Uttaran, implementing livelihood and health interventions, through a 2 year program cycle aims to enable approximately 16,125 marginalized women-lead households living in 26 upazilas of Sirajganj, Pabna, Kushtia, Jhenaidah, Shariatpur, and Chandpur escape the poverty trap.


SAJIDA wishes to  to build on and expand their long history of urban poverty focused work to reach even more urban extreme poor communities across Bangladesh.


Safe water, sanitation, and hygiene are at the heart of sustainable development and critical to the survival of people; to that end, we have been working to provide the urban poor communities their basic right to health, happiness and dignity.

SAJIDA Hospital

SAJIDA Hospitals have emerged as an innovative model of sustainable health service delivery for low-middle-income groups, delivering health care under one roof and through expert medical professionals.

ILUEP-PDC (Amrao Manush)

The program works with the extremely deprived and vulnerable urban poor in Dhaka and Chittagong to provide essential services, primarily to those who struggle against formidable odds to survive.