DMC K-32 Expatriate Healthcare and Training Center

NABIC has started its second urban charity clinic named “K32 Medical Clinic” next to the Chalantika & Ta block slums in Mirpur, Dhaka. Established on January 01, 2021, the goal  is to provide a fully-funded medical clinic & training center. This free medical clinic is open 2 days/week, serving over 60 patients/day. 

NABIC established this clinic in collaboration with Dhaka Medical College batch 32 expatriates to provide quality primary health care to the poor. This initiative aims to yield quick solutions to preventable diseases which can often be left untreated and as a result, cause a serious issues. Chronic diseases like diabetes and imbalanced blood pressure  can be treated in initial stages and before they become deadly.  

Chalantika & Ta block slums are two of the biggest slums located in the northwest part (under Mirpur Thana) of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The current living situation of the slums includes severe congestion of residents, unorganized planning conditions, inadequate accommodation, limited access to basic utilities as well as safe water and sanitation, lack of a proper waste management system, and poor air quality.  

NABIC Event Heading to The Ramadan

Ramadan is just under two weeks away! Join us as we uplift our spirits and hopes during these difficult times and prepare for the blessed month of Ramadan. We will joined by many renowned speakers including Imam Khalid Latif, Dr. Altaf Husain, and many others. The program will be held virtually on April 11 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM EST.  We look forward to you and your families and friends joining us.

Mohiuddin Nur Healthcare & Training Center

NABIC with the help of sponsor family establish a free general medical clinic for financially disadvantaged adult & children inhabitants Shahjalal Uposhahar of Sylhet slums and if possible and necessary surrounding areas in Sylhet, Bangladesh. Clinic shall initially operate 2 days a week (Friday, Saturday) between 9 AM and 4 PM. This clinic started from early December 2020, on average seeing 60 patients/day. 

NABIC Eastern Conference

Join us as we uplift our spirits and hopes during these difficult times and help uplift the spirits and give hope to the poor and needy in Bangladesh. We will joined by many renowned speakers including Imam Mohamed Magid, Imam Khalid Latif, Dr. Altaf Husain, and many others. The program will be held virtually on December 20 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM EST.  We look forward to you and your families and friends joining us.

OLsA71 Medical Clinic

With the grace of Almighty Allah, NABIC has started its first urban charity clinic, named “OLsA 71 Medical Clinic”. It began from October 01 2020. Its goal is to provide fully-funded treatment, along with required medication, to slum dwellers. 

Our organization has been working to ensure quality primary health care. The initiative is likely to yield quick solution to preventable diseases. Which can often be left untreated and as a result cause serious issues. Chronic diseases like diabetes, imbalanced blood pressure and etc. can be treated in its initial stage and before it becomes deadly. 

Duaripara is an old and one of the biggest slum located in the northwest part (under Mirpur Thana) of Dhaka city; capital of Bangladesh. The present living situation of this slum suffers from the congestion of residents, unorganized planning condition, inadequate accommodation, limited access to basic utilities, safe water and sanitation, lack of proper waste management system, and finally bad air quality

Mohiuddin Nur Rashida Mobile Clinic

NABIC has been supporting community development work in Gabura at Shyamnagar, Satkhira for the past 9 years in response to the cyclone Sidr & Ayla. These ongoing projects consist of child adoption, livelihood training, pond preservation for drinking water. Gabura is consists of 8 villages all surrounded by river, so the communication is very bad, especially these 40 thousand villagers has no place to go for healthcare support. The pregnant mother needs to cross the river & travel 20 miles for emergency treatment. NABIC took the initiative to start a mobile clinic which will able to serve the whole community. For the mobile healthcare service a trawler  is used as a water ambulance to reach to the villagers. 

This “Mohiuddin Nur Rashida Mobile clinic” will be consisting of a stationary clinic & trawler for mobile clinic. Alhamdulillah this clinic is in action now. For last few weekends the mobile clinic has been serving different parts the union. Average 60-70 patients getting treatment among them were a number of critically ill patients, including bone pain in the elderly. Neurological problems, Iron deficiency in women: Anemia, Sexually transmitted diseases, other pain related issues, ACDT, pediatric diarrhea, diarrhea, vitamin deficiency,  

Through this project we will train 20 (10 male and 10 female) educated youth as ‘Shasthyo Shebok’ to assist in providing primary health care service and disseminating information to the people of their community. Also, in every village we will train a group of young people to provide assistance (as community or gram ‘shebok’) to the people and the clinic to maintain record, communication with the clinic, organize the patients and identify those who need urgent help, etc.

Zohurunnesa-Matin clinic

Zohurunnesa-Matin clinic is a charitable medical clinic. The clinic is located at Vill-Courtander, Post-Laskarpur, Upazila-Bahubal, District-Habiganj.

This clinic was inaugurated on 25 February 2020 by Mr. Syed Khalilur Rahman, Chairman of Bahubal Upazila. Mr. Saifuddin Liaquat, Chairman of Mirpur Union, The event was also attended by the main patron Dr. Dewan Majid, a distinguished physician from the USA, and NABIC representative Md. Shafiqul Islam. Besides, hundreds of people in the area were present.

After the inauguration, free medical service was provided to women, children, and disadvantaged people in the area. The center is open on Friday and Saturday very week with a MBBS doctor providing the health care. Through this center women, children and disadvantaged people of the area will get health service. Each day on average 60 patients getting free health care.

Feed a Family: NABIC Ramadan Food Package

While many of us are making preparations, decorating our homes, and planning Suhoor and Iftar meals, many of our Muslim brothers and sisters are preparing to fast the month without food for Suhoor or Iftar. As we know, the state of New York has been affected by COVID-19 significantly. The government is providing aid, but the local New York community has expressed concern about many vulnerable who have not been able to acquire this aid. Many of these people are from our own Muslim community and with the coming of Ramadan; it is especially concerning that these people don’t even have enough food for Suhoor or Iftar. NABIC, with the help of local volunteers, are distributing food packages to the needy.  

For NYC food delivery please Contact 347-299-7640 or 516-250-8708

 With a donation of $60, NABIC will provide one food package containing nonperishable nutritious food for 2 weeks for a family in need in NYC.

In Bangladesh, government locked down the whole country including the densely populated city of Dhaka for a month now. While Bangladesh is trying to stop the spread by suspending all work in the city, many daily workers like rickshaw pullers and construction workers are suffering from financial distress. NABIC would like to stand beside these suffering brothers and sisters and offer some comfort by providing  items. We has distributed 25000 bags non-perishable food in Dhaka. Now we are expanding the distribution outside Dhaka to provide for during Ramadan. InshaAllah with you support we are delivering food in Bagura, Brahmanaria, Gaibandha, Kurigram & Satkhira area.

With a donation of $20, NABIC will provide one food package containing nonperishable nutritious food for a month for a family in need in Bangladesh.

NABIC President Mahbubur Rahman Visited Projects in Bangladesh

NABIC President Mahbubur Rahman recently visited NABIC-sponsored projects in Bangladesh.

At the Safe Home for Girls in Gazipur, he ate lunch with kids and learned that they attend religion classes on Fridays, where they follow a superb textbook written by Dr. Noori that is also used here in the U.S. The Safe Home is getting additional construction done, and it sits next to a clinic that sees some 70 patients each day, alhamdulillah.

Rahman also visited two health facilities. The Madhabpur General Hospital is now headed by a full-time doctor who lives in a nearby village. The staff is hopeful that patient numbers will increase now that he is running the team. In Brahmanbaria, Rahman found a very unique space at the Idris-Chemon Chapur Clinic, where there is a clinic, women’s training program, and a computer literacy program, all under one roof. He was able to hand out certificates and sewing machines to 20 graduates of the training program — the women were happy, and some very emotional.

Finally, Rahman also had the opportunity to visit NABIC’s projects in the Rohingya camp in Ukhia. He inspected the tube wells built by NABIC and its partners, as well as the medical clinic, which he called “simply beautiful.” It remained busy throughout his visit with many patients and busy doctors.

He got to check out NABIC’s five learning centers, which have a total of 750 students and 10 teachers. The students wear NABIC backpacks and uniforms, unlike any of the other school programs in the camp. And they receive snacks at the end of their lessons so they can return home happy. The kids are smart, subhanallah — Rahman quizzed them on math problems, and they got their answers right! The children performed a choral song for him in the Rakhine language — a beautiful sight to behold.