Rowa Kyang is a primary education project. The project is educating 700 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.
Alusama Froi is a vocational/skill development training project. The project is providing professional skill development training to almost 1,200 youth and women for employment and self-employment. Training contents include 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.
Upasshak is a hostel based secondary education project. After accomplishing class/grade 5, the children of Rowa Kyang village schools study in secondary school in Bandarban town occupying in the hostel. There are two hostels under this project (1 hostel for boys and 1 hostel for girls).
Humanitarian Foundation (HF) is providing financial support to 18 talents students who are studying in college and universities in Chittagong, Dhaka and other cities in Bangladesh. The project started in 2015.
Through this project, HF supplies high nutritious biscuits to 1800 students/children of 16 government primary schools in Thanchi upazila of Bandarban Hill District. This project has been continuing since 2011.
This is a rights based project. HF has formed a total of 40 development groups at village, union and upazila level composing 15/20 members of each group. The group members are imparted with human rights training, leadership training and group management training. Besides, group members are supported project inputs like IGAs, horticulture, cash support etc.