Aug 9, 2020

Report for distribution of blanket

Dear Donors,

Thanks for supporting us so much, we are overcome the year and the 650 disadvantage people supported in July 2020 blanket support program. were evaluated and 750 of them selected for more support. We also gave grants to 400 beneficiaries who are aiming now at completely removal from disabilities as well as disadvangate issues.

You might see some men in the picture. “I want to thank those who supported me, I pray for them every day and they should pray for me too, because they have planted a seed in me. I will not disappoint them.” receiving blanket support. We will give you more details in the next report. For now we want to share with you the Summary of the year.

Achievements: DDEF will serve 850 poor people under this project. poverty, Illiteracy, unhygienic, disability, risk of poverty will be solved by this project. DDEF solution is important because it will meet at least the fundamental needs of poor people. Approximately 1500 indirect beneficiaries from poverty stricken background this project is working towards helping the poor people by blanket support. Challenges: Poverty, Illiteracy, unhygienic, risk of Poverty. Barguna District under Barisal division are where fundamental needs winter cloths like blanket support are totally deprived off. This costal belt area is deprived of poor persons. They are the worst sufferers as without proper blanket support for their daily living, they fail to realize their full potential & unable to contribute community as well as to national development process. We have made great strides at poverty alleviation but we are still facing a ceiling when it comes to complete break out of poverty and economic empowerment. The department needs to explore solutions to provide higher amounts of capital to be used at the right time and pace. Thanks so much for being there. You have given us legitimacy when nobody else would, and now your support is reaping fruits.

This July 2020 we are going to help as many disadvantage people as we ever helped in the whole history of the program! Thanks again!

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Jul 17, 2020

Report for free of cost school for CWD

Thanks so much for the many contributions you did this year,Thanks for supporting us so much, we are overcome the year and the 54 special children in the grass roots area supported in June 2020 were evaluated and 100 of them selected for more support. Provided all the educational expenses for 54 students . You might see some men in the picture, we took the disbursement ceremony as an opportunity to give some prizes for another project in the community, Innovation Challenge.

 “I want to thank those who supported me, I pray for them every day and they should pray for me too, because they have planted a seed in me. I will not disappoint them.”  receiving her grant.

 We will give you more details in the next report. For now we want to share with you the Summary of the year.

 Achievements:

  • DDEF will educate 87 children with disabilities under this project.
  • Illiteracy, Intellectuality, poverty, unhygienic, disability, risk of disability will be solved by this project.
  • DDEF solution is important because it will meet at least the fundamental needs of education for the children with disabilities. Approximately 155 indirect beneficiaries from poverty stricken background this project is working towards helping the Children with disabilities by integrating special education system.

 

Challenges:

Costal area is deprived of special children needs. Children with disabilities are the worst sufferers as without proper education they fail to realize their full potential & unable to contribute community as well as to national development process.  

We have made great strides at poverty alleviation but we are still facing a ceiling when it comes to complete break out of poverty and economic empowerment. The department needs to explore solutions to provide higher amounts of capital to be used at the right time and pace.

 

Thanks so much for being there. You have given us legitimacy when nobody else would, and now your support is reaping fruits. This  June 2020 we are going to help as many girls as we ever helped in the whole history of the program!

Jul 16, 2020

Report for cleft lip plate surgery operation

Dear Donors,

 Thanks so much for the many contributions you did this year.Thanks for supporting us so much, we are overcome  the 5 poor cleft lip palate surgery operation supported were evaluated and 5 of them selected for more support. We also gave grants to 7 beneficiaries who are aiming now at completely removal from disabilities issues. You might see some men in the picture.

 “I want to thank those who supported me, I pray for them every day and they should pray for me too, because they have planted a seed in me. I will not disappoint them.”  receiving her operation.

 We will give you more details in the next report. For now we want to share with you the Summary of the year.

 Achievements:

235 cleft lip poor disable people were supported with this project

 

Challenges:

 

Illiteracy, poverty, unhygienic, risk of disability.

Barisal, Dhaka and Khulna division are where fundamental needs health are totally deprived off.

This area is deprived of cleft children needs. Children with disabilities are the worst sufferers as without proper treatment they fail to realize their full potential & unable to contribute community as well as to national development process.  

We have made great strides at poverty alleviation but we are still facing a ceiling when it comes to complete break out of poverty and economic empowerment. The department needs to explore solutions to provide higher amounts of capital to be used at the right time and pace.

 

Thanks so much for being there. You have given us legitimacy when nobody else would, and now your support is reaping fruits. This June 2020 we are going to help as many girls as we ever helped in the whole history of the program!

 

Thanks again

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