School feeding Program

School feeding Program

Project School feeding Program
Started on (Date) May’2015
Phased out (Date) / Continuing June’ 2018
Funded by Directorate of Primary Education of Bangladesh Government & WFP
Implementing Partner DPE and WFP
Working area MadarganjUpazila in Jamalpur District, (government Primary Schools 197, Ebtadayee Madrassas 07 and Primary Schools under ShishuKallayan Trust 01total 205
Objectives -To increase enrollment and attendance of pre and primary School in the food insecure areas.

– To improve learning ability of the primary school children through deduction of     micronutrient deficiencies.

-To enhance GoB Capacity to implement school feeding programme efficiently and effectively

Key interventions
  • # High energetic biscuits distribution,
  • # Deworming tablets ensure uses to students,
  • # Monthly and Quarterly meeting with teachers ,
  • # Home visit for drop out students,
  • # Courtyard meeting,
  • # Vegetable garden in School,
  • # SMC meeting
Result of intervention
  1. # Students attendance  increased
  2. # Dropout is being reduced
  3. # Pass rate of students increased 10% than previous year

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Micro Credit Program

Micro Credit Program

Project Micro Credit Program
Started on (Date) 1994
Phased out (Date) / Continuing On going
Funded by Since 1994 to 2000 CORDAID-Netherlands  then Own fund
Implementing Partner UnnayanSangha has been implementing individually
Working area Jamalpur and Sherpur districts
Goal To provide financial support to organize poor people with specific rules and regulation and the ensures sustainability of UnnayanSangha .
Key interventions
  • # Group Formation& Meeting
  • # Savings Collection
  • # Loan disbursement & collection
  • # Homestead  gardening
Result of intervention
  1. # Formed 541 groups
  2. # Unity among groups increased
  3. # Members knowledge on socio-economic issues improved
  4. # Group initiatives increased
  5. # Income of group members increased
Project outcome
  • # Women’s  have been  involved IGA,
  • # Homestead gardening has been increased,
  • # All children go to School,
  • # Child labor has been decreased

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Chars Livelihoods Program (CLP)

Chars Livelihoods Program (CLP)

Project Chars Livelihoods Program (CLP)
Started on (Date) 2005
Phased out (Date 2016
Funded by DFID&CLP
Implementing Partner UnnayanSangha(US)
Working area IslampurUpozila in Jamalpur District
Goal and Objectives To Improve the Livelihoods of over one million extreme poor households living on Island chars in north western Bangladesh
Key interventions
  • # Primary health care & family planning services
  • # Social development group formation & development ,
  • # ensure timely checking, counseling to pregnant and lactating mother,
  • # IFA tablets distribution for pregnant, lactating mother & adolescent girls,
  • # Assets purchase and assets transfer,
  • # cattle rearing,
  • # Training on homestead gardening,
  • # training on local verity poultry rearing,
  • # distribution of poultry feed,
  • # plinth raising,
  • # Installation of new Tube Well with platform,
Result of intervention Improved awareness of people on their rights like-gender equity, health-hygiene, education, family planning, bad effect of early & multiple marriage, disaster preparedness and management, birth & marriage registration, water and sanitation, social ties and others socio-environmental issues. As a result they have been communicating with different GO-NGO and Private Service providers/facilities to get necessary services, financial capacity, nutritional status, education status of their child and overall health status have been increasing.
Project outcome The chars people especially the beneficiaries have been living safely than before in their homesteads with homestead vegetable gardening, plantation of food trees, using of water sealed latrine, tube-well for safe drinking water and social safety net, which increases their livelihoods security.

 

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South Asia WASH Results (SAWR) Program

South Asia WASH Results (SAWR) Program

Project South Asia WASH Results (SAWR) Program
Started on (Date) March’15
Phased out (Date) June’ 2017
Funded by DFID
Implementing Partner WSUP Bangladesh
Working area 1.Jamalpur, 2.Sherpur, 3. Mymensing, 4.Netrokona, 5. Kisorgonj, 6. Norsiongdi, 7. Gazipur
Objectives To promote hygiene awareness and practices
Key interventions
  • # Coordination meeting with Head Teachers and UEOs,
  • # Distribution of hand washing posters to disseminate reinforce So5 messaging,
  • # Supports mother’s group sessions in the schools’
  • #  Support to Celebrate Annual Sports of School,
  • #  Soap campaign,
  • #  Conduct assessments in schools to identify needs and provide low cost hand washing devices,
  • # Learning sharing workshop of little doctors,
  • # Exchange visit of little doctors,
  • #  Field visit of GoB personnel
Result of intervention
  1. # They have been practicing hand washing with soap in regular basis,
  2. # Strengthen health clubs,
Project outcome
  • Cordial support to school authorities make ensure smooth implementation programme activities
  • Concern GOB Official involvement helps the smooth implementation of the programme activities
  • Skilled Little Doctor Group
  • WASH practices

 

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SHOUHARDO II Program

SHOUHARDO II Program

Project SHOUHARDO II Program
Started on (Date) 1st  faze 2006 -2010,   2nd  faze  2011- 2015
Phased out (Date)  1st  faze  2010,   2nd  faze   2015
Funded by USAID
Implementing Partner CARE Bangladesh
Working area Dewangonj, Islampur&Modergonj
Goal and Objectives Goal :Transform the lives of 370,000 Poor and Extreme Poor (PEP) households in 11 of the poorest and most marginalized districts in Bangladesh by reducing their vulnerability to food insecurity”.

Objectives:

  • SO 1 – Livelihood: “Availability of” and “access to” nutritious foods enhanced and protected for 370,000 PEP households.
  • SO 2 – Health, Hygiene and Nutrition: Improved health, hygiene and nutrition status of 281,000 children under 2 years of age.
  • SO 3 – Empowerment: PEP women and adolescent girls empowered in their families, communities, and Union Parishad.
  • SO 4 – Institutional Strengthening: Local elected bodies and government service providers’ responsiveness and accountability to the PEP increased.
  • SO 5 – Disaster Management and Climate Change: Targeted community members and government institutions are better prepared for, mitigate, and respond to disasters and adapt to climate change.
Key interventions
  • # Field crop production,
  • # Comprehensive Homestead Development (CHD),
  • # Fish Culture,
  • # Income Generating Activities-IGA,
  • # Vaccination Program,
  • # Training on Capacity building of CHV,
  • # Workshop with health & family planning department,
  • # Mothers to mothers support group training,
  • # World Health Day Observation,
  • # Food/Ration distribution,
  • #Youth Campaign,
  • # Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD),
  • # CAP,
  • # Leadership development training for VDC members,
  • # UDCC meeting,
  • #Open budget Meeting,
  • # Training on Capacity building with UDV,
  • # NFI distribution,
  • # National Disaster Preparedness Day observation,
Result of intervention
  1. # Beneficiaries have been skilled about crop production and stories,
  2. #  Women’s have been involved IGA

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Juvenile Justice Program(JJP)

Juvenile Justice Program(JJP)

Project Juvenile Justice Program(JJP)
Started on (Date) 2002
Phased out (Date) 2013
Funded by MnuserJonno Foundation (MJF)
Implementing Partner FIVBB
Working area All upozila in Jmalpur&Sherpurand Mymensing, Netrokona,.Kisorgonj, Tangail district
Goal and Objectives To strengthen children act and child protection through police department, local elite,  NGO and with related administration .
Key interventions
  • #  Mothers & Child group formation & meeting,
  • # Task force meeting,
  • #  Meeting with DSS,
  • # Training for risky children,
  • # Life skill training,
  • # Jail visit
Result of intervention
  1. # Children’s Have been skilled ,
  2. # Relationship have been  increased children’s group leader & local administration and DSS,
  3. # Children’s involved with work after training.
Project outcome
  • #  no children in Jail,
  • #  Police department is positive roll play after arresting children
  • # Children’s have been awarded about their rights

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