Visit NGO program in Bangladesh

non-governmental organization (NGO) is an organization that generally is formed independent from the government. They are typically nonprofit entities, and many of them are active in humanitarianism or social activities.


In Bangladesh most of the NGO perform a wide range of services aimed towards human wellbeing and social welfare. These organizations relentlessly work towards development and bringing a positive change in society, especially to the rural area. NGOs may have different structures, activities and policies.


Among all the activities the major contributions to the society are:

  1.        Microfinance / Microcredit
  2.       Ultra poor education
  3.       Health, nutrition & population
  4.       Water sanitation and hygiene
  5.       Skills development
  6.       Social empowerment and legal protection
  7.       Disaster risk management 


The reason of Microfinance being most popular and effective:

When Bangladesh’s microfinance sector was first established in the 1970s, its main goal was reducing rural poverty by providing microcredit loans for non-crop activities such as trading, and raising livestock and poultry. These loans were funded mainly by the government of Bangladesh and bilateral donors through group-based savings and lending programs. 



Microcredit also helped to diversify borrowers’ economic activities, boosting incomes in the process. Household income grew over the study period, driven by rising non-farm income. For households diversifying into non-farm activities, income growth was almost 29 percent higher than that of their counterparts who stuck exclusively to farming. The reduction in moderate and extreme poverty for this group was almost 8 percent higher. 

With the help of microcredit programs, the people of remote areas were able to change their life very fast and effectively. 


To learn more about NGO’s diversifying program to the people life, please contact us to book your tour.