• Monthly Coordination Meeting

    Executive Director Md. Akramul Haque Biswas are discussing with all office staff in Monthly Coordination Meeting.

  • Sheep firm

    A sheep firm of Atmabiswas Beneficiary.

  • Potato field

    A Potato field which is cultivated by Atmabiswas Beneficiary.

  • Duck Cultivation

    Duck Cultivation of Sumon Ali Atmabiswas Beneficiaries .

  • Dhaka Office

    Atmabiswas Executive Director Md. Akramul Haque Biswas and Japani Guest in Dhaka Office.

  • Scholarship

    ATMABISWAS has started a new move of awarding education scholarships to the meritorious children of the ultra Beneficiaries of the organization from 2015.

Social Mobilization to Combat Women and Child Trafficking Programme(CWCTP)

 

This is a programme which targets to raise public awareness on preventing human especially women and child trafficking from society. A number of mass awareness activities like seminar, orientation, group, IEC materials  publication and distribution are implemented under the programme. The working area of the porgramme is 1 Upazila of Chuandanga District.This is the second phase of the project. The first phase was implemented in both Chuadanga Sadar and Alamdanga Upazila.

Income and Food Security For Ultra Poor

 


The programme has initiated in January 2011 and it is continuing through the Support of PKSF in Jessore, Sodor Upazila, Kaligonj Upazila in Jhenaidah and Damurhuda Upazila at Chuadanga District. A number of 1700 targeted ultra poor rural women beneficiaries have been selected for the programme. Women have formed their groups, receiving training on IGA management, livestock and agriculture. The members are receiving productive assets like livestock, rickshaw van, sewing machine, and grocery and Atmabiswas always monitor and provide technical support these member so that they can sustain their livelihood.

 

Scholarships

 

ATMABISWAS has started a new move of awarding education scholarships to the meritorious children of the ultra Beneficiaries of the organization (students at SSC/HSC or equivalent and Honours/Masters or equivalent levels) from 2015. For the year 2015, BDT 15,000 has been handed over to a total of 43 students each as education scholarship on March 20105.

ATMABISWAS has successfully completed the European Union funded VGD  Program  with the government:

project on 30 April 2013. The project was launched in 2007 and implemented through 31 BENEFICIARIES    s in 19 districts of northern region of Bangladesh. The project mainly provided capacity building support to the ultra Beneficiaries  included former FSVGD (3rd cycle) members and ultra Beneficiaries. The project successfully attained its target of bringing many  households under its network during the project period. There are four major components of this project.

Skill development training for UP Beneficiaries   : Until June 2010, over 0.118 million Beneficiaries    received training on 8 different IGAs such as Beneficiaries    ultry rearing, goat rearing, cow rearing, beef fattening, vegetable production, nursery, bamboo & cane product making and tailoring.

 

Training

 

Exposure   sure Visit (Home)

ATMABISWAS also organises short overseas training & exposure visits for the Beneficiaries with a view to sharing knowledge and gathering experiences through interaction with  large entrepreneure  or organisations in different parts of the  district. 500 beneficiaries from different samity have visited different reputed enterprise.

 

Success Story Of Ashma Begum

 

Many of the metropolitan elites are acquainted with the multiple images of Beneficiaries    verty in the areas of art and literature. Kazi Nazrul Islam, the great poet, in a metaphoric way, attached the glory of Christ on Beneficiaries poverty. But away from these representations in the pages of Beneficiaries by Nazrul or easels of painters like Zainul Abedin, Beneficiaries poverty has a face that always is fearful and tearful.

In Aluikdia ,Chuadanga, a northern district of Bangladesh, lives Ashma Begum, a woman who found herself caught in the web of poverty, which stared at her with frightening eyes right from her birth. For Ashma Begum, Poverty is a perpetual reality. She had no idea that this can ever be confronted or eliminated. Ashma Begum has come to learn how to combat this menace with the assistance from an organization like ATMABISWAS.The story of despondent  has some mythic and epic past. Ashma Begum cannot escape this staggering reality. However, she and many others like her found a Beneficiaries positive answer from the interventions made by ATMABISWAS. This organisation has earned a name and fame with its innovative approach to counter the extreme situation of seasional poverty, which is  popularly known as Asara Durjog. Ashma Begum came in touch with a local NGO named Atmabiswas, a Partner Organization of Palli Karma Sahayak Foundation. Primarily she got herself enrolled under Cash for Work under the govt.programme at union porishod level. That was in 2002. Then she became a Focus Group Discussion member of Atmabiswas. A weekly saving of ten Taka only opened the door to security to her. With the local know how at her discussion, she decided to establish a broiler farm. Ashma Begum knew that it is her own fight while ATMABISWAS would stand by her with faithful support. This effective combination is behind the confident smile that she now puts up. This confidence offers her the strength to defy the fright of  Poverty, now and in the days ahead.

 

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Rural Microcredit (JAGORAN)   Rural microcredit (JAGORAN) is the primary loan programme of ATMABISWAS. The programme focuses... Read more
Microcredit (UMC Urban)   The urban Beneficiaries    or are defined as the people who live within the boundaries of... Read more
Ultra Poor / Buniad Programme   The ultra Poor Beneficiaries ,also known as the Beneficiaries Porest of the Beneficiaries, are... Read more
Micro Enterprise (ME) Programme   Initiated in 2006, the Micro Enterprise (ME) programme is one of the significant departures of... Read more
Agriculture Sector Microcredit (ASM) One of the major hindrances of the growth of agriculture sector and development of... Read more
Seasonal Loan (SL)   With its more than two decades of working in the field, ATMABISWAS has experienced... Read more
Special Fund   ATMABISWAS receives funding requests from several organizations or individuals for diverse... Read more
Success Story Of Ashma Begum   Many of the metropolitan elites are acquainted with the multiple images of Beneficiaries   ... Read more
Scholarships   ATMABISWAS has started a new move of awarding education scholarships to the meritorious... Read more
Training   Exposure   sure Visit (Home) ATMABISWAS also organises short overseas training &... Read more
Income and Food Security For Ultra Poor   The programme has initiated in January 2011 and it is continuing through the Support of PKSF... Read more
Social Mobilization to Combat Women and Child Trafficking Programme(CWCTP)   This is a programme which targets to raise public awareness on preventing human especially... Read more

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