Oct 22, 2020

Collective Need to attend education & empowerment

Nupur received  School Bag from our Organization
Nupur received School Bag from our Organization

                          Collective Support need to attend education &  empowerment

Nupur is a 15 year old girl with Physical handicapped girl who has high ambitions and is presently studying at junior school Certificate (JSC) level with dreams to attend College one day. she has a Social Problem in her community due to have her disability. When that time Nupur comes in the world was she have both leg deformity. From that time community people have negative attitude towards her family.  She lives in the rural village of  Kharma Upazilla- Dewangonj  under Jalmalpur district in Northern Bangladesh. Her father is a Poor agricultural labor and the only earning member of the family. Her mother is house wife. She has a small house. Her family’s economical condition is low level and their daily life passing with very hard.

Our organization team members are met Nupur and her family in January 2010, gave her support to enroll in primary school level and have supported her ever since. Before She was not going to school due to negative attitude to her physical problem and also family’s poverty. PROSHIPS enrolled in primary school with motivation to the school teacher and students and continue to provide education materials support service and follow up with the family. With our support she is continue her education and she wants to support fulfill her dream. she have needed complete school uniform , upcoming session charge , tuition fees , Tiffin, transportation expenses and  Extra coaching fees for quality education achieve.

Now she is attends Kharma  Girls School and she is going to school regularly. PROSHIPS organized motivational sessions with her school on creating enabling environment for inclusive education for children with disabilities, which promote human rights and dignity. She is doing very well with her studies and also happy for own educational performance and carry out her education. Her school teachers are very happy. Her father and mother are also very happy with her visible improvement. 


School teachers are thankful to us for their continued support towards her   development. A huge thank you from her family and PROSHIPS to our GlobalGiving supporters – your generosity has made this possible. In her upcoming future she will achieve her JuniorSchool Certificate (JSC) in this year and is hoping to continue her studies in the future, leading a full life of independence!


Md.Rafiqul Islam

Project Leader


Oct 1, 2020

Wants Donation for Improve Women Livelihood

                                            Wants donation for improve women  livelihood

Begum Sarder is an 40 year old women  who has high ambitions and  with dreams to involved and earned money from goat  farming  one day. She has a Mild physical disability.  She lives in the Digheerpar village of Dewangonj Upazilla under  Jalmalpur district  in Northern Bangladesh.

She is lives in poor family and only earning member of the family .She have a small hut. Disabilities is one of the most underprivileged, Disadvantaged and vulnerable groups in the community.  She is one of the beneficiaries our organization and she is most  vulnerable and she always looked down upon, neglected and deprived of most of their basic human rights in the family. She is faces hard core poverty.  To bring the under development services are found much effective in the rural areas. In this issues we want to find out individually sponsor for her implements goat farming in house and given support for its development. if we collectively support to her and she will earn from and, economic burdens of the families will reduce.

Around 100 Women & Adolescent Girls with Disabilities will empowered and would be able to have a healthier life and she will well informed about internal and external threats of life and future challenges. Her dignity will increase in their family, society, they are enjoying fulfill life independently.

Finally we are request to our supporters and donors for support to her and hope collectively support will help to our project women and adolescents girls for changes their livelihood.


Md.Rafiqul Islam

Project leader


Sep 28, 2020

Support us buying warm cloth for Cerebral Palsy Child

Sakib is Cerebral palsy child need support
Sakib is Cerebral palsy child need support

                       Support us buying warm cloth for Cerebral palsy Child

Proships working for the development of the children with disabilities in the community at Jamalpur district, its Northern part of Bangladesh. Sakib is a Cerebral palsy Child. He is leave in Islampur Upazilla under Jamalpur district . He cannot standing and walking properly . His father is a day labor and he is very poor so he is not affordable buying warm cloth for his children.

Due to Climate changes every year running Cold weather in our working areas and it is a big challenge for his family to buy warm clothes and safe from cold. Proshipswantsto help with distribution warm cloth/Blanket into Children & Person with disabilities to faces with rough and cold weather to helping 100 poor disable Children and families member to access warm Cloth and create safe health facilities and uplifting their life.

Mostly children suffered with flue, cold, fever and cough in winter due to lack of have warm clothes. We are trying always keeping himself with happy. They have needed warm cloth for coming winter season otherwise He will be not safe from Cold and protected from winter cold. He wants to support for warm clothes or new blanket for continues happiness. We believe that a collective effort to address the issues and will helps to reduce long term vulnerability and live respectable life; they grow as another citizen of our country and enjoy full of life.


Md.Rafiqul Islam

Project Leader


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