Empower of 500 School Drop-out Girls in Bangladesh

by Samaj Jagoron O Unnyan Kendra (SJOUK)


Round table plans to provide training and Income Generating support of 500 School Drop-Out Girl who stopped study due to the poverty, EVE teasing, bad communication, early marriage and trafficking.

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There are currently more than 30,000 School Drop-out Girl living in Gaibandha district in Bangladesh. The main cause of the drop-out rate is poverty, EVE teasing, bad communication, early marriage and trafficking. Although Govt working diligently to reducing drop out but result is slow. The Drop out girls always trafficked by others mentally and physically. As a result a number of adolescent girls commit to suicide.This project will affect more than 500 School Drop out Girl to self reliant


SJOUK identify the School drop out girl and provides training both awareness and skill development. The mothers are trained in child rights. Then provide IGA support and create opportunity to bring them in the mainstream of the development activities

Long-Term Impact

The project will empower 500 School Drop-out Girls allowing them to rise out poverty, illiteracy, which will provide for themselves and their families' health and well-being.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Organization Information

Samaj Jagoron O Unnyan Kendra (SJOUK)

Location: Rajshahi - Bangladesh
Website: mailto:name@domain
Facebook: Facebook Page
Samaj Jagoron O Unnyan Kendra (SJOUK)
Helen Rahman
Project Leader:
Helen Rahman
Rangpur, Bangladesh

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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