Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh

by Dakbhanga
Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh
Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh
Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh
Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh
Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh
Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh
Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh
Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh
Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh
Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh
Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh
Zakat can Empower Poor Parents in Bangladesh
Students- Home Based Income Generation
Students- Home Based Income Generation

Dear Honorable Sponsors,

Dakbhanga Bangladesh (DBD) is implementing primary education program through operating two primary schools since 1998 in the remote area of Ramu sub-district of Cox's Bazar district, Bangladesh to educate underprivileged children with the support of generous peoples. The schools educates the children from ECD to Grade V with a minimum support to higher education of the project students. In every year we found that some poor children used to drop out due to poverty of their family.

Our Zakat Program designed on the collection Zakat from the potential donors of Muslim Community of home and abroad. But up to now the response is so poor for the program. We are mostly supporting 35 families of remote hilly area of Ramu, Cox's Bazar district through this program. We are providing them training and technical support to raise their incomes through different IGA. The price hike due to global unrest is a new challenge for the community too. The environmental disaster is a new challenge after COV ID-19 which is very aggressively affecting now to allover the world. The parents are now started Home based Agriculture, poultry, Goat raring and other relevant low investment project by their own with our technical support.

To continue the children’s study at least up to age 18 and to take part in the family life, the parents needs to get support from the enthusiastic peoples of the humanitarian community of the world. We assured that DBD must use the support as Zakat must be used for the targeted school community with proper monitoring! To achieve the goal we are looking for new donors who will give zakat recurrently to the deserving parents.  

A Mother is Taking Care of her pets
A Mother is Taking Care of her pets
Home Based Goat Raring-Support the School Children
Home Based Goat Raring-Support the School Children
A Student is Taking Care of Her Poultry
A Student is Taking Care of Her Poultry
Home Based Combined Firm of one School Going Child
Home Based Combined Firm of one School Going Child
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Dear Valued Sponsors,

Dakbhanga Bangladesh (DBD) is implementing primary education program through operating two primary schools since 1998 in the remote area of Ramu sub-district of Cox's Bazar districts of Bangladesh to educate underprivileged children with the support of generous peoples. The schools educates the children from ECD to Grade V with a minimum support to higher education of the project students. In every year we found that some children of poor parents used to drop out due to poverty of their family.

Our newly developed Zakat Program depends on the Zakat collection from the potential donors of Muslim Community of home and abroad. It is for developing the socio economic status of the upper mentioned poor with school children in their families through income Generating activities. We are committed to support the poor parents who are in economic hardship and bound to engage their children in child labor dew to their poor income status. We are firstly supporting 35 families of remote hilly area of Ramu, Cox's Bazar district in this program. We are providing them training and technical support to raise their incomes through different IGA. We also provide input and marketing supports to them through linkage with different marketing network.

Through our support they are trying their best to produce agricultural products in their own land/leased land like different type of home gardening, poultry, agriculture etc. Due to COVID the life of the peoples of disadvantaged community is so tough today. The price hike due to global unrest is a new challenge for the community too.

To continue the support to the prioritized selected parents to continue their children’s education at least up to age their 18 and to take part in the family life, the parents from the enthusiastic peoples from the humanitarian community of the world. We assured that DBD must use the support as Zakat must be used for the targeted school community with proper monitoring! We are planning to develop the families solvent through income generation by providing Skills Training by which they can able to change their socio economic status and to set themselves as the change agent of their communities. To achieve the goal we are looking for new donors who will give zakat recurrently to the deserving parents.  

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Dear Sponsors,

Greetings from Dakbhanga Bangladesh

We are implementing primary education program through operating two primary schools since 1998 in remote Ramu hilly area of Cox's Bazar districts of Bangladesh to educate underprivileged children with the support of generous people like you. The schools educates the children from pre-schooling to Grade V. We have seen that some children of poor parents are still dropped out due to poverty of their parents.

We have developed a new program to collect Zakat for developing income Generating activities of the poor parents. We are committed to supporting the poor parents who are in economic hardship and engage their children in child labor. We are supporting 35 families of remote Ramu hilly area of Cox's Bazar district in this program. We are providing them training and technical support to raise their incomes. We also provide input and marketing supports to them.

For continuing the support to the selected parents to continue their  children education at least up to age 18 and getting  decent work in matured life, they need continuous supports from people like you. 100% of your zakat goes to the poor parents of our school children! We are looking for new donors who will give zakat recurrently basis to provide regular supports to the deserving parents.  We are also looking for new volunteers, who can help us with either fundraising or raising awareness by sharing our initiative.

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Dakbhanga

Location: Cox's Bazar - Bangladesh
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Project Leader:
Humayun Kabir
Cox's Bazar, Cox's Bazar Bangladesh
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