Among them 1870 male and 3300  female are serving in ESDO.  

16. Summary of ESDO’s Area coverage, staff and budget 

  • Regional / Branch Offices: 291
  • Total households covered: 12, 64,136
  • Total population covered: 65,20,680
  • District Covered: 23 districts
  • Upazila Coverage: 107 Upazila
  • Total Staff: 5170
  • Male-1670   Female-3500
  • Male Female Ratio:
  • Annual Budget (2014-2015): BDT. 503244589.76

17. Ongoing Programs

                     i.            Disaster Management and Climate Change  Adaptation Programme

                   ii.            Health, Hygiene, Nutrition and Sanitation Programme

                  iii.            Food Security Programme

                 iv.            Rights and Governance Programme

                  v.            Agricultural Development Programme

                 vi.            Education Programme

               vii.            Microfinance Programme

              viii.            ESDO Special Initiative

 

i. Disaster Management and Climate Change Adaptation Programme

Sl. No.  

Name of Projects  

Working Area (District)  

No. of Participants 

Bugdet

Period (Start & Ending Date)

Donor/Development  Partners  

1.

Enhance Resilience (ER) Activity under Country Programme & ER Plus Programme

Jamalpur Dist : Sarishabari, Dewanganj, Islampur, Melandha, Baksh iganj and Madarganj Upazilas  Gaibandha Dist: Gaibandha Sadar, Saghata, Fulchari, Sundarganj, Polashbari and Gobindaganj Upazilas

23500

 

 

World Food Programme /LGED

2.

Emergency Response for Flood Affected People

 

Kurigram Dist: Sadar Upazila

5000

 

 

Plan International Bangladesh

3.

Programmed Initiative for Monga Eradication (PRIME)

 

District Dist: Lalmonirhat

Upaizla: Sadar,  Union: 11

District: Nilphamari,

Upazila: Dimla, Nilphamari, Domar Union: 21

District: Rangpur

Upazila: Rangpur Sadar

Union: 4

District: Gaibandha

Upazila: Sundargonj, Sadullahpur, Gobindagonj

Union: 12

47503

 

 

PKSF/DFID

4.

Strengthen Road Cum Flood Protection Embankment of 3506m at patikapara union and 4460 m at Sindurna union.

Lalmonirhat Dist: Hatibandha upazila

Open

 

 

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme (CDMP)

5.

Plinth raising of Cluster housing on Govt. khas to rehabilitate 105 landless ultra poor families at Purbo Satnai of Dimla upazila

Nilphamari Dist : Dimla upazila

Open

 

 

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme (CDMP)

6.

Construction of Earthen Embankment  at Koilait

Union of Nawabgonj Upazilla of Dhaka Distirct

Dhaka Dist Nawabgonj Upazilla

Open

 

 

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme (CDMP)

7.

Pinth Raising(60 Families) at Purbo Pathrail Village of Noyapara Union at Dhohar Upazilla in Dhaka District

Dhaka Distric Dhohar Upazilla

Open

 

 

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme (CDMP)

8.

Homestead Raising of 292 HHs for making Flood free Habitate ilc 292 nos. Toilets and 49 nos. Tube

well platform  and Total Length 2000 m of Ghuridaha &Saghata Union

Gaibandha Dist.

Saghata Upazila

Open

 

 

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme (CDMP)

 

9.

Conduction & developing Disaster Management Plan for Union, Upazila, Municipality, City Corporation and District Disaster Management Committee.

Jamalpur Dist:

Jamalpur Upazila

Open

 

 

Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme (CDMP)

 

10.

Where the RainFalls-Community Based Adaptation (WtRF-CBA) Project

Kurigram Dist:

Sadar upazila

 

Open

 

 

Mac Arther Foundation/CARE-Bangladesh

11.

Enhancing Resilience and Livelihood Protection of Extreme Marginalized Community from flood hazards through integrated Community based Approach

Nilphamari Dist:

Kishorgonj upazila

 

 

Open

 

 

PKSF/ World Bank

Total 

 

 

76003

 

 

 

 

ii. Health, Hygiene and Nutrition Programme


Sl. No.  

Name of Projects  

Working Area (District)  

No. of Participants 

Bugdet

Period (Start & Ending Date)

Donor/Development Partners  

1.

ESDO Mother and Child Hospital

Thakurgaon

50 baded hospital

 

 

Embassy of Japan, ESDO Microfinance Program and many other local donors

2.

Establishment of Health Promotion and Village in 5 Division

Jamalpur Dist: 

Islampur Upazila

Open

 

 

Directorate of Health-GOB

3.

Development of Community Support Groups for Maternal and Neonatal Care and Services through Community Development Interventions (ComSS)

Thakurgaon Dist:

Thakurgaon Sadar, Baliadangi, Ranisankail, Pirgonj and Haripur Upazila

Panchagarh Dist:

Sadar, Boda, Tetulia, Debigonj, Atowary upazila

54480

 

 

UNICEF /UNFPA/WHO/EU-DFID/GOB

4.

MaMoni Health Systems Strengthening Activity Project

Pirozpur Dist:

Priozpur sadar, Nazipur, Nesarabad upazila

Bhola District:

Bhola Sadar, Burhanuddin, Daulatkhan upazila

Open

 

 

Save the Children

5.

Women And Their Children’s Health (WATCH)

Lalmonirhat Dist:

Hatibandha Upazila

46000

 

 

Plan International Bangladesh

6.

Human Resource Development  for  Health (HRH)

Lalmonirhat Dist:

kaliganj and patgram Upazila

Open

 

 

Plan International Bangladesh

7.

Community Managed  Health Care (CMHC)

Lalmonirhat Dist:

Sadar and Aditmari Upazila

Open

 

 

Plan International Bangladesh

8.

WASH Challenge Project

 

Panchagarh Dist:

Debigonj upazila

Thakurgaon Dist:

Baliadangi upazila

Open

 

 

WaterAid

 

9.

Strengthening LGI to Eradicate Wash Poverty (SLEWP)

Panchagarh Dist:

Boda upazila

 

Open

 

 

WaterAid

 

10.

Hygiene, Sanitation  and Water Supply (HYSAWA)  project

District: Gaibandha

Upaizla: Gobindagonj, Sundargonj

District: Rangpur

Upazila: Bodorgonj

417351

 

 

HYSAWA Fund

Total 

 

 

517831 

 

 

 

 

iii. Food Security Programme

Sl. No. 

Name of Projects 

Working Area (District and Upazillas ) 

No. of Participants 

Bugdet

Period (Start & Ending Date)

Donor/Development Partners 

1.

Initiative for Leading Food and Livelihood Security (ILFLS)

 Nawabgonj : Nawabgonj Sadar, Gomostapur, Nachol, Shibgonj, Volahat upazila

20480

 

 

European Union (EU)

2.

SWITCH-Asia/Promoting Sustainable Consumption and Production of Jute Diversified Products Project

Kurigram:

Sadar and Ulipur upazila

Open

 

 

European Union-CARE Bangladesh

3.

 School Feeding  Programme under Country Programme

Dhaka: Mirpur, Mohammadpur, Dhanmondi, Tejgaon, Gulshan, Matijheel, Demra

87828

 

 

World Food Programme (WFP)

4.

School Feeding Programme in Poverty Prone Areas

Gopalgonj: Tungipara, Kotalipara upazila,

Rangpur: Kaunia, Badorgonj, Gongachara upazila,

Barishal: Bakergonj, Mehendigonj upazila

285145

 

 

Department  of Primary Education (GOB)/ World Food Programme (WFP)

5.

Social and Economic Transformation of the Ultra Poor (SETU)

Lalmonirhat: Aditmari and Kaliganj Upazila

2400

 

 

CARE-Bangladesh/ DFID

6.

Strengthening Household Ability to respond to Development Opportunity (SHOUHARDO II)

Sirajgonj: Kazipur uapzila

25761

 

 

CARE-Bangladesh/ USAID

7.

Chars Livelihoods Programme (CLP)-II

Jamalpur: Dewangonj upazila

1932

 

 

DFID-Maxwell Stamp/PLC

8.

Food Security 2012 Bangladesh (UJJIBITO)

Rajshahi, Sirajgonj & Natore district

 

 

 

PKSF/European Union

Total 

 

 

426681 

 

 

 

 

iv. Rights and Governance Programme

Sl. No. 

Name of Projects 

Working Area (District) 

No. of Participants 

Bugdet

Period (Start & Ending Date)

Donor/Development Partners 

01.

Activating Village Courts in Bangladesh Project

Rangpur: Rangpur Sadar, Gangachara, Pirgacha, Mithapukur,

Nilphamari: Nilphamari Sadar, Domar, Syedpur, Kishoreganj, Lalmonirhat:Lalmonirhat Sadar, Aditmari, Kaliganj, Hatibandha, Patgram

Open

 

 

European Union (EU)-United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

02.

Promotion of Rights for Ethnic Minority and DALITS Improvement Programme (PREMDIP)

Thakurgaon: Thakurgaon Sadar and Pirganj Upazilas, Dinajpur: Bochaganj Upazila

1600

 

 

HEKS-Switzerland

Total 

 

 

1600

 

 

 

 

v. Agricultural Development Programme

Sl. No. 

Name of Projects 

Working Area (District) 

No. of Participants 

Bugdet

Period (Start & Ending Date)

Donor/Development Partners 

1.

Enhancing Resources and Increasing Capacities of  the Poor Households Towards Elimination of their Poverty (ENRICH)”

Thakurgaon Dist : Thakurgaon Sadar Upazila

28000

 

 

PKSF

2.

ESDO Agriculture Demonstration Farm

Thakurgaon     

Open

 

 

Own

3.

Herbal Medicinal Plant

Thakurgaon

200

 

 

Bangladesh NGO Foundation(BNF)

4.

Aroni Musterd Oil

Thakurgaon & Panchagarh

Open

 

 

Grameen Telecom Trust

Total 

 

 

28200

 

 

 

 

vi. Education Programme

Sl. No.  

Name of Projects  

Working Area (District) 

No. of Participants 

Bugdet

Period (Start & Ending Date)

Donor/Development Partners 

1. 

Sustainable Education through       Community Participation (SECP)

Lalmonirhat Dist: Hatibandha Upazila

11171

 

 

Plan International Bangladesh

2. 

Integrated Community Development  Project (ICDP)

Lalmonirhat Dist: Hatibandha Upazila

Open

 

 

Plan International Bangladesh

Total 

 

 

11171

 

 

 

 

vii. Micro Finance Programme

Sl. No.  

Name of Projects  

Working Area (District)  

No. of Participants 

Bugdet

Period (Start & Ending Date)

Donor/Development  Partners  

1.

Rural Micro Credit (RMC)

Thakurgaon, Panchagarh, Dinajpur, Lalmonirhat, Nilphamari, Rangpur, Gaibandha, Natore, Rajshahi, Sirajgonj.

45824

 

 

 

 

PKSF

2.

Urban Micro Credit (UMC)

Thakurgaon, Panchagarh, Dinajpur, Lalmonirhat, Nilphamari, Rangpur, Gaibandha, Natore, Rajshahi, Sirajgonj

20265

 

 

PKSF

3.

Participatory Livestock Development Project (PLDP)

Thakurgaon, Panchagarh

5084

 

 

PKSF

4.

Micro Enterprise Landing (MEL)

Thakurgaon, Panchagarh,   Dinajpur, Lalmonirhat, Rangpur

11013

 

 

PKSF

5.

Financial Services for the poorest (FSP)

Thakurgaon


 

প্রধান পৃষ্ঠপোষক :
এ বি এম আজাদ
জেলা প্রশাসক, কুড়িগ্রাম ।

পৃষ্ঠপোষক:
মোঃ ইমতিয়াজ হোসেন
অতিরিক্ত জেলা প্রশাসক ( সাবিক ), কুড়িগ্রাম ।

ডোমেইন পরিকল্পনা ও সমন্বয়কারী :
মোঃ আব্দুল ওয়ারেছ আনসারী
সহকারী কমিশনার ( গোপনীয় ), কুড়িগ্রাম

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