Higher Education Sponsorship for Poor Meritorious Students, Dhaka   IMPACT Foundation - Cure and Prevention of Cataracts & Blindness, Dhaka
RAFCO - Promoting Student’s Health at Baharchara, Chittagong   11 Saber Ahmed Master Foundation (RAFCO2) Eye Project, Baharachara, Chittagong
Tauri Foundation Education & Rehabilitation, Paba Upazila, Rajshahi   12 Rehabilitation of Hearing Impaired Children - Hicare School, Banirapara
Gramay Cholo Gram Goro - Education of Poor Children of Mingram, Jessore   13 Center for the Rehabilitation of the Paralyzed (CRP), Rajshahi
Center for Rehabilitation of the Paralyzed (CRP), Savar, Dhaka   14         Speak Up For The Poor, Monohourpur, Jessore
Shishu Polli Plus Health Services for Children, Sreeper Village, Gazipur   15 Hope - Rural Medical Centers, Cox's Bazar, Chittagong
Rotary Center Primary School
Korail Basti, Banani, Dhaka
  16 MIFWOH Rehabilitation Center, Dhaka
Medical Camps - Nishwa Shahayak Shangstha - Healthcare for the Poor, Faridpur      
Al Ehsan Help Center of Education for Disadvantaged Children & Women, Dhaka      


Higher Education Sponsorship for Poor Meritorious Students

The Rotary Club provides funding for many projects that help the underprivileged in Bangladesh, including Primary School, Medical Camps, Rehabilitation for the Paralyzed and an orphanage.

With support from BACHAO, this project will be able to continue to:

    • Provide funding for students who have scored GPA-5 in SSC exam for HSC
    • Provide funding for students who have scored GPA-5 in HSC exam for higher studies
    • Increase the number of students helped, currently 26 of 162

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RAFCO - Promoting Student’s Health at Baharchara, Chittagong

RAFCO has conducted several medical camps for girls, an eye camp for 2,000 patients, distribute education kits and hold Student Awareness meetings

With support from BACHAO, this project will be able to continue to:

    • Provide basic health and sanitation supplies among their poor students
    • Those supplies include Toilet rings for the students and their families, nail cutters
      and hand washing soap

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Tauri Foundation, Paba Upazila, Rajshahi

Tauri Foundation strives to provide assistance, education and rehabilitation to underprivileged children with special needs, as well as impart overall life skills to mentally and physically challenged children and provide support groups for their families.

With support from BACHAO, this project will be able to continue to:

    • Organize disability screening camps for rural and impoverished children
    • Provide therapeutic services to underprivileged children who would otherwise go untreated
    • Train parents of the underprivileged disabled children to give necessary therapy at home
    • Provide education and vocational training to those able and disabled rural
      children living under poverty
    • Grow the current “Inclusive School for Underprivileged Children” by renting
      more school rooms and appointing more teachers

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Gramay Cholo, Gram Goro, Mingram, Jessore

This is an on-going project of AMB, which used BACHAO funds to expand their charity work. Their mission is to improve socio-economic condition of the poor villagers by providing mass education, basic health care, and training for unskilled farmers in rural area of Mingram, which is home to approximately 10,000 people.

BACHAO funds have been used to:

    • Run 4 Nursery schools serving approximately 60 to 80 poor children
    • Construct a room for Class 1 of a Primary School
    • Supply clothes & financial help to 15 poor meritorious students of the local
      Girls High School.
    • Provide books to the Library and text books to some poor students
    • Provide limited healthcare to poor elderly villagers
    • Introduce improved methods of cultivation such as supplying better seeds and
      fertilizers and use of economical tractors, etc.

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Centre for Rehabilitation of the Paralyzed (CRP), Savar, Dhaka

CRP, founded in 1979, provides medical treatment and physical/economic rehabilitation for paralyzed people. They seek to promote an environment where all disabled people can have access to health, rehabilitation, education, employment, the built environment and information. 84% of CRP’s patients come from the poorest part of the community who cannot, or struggle to, bear the cost of treatment & rehabilitation. Without assistance, most of them would be permanently disabled with no future and become a permanent burden on their families.

BACHAO funds have already assisted the CRP to:

    • Provide various vocational skill development training and support those who are poor
    • Provide 16 sewing machines for the rehabilitation of the poor vocational trainees
      (provide necessary tools/equipment so that they can earn income on their own)
    • Provide 16 wheelchairs (built at CRP) for the very poor

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Shishu Polli Plus’s Health Service for Children, Sreepur Village, Dhaka

Sreepur Village is a purpose built “children’s village” 60 km from Dhaka City run by Shishu Polli Plus. SPP provides assistance to destitute mothers and children. Their hope is to create a society where underprivileged women and children are provided with tools for a better life. Since its inception, SPP has rehabilitated 2138 children and 539 mothers. At present, 500 children and 150 destitute mothers live in the village.

Clinic and healthcare is a part of holistic approach of SPP’s work which ensures preventive and curative medical care. SPP has a clinic on its own premises. Funding provided by BACHAO is used to:

    • Cover partial cost of the Health Care Clinic for children & destitute mothers
    • Provide support to receive better treatment at external hospitals & clinics
    • Provide health education

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Rota Center Primary School, Korail Basti, Banani, Dhaka

Run by BACHAO’s local partner, the Rotary Club of Gulshan, this program is focused on providing primary education to the underprivileged children and literacy program for the working women of Korail Basti. Over 50,000 people live in “Korail Basti” under sub-human conditions. Children and women are the worst sufferers. This is an-going program of Rotary Club of Gulshan which began receiving funded from BACHAO in 2009.

With assistance from BACHAO, the program is:

    • Expanding to include primary school up to Class 5 (Originally there were 70
      underprivileged children enrolled in up to Class 3)
    • Increasing enrollment in the women’s literacy program. The literacy program
      will include 50 working women of the Basti area.
    • Provide financial assistance for the outgoing students of primary school for
      higher studies in nearby formal schools.

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Medical Camp, Prithimpassa Union of Moulvi Bazar District and Tuker Bazar Union of Sylhet District

Nishwa Shahayak Shangstha (NSS) was founded in 2007 and is a community development non-profitable, non-political, non-secretarian organization aiming at bringing about the overall development of the helpless, disadvantage and the ultra poor of both genders in different communities.

The goal of NSS is to complete a multi-phase project that aims to:

    • Provide free medicine and exams by registered doctors to approximately
      800-100 patients in Tuker Bazar Union of Sylhet District.
    • Provide medical assistance to approximately 500 inhabitants of the selected
      slums (10-12 nos) in collaboration with SSKS, a local NGO.

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The Help Center of Education for The Distressed Children and Women

Situated in Mouza Genda under Savar Pourashava, The Help Center started in September 2000 in a rented room and later shifted in it’s own newly constructed building in 2001. Initially the school started with infant class followed by addition of classes I & II. The fast growing Moholla Genda has a Government Primary School with limited seats to cope with the growing needs of the locality.

With support from BACHAO, this project will be able to continue to:

    • Educating socially disadvantaged children to
      take part in main stream society with equal opportunity.
    • Alleviating poverty through participation of poor
      housewives in income generating activities.

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Impact Foundation Bangladesh (IFB) - Cure and Prevention of Cataract

The mission of IFB is essentially a holistic approach aimed at improving the living conditions of disadvantaged people and communities by preventing disability. The aim of IFB is to prevent and reduce the causes of disability and thereby help reduce poverty through sustainable efforts at the community and national levels.

Experts on disability frequently emphasize the need and importance of preventive interventions not only because of its effectiveness in reducing the occurrence of disability but also the reduced cost of such actions. The cost of preventive efforts is substantially lower. The ‘prevention approach’ has also longer term positive impact. Therefore, IFB is committed to further sharpen its focus on prevention of disability.

The objective of the proposed project is to creating access to surgical and non-surgical eye care services for the underserved population, residing on the banks of different rivers of Bangladesh and enabling themselves for avoiding permanent blindness.

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Saber Ahmed Master Foundation (RAFCO-2) Eye Project, Baharachara, Chittagong

The SAM Foundation was founded in March of 2008. In the past, they have completed multiple eye and medical camps. Their goal is to eradicate avoidable blindness and make treatment readily available to poor villagers, as well as provide skills in a working profession to the younger generation.

BACHAO Funds were used here in a very careful and effective way to expand the charity work. RAFCO sees charity work as very noble activities to drive forward society, country as well as the world community for the uplifting of its value, quality and standard. They believe it may work to bring harmony in the civil society of the whole world.

With funding from BACHAO, Saber Ahmed Master Foundation Eye Project has provided:

    • General Eye Treatment to about 450 eye patients (Students & Villagers).
    • Cataract (SICS) operation with lens placement completed for 86 poor rural patients.

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Rehabilitation of Hearing Impaired Children - Hicare School, Banirapara

It is reported that approximately 1.2 million children in Bangladesh suffer from some form of hearing loss. The main goal of Hicare is to rehabilitate hearing impaired children. Hicare assesses the level of hearing loss, provides hearing aids, and integrates the children into a special school with specially trained teachers. Hicare also conducts special camps once a year to raise awareness of how the effects of hearing loss are able to be overcome.

Funds provided by BACHAO will be used to:

    • Purchase the necessary equipment such as: hearing aids, molds, and batteries
    • Run the school where the children will learn to speak

    • Organize and publicize the awareness camps

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Treatment and Rehabilitation Support for the Poor and Marginalized Patients of Afsar Hussain

CRP is a registered Trust for the Rehabilitation of the Paralyzed and was founded in December of 1979. They have partnered with BACHAO in the past for projects involving wheelchair and sewing machine distribution.

Their project mission is to ensure the inclusion of girls and boys, women and men with disabilities into mainstream society. To promote an environment where all girls and boys, women and men with disabilities have access to health, rehabilitation, education, employment, the physical environment and information.

Other goals are to

    • To provide low cost treatment facilities for the poor and marginalized persons with
       disabilities of Rajshahi

    • Capacity building and increase the quality of therapeutic services of Afsar Hussain
      CRP, Rajshahi

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Speak Up for the Poor

Speak Up for the Poor was Incorporated in the State of California in 2004, and officially began operations in 2008. Speak Up for the Poor exists to transform the world on behalf of the poor.
Their mission is to create a new reality for girls in poverty. They pursue this mission by building an international network of Justice Centers which focus particularly on girls in poverty.

Some of the key objectives are:

    • A decreased rate of child marriage, sexual harassment and other violent sexual exploitation
      of poor girls in western Bangladesh.

    • An increased rate of these girls finishing a high-school education, and an increased rate of
      enrollment of these girls in higher education programs.

    • An increased rate of employment for girls from poor Bangladeshi villages.

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Hope Foundation for Women and Children of Bangladesh - Rural Medical Centers

The mission of HOPE Foundation for Women and Children of Bangladesh is to provide healthcare to the underserved women and children living in rural areas. HOPE’s main work is in maternal health and strives to ensure every woman in our catchment area has access to a safe pregnancy and birth. HOPE has been working in Cox’s Bazar since 1999.

HOPE runs a charitable hospital that provides comprehensive primary care, emergency care, hospitalization, emergency obstetric care, specialized care, immunizations and maternal and child health. 

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MIFWOH Rehabilitation Center, Dhaka

MIFWOH is a non-profit venture established in 2012 that provides support with the vision to make Bangladesh free from Fistula and other childbirth injuries with improved quality of women’s health and life.

It is very common in Dhaka city that poor women are being neglected or rejected by their husband or children, and as a result they turn out to be homeless and unable to feed themselves. MIFWOH provides support to these poor women and currently, the organization is planning to develop a center for these neglected and deprived women. 

MIFWOH’s mission is to increase the accessibility to services and injury prevention, treatment for issues such as cancer, urinary problems, (especially to the poor), are the main missions of MIFOWH. The institution is also aiming at developing skilled human resources in this discipline.

MIFWOH is an institute that has 22 beds, 2 operation theaters and a staff of around 30. The activities of the institute include both in and out-patient services. The ultra-poor women suffering from birth injuries such as OF, female genital prolapse, perineal tear, vaginal stenosis and other birth related complications, receive required care absolutely free of cost. In addition to the free medical services the institute also trains doctors and nurses on basis and specialized gynecological surgical skills. Every year MIFWOH provides surgical services along with medicines and logistics support to more than 300 women.

MIFWOH often comes across with such ladies and provides them support. Now we want to open a rehabilitation center for such ladies to provide vocational training or entrepreneurial skill training so that they can do something in their life. The center also targets to give minimum level of academic education to those who are able to take it and stand on their own feet. Earlier from the center we have some short such initiatives and now we want to turn the initiative into a regular motive. The center also intends to provide micro credit facilities to the ladies and follow the concept of Professor Younus.

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Do you have a charitable opportunity that you would like us to be a part of? If so, we would love to hear it. BACHAO is currently seeking viable projects that are consistent with the mission of BACHAO. If you have a project that you would like us to be involved in, please download and fill out the PDF document below and email or regular mail it back to us at the address below.

   BACHAO Project Submission Form
   BACHAO Project Progress Reporting
   BACHAO 2020-2021 Project Proposal
   Invitation Letter

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