SAJIDA’s PROSHOMON Program held an Annual Review and Planning Meeting from 12 until 14 January, 2020 at Sonargaon Royal Resort, Narayanganj. Representatives of SAJIDA Foundation, alongside Concern Worldwide and BRAC, were present at the meeting to revisit the year’s successes and discuss their way forward for the New Year. Attendees also shared their experiences, highlighting the challenges and their learning outcomes, while also going over the specifics of the program objectives and activities.

Promoting Sustainable Health & Nutrition Opportunities for Marginalized Urban Extreme Poor Population (PROSHOMON) ensures access to quality health services in collaboration with Concern Worldwide with funding from European Union (EU) and the stewardship of the Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives. The program provides primary health and nutrition services to the marginalized population of the urban areas through a smart health card based voucher scheme to approximately 66,000 extreme poor population.