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Account Name:

DOST AID BANGLADESH SOCIETY

Account Number:

2061100025818

Bank Name:

Duch-Bangla Bank Ltd.

Branch:

Jamalpur, Bangladesh

Routing Number:

090390854

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DBBLBDDH

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„DOST works for humanity.”

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„DOST helps all the poor and desperate people who are not able to earn their daily necessities regardless of their age, gender, culture or religion.”

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„The organization deploys long-term development projects on education, life-skill training, orphan care, community services, and provision of save water, safe sanitation and healthcare to tackle the root causes of poverty.”

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It promotes formal, non-formal, technical education as well as hands-on practical training for the school going students, dropouts, unskilled youths and the illiterate adult people.

BENNIE PARKER
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ABOUT USDost Aid
Bangladesh
Society

We are one of the leading, non-government, non-profit, non-political, social development organization in Bangladesh working for poverty alleviation for the poor communities irrespective of race, creed, caste, religion, ethnicity and nationality.
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Major Programs

We Are Busy in The Following Campaigns

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OBJECTIVES

Education

Dost Aid Bangladesh society considers education as the most vital tool for empowering the underprivileged, disadvantaged, marginalized and illiterate population of a community. That is why, it puts due emphasis on educating the poor people for their improvement of life status.
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Health and Nutrition

Bangladesh is definitely one of the most densely populated countries in the world. With over population and scares resources, most of the women and children who are ultra poor and marginalized, living in the local community in Bangladesh are facing unsound health and malnutrition. It’s also responsibility of Bangladesh government to ensure health and nutrition facilities for the general people of the country but due to limited resources they are unable to provide the following services. Dost Aid Bangladesh society want to establish health care center in deprived.
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Water and Sanitation

Approximately 60 million people in Bangladesh currently live in urban areas and this number is rising very fast. Climate change events like higher surface water level, flooding, land erosion, and droughts are driving more people to towns and cities every year, putting extra strain on already expanded water and sanitation resources. 19 million people live in the capital city, Dhaka, and 40% of these live in informal and often illegal settlements.
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Women Empowerment and Development

Bangladeshi women face barriers and disadvantages in nearly every aspect of their lives, including access to health services, economic opportunity, political participation, and control of finances. Women empowerment and development program implies the ability in women to take decisions with regard to their lives and work giving equal rights to them in all spheres of life.
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Skill Development for poorest youth

Bangladesh is a country of over 170 million people. The share of population within 15-24 years is close to 20 percent and the median age of its people is a little over 20 years. Thus Bangladesh is uniquely positioned to reap the benefits of this “demographic dividend”. But how many of them have the opportunity to enter the labor market? According to official statistics, overall unemployment rate is 4.2 percent in Bangladesh. However, youth unemployment rate is 10.6 percent. What do these young people do? Are they studying? Are they going through training? No, not all of them. The share of youth from within the total youth population in the country who are neither in education, nor in employment or training is 29.8 percent.
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Emergency Relief and Rehabilitation

Bangladesh is among the countries that are most affected by the consequences of climate change-today and especially in the coming decades. The poorest people, who contribute least to it, suffer the most. The impact of regular floods and cyclones is steadily increasing. In rural areas, Dost Aid Bangladesh society supports the poorest families to adapt to the impacts of climate change by giving free foods, clothes, pure water, and medicine.
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Construction

Housing / Shelter, Schools for Poor Children, Mosque etc
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Poverty Alleviation

Poverty in Bangladesh has declined remarkably since the early-2000s as it shows the accelerated economic growth in few years. The remarkable progress in poverty alleviation has been recognized by international institutions. According to the World Bank, Bangladesh’s poverty rate fell from 82% in 1972, to 18.5% in 2010, to 13.8% in 2016, and below 9% in 2018, as measured by the percentage of people living below the international extreme poverty line. Based on the current rate of poverty reduction, Bangladesh is projected to eliminate extreme poverty by 2021, first nation in South Asia to do so. For this, we still need to work hard and create opportunities for the poorest people to be involved in some sorts of income generation activities.
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Ongoing Projects

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