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Case Study

Rowshan Ara
  Donation
Ramadan Food Distribution & Eid Gift
Country  :  -1
Year  :  15

Rowshan Ara

Rowshan Ara, is a 48 years old slum dweller. Her husband died of a chronic disease in 1993 in her early married life. She has a son and a daughter both of whom are married. They do not contribute at all towards her income. Therefore she has to work.

 

She works as a contractual water seller. She supplies water to various hotels and tea stalls. She purchases water from the city corporation water suppliers which she carries in jars on her shoulder to sell to her clients. This is a hard laborious job but she has no other means of survival. Her net income is a meagre 60 taka per day. The amount is not enough for her survival.

 

After receiving the Food Pack for the month of Ramadan she was very grateful for the help and relieved of the burden of working so hard.

Wed, 2 Nov, 2011     read more
Shahinur Begum
  Donation
Vocational Training Centre for Youth
Country  :  17
Year  :  46

Shahinur Begum

Shahinur aims to be a self-reliant

 

Shahinur Begum, 22 year old having 2 babies; her husband Shamim Hossain is an unemployed and very reluctant to work. He has no income and depends on his father’s income. But his father runs a small tea stall and it is very difficult to support entire family of 11 members. Because of poverty, Shahinur sends her daughter to back home. As her husband is an unemployed, her In- Laws family doesn’t take her easily and always blame her for this situation. They want Shahinur to earn and support family but her husband doesn’t allow her to work outside home. But she is struggling to be a self-employed to support her 2 children’s future and also her own sustainability.

 

Now, she is receiving skills training from HTN women development project on Block & Embroidery. She has knowledge on 4 chemicals and the use of 10 colors in designing clothes. She has technical knowhow on sewing and also completed basic sewing within a short time.

 

After finishing training, she wants to setup a tailoring house where Block & Embroidery will get first prioritized.  She wants to educate her 2 children. Whilst interviewing She said, “I am thankful to HTN for their support to me and hope they will also help me to setup a tailoring shop to continue livelihood”.

Fri, 21 Oct, 2011     read more
Children are back to school
  Donation
Free School Kits
Country  :  13
Year  :  61

Children are back to school

Impacts of School Kit project

Rajab Ali the father of 4 boys including Shafqat Ali, said: ‘’floods has broken our back by destroying our local sources of livelihood. I am still not stable and hardly earn enough to support my big family. My children could not go to school for many months due to floods. They lost their clothes, uniforms and books and everything during floods. When schools reopened until now I was unable to provide my kids with proper school items. My son shafqat told me last week that organization (HTN and RAF) came in his school and given him free uniform, school bags and other items. I was happy and prayed for the people of that organization may Allah make them bigger and enable them to reach more people like us. Now my boy is happy he can focus on his studies properly as he is well equipped now”.

12 years old, Shafqat Ali, studies in class 4th aims to become a police man and serve the area and his people and protect them from mischief. He said I was excited when I seen the van coming in our school and our teacher told us we will receive free school kits. My father was unable to provide me with uniform, and school kit, my teachers told me off at many occasions for not being able to come with required items and uniform. I never told my father as I did not want to make him upset as I knew he cannot afford to buy required items. I am well equipped now and can study properly. I am aiming to study after school with my cousins and I want to be police officer in my career”.

Tue, 29 Jan, 2013     read more
Hasi
  Donation
Basic Education for Street Children with Nutrition Back Up
Country  :  17
Year  :  61

Hasi

Hasi aims to be a government service holder!

 

Hasi, a 12 year old girl lives with her parents and 5 brothers and sisters in Ramna park staff quarter. Her father Moznu Mia is a park cleaner and her mother Rasheda Begum a housewife. Her father is mentally disabled and sometimes he is been out of control. Hasi and her one brother are also mentally disabled. Her mother falls in great difficulties with such disabled husband and children. She has no time to do any job outside home because she is busy taking care of them. Her father earns BDT 6000 monthly but when he is out of control due to mental sickness; their entire family suffers since he is the only earning member for the family.

 

They came from Munshigonj district which is standing on the bank of the mighty Padma River when she was only 2. They have no land in village and lost their house due to river bank erosion.

 

Hasi and her one brother study at HTN Ramna park school. She can write all Bengali and English alphabets from A to H. Because of stammering she can’t recite poems properly but always tries her best level. She can write mathematics 1-40 in number and in words. She also can solve simple addition and subtraction. She can write 7 days names in Bangla and English.

 

Now she is taking preparation to get admitted herself into a formal school and in future she wants to be a Govt. job holder. She said, “I never been to school before, because of HTN Open air school I got this opportunity. I am very much interested to continue my education and in future I want to become a government officer”.

Fri, 21 Oct, 2011     read more
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