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 Corona Virus Response fund

The Prophet, upon him, be peace, said: “Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity.” (Al-Tirmidhi)

It is a time of distress for Dhaka, and unfortunately, this pandemic is affecting hundred & thousands of families.

In situations like this, it can be difficult to decide what to do. However, we have found a way to help the people. Please consider helping as much as possible by making a donation now so that we can purchase supplies and food for those affected by the pandemic. 

Food for a family of five is provided for every 10 dollars. By donating today, you are contributing directly to providing these vulnerable people with a bag of food during the Eid festival.

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. 

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

Emergency Relief for Cyclone Amphan!

Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu

As we  are busy with the our prayer during the end of Ramadan, Bangladesh & Eastern India experienced Amphan, the most powerful cyclone to strike  in 20 years, has killed at least 88 people. In Bangladesh, Sundarban & Shatkhira experienced the most  knocking down trees, homes, washing away livestock, and leaving many homeless.

The United Nations office in Bangladesh estimates 10 million people were affected, and some 500,000 people may have lost their homes.

“I have never seen such a cyclone in my life. It seemed like the end of the world. All I could do was to pray … Almighty Allah saved us,” Azgar Ali, 49, a resident of Satkhira district on the Bangladesh coast told Reuters news agency.

Three weeks ago, NABIC distributed food packages to the poorest areas in Gabura (Next to Sundarban), Shatkhira. NABIC has been supporting the pond preservation project for the past ten years and supporting 250 orphans & many needy families. Due to cyclone Amphan, everything in the area was washed away and the devastated people need immediate help.

We urge you to consider supporting our brothers and sisters in Gabura, who just recovered from cyclone Sidr and got afflicted again by cyclone Amphan.  The month of mercy, forgiveness, prayer, and charity is leaving us soon. In these last days of Ramadan, please support us in this noble cause with your Zakat & Sadaqa.

Zelle Donation to- info@nabic.org

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.