Welcome to a non-profit organization
which empowers the less fortunate

About Us

Our staff & volunteers

Somaiya Rahman is our Managing Director. She graduated from San Jose State University, California, USA with a BSc in Public Health and a Master's of Public Health from North East University, Bangladesh. She volunteered at various organizations in the US during her high school and university education.

Dr. Abdur Rahman, M.B.B.S (Dhaka), MPH (USA), is our US representative. He is currently on the Board of Trustees (BOT) of MCA (Muslim Community Association) of the Bay Area, USA. 

Sarah Rahman is our California volunteer. She has an MS in Education from Santa Clara University, USA and is currently a teacher in California. 

Dr.Fazle Elahi, Associate Professor of Medicine, North East Medical College Hospital (M.B.B.S, MD) is our volunteer physician in Bangladesh.

Tanjeem Ahsan graduated from IIT, India and is the Managing Engineer at Broadcom, USA. He is our volunteer in the Tech sector in the US.

Our history

Help secure a promising and bright future for our brothers and sisters in need

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: 

ONE HOME: ONE SKILL

JOB TRAINING AND JOB PLACEMENT IS OUR MAIN FOCUS. 

HELP EXTREMELY POOR PEOPLE BY PROVIDING FUND TO AVOID DISABILITY WHO CAN NOT AFFORD MEDICAL TREATMENT /SURGERY DUE TO LACK OF FUND.

Our mission

Goals and Objectives


 Eradication of poverty through education and skills development

 To impart training in employable skills to vulnerable male and female focusing on "One Home One Skill".

  To develop indigenous handicrafts by establishing industrial homes and to promote local products through Value chain development.

   To build the capacity of potential trainees and develop market linkages for the sustainability of community livelihood.

 


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