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

Dost Aid Bangladesh society has intervened in the education sector to restrain further deterioration of the current situation. 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.

We should pay more attention for strengthening of education, particularly at the primary stage so as to provide a smooth foundation for the young segment of our population. Dost Aid Bangladesh society runs formal primary school and madrasah. Basic education like literacy, numeracy, social science, moral education, health and hygiene awareness are imparted to the students. Besides regular academic education curricula and co-curricular activities both the school and madrasah emphasize on moral values development to help build a just society. . Dost Aid Bangladesh society wants to spread its formal education program widely at the root level of Bangladesh. . Dost Aid Bangladesh society requires more international fund to increase its activity.
You may donate to the education deprived peoples to make an educated society.
There are good number of NGOs run non-formal schools, catering mainly to the drop-outs of the government and non-government primary schools. Very few NGOs impart education for the full five-year primary education cycle. Because of this, on completion of their two-three year non-formal primary education in NGO-run schools, students normally re-enter into government/non-government primary schools at higher classes.
Bangladesh has gone through both social and cultural changes during the past few decades. Things were very different for the youth in the 1990s compared to now. Free access to information via the internet has changed the way we think and has helped to shape our ideas. How we utilize information has also changed drastically. The world is much more global now. But even though our access to entertainment has increased dramatically, we cannot say the same for education. Society has become very rigid when it comes to the education system.
Bangladesh has gone through both social and cultural changes during the past few decades. Things were very different for the youth in the 1990s compared to now. Free access to information via the internet has changed the way we think and has helped to shape our ideas. How we utilize information has also changed drastically. The world is much more global now. But even though our access to entertainment has increased dramatically, we cannot say the same for education. Society has become very rigid when it comes to the education system.
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