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- Organizational Development
- Human Rights
- Environment & Climate Change
Concern Universal – Bangladesh (CUB) started its organizational development (OD) initiatives in January 2007. Then in April 2008, CU established OD as a separate unit. The vision of the unit is “self-sustaining local organization in the NGO sector throughout South Asia.” We are providing capacity supports to our partners...Read More
Our Vision: To improve the quality of lives of the most vulnerable people in Bangladesh. Our Mission: CUB, for contributing to the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) and addressing the national target in response to the objectives of the Bangladesh Poverty Reduction Strategy (BPRS), works for the vulnerable and underserved...Read More
The aim of livelihood programme is to promote self -reliance through initiatives such as income generation, Cash for Works programme, agricultural and marketing skill development and access to public and private services.Read More
Thanks to the ongoing support of the European Commission Humanitarian Aid Office (ECHO) and Cordaid, Concern Universal Bangladesh has been working for over six years in the sector of Disaster Risk Reduction with the objective to enhance the disaster resilience of vulnerable communities across the country.Read More
Human Rights Unit is function for promoting rights and respect of women, children and other vulnerable groups and protecting them from trafficking, exploitation and violence in South Asia. The action integrates community led rights based approach that enables women, children and other vulnerable groups to improve their rights and access...Read More
In Bangladesh, a large majority of the Bangladesh population, especially the rural poor, are dependant on natural resources to sustain their livelihoods. The natural environment is the basis of basic livelihood elements- income generation, nutrition, water, health and sanitation. Climate change and environmental degradation exist as a threat to...Read More