Mushroom cultivation of 500 disables in Bangladesh

by Eakok Attomanobik Unnayan Sangstha


Proposed project will have to improve the livelihood conditions for 500 disable peoples to provide mushroom cultivation training in a step towards for reducing poverty for their long term development
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The disable peoples are the burning issues of the poor family at Natore district in Bangladesh are the target benificiaries of this project. As per the national reports total disables are around of 152000 at Natore district. The disable peoples of the southern part especially at Natore are being deprived from getting the all access of basic needs to upgrading their livelihood conditions. In this regards project will remain support 500 disables within the age between is 12 to 45 for sustainabilit


To provide training on mushroom production, it’s processing, fruiting, drying, packaging and marketing. Develop entrepreneurship skills, capacities of the disables people for raises their voice in to the local and national level for the policy making

Long-Term Impact

Project has been designed specially women and girls those who are extremely poor of the poorest disable peoples in the community for upgrading their better-off and healthier live for bring to bind their happiness and long term sustainable development

Additional Documentation

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

Organization Information

Eakok Attomanobik Unnayan Sangstha

Location: New Market, Dhanmondi - Bangladesh
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Eakok Attomanobik Unnayan Sangstha
Project Leader:
Abdul Wahed
Secretary General
Dhaka, Bangladesh

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