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In the perspective of being committed to first-track progress in achieving one of the SDGs mentioning good health and well-being, Ghashful is implementing Health Program as one of the most remarkable development interventions through different approaches. The program provides health services through different mechanisms in the operational areas surrounding all stages of human life to ensure a healthy community. Ghashful has been playing a significant role to ensure health services for the neglected children of the urban and rural working areas. Health Services
– Fixed clinic
– Satellite clinics

– Health Camp

– Eye Care

– General Health Services

– Family Planning Service and Safe Delivery


– Pathological Test – P.T.

– Pathological Test – CBG

– Health Service for Elderly People
– Health Services for Garments Workers

– Health Card Services

– Awareness Program

– Linkage with Government Services

– Immunization

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– TBA workshop
– STD, HIV/AIDS orientations
– Group meetings
– Special day observation

– ARH Life skill Training.

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Kluczbork rencontre maroc congo Ghashful is implementing the Education Program in two categories:

  1. Non-Formal Education
  2. Formal Education The Interventions and Activities of Ghashful Education Programs are: 

  1. Non-Formal Education
  • Child Development Center (CDC)
  • Tutorial assistance through ENRICH program – Evening Learning Center
  • Adolescent Development Center (ADC)
  • Second Chance Education (SCE) for dropout Children
  • Child Banking – No. of Children 3500

  1.     Formal Education
  • Formal Education for low-income families: Ghashful Paran Rahman School


Overview of Education Program

Sl. No. Component


  No. of School No. of Student
1. Ghashful Paran Rahman School 1 123
2. Second Chance Education Project 142 4260
3. Ghashful Bikash Kendra (CDC) 1 60
4. Boikalik Pathdan Kendra 75 2058
5. Elderly Learning Center 1 60
Total     220 6561


Ghashful programs also include governance and advocacy. Both promote good societal governance and the rights of Bangladeshi citizens. Ghashful carries out proactive research to articulate, influence and change public opinion and government policy on poverty alleviation and sustainable development issues. Ghashful also operates Legal Aid activities to support underprivileged and poor women as a member of District Legal Aid Committee (DLAC).


Good Governance
– Meetings, workshops and training to promote good governance
– Issue-based campaigns
– Issue-based advocacy
– Formation of Community Violence Watch Groups

– Quarterly Ghashful Barta
– Issue-based publications

– Media and affiliated Partners
– Committee formation
– Salish (Mediation)
– Human Rights Education Program (HREP)

Action Research
– Salish (Mediation) Baseline Survey
-Qualitative survey
-Impact survey
-Baseline survey

– Monthly report to the Deputy
– Monthly report to the  TNO

– Six monthly Monitoring Report
– Participatory Review & Reflection
  Process (PRRP) Report
– Annual Report

– Meeting with stakeholders
– Theatre
– Video screenings
– Special day observation


Microfinance & Financial Inclusion

End Poverty &Economic Development

Microfinance and Financial Inclusion of Ghashful is one of the highly estimable projects as it directly relates to the integrated development approach of SDGs, a universal call to action to end poverty. It has already been proven that the micro credit-based intervention might be a very effective tool for poverty alleviation and empowering the poor in the world as it ensures financial empowerment at the grassroots level.

Ghashful started its Microfinance (MF) program since 1993 as a pilot project. It is well known that the Macro credit-based Institutes like the Banks and financial institutes have a lack of access for the poor people to enjoy the facilities of saving, borrowing as well investing money in small but potential businesses. The services and supports provided by the Microfinance and Financial Inclusion program has remarkably enabled the poor and grassroots level potential entrepreneurs to get engaged with different income generating activities which in turn, allows them to become economically self-sufficient. In view of the fact, in 1997 the microfinance program became a core activity of Ghashful with the assistance of AAB.

In 2005 with the aim to scale up the financial supports in different segments of the society and to increase income earning sectors and making employment, Ghashful started its new era of Microfinance through making partnership with PKSF.

The MF program has done a lot to achieve the mission of developing a self-reliant society in different communities as it supports the capacity building interventions by creating easy and available access to get financial supports for the community people in the working areas. Besides this, the microfinance program has helped the organization to achieve sustainability of its other social development activities.

At present, Ghashful is investing the efforts to develop a productive young generation by exploring their potentials with earning financial empowerment. The organization has already taken initiative to digitalize the inclusive financial services and green finance to end poverty in all its form everywhere.

The Microfinance based interventions with various dimensions of implementations are on the process of being linked with the Macro-credit-oriented facilities and opportunities. Recently, the collaboration with banks and other financial institutions has been enriching the program day by day by creating an unconstrained access for the grassroots level people even in such institutions.

Component of Microfinance
– Jagoron
– Agrosor
– Buniad
– Sufolon
– Abason

– Shomiti Management
– Leadership
– Enterprise Development &
  Business Management (EDBM)

– Community meetings
– Special day observation.


Implementation Strategies & Approaches

  1. Special focus on women’s empowerments
  2. Priority on the poor and potential entrepreneurs
  3. Participatory Management Approach
  4. Conventional and Green Microfinance
  5. Value Chain Development
  6. Financial Inclusion with services
  7. Risk Management


Micro Finance at a Glance (June-2020)

Sl. No. Component Member Borrower Savings Balance Cumulative Disburse Cumulative Recovered Outstanding Overdue Area Coverage
1. Jagoron 52334 36212 422654624 10270983700 9684214390 586769310 81082554
  • Chattogram
  • Feni
  • Cumilla
  • Dhaka
  • Naogaon
  • Chapainababgonj
2. Agrosor 5702 8551 157812985 3049947000 2647081491 402865509 47146383
3. Buniad 931 741 3162379 94245000 87754718 6490282 856729
4. Sufolon 4211 9934 25003042 2588342000 2343895863 244446137 66184814
5. ENRICH 2094 1739 13894628 172537000 127188218 45348782 6309569
6. Abason 0 39 0 10850000 1866607 8983393 0
7. LEPIG 63 63 161674 1840000 45198 1794802 129698
8. SEP 18 22 291262 5550000 174419 5375581 0
9. Sahos 0 0 0 8000000 8000000 0 0
8. TDS 10963 0 40059454 0 0 0 0
Total 76316 57301 663040048 16202294700 14900220904 1302073796 201709747  

N.B: Covid-19 Overdue = 14,38,70,302


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