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The vision of the organization is “A society, based on equality, fairness and good governance, which can ensure sustainable development and people’s empowerment”.

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Unnayan Sangha has been working for sustainable development of the disadvantaged communities particularly poor, ultra-poor and differently able communities, men & women and children living in plain land of greater Mymensingh and Sirajgonj Districts as well as in River basin area and hilly areas.

MYCNSI

Maternal Young Child Nutrition Security Initiative (MYCNSI)  To reduce stunting and anaemia in a comprehensive manner there is a need to respond to all the underlying determinants i.e. food, health and care practices. Unnayan Sangha’s strengths are working on the health and care components with food security and related livelihood components. All three determinants are necessary conditions to reduce stunting ...
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CLP

Chars Livelihoods Program (CLP) The program has initiated by the organization in assistance of CLP-DFID in 2005. The organization was working with this program for more than 7500 poor households living in the chars under Dewanganj and Islampur upazilla in Jamalpur district. Now in the second phase the area is covering only Islampur Upazila targeting about 4000 beneficiaries which will ...
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SHOUHARDO II

Strengthening Household Abilities to Responds to Development Opportunity (SHOUHARDO) II Program The program was started on 1st January’06 in assistance of CARE-Bangladesh. The organization was implementing the program within 72 villages under 18 unions of Sherpur sadar, Sreebardi and Nalitabari upazilla in Sherpur district. After phasing out the SHOUHARDO Program from Sherpur district. The organization again awarded with the SHOUHARDO ...
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US in Brief

Unnayan Sangha (US) is a non-government, non-profitable and non-political organization established in 1980 by some of the enthusiastic and benevolent persons of Jamalpur and Sherpur district with a view to help poor people of the area. For running the organization smoothly two different committees are functioning well. The general committee of the organization consisted of 21 members in whom 8 ...
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