Alhaj Shamsul Hoque Foundation (ASHF) wants to provide free education for 500 women who have been deprived from the lights of knowledge in the rural area of Bangladesh. Later on they will ready for self-empowerment.
Project Challenge: We've got some challenge while implementing the WEE project in remote areas of Bangladesh: 1.Women don't want to go far to get education. 2.Responsible male member of the family doesn't allow them to go far from their home. 3.It is expensive for us to set up and maintain a school in each village as the houses in the village are very far apart.
We overcome those challenges through the concepts of 'ASHF Domestic Schools' as follows: 1.The Domestic School will be very close to their home. 2.The teaching is provided by female so that there is no further objection remains of male member of the family. 3.The school is located at the home of school teacher. Only with a seating arrangement, board, pen etc. the school can be organized with a very low cost.
The project will educate 500 women, helping them rise out from the darkness of poverty. By which they can provide their families' health and nutrition, and can prepare themselves for being self-dependent. Educated women go on to educate their children. These will result as a great benefit for their community's economy.