Project Description: The overwhelming majority of the population of Bangladesh lives in villages. Most of the villagers are poor and struggle immensely to earn their living. Living condition is sub-standard. Educational institutes and infrastructures are in dire conditions if present at all.
Project Description: In this pioneering project, SpaandanB Austin has joined hands with D.Net (Dhaka, Bangladesh) and Ministry of Science and Information & Technology of Bangladesh Government to set up Smart Class Rooms (SCRs) at high schools all over Bangladesh. Smart Class Room embodies a new way of teaching students using audiovisual aids.
Project Description: SpaandanB Austin joins Ankur International and Rays of Hope Bangladesh to provide proper healthcare, education, and training to the orphaned, abandoned, and destitute children, and destitute mothers in Bangladesh to make them contributing members of society.
Project Description: Started in May 2006 with funding from the International Union Against Cancer (UICC) and sanofi-aventis, the 9 -bed ASHIC PCU is the first facility in Bangladesh to offer on-site palliative care to incurably ill cancer children, while also providing moral support to the grieving parents.
Project Description: Millions in Bangladesh are frequently hit by natural and man-made calamities every year. These include natural calamities like flood, monga, cold wave etc as well as man-made calamities like fires, violence, displacements etc. SpaandanB Austin tries to help the victims in scope defined by affected area, fund required, distribution and partner logistics.
Project Description: Gaibandha district (population 2.5 million) is one of the poorest districts in the northern area of Bangladesh. Approximately 125,000 people are suffering from diabetes and about 50% of them are extremely poor. Gaibandha Diabetic Association, a non-profit organization registered with the social welfare department of the Govt. of Bangladesh, started a medical clinic…
Reshma (10 years in 2012, from Banuripara, Barisal), one of many burn victims who was supported by SpaandanB. She was burnt from neck to knee by the flame of an oil-lamp and admitted into DMCH burn-unit. After initial medicinal service, SpaandanB installed a solar light at her house so that she and her two siblings…
Project Description: Every year SpaandanB selects 40 meritorious and primarily female needy students to award Dr. Ghulam Murtuza and Mumtaz Unnisa Begum Scholarship of 20,000 Taka annually per student. A selection committee comprised of 9 reputed academicians of Bangladesh and SpaandanB officials seeks for applications from prospective 1st-year candidates through advertisements in major newspapers.
Project Description: In the cruel reality of some slum areas in Bangladesh where surviving is the only goal for many poor families, where poverty, hunger, disease, and crime are the facts of life, education is the last thing that many parents think about for their kids. Parents would rather make their young kids do some…