Training centre to educate students and youngsters on their religion
The Bible Students Fellowship of Bangladesh (BSFB) was set up in Bangladesh in 1974. The organisation trains students of universities, within bible study groups. BSFB wants to help students grow, within their faith. That will ensure they are able to make a positive contribution during their future work, but also as future Christian leaders. It could result in transformation in the entire community.
Income from own garden in Bangladesh
Stichting Land Ontwikkelings Project Bangladesh (SLOPB) has a foundation in the Netherlands with the same name and was officially founded in 1997. The two main areas in which they work are Patukhali and the Dashmina District. The foundation runs two orphanages, a health clinic, a chicken project and it takes care of water and sanitation in the region. ICCO supports its new project proposal. In which the main focus is food security.
Setting up a hospital in Bangladesh
The organisation Samajic Unnayan Sanghta (SUS) has built a small hospital in Binnafoir, Bangladesh. The hospital improves accessibility to health care for its poorest people in the countryside dramatically. The hospital supplies intramural care. At the same time it services twenty villages in its vicinity by providing them with information, vaccinations and visits from nurses. The hospital needs medical appliances and an ambulance before it is able to open up.
Printing office to support families
Isa-e Jamat is a group of muslim background believers (MBB's). They want to spread their religion and to strengthen local groups of MBB's by providing training. At the same time they stimulate groups to make a positive contribution to their surroundings.
Partners in Bangladesh about to work together for food security
One of the newest ICCO spear points is working in a programmatic manner. For Bangladesh in particular this means that six partners will be working programmatically in terms of water and food security. These partners will jointly carry out a project to improve the effectiveness of their activities.
Theological training centre unites people
St Andrew's theological college is a theological training institute founded by the Church of Bangladesh. Their first courses started as early as 1937. The school is supported by Serampore University and has the same programme. St Andrews students learn to reflect Christianity and use it in their culture and society.
Education for disabled women and children in Bangladesh
The DRAA organisation (Disabled Rehabilitation & Research Association) in Bangladesh focuses on disabled women and children from economically marginalised groups and it was founded in 1993. DRAA wants to integrate them in society. They focus on education and health care.
Violence against women in Bangladesh is being tackled
The organisation PHREB (Promoting Rights and Education in Bangladesh) works in Chittagong and its vicinity. It has a very active approach when it comes to the struggle against violence inflicted on (young) women. They have been working with ICCO's financial support for a few years. The international youth network Communities of Youth supports the organisation by supplying them with people to help them from abroad.
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