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Thursday , January 26 2023

বাংলাদেশের শীর্ষ 10 টি এমএফআই বা এন.জি.ও প্রতিষ্ঠান │Top 10 NGO in Bangladesh

Top 10 NGO in Bangladesh

Number- 01

ASA

Md. Shafiqual Haque Choudhury
Founder & President, ASA
One of the leading Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) and the best managed MFI of the world. ASA started its mission in 1978 with the aims to improve the condition of the people living at the bottom of the socio-economic pyramid and establish a society free from poverty and economic disparity.
REPORT:
As on June 2017 Number of Branches: 2,959 , Number of Members: 7,843,960
Borrowers: 6,794,853
CONTACT ADDRESS
ASA Tower, 23/3, Bir Uttam A.N.M. Nuruzzaman Sharak, Shyamoli, Mohammadpur, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh
Phone: +88 02 58155627, +88 02 58155175, +88 02 58155609
Fax: +88 02 9121861, +88 02 8116205
Email: asa@asabd.org

⬛ খুব খারাফ লাগে যখন আপনি আপনার প্রয়োজন মিটিয়ে চুপ করে এই সাইট থেকে চলে যান । কেনো আপনি কি পারতেন না একটি মাত্র শেয়ার করতে, পারতেন না কমেন্ট করে একটা ভালো রিভিউ দিতে, এখানেই তো কাজের অগ্রহ হারিয়ে যায় ।  শুধুমাত্র আপনাদের জন্য এ্যাডমিনেরা এই সাইটে আপনাদের জন্য উপকারে আসে এমন সকল কিছু আপানাদের সাথে শেয়ার করে । আপনি কখন অন্যের উপকারে আসবেন । অনুরোধ করে বলছি এখান থেকে আপনি যদি এতটুকু উপকার পেয়ে থাকেন তবে সেটা শেয়ার করে অন্যদের দেখার সুযোগ করে দিয়েন । 

Number – 02

BRAC

Sir Fazle Hasan Abed
Sir Fazle Hasan Abed KCMG
Founder and Chairperson, BRAC
Early in 1972, after the war was over, he returned to the newly-independent Bangladesh, finding the economy in ruins. The return of 10 million refugees, who had sought shelter in India during the war, called for urgent relief and rehabilitation efforts. Sir Fazle established BRAC to address the needs of refugees in a remote area of north-eastern Bangladesh, guided by a desire to help the poor develop their own capacity to better manage their lives.Today BRAC is one of the largest NGOs in the world, operating across eleven countries in Africa and Asia. Its primary objectives are to alleviate poverty and empower the poor. In 2018, for the third consecutive year, BRAC was ranked first among the world’s top 500 NGOs by Geneva-based ‘NGO Advisor’ in terms of impact, innovation and sustainability.
REPORT:
 As on June 2017 Number of Branches: 2,144 , Number of Members: 6,120,107
Borrowers: 5,535,452
CONTACT ADDRESS
BRAC Centre, 75 Mohakhali, Dhaka-1212.
 Tel- 880-2-9881265. E-mail- info@brac.nett

Number – 03

BURO Bangladesh

Zakir Hossain , Executive Director
BURO Bangladesh
BURO Bangladesh is a national non-government social development organization was established in 1990 intended to work for the poor and rural people to reduce both income and human poverty. Over the period, the organization emerges as a front ranking specialized microfinance institution. It provides high quality flexible financial and social services to one million low-income people, particularly the poor women.
REPORT:
As on June 2017 Number of Branches: 712 , Number of Members: 1,449,085
Borrowers: 999,496
CONTACT ADDRESS
House No: 12/A, Block No. CEN(F), Road No. 104, Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212
 Phone: 88-02-55059860,88-02-55059861,88-02-55059862
Email: buro@burobd.org, Web : www.burobd.org

Number- 04

TMSS

Prof. Dr. Hosne-Ara Begum
Executive Director ,TMSS
TMSS has been firstly know as Thengamara Mohila Sangha from 1694 as a Social Development Organization. On 1980 Prof. Dr. Hosne-Ara Begum reforms the organization as Thengamara Mohila Sabuj Sangha (TMSS) and gradually emerged as the biggest national women organization in Bangladesh. 
REPORT:
 As on June 2017 Number of Branches: 675 , Number of Members: 879,599
Borrowers: 739,801
CONTACT ADDRESS
Head Office : 631/5, West Kazipara, Mirpur-10, Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh
Phone : +88-02-55073530, 55073586 9013659
Fax: +88-02-55073540
Email : tmsseshq@gmail.com
Foundation Office     :
Rangpur Road, Thengamara, Bogra-5800, Bangladesh
Telephone: +88-051-78569, 78975
Fax: +88-051-78563
E-mail :tmsses@gmail.com

Number- 5

Shakti Foundation

Shakti Foundation for Disadvantaged Women (SFDW)
Dr. Humaira Islam, Founder & Executive Director
Shakti Foundation for Disadvantaged Women (SFDW)
Shakti Foundation was established by Humaira Islam, PhD and a group of social innovators committed to the socio-economic empowerment of disadvantaged women through their social and financial inclusion. Founded in 1992 as a non-governmental organization, our mission is to eradicate poverty and stabilize social security for underprivileged women across the country.
REPORT:
 As on June 2017 Number of Branches: 386 , Number of Members: 521,449
Borrowers: 471,010
CONTACT ADDRESS
Shakti Bhaban House 4, Road 1, Block A, Section 11, Mirpur, Pallabi, Dhaka-1216 , Phone-88 09613-444111Web: http://www.sfdw.org


Number-06

Society for Social Service (SSS)

Abdul Hamid Bhuiyan
Executive Director
SSS (Society for Social Service)
Society for Social Service (SSS) emerged under the auspices of a group of progressive, like-minded, energetic and committed development activists in November 1986 in order to improve socioeconomic condition of the poor as well as establish justice and peace in the society.
REPORT:
As on June 2017, Number of Branches: 331, Number of Members: 588,377,Borrowers: 490,032
CONTACT ADDRESS
Society for Social Service (SSS) Head Office: SSS Bhaban, Mymensingh Road, Tangail, Bangladesh. Phone- (+88)0921-63195, 63622 Email- info@sss-bangladesh.org Web : www.sss-bangladesh.org

Number-07

Jagorani Chakra Foundation

Md. Azadul Kabir Arzoo
Executive Director, Jagorani Chakra Foundation
At the end of 1975 some jubilant youths of Jessore formed Jagorani Chakra Foundation (JCF) to develop the situation of poor communities.  They also identified that the problem is more social and political than economical. JCF started its journey with adult literacy program and developed its own adult literacy curriculum which was a unique example at that time.
In 1976, JCF implemented its first development intervention and started non-formal education centre for the children and in 1977 got the registration from Directorate of Social Welfare. JCF still believes education is the key to all development and it is the first priority in taking any new intervention. In 1981, a new horizon opened before JCF when it started working with the untouchable community, the sweeper community. The success of this intervention gave JCF courage to go with community development approach and later JCF successfully implemented a number of community development projects whose beneficiaries are now running their own people’s institution by themselves.
REPORT:
As on June 2017 Number of Branches: 327, Number of Members: 459,649
Borrowers:398,303
CONTACT ADDRESS
46 Mujib Sarak, Jashore-7400, Bangladesh.
Tel: +88-042168823
E-mail: jcjsr@ymail.com Web-http://jcf.org.bd

Number-08

UDDIPAN

Dr. Khawja Shamsul Huda
Executive Director & CEO , UDDIPAN
Since its inception in 1984, UDDIPAN has progressed over time making strategic changes and paradigm shifts responding to social dynamics and changing needs and prorities of its target beneficiaries.
REPORT:
 As on June 2017 Number of Branches: 307 , Number of Members: 448,851
Borrowers: 334,536
CONTACT ADDRESS
House No – 09, R.No- 01, B-F
Janata Co-operative Housing Society Ltd
Ring Road, Adabar, Dhaka-1207
Telephone :880-2-58153216, 9145448
Fax : 880-2-9121538
Web : www.uddipan.org
Email : udpn@agni.com
info@uddipan.org 

Number-09

Padakhep Manabik Unnayan Kendra

Iqbal Ahammed
Member Secretary & Executive Director
Padakhep Manabik Unnayan Kendra
The endeavor of Padakhep started in 1986 with its own resources in a small remote village of Barisal district. The motto of the organization is to improve the socio-economic conditions of the by-passed, disadvantaged and most vulnerable people particularly the women and children in rural and urban areas. Beginning its journey, Padakhep as a national NGO has relentlessly marched forward successfully overcoming many hurdles and is currently working all over the country.
REPORT:
As on June 2017 Number of Branches: 296 , Number of Members: 357,543 Borrowers: 316,579
CONTACT ADDRESS
House# 548, Road# 10, Baitul Aman Housing Society, Adabar, Mohammadpur, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh. Phone: PABX 880-2-58151126, 58156925, 9128824 Fax: 880-2-9137361
E-mail: padakhep@padakhep.org, info@padakhep.org, Web:www.padakhep.org

Number-10

RDRS Bangladesh

Mohammad Enamul Kabir
Executive Director
RDRS Banglade4sh
Established in 1972 to assist with relief and rehabilitation of greater Rangpur-Dinajpur region immediately following the War of Independence, the RDRS program evolved into a sectoral then comprehensive effort. Formerly the Bangladesh field program of the Geneva-based Lutheran World Federation/Department for World Service, RDRS became a national development organization in 1997.
REPORT:
 As on June 2017, Number of Branches: 180 , Number of Members: 303,056 Borrowers: 253,770
CONTACT ADDRESS
House 43, Road 10, Sector 6, Uttara, Dhaka-1230 Tel: 88 02 – 58951802, 58951838, 58951843 Fax: 88 02 – 58951850 E-mail: rdrs@rdrsbangla.net Website: www.rdrsbangla.net

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