Our Partners

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The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is an independent humanitarian organization helping people forced to flee. We protect displaced people and support them as they build a new future. We started our relief efforts after World War Two. Today, we work in both new and protracted crises across 31 countries. We specialize in six areas: food security, education, shelter, legal assistance, camp management, and water, sanitation and hygiene. We stand up for people forced to flee. NRC is a determined advocate for displaced people. We promote and defend displaced people’s rights and dignity in local communities, with national governments and in the international arena. NRC’s Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre in Geneva is a global leader in monitoring, reporting on and advocating for people displaced within their own country. We respond quickly to emergencies. Our expert deployment capacity, NORCAP, boasts around 1,000 experts from all over the world who can be deployed within 72 hours. Our experts help improve international and local ability to prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from crises. Around 6,000 men and women work for the Norwegian Refugee Council. Most of us are hired locally to work in the field, and a small number are based at our head office in Oslo. Many of our colleagues were once themselves fleeing their homes. Today, a record 65.6 million people are fleeing war and persecution. Not since the aftermath of World War Two have more people needed our help. The Norwegian Refugee Council assisted more than 6.8 million people worldwide in 2016, and with your support, we can help even more. Click here NRC details

Project Title: Youth Of Ukhiya Towards Headways (YOUTH)

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In 2006, we set an ambitious target: we launched a ten-year vision to see 50 million people lifted out of material and spiritual poverty through a worldwide network of 100,000 local churches.

A decade on, the statistics are striking. In ten years, we have touched the lives of more than 45 million people – the equivalent of almost the population of Spain. We reached more than 32 million people through our community development work and more than 13 million through our response to disasters.

Contributing hugely to this success is the fact that we have envisioned and mobilised more than 154,000 local churches, inspiring our Christian family to be catalysts for change.

We have spoken up with many poor communities, and acted on their behalf, and seen more than 300 policies influenced and changed as a result. We pray that our joint advocacy will bring a rich harvest in reducing poverty further over the next decade.

Name of project: Emergency Relief for Rohingya Refugee in Cox’s Bazar

Elish Arun Majumder

Mobile: +8801711003504

Email: elish.majumder@tearfund.org

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DanChurchAid’s aim is to strengthen the world’s poorest people in their struggle for a life in dignity. Our work is based on a Christian view of humanity with respect for every individual’s rights and equal worth. DanChurchAid is rooted in the Danish National Evangelical Lutheran Church, but is active wherever we find the need is highest, regardless of religion, gender, political beliefs, race, national or ethnic origins, handicaps or sexual orientation.

We cooperate with numerous local partners, other national and church organisations as well as international networks. We are a part of the ACT Alliance (Action by Churches Together) – an alliance that consists of more than 100 churches and humanitarian organisations across the world. Together, we make up one of the world’s five largest NGOs. ACT Alliance works with development, humanitarian assistance and advocacy in more than 120 countries. DanChurchAid is an independent organisation. Our work is financed via fundraising campaigns, contributions from individuals, companies and funds from the Danish government (Danida), the UN, EU and other bilateral donors.

The organisation has a long-term framework agreement with Danida, a framework partnership agreement with the Humanitarian Aid Office (ECHO) of the European Commission, and has implemented numerous contracts with the EuropeAid Co-operation Office and several UN agencies.

Further details on our cooperation with International donors can be found here.

Name of Project: Support for Rohingya Response in Bangladesh

Prodip Kumar Roy

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Our vision is a just world without poverty. We want a world where people are valued and treated equally, enjoy their rights as full citizens, and can influence decisions affecting their lives.

Our purpose is to help create lasting solutions to the injustice of poverty. We are part of a global movement for change, empowering people to create a future that is secure, just, and free from poverty.

We use a combination of rights-based sustainable development programs, public education, campaigns, advocacy, and humanitarian assistance in disasters and conflicts.

We challenge the structural causes of the injustice of poverty, and work with allies and partners locally and globally.

Everyone has a right to realize their potential, and to live free of poverty in a secure and more equitable world. We believe that with the necessary action and political will, this world is possible.

People have a right to life and security; to a sustainable livelihood; to be heard; to have an identity; and to have access to basic social services. We subscribe to all international covenants on rights, and to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

In poverty, people have little power and are denied an effective voice. Poverty means little income, too few assets, lack of access to basic services and opportunities, deep inequalities, ongoing insecurity and little opportunity for development.

Poverty is rooted in inequality, and in human action or inaction. It can be worsened by natural disasters, human violence, oppression and environmental damage, and maintained by institutions and economic means.

Women and girls are often the most oppressed by poverty; their needs and rights must be central to eliminating it.

Name of Project: Distribution of food rations – Emergency Response Cox’s Bazar

M Muntashir Hossain

Mobile: +8801755587278


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CARE is a global leader within a worldwide movement dedicated to ending poverty. We are known everywhere for our unshakeable commitment to the dignity of people.
CARE works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice.
We seek a world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and all people live with dignity and security.
We put women and girls in the center because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities.
We believe in urgent action, innovation, and the necessity of transformation—within the world and our own organization.

Name of Project:  Support For the Rohingya Response in Bangladesh Project

Md. Mahbubur Rahman

Mobile: +8801750137981


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As one of a mere handful of southern-based international organisations, our roots are humble.

It all began in 1999, amidst a raging war in Kosova where thousands of lives were lost and suffering was widespread. Moved by the plight of countless innocent civilians, especially women and children, Dr. Jemilah Mahmood, a Malaysian obstetrician-gynaecologist, sought to offer her services voluntarily.

Finding no national organisation ready to support such international crises, together with a handful of like-minded friends, the Malaysian Medical Relief Society – better known today as MERCY Malaysia – was established. MERCY Malaysia aimed to provide a platform for Malaysians to unite and take their role in the international humanitarian arena.

Dr. Jemilah Mahmood led the first mission to Kosova in June of 1999. Several missions followed and teams were made up of Malaysians from all walks of life with the single goal of helping others, regardless of race, religion, culture or boundary.

Over the last decade, the organisation has blossomed with teams sent to disaster-stricken zones and programmes rolled out in various countries and in different disasters. As a registered society under the Societies Act, MERCY Malaysia has over 500 members and is supported by approximately 5,000 registered volunteers to date.

Name Of Project:  Emergency Relief for Rohingya Refugee in Cox’s Bazar

  1. Said Alhudzari

Mobile: +60192682790

Email: saidalhudzari@mercy.org.my

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IFADInternational Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), a specialized agency of the United Nations, was established as an international financial institution in 1977 as one of the major outcomes of the 1974 World Food Conference. IFAD is dedicated to eradicating rural poverty in developing countries. Seventy-five per cent of the world’s poorest people – 1.4 billion women, children and men – live in rural areas and depend on agriculture and related activities for their livelihoods. IFAD’s mission is to enable poor rural people to overcome poverty.Working with poor rural people, governments, donors, non-governmental organizations and many other partners, IFAD focuses on country-specific solutions, which can involve increasing poor rural peoples’ access to financial services, markets, technology, land and other natural resources.

How we are related with IFAD:

Consultations on FAO guideline on Small Scale Fisheries: COAST is going to organize Consultations on FAO guideline on Small Scale Fisheries in Bangladesh with the financial support of IFAD. COAST will organize five district level workshops (in Bhola, Cox’s Bazar, Sunamganj, Bogra and Khulna) and a national level seminar on this regard.

The main objective of this consultation is to collect recommendations from CSOs, fisher groups and stakeholders on small scale fisheries and to take forward these to the governments and to FAO

Weblink : www.ifad.org

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actionaidbdActionAid Bangladesh always had a distinctive approach be it from the early days of simplicity to today’s complex nature of issues. ActionAid Bangladesh starting its journey from a very small with a minimalist approach today has become a relatively important player of the vibrant NGO movement that seeks to fight poverty in the country.ActionAid came to Bangladesh in 1983 to support an orphanage in Bhola named ‘For Those Who Have Less’ (locally known as ‘Bittohin’). Today ActionAid is committed to changing the capacities of people and groups whose rights have been denied and violated in attaining justice and a life of dignity.

ActionAid Bangladesh also assists efforts and builds capacities of actors of civil society and partner communities’ whom we believe are engaged in safeguarding and promoting people’s rights.

We constantly strive to accelerate support for anti–poverty initiatives and improve sustainability of development interventions that are inclined towards creating a confident and responsible nation, free from poverty and indignity.

How we are related with Action Aid Bangladesh:

  1. Education and Advocacy
  2. Communication for Development

web link : ActionAid Bangladesh

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asia-foundationCOAST is working with The Asia Foundation since 2006 through implementing voter and civic education and election monitoring programs under EWG network. The Asia Foundation provided  funds and technical supports in voter registration and national ID card preparation campaign 2007 and observation of national election 2008, upazila election 2009, and union parishad election 20010. During 2012-13 COAST implemented programs on observation of voter re registration and auditing draft voter list. With funding and technical support from The Asia Foundation at present COAST is implementing a new phase of project on upcoming national parliamentary election under EWG network and this project will continue till 2014.

How we are related with The Asia Foundation:

  1. Voter & Civic education
  2. Election observation

Web link: www.asiafoundation.org

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ukaidThe Department for International Development (DFID) leads the UK’s work to end extreme poverty. We’re ending the need for aid by creating jobs, unlocking the potential of girls and women and helping to save lives when humanitarian emergencies hit.

How we are related with UKaid:

  1. Justice for Safety

Web link: www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-international-development