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Located in Masterbari, Gazipur; is a signature project of NABIC. In the past, many of our supporters showed interest in expanding this project. This safe home houses about 52 orphans and destitute girls between the ages of 5 and 18. Provide basic education, computer literacy, livelihood skill training Some of the girls staying in the home for the last 8-10 years. Since 2003, NABIC has been providing financial support to the center for education, operation, and facility expansion. NABIC funded a total of $250K to this project. This year NABIC commitment $32K.
Safe Home for the Girls Expansion Plan:
With the increasing demand, NABIC committed to expanding this facility which will accommodate an additional 100 girls. 10,000 sqft new facilities will cost of $500K.
NABIC has been providing funds to Halal Food Pantry program at Masjid Al-Mu’minun in Memphis since 2016. This program supports the community members in need irrespective of race, religion and ethnicity.
Please visit https://www.facebook.com/HalalFoodPantryAtMasjidAlMuminun/ for more information.
NABIC partnered with Karmirhath supporting this hospital since 2002. NABIC supported this hospital by providing specialized equipment. NABIC recently build a new hospital building which cost $350K. This hospital is proving eye care, Diabetic care, maternal care & prenatal care at very low cost to the financially disadvantaged community. This hospital serves more than 250,000 people in Sadullapur Upozilla, Gaibandha area.
So far NABIC provided $400K toward the new building
This project is located in a remote area named Dumuria near Shundarban. The cyclone Sidr left the people of Dumuria devastated. So far, NABIC supported to establish 10 ponds for pure drinking water with a filter system. In addition, this project is supporting approximately 250 children with 1050 taka monthly giving cash and providing school supplies and doctor visits.
In 2016, NABIC initiated a training program for the care giver of these children so in the future, each family can be self-sufficient. NABIC is sponsoring children, training for the women in Dumuria; vocational skill training that will help them to support their family. Over 100 families received the fund for IGA (Goat and cow rearing, sewing etc) program. Many of the recipients of this program are already successfully implementing their skills to earn their livelihood and able to send their children to schools with their own money. NABIC is also supporting free primary school for children, & started mobile clinic for the poor rver bound villagers.
Currently NABIC is supporting 15 Computer Literacy Centers in 15 different educational institutions across Bangladesh. From May 2019 to April 2020, 622 students have completed their CLC graduation from the 15 supported CLCs. Additionally, all of these schools hold their regular (Government curriculum) computer classes in the NABIC established Computer Literacy Lab. Thus many more students are benefitted from the NABIC established computer literacy labs.
Since 2009, NABIC has donated 11 SCRs nationwide. Dnet visited all the SCRs during the reporting year, and found them in praiseworthy use. Schools conduct digitally assisted classes using the SCRs. Every school has been provided with a CD containing lesson plans and the teaching material of nine different textbooks covering four main subjects. These contents are used frequently in classrooms and the teachers find it very useful. They also compile audio‐visual and PowerPoint presentations from internet and create their own contents when needed. The table below shows the number of beneficiaries reached this year using the 11 SCRs. This year, 7,943 students have had the opportunity to receive instructions in the SCRs, where about 39.93 percent were girls
So far $126K was provided to support this program.