Organization for Women's Development of Bangladesh

OWDEB's work is to bring about qualitative changes in women's rights, and establish their dignity and empowerment through their own participation towards a democratic just society. OWDEB's work targets rural farmers, small businessmen, urban women, garment workers, and youth. OWDEB reaches over 60,000 people in Chittagong district. Its work focuses on domestic violence, workers rights, sustainable practices, gender equality, and women's empowerment through microfinance and good governance.

Organization for Women's Development of Bangladesh
c/o IDEX 827 Valencia Street, #101
San Francisco, CA 94110
United States
415-824-8384
http://www.owdeb.org

Chief Executive

Shyamoli Mazumder

Project Leaders

Katherine Zavala

Mission

OWDEB's work is to bring about qualitative changes in women's rights, and establish their dignity and empowerment through their own participation towards a democratic just society. OWDEB's work targets rural farmers, small businessmen, urban women, garment workers, and youth. OWDEB reaches over 60,000 people in Chittagong district. Its work focuses on domestic violence, workers rights, sustainable practices, gender equality, and women's empowerment through microfinance and good governance.

Programs

OWDEB's programs focus on four areas: Domestic Violence, Women Workers Rights, Gender Equality, Women's Empowerment and Good Governance. Programs include breaking the silence to end the violence against women; promotion of women's empowerment at the family level, and Worker rights for garment women workers.

Statistics on Organization for Women's Development of Bangladesh