Annual Activity Report-2017
Annual Activity Report-2017

Association for Muslim Advancement Network(AMAN)

116, Monipuripara (2nd Floor), Tejgaon

Dhaka-1215.

Cell Phone: 88-01711486534,01799-995544

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E-mail: amanbd1995@gmail.com

Web site: www.amanbd.org

AMAN

Destined for Humanitarian Aid

Vision

Mission

Values

We envision a world free from poverty.

The Institutional mission of AMAN is to alleviate poverty by empowering the underprivileged community of the world and provide healthcare, nutrition, education, sanitation to downtrodden.

Justice

Accountability

Compassion

Empowerment

Few Words from the Chairman

In the year 2017, we found many motives to celebrate, even as we moved forward boldly with our work in the country’s poorest communities. AMAN was born out of a desire to help those fighting for survival. AMAN has 27 years long history of responding to the country’s prime needs. We started work and implement for the development activities including humanitarian aid for the disadvantaged people of our working area from its inception in 1990 and got the registration in 1995 from the NGO affairs bureau.

As global community members, we have made a real improvement in the fight against extreme poverty. Within a few decades, Bangladesh also made real progress in poverty alleviation yet 31% people are living beyond poverty level and huge poverty trodden people came out from the poverty and move forward economic development facing enormous challenges and obstacles. From the beginning, our focus was on the poverty eradication , education for all, and the provision of basic amenities for those in need. We wanted to create a world where charity and compassion produce justice, self-reliance and human dignity and  development. AMAN has different programs on women development including women empowerment for establishing women rights in all respect.

The good news and reality is that  AMAN’s Orphans Care/Parentless children’s  Program is now helping 220 orphan children to get nutritious food and clothes, formal and non-formal education  and mainstreaming them in the formal school of the government primary school or high school. Those are not interested to further studies are arranged to trained them on social issues for income and employment generation activities. The particular significant is that the program of Orphan children both in family and orphan centers assisted by our organization. 

The other exciting news is the result of the Ramadan Food Programs, we’ve provided nutritious food to poor Muslims so that they can perform their fasting without stress and hunger. We also support the flood affected people of Rangpur, Dinajpur, Jamalpur, Netrokona and Kishoreganj districts. We provided emergency food, life saving medicines to the flood victims.

This year Bangladesh has faced the biggest humanitarian crisis after 1971. The fate of Rohingha refugees has gripped the world’s attention. When confronted with the images came out of the Myanmar conflict, many people have expressed shock, horror, grief, and anger. Rohingha refugees are compelled to fleeing into Bangladesh, urgently require medical and humanitarian assistance as they are living in unsafe and overcrowded conditions at Coxes Bazaar.

Rohingha Refugees arrived in Bangladesh are facing an uncertain fate and future. Bangladesh does not want to keep them and Myanmar does not want to back them. People living in muddy camps, searching for food as it is the most basic need of human being. Among the refugees, most are women, children and old as Myanmar soldiers killed mostly men and youths in their villages. Up to 1.2 million people, most of them children & women are suffering from malnutrition. These children and young mothers are traumatized, under nourished and in urgent need of humanitarian assistance. We were deeply committed to help to restore the dignity and honor of these traumatized people. As our organization it is one of the leading non-government, non-profit, non-political, social development organization in Bangladesh; we took some effective initiatives to help these people. And hope for further assistance for the deserved people within the country or in abroad.

We are proud and thankful to have you on our side, as supporters, friends and associates.

Dr. Lokiat Ullah

Chairman,

 

AMAN: AN OVERVIEW

AMAN is one of the leading, non-profit, non-political, Socio-Economic Development Organization in Bangladesh. Working for poverty alleviation of the poor communities irrespective of race, creed, caste, religion, ethnicity and nationality. It is a humanitarian organization, was established in 1995 which is registered in NGO Affairs Bureau, under Prime Minister Office, Government of Peoples Republic of Bangladesh.

AMAN is the outcome of the sincerest efforts for its target group people of Sherpur, Kishoreganj, Netrokona, Jamalpur, Rangpur, Bogra, Narshingdi, Gopalganj, Jessore, Narail, Kustia, Manikganj, Gazipur, Noakhali, Laxmipur, Commilla, Dhaka and Cox’s Bazaar districts.

Having born in a fine moment of October in 1995. The organization has been able to put a positive impact in the mind of its target people by its on-going activities. The activities of the organization have transformed the lives of mass people of the respective area significantly.

The organization’s success in this regard, owes its vision of alternative development strategy while in significant ways, stands apart from the mainstream official development paradigm in top-down, overly centralized, male dominated and measured largely in terms of monolithic economic growth. Its alternative development is particularly built upon effective participation of the poor, poor children in development, gender equality, social justice, productive and sustainable natural resource management and the protection and enhancement of environmental quality. The proposed organization's primary concern is to ensure an equitable distribution of the development benefits among the poor and women community who have always worked hard but have always been the side-line onlookers of the mainstream development drama. It endeavors to bring the people, the real actors in development now hedged out on the margin to the center.

The organization is working on several projects to support the deserving people in all over the country. It has been working in Bangladesh with the commitment of “serving humanity”. By responding quickly to emergencies, AMAN provides relief to the victims of natural disasters, war, and famine, providing shelter and rescuing victims. The organization also deploys long-term development projects on education, life-skill training, Orphan care, community services, and provision of save water, safe sanitation and healthcare to tackle the root causes of poverty. The organization is now working with a large number national organizations at all over the country with more than 50 dedicated staffs. It has served around 3 million people since its beginning of this country.

AMAN undertook the following activities to achieve its mission objectives during January to December, 2017

 Institution Building:

The main objective of AMAN is empowering the target people through Socio-Economic Development and to ensure their participation in community decision making process. To achieve the expectation the target beneficiaries were organized and 40 groups were formed during this reporting period, each group comprised of the 30 members. The group members were encouraged to generate their own fund through weekly savings and help them to meet emergency need and to undertake viable economic activities.

This program was intended towards making the target groups members self-reliant. Each member deposited @ Tk.10/- in each week at weekly meeting as savings money. This amount was deposited in their own organizations' bank account. Till December 2017 Tk. 5,52,340/-(Five lacs fifty two thousand three hundred and forty) only has been deposited to the bank as savings money, though some amount were refunded by the group people for their emergency need. Any member can withdraw his/her savings and invested in any income generating project. Savings fund is also invested in the Revolving Loan Fund(RLF). In this reporting year 200 target group peoples are trained on different development activities and those people are allowed to take credit from the own fund deposited by them through a scrutinizing committee recommended for development fund for their income and employment generation activities.

12 staff-members are trained on the project goal oriented matters. The group member often discussed topics during weekly meeting. The following table shows the achievement rate of the period. It is mentioned worthy that the group saving and revolving loan fund is managed by the target group people but AMAN only supervised and use to give direction for transparency and accountability of the fund for the greater interest of the rural poor men and women.   

                                                                                                                                                                     Table-1

Sl. no.

District

Physical Target

Target Achievement

Percentage%

1

kishoreganj, Sherpur and  Narshingdi

1000

600

60

Training:

Training plays a vital role in developing skill and knowledge of the development workers and group members. The concepts of development issues are unknown and difficulties to understand for most of the development workers and group members with a view to increase the skill and knowledge on the development activities, so as to disseminate the various issue-based concepts among the target people and staff-members of the organization. The organization conducted various types of training like community leadership training on Land Reform and development, vegetable gardening, pisciculture, poultry rearing, goat rearing, cow fattening and milking, handicaps and small scale cottage industries development during the reporting period.

Deputy Director of Social Welfare department of Kishoreganj, local Upazila Nirbahi officer, UNDP's Consultant Britania Laura Smith and local elite were present, either opening or closing ceremony and distributed certificates among the participants.

                                                                                 Table-2

kishoreganj, Sherpur and  Narshingdi

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

Percentage%

500

500

1000

350

300

650

65

Staff Development Training:

AMAN recognizes the importance of staff development training ensuring that staff development skill and experience that they need to do their work efficiently and effectively and was a policy of encouraging staff to attend appropriate training courses. 20 staffs were trained at CMMS, ALRD CAMPAIGN and CDP, out of these 4 from BRAC on Non-Formal Primary Education 9 were trained from Coastal Development Partnership, 2 from Center for Men and Masculinities Studies (CMMS) and 5 from Campaign for Popular Education.

                                                                      Table-3

Physical Target

Achievement

Percentage %

 

Male

Female

Total

 

Male

Female

Total

100

12

08

20

12

08

20

Universal Education Program:

Literacy is the first building block in any development efforts. Lack of education is both a cause and consequence of deprivation, unemployment and never distribution of social resources. In spite of tremendous potential human resources Bangladesh has yet make much headway in human resource development. Widespread illiteracy still remains one of the major obstacles to Bangladesh's progress. Naturally AMAN's vision of a just and democratic society cannot move forward keeping behind 30% illiterate people. If such a percentage people remains as they now, illiterate, the organization believe that education and qualitative education only bring well-being to people's lives. It expands the range of their livelihood opportunities, promotes their self-esteemed and their ability to control their own destiny as they move further into the different levels of education.

Apart from the officially declared goal of the state to ensure "Education for all by the year 2020" by the turn of the country. The organization already mobilized of its human resource and other resources to make the national dream comes to true. The Universal Education program of AMAN began from 1995 with the objectives to help people learn and practice reading and writing in a manner which would be meaningful significant and practical by all means. The program is divided into five components in fact the organization is working with two components only, which are as follows:

Non -Formal Primary Education (NFPE) program:

The organization believes in heart and soul that Equation is the back bone of a nation and children are the future generation and leaders of the country. That is why; it conducted 10 NFPE centers with the assistance of BRAC since it since its inception & Muntada-Aid UK, supporting recently. The children are very poor to age group 8 to 10 years basically dropout or never enrolled in primary school, some of them are street children or parentless children both boys and girls ratio is 1:2. In this reporting year 570 children completed their 4 years course and most of the children are enrolled and mainstreaming them in formal education system of the country.

                                                                      Table-4.

District

 

Physical Target

Achievement

Percentage%

Kishoreganj

 

 

 

Girls

 

400

396

95

Boys

 

200

174

Total

600

570

Missing Citizens: Life on the streets at Dhaka City:

This an extra ordinary excellent and challenging project of AMAN with the floating people of Dhaka city. In this project the organization has conducted a survey and with that report a dissemination seminar has been conducted with the NGOs, journalist, expert on urban poverty and City Mayor. Now the organization will publish another concrete report and started its development work with the floating children according to the suggestion was made from the seminar.

                                                                       Table-5.

Target

 

Achievement

Achievement %

Male

Femal

Total

Male

Female

Total

100

190

176

366

190

176

366

More activities for the year of 2017

Medicine Distribution for the flood affected people

This Year Bangladesh saw dangerous forms of flood. More than 20 districts were emerged by the flood and about 100 people lost their lives. Government of Bangladesh started to deployed Army personnel to help & rescue the people victimized by flood. AMAN always work and implement with the Government of Bangladesh and stand beside the people when they are in need. In this said disaster AMAN took initiatives to help the flood affected people and distributed life-saving medicines among 15000 People with the help of local representatives.

                                                       Table-6.

Target

Achievement

Achievement %

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

100

7000

8000

15000

7000

8000

15000

Medical Camp Program (MCP) for the Slum dwellers of Dhaka City.

Medical Camp program of AMAN has been providing vital primary health services and medicine to its target groups particularly those who are deprived of the basic healthcare services. Considering the situation of the underprivileged people concerning ailments and common diseases. The organization started Medical Camp with a view to providing essential and effective primary healthcare services so that the target people would be able to lead a healthy life and keep themselves free from infectious diseases. On the occasion of 16th December Medical Camp of the organization provided primary health care services to the people living in the slums of Agargaon, Sher-e-Bangla Nagar. Poverty within Bangladeshi poor Muslim remains unchanged during the month of Ramadan. It’s quite impossible for a group of people in Bangladesh to enjoy the Happiness of Eid Festival due to the financial constraint. AMAN’s “Ramadan Food” program mainly focuses on providing nutritious food to poor Muslims so that they can perform their worship to Almighty Allah without stress. This year the organization in partnership with Muntada-Aid, UK provided food support for 2000 people. The organization took initiatives to distribute foods among the slum dwellers of Dhaka city during the month of Ramadan.

                                                                              Table-7.  

Target

 

Achievement

Achievement %

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

100

1000

1000

2000

1000

1000

2000

Orphan Care

Orphans are the most vulnerable group in a society as they are parentless. To care orphan children has great importance as per the Islamic spirit and humanitarian ground. Considering this significance, AMAN has introduced a huge program for helping orphan children. Rearing, educating formally and informally, training on social issues etc. are main concerns for orphan children in this program. The organization provided its support to the parentless children both within the family and orphan centers. Sometimes the organization provided support to the families where the orphans took shelter. Number of direct beneficiaries of this program is 220 orphans. The organization is distributing each of them a monthly stipend of TK.2000.

                                                                    Table-8.

Target

 

Achievement

Achievement %

Boys  

Girls

 

Total

 

Boys

Girls

Total

100

138

82

220

138

82

220

Qurbani Program

Eid ul-Adha is an Islamic festival to honor the willingness of Hazrat Ibrahim to follow Allah's command to sacrifice his son. Muslims around the world observe this event. As a huge number of people of Bangladesh are living under the poverty line and it is quite impossible to enjoy Eid-Ul-Azha left behind a major group of people  due to their financial constraint. AMAN has been working for disadvantaged helpless & distress people since 1995. Like every year the organization has taken initiatives to distribute the meat of Qurbani among the distressed people of Sherpur,Kishoreganj,Netrokona, Jamalpur, Rangpur, Bogra, Narshingdi,Gopalganj, Jwssore, Narail, Kustia, Manikganj, Gazipur, Noakhali, Feni, Laxmipur, Comilla, Dhaka, Chittagong and Cox’s Bazaar districts. Total 26485 families have been benefited by AMAN’s distribution of food and meat of Quarbani  to the above mentioned areas.                      

                                                         Table-9.

Target

 

Achievement

Achievement %

Male

Female

Total

Male

Female

Total

100

7000

8000

15000

7000

8000

15000

MEDICAL SUPPORT for the  ROHINGHA REFUGEES

Driven by fears of violence and starvation, millions of Rohingya Muslims fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh is desperately in need of Healthcare. Bangladesh Government has received praise from the world by giving this homeless traumatized refugees a piece of land to stay and all other supports as they needed. The organization always use to work with the Government of Bangladesh and stood beside distressed people. AMAN’s initiative of providing primary medical support, care given to them and hope to fight for survival. Refugees whose health and well-being has been crippled by the trauma, violence, shock and acute stress got humanitarian assistance from our health care center. Our plan of providing psycho-social assistance and mental health counseling, necessary medicine and food in special cases, which will inspired them and courageous them for facing this disaster.

                                                                 Table-10.

Target

 

Achievement

Achievement %

Male

Female

 

Total

 

Male

Female

Total

100

200

200

400

200

200

400

Warm  Cloth for Rohingha Refugees

Violence in Rakhaine State which began on 25 August 2017 has driven an estimated 6,00,000 Rohingha across the border into Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. The people who have arrived in Bangladesh came with very few possessions. They are now dependent on charitable aid for food, and other life-saving amenities. In the refugee camp, there is lack of water and sanitation facilities which is raising the risks of an outbreak of diseases. The Rohingha population in Cox’s Bazar is highly vulnerable, having fled due to threat of life and conflict, experienced severe trauma and now living in extremely difficult conditions. Most of these refugees are women, children, and aged people. Due to rain, excessive heat and cold; all are equally troublesome for them. November, December and January are the months of winter/cold in Bangladesh. These helpless Refugees suffer from colds, flu or more serious health hazards if not provided with clothes, floor mats and other life-saving commodities in the winter. As one of the non-profit, non-political, non-government organization for relief and development activities in Bangladesh. The organization has the experience of working and rescue for helpless disaster trodden peopl. AMAN has provided the warm clothes like: Banket-5500, Sweater for male, female and kids-11000, Floor mate-5,500 and Mosquito net-5,500  the most necessary life-saving amenities which was very urgent requirement of distressed population.

                                                                   Table-11.

Target

 

Achievement

Achievement %

Male

Femal

Total

Male

Female

Total

100

13750

13750

27500

13750

13750

27500

Food, clothing and emergencies are distributing among the Rohingha Refugees:

It may be mentioned here that Rohingah Refugees infiltrted in Bangladesh losing everything they had. They came here on foot or by boat from their origin and reached here about 12 to 20 days. Because of they were use to hide themselves with the jungles or with the hill side fearing from the Myanmars Army and Buddhist Monk. Many of them were in starvation 3 to 5 days. Some of them ate leaf’s of the tree. When they reached here without food, water and clothes. So that our government, local people, local NGOs and later on International NGOs provided them as per need of that people. AMAN also spread its hand to support the Rohingha Refugees with the food, water and clothes. Following tables show details:

                                                            Table-12

Target

 

Achievement

Achievement %

Male

Female

 

Total

 

Male

Female

Total

100

7000

8000

15000

7000

8000

15000

Tube-well and Water sealed Latrines are distributed and installed within the camp of Rohinga Refugees at Balurkhali, Kutubkhali and Jumer Chara camp:

After gradual influx of the Rohingha Refugee at Coxes Bazar in Bangladesh, they severely required food, clothes, shade to live in. Later on, they need for safe water and safe sanitation as human being. AMAN as usual response and install 300 tube-wells and 100 water-sealed latrines for Refugees present there.

                                                             Table-13

Target

 

Achievement

Achievement %

Tube-Well

Latrines

 

Total

 

Tube-Well

Latrines

Total

100

300

100

400

300

100

400

Emergency Food distribution among the Rohingha Refugees:

The organization distributed relief to the Rohingha Refugees. The goods in the form of Rice, oil, salt, Pulse, Biscuit, Saline, soap etc. as because at that time food and shelter were the crying need of those people. So the organization intervened with the life saving materials before the Refugees.

                                                       Table-14

Target

 

Achievement

Achievement %

Male

Female

 

Total

 

Male

Female

Total

70

100000

100000

200000

70000

70000

1,40,000

Annual General Meeting(AGM):

In this reporting year one Annual General Meeting(AGM) was held on 9th December, 2017 and 5 Executive (EC) meeting were held for better implementation of the project and guideline of the organization.

Budget:

In this reporting period the organization has received from the donors of Tk.6,72,88,690/-(Six corer, seventy two lacs, eighty eight thousand, six hundred and ninety) only  to implement the different projects, this amount is expensed according to the set criteria of donors and organization's policy. The organization has been successfully implementing of its programs as per the budget and schedule. Secretary General of AMAN present report of Income and Expenditure in the form of audit report, report of the project which is being implement and which is on-going at present. He also informed the general committee about the status of the project which is continuing at present. The general committee member satisfies and thanks with big hand for the Secretary General and others staff-members those are implementing different projects of the organization.

Correspondence and Visit:

Continuous communication is considered as one of the precondition for accurate and truly implementation of the programs undertaken. Keeping these views in mind the organization tried its best to keep contact with both donors, government and project level in the reporting year.

Mode of communication were letter, telephone, fax, E-mail and visit etc. during the year 2017 a total 184 letter correspondences were made in addition to fax and telephonic talks, e-mail is used as highest communication tools than others. These correspondences are mainly local and international level .These was made especially for better and timely implementation of different projects and programs of the organization in accordance with the set principles. Correspondences could act as monitoring weapons for the accurate and timely implementation of the projects. During the year regular visit were made by the honorable member of the Executive Committee, Secretary General/ Executive Director and other officials to see for themselves for the progress of implementation and problems related to execution. In this year organizations and its respective high officials visited many times in our project area. The visit was the very much effective weapons for smooth functioning the projects. During the visits the respective high official were discussed the problems with the concerned officials, person and given necessary suggestion and guidelines for properly implementation of the project.

It is noteworthy that during the period the following personal visited our working area and Head office:

  1. Tareq Sheik from Muntada Aid UK
  2. Sayeed Ali from Muntada Aid UK
  3. Yousuf Drissi from Muntada Aid UK
  4. Barrister Rezwan Chief Executive Officer Channel-H, UK
  5. Towhidul Karim Muzaheed Channel-1, UK
  6. Dr. Toden Hofer, Ex MP. Germany
  7. Nina, Secretary of Dr. Toden Hofer, Germany.
  8. Akeel Umar, UK

The above noted people were visited the project area and expressed their satisfaction over the successful and timely implementation of different projects.

Relation with GO/NGO:

The organization believe that coordination, cooperation, sharing and exchange of views can make help to achieve the goals especially in the field of social development. That is why; the organization is also doing this act of cooperation-coordination since its inception which is noted below:

a   Muntada Aid Uk                                                                               -Working partner

b.  Save Humanity Austria                                                                     - Working partner                                                                               

c.  Human Care Initiative UK                                                                - Working partner                                                                               

d. World Care Foundation UK                                                               - Working partner

e.  Helping Hand International, USA                                                     - Working partner

e.  Challon Beel Network                                                                       -Member                                                         

f.  Bangladesh Migration Forum                                                            - Member

g. Association for Land Reforms and Development(ALRD)                -Member

Legal Status of the organization:

This is a non-government organization of Bangladesh of which is registered with NGO Affairs Bureau, Prime Minister Office, The People Republic of Bangladesh. Registration Number is -980.                                                            

Concluding Remarks:

The organization is working for easing the sorrows and difficulties of the down trodden people of a particular small area of Bangladesh. Its activities are designed and planned for socio-economic upliftment of the distress people especially for children and women. Bangladesh is one of the LDCs (Least Developed Countries) of the world, though in recent time we emerged lower middle income or middle income groups. Yet there is economic disparity so high among the rich and poor people of the country. Here peoples are deprived of basic necessities of the life such as food, clothes education, medicines, shelter, job market and job placement etc. Due to resource constraint and improper distribution of wealth, Bangladesh government is trying to ensure all the basic needs of lives not yet find the light of the hope. So, with the patronage of government, foreign donors and United Nations, some of NGOs have been floated and came forward to help such down trodden and helpless people of this territory.

The organization is now working at 18 districts with limited resource and many constraints but it made a group of skilled development workers and volunteers. They are committed, energetic youths and they know the mechanism of local development. If the congenial atmosphere may be created and all the financial limitation overcome then it is possible to solve maximum problems with untried effort to extend services to hardcore poor fellow of the said area.

Besides the organization is now engaged with a few important programs only. Negative characteristics of economy of Bangladesh claims larger grant for the implementation for coverage new programs and more people for rehabilitation and self-sufficiency of under-served people.

Future planning of the organization:

  1. Non-formal education for Rohingha children
  2. Life skill education for income and employment generation for the youth
  3. Warm clothes distribution for hart core poor including children and elderly people of the Northern parts of Bangladesh
  4. Psycho-social program among the Rohingha children and women victims.
  5. Improved cook stoves distribution among Rohingah Refugees to create an environment friendly atmosphere.

AMAN’s LEADERSHIP

In the area of social services and welfare of the downtrodden peoples AMAN Executive Committee are highly admired in their respective fields having profound expertise and involvement. Their valuable directions and formidable inputs that have made AMAN to become one of the leading, non-profit, non-political, independent organization for relief and development activities in Bangladesh. A seven-member Executive Committee headed by its Chairman Dr. Lokiat Ullah is the highest body to give directives the organization to reach its objectives and goals.

Dr. Lokiat Ullah Chairman MBBS
Mahrufa Binte Hasan Vice-Chairman MBA
Md. Abu Yousuf Secretary General Ph.D
Ziaul Hoq Mizan Treasurer BSS (Hon’s), MSS
Sharmin Parbin Executive Member Diploma In Law
Nurun Nahar Begum Executive Member MA

 

Dr. Abu Yousuf

Secretary General

Association for Muslim Advancement Network (AMAN)

 

Different activities of AMAN

                     Different activities of AMAN

Non -Formal Primary Education (NFPE) program:

The organization believes in heart and soul that Education is the back bone of a nation and children are the future generation and future leaders of the country. That is why; the organization is conducting 10 Non formal education centers with the assistance of BRAC since its inception & Muntada-Aid UK, supporting recently. The children are very poor of age group 8 to 10 years basically dropout or never enrolled in primary school, some of them are street children or parentless children both boys and girls ratio is 1:1. In this year 570 children completed their 4 years course and most of the children are enrolled and mainstreaming them in formal education system of the country. More over additional 300 children are admitted in our non-formal education centers at different slum areas of Dhaka city. Now the organization is focusing the street children, to keep them right track they should be brought in education center literacy and numeracy and later on they should provide skill-based training for their income and employment generation activities.

In addition to that 500 children are admitted at Rohingha Refugee camp. They are learning their mother language, English and Arithmetic. This is very informal education and informal approach. As they are very much vulnerable children, so that AMAN provides them breakfast twice in a week. More over co-curriculum activities provided them for their amusement forgetting their dangerous and painful memories or even some of them suffered from Trauma. AMAN provides some medicines with renowned Doctor of the country and regularly the children go for the amusement to relieve from trauma.

In-formal Education center of AMAN at Jumerchara Rohingha Camp, Balukhali.

Women development:

Women development:

Women are about 50% of our population. So that AMAN believes that women development is very inevitable and country will not go forward without them. That is why; the organization is trying to incorporate them in various activities of this organization. Previously we have trained 138 women in different trade like: Cow fattening, poultry and goat rearing, sewing machine training, training on beautification and Nakshi-Kantha (A cloth is made by the women through sewing in hand which is indicates our heritage and very much historic in nature) production. Some of the trained women are in the field of income generating activities and provide assistance to the family and its members with their income. Some of the trained women got skill and managed job in different garment factories and earn money through their employment generation.