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Bandarban Hill District,Bangladesh +88036162797 Sahbuddin Building (2nd Floor), College Road
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Vision

Vision

Humanitarian Foundation envisions a just and compassionate world free from oppression, hunger and poverty, where every person irrespective of race, colour and creed lives in peace and dignity.
Mission

Mission

Organising the outcast, oppressed and extremely poor; elimination of their sufferings through introducing community supporting approach and develop community capacity to attain services from public and private sectors; eradication of poverty through the empowerment of community, education, utilisation of available scopes, opportunities, resources and potentials; strive against social injustice, protect and promote human rights, culture, values, norms, dignity and gender equity.
Legal Status

Legal Status

HF is registered with the Department of Social Service, Bandarban, under the Ministry of Social Welfare, Government of the Peoples’ Republic of Bangladesh vide Reg. No. Band-184/03 dated 21-12-2003 and NGO Affairs Bureau under the Foreign Donation Regulation Ordnance 1978, vide Reg. No: - 2116-dated 30-07-2006. Registration Renewed: 30-07.2016.
WHO WE ARE

WHO WE ARE

Humanitarian Foundation (HF) is an NGO in Bandarban Hill District of Bangladesh. HF has been working in Bandarban Hill District since 1999 with a constitutional mandate to ensure and uplift the rights of the ultra-poor, disadvantaged people, indigenous people, especially women, girls and children living in the CHTs through carrying out the activities/projects of social welfare and integral human development. The General Council (GC) approves the mandate for Humanitarian Foundation (HF) and guides its GC, EC and management/managerial staff to take all major decisions. Health; Women’s Rights, Public Health; Education, Vocational/Skill Development Training, Economic Emancipation, Human Rights, Youth and Culture; Social Welfare; Development of Indigenous People; Agriculture, Livelihood, Community Empowerment, Fisheries and Livestock; Disaster, Relief and Rehabilitation; Environment Conservation and Development are the key sectoral focus of HF and these have relevance to the SDGs
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Our current projects/services

There are a total of 6 ongoing projects of Humanitarian Foundation (HF).
We are grateful to all the donors without whose financial support the project implementation would never have been possible.

Rowa Kyang

Rowa Kyang

A primary education project

Educating almost 1,000 children of poor hill tribe in Bandarban district of the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. There are a total of 25 primary schools under Rowa Kyang project which is being implemented in Thanchi, Ruma and Bandarban sadar upazila with funding support from CO:OPERAID, Switzerland.
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ASAF

ASAF

Vocational/skill Development Training project

Financed by CO:OPERAID, Switzerland, HF is providing professional skill development training to almost 1,200 youth and women for employment and self-employment (weaving, sewing, block batik, tailoring, carpentry, and vehicle driving ). In addition, 1,500 women were organised at the village level and were imparted IGA and life skill training for enhancement of family income.
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Upasshak Hostel

Upasshak Hostel

Hostel based secondary education project

Financed by CO:OPERAID, Switzerland, HF is running two hostels (boys and girls) in the main town of Bandarban. A total of 70 students occupies in the hostel (boys: 37; girls: 33). As of 2020, a total of 34 students passed SSC (boys: 16; girls:18) from the hostel and now they are attending in colleges and universities in Chittagong, Dhaka and other cities in Bangladesh.
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Rowa Kyang

Rowa Kyang

A primary education project

Educating almost 1,000 children of poor hill tribe in Bandarban district of the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. There are a total of 25 primary schools under Rowa Kyang project which is being implemented in Thanchi, Ruma and Bandarban sadar upazila with funding support from CO:OPERAID, Switzerland.
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ASAF

ASAF

Vocational/skill Development Training project

Financed by CO:OPERAID, Switzerland, HF is providing professional skill development training to almost 1,200 youth and women for employment and self-employment (weaving, sewing, block batik, tailoring, carpentry, and vehicle driving ). In addition, 1,500 women were organised at the village level and were imparted IGA and life skill training for enhancement of family income.
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Upasshak Hostel

Upasshak Hostel

Hostel based secondary education project

Financed by CO:OPERAID, Switzerland, HF is running two hostels (boys and girls) in the main town of Bandarban. A total of 70 students occupies in the hostel (boys: 37; girls: 33). As of 2020, a total of 34 students passed SSC (boys: 16; girls:18) from the hostel and now they are attending in colleges and universities in Chittagong, Dhaka and other cities in Bangladesh.
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Meet Our Dedicated Team

Moung Moung Shing
Moung Moung ShingExecutive Director
Bidya Purna Chakma
Bidya Purna ChakmaProject Coordinator
Amar Shanti Chakma
Amar Shanti ChakmaProgram Director
Mong Sai U Marma
Mong Sai U MarmaAccountant
Mong Wai Ching
Mong Wai ChingProject Coordinator
Abraham Tripura
Abraham TripuraChairman, Executive Committee

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Testimonials

Past and present donors (1999 – 2021)

The name of the past and present donors (institutional) from whom HF has received financial support for project implementation

Since inception, a total of 22 donor organizations supported HF
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