(JCF) JAGORANI CHAKRA FOUNDATION

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Name
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JAGORANI CHAKRA FOUNDATION (JCF)
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Jagorani Chakra means
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The Wheel of Development
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Type of Organisation
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A Non Government Development Organisation
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Year of Establishment
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1976
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Registration Authority & Number
Directorate of Social Welfare
NGO Affairs Bureau
Joint Stock Company
Micro Credit Regulatory Authority
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SW/113/77 date: 29/03/77
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date: 11/4/87
Khulna-92 date: 27/04/04
MRA – 322 – 01714 – 00008 date 5-9-07
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Governing Body
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Number of Executive Committee members : 7
Number of General Committee members : 23
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Name and Designation of Chief Executive
: Azadul Kabir Arzoo
Executive Director
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Background
Jagorani Chakra Foundation (JCF) was established in 1976 as a national social welfare organisation in the
southwest region of Bangladesh. Over the years, Jagorani Chakra Foundation has established a reputation
as an organisation that is committed to address the needs of disadvantaged and vulnerable people in the
community, by focusing on their social and economic development.
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Philosophical Foundation
From the beginning Jagorani Chakra Foundation has felt that many existing development policies tend to
benefit only the privileged, and although it is not possible to solve all the problems faced by community, the
people themselves can identify their own priorities and plan the strategies which will lead to feasible
solutions. Jagorani Chakra Foundation believes that education is the key to social change, and that the
pace of development will be accelerated by the creation of self-awareness.
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Vision
Jagorani Chakra Foundation has a vision of socially just; economically sustainable and environmentally
balanced communities, where poverty has been overcome and people live in dignity and security.
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Mission
Jagorani Chakra Foundation will continue to operate local, regional and national programmes based on the
demands and potential of ultra poor, poor and disadvantaged communities to foster their confidence and
builds the capacity to share resources and also to develop, control and sustain their endeavours to find
greater prosperity and improve the material conditions of their lives.
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Goal
The goal of Jagorani Chakra Foundation is to support the process of poverty alleviation and the creation of
socio-economic equity through the promotion of sustainable community based people’s institutions.
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Objectives
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Human Institution Development, capacity building and sustainability
Objective 1.1
Objective 1.2
To reach a greater number of people whose poverty and vulnerability can be reduced through
community based institutions.
To ensure basic quality education for children in poor & disadvantaged communities.
Objective 1.3
To help disadvantaged & vulnerable children develop, through education, training and
guidance in life skills, so that they become part of a skilled workforce and responsible
members of society.
Objective 1.4
To develop the technical capacity of community people to improve their livelihood.
Objective 1.5
To develop systems for generating and mobilising local resources to raise the income of the
poor.
Objective 1.6
To increase the use of environmentally friendly inputs and equipment in agriculture to control
and reduce environmental pollution.
Objective 1.7
To facilitate a way for people and their institutions to take responsibility for community health
and ensure access to existing public health services.
Objective 1.8
To develop the capacity to respond to the community people during any natural disaster
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Human Rights and Social Justice
Objective 2.1
To reduce discrimination by influencing the formulation and implementation of legal
procedures
Objective 2.2
To build the capacity for establishing the basic human rights of rural and urban communities.
Objective 2.3
To work jointly with peoples’ institutions and disadvantaged people to advocate human rights
and issues of local concerns.
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Organisational Sustainability
Objective 3.1
To develop Jagorani Chakra Foundation as an organisation that learns from assessment,
innovation and demonstration.
Objective 3.2
To ensure the effectiveness of organisational management
Objective 3.3
To plan and implement strategies for maintaining the financial sustainability of the
Organisation.
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Map of Working Areas
No. of District: 32
No. of Upazila: 144
No. of Union: 1,772
No. of Villages: 14,019
No. of ward under
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
06.
07.
08.
09.
10.
Different Municipalities: 209
No. of ward under
Dhaka city Corporation
: 09
Khulna city Corporation
: 31
Rajshahi Metropolitan city : 30
Rangpur City Corporation : 33
Jessore
Jhenaidah
Narail
Magura
Kushtia
Chuadanga
Meherpur
Khulna
Bagerhat
Satkhira
Barishal Division
11. Pirojpur
12. Barishal
13. Jhalokhati
14. Barguna
PANCHAGAR
LALMONIRHAT
NILPHAMARI
THAKURGAON
Working Areas
(name of districts)
Khulna Division
KURIGRAM
DINAJPUR
Dhaka Division
15. Faridpur
16. Rajbari
17. Gopalgonj
18. Madaripur
19. Sharyatpur
20. Dhaka
21. Manikgonj
22. Tangail
RANGPUR
GAIBANDHA
JAIPURHAT
SHERPUR
SUNAMGANJ
NAOGAON
JAMALPUR
BOGRA
SYLHET
NETROKONA
CHAPAI NOBABGONJ
MYMENSING
RAJSHAHI
MOULVIBAZAR
SIRAJGANJ
NATOR
HABIGANJ
KISHOREGANJ
TANGALI
Rajshahi Division
23. Rajshahi
24. Natore
25. Pabna
26. Chapainowabgonj
27. Sirajgonj
GAZIPUR
PABNA
NARSINDI
MEHERPUR
KUSHTIA
MANIKGANJ
CHUADANGA
DHAKA
BRAHAMANBARIA
RAJBARI
JHENAIDAH
MUNSHIGANJ
FARIDPUR
COMILLA
MAGURA
SHARIYATPUR
JESSORE
KHAGRACHHARI
CHANDPUR
GOPALGANJ
FENI
LAKSHIPUR
NOAKHALI
BARISAL
KHULNA
SATKHIRA
Rangpur Division
28. Rangpur
29. Dinajpur
MADARIPUR
NARAIL
RANGAMATI
PIROJPUR
BAGERHAT
JHALAKATI
Chittagong Division
SANDIWP
CHITTAGONJ
30. Comilla
31. Chandpur
32. Feni
PATUAKHALI
BHOLA
BORGUNA
BANDARBAN
BAY
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BAYOF
OFBENGA
BENGAL
COXSBAZAR
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Statistical Information
Number of Offices & Training Centre
Head Office
5. Area Offices
Dhaka Liaison Office
:
01
6. Branch Offices
Program/Project Offices
:
37
Total Office
Zonal Offices
:
10
Training Center
1.
2.
3.
4.
:
:
:
43
272
364
:
02
Employees: 4,522
Total Employees: 4,522
Donor
Supported Staff
1,777
(39%)
Female, 1,188,
26%
JCF Supported
Staff
2,745
(61%)
Male, 3,334,
74%
Staff Growth 2007- 2014
Staff Growth: 2007-2014 (June)
7,000
5728
6,000
5773
5,000
3,000
4590
4772
4,439
4,000
5646
4522
3,207
2,000
1,000
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
4
2011
2012
2013
2014
Beneficiaries
Direct Beneficiaries
Indirect Beneficiaries
8,39,213 (male: 2,63,262, female: 5,75,951)
35, 24,695
:
:
Beneficiaries Growth: 2007-2014 (June)
964011
1000000
892130
781733
775,985
800000
755957
839213
655167
604,582
600000
400000
200000
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Education for Children
Total School: 1,093
Total Student: 50,168
Boys
25,148
(50%)
Girls
25,020
(50%)
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2013
2014
Statistical Information
Credit (June 2014)
Revolving Loan Fund
Lone Outstanding
Cumulative Loan Disbursed
:
:
:
US$ 101,302,623
US$ 91,324,296
US$ 729,974,138
Borrowers: 3, 41, 143
Male
:
65,625
Female : 2, 75, 518
(BD TK.
(BD TK.
(BD TK.
790, 16, 04, 610)
712, 32, 95, 114)
5693, 79, 82, 768)
Total Borrower: 3,41,143
Male
65,625
(19%)
Female
275,518
( 81%)
Financial Growth 2008 - 2012
1,600,000,000
1,400,000,000
1,200,000,000
1,000,000,000
Income
800,000,000
Expenditure
Net Income
600,000,000
400,000,000
200,000,000
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
Support Services
a Administration and HRD Department
a Finance and Accounts Department
a Monitoring and Evaluation Cell
a Internal Audit Cell
a Reporting & MIS Cell
a Documentation Cell
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2011-2012
List of Present Programmes
(Sector wise/Issue based)
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Programmes
Donors
Sustainable Livelihood
Support for Sustainable Organisation of the Extreme poor Women Development
Programme (SSOEPWDP)
Social and Economic Empowerment of Ultra-Poor (SEEUP)
Sustainable Technology transfer to Enhance Productivity for ultra poor (STEP UP)
Valu-based Holistic Community Development Project (VBHCDP)
Elimination of Extreme Poverty and Food Security through Community Empowerment
(EEPFICE)
Sustainable Agriculture, Food Security & Linkages (SAFAL)
Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia (CSISA)
Local Agri-business Network (LAN)
NETZ – Germany
NETZ Bangladesh & BMZ
NETZ & EU
Heifer International
Heifer International
SOLIDARIDAD
CYMMIT, IRRI &
WorldFish
Helvetas Swiss
Intercooparation &
Katalyst.
Education: ECD, Non-formal & Formal
Quality Primary Education for Students from Marginalized and Extreme poor Families in
Bangladesh (QUEST)
Quality Primary Education for Children from Extremely Poor Families in Bangladesh :
Constructions and Management of Community School (CS)
PROTEEVA– Promoting Talent Through Early Education
READ- Reading Enhancement for Advancing Development
Community Primary School
Education Equity for Out-of-School-Children Project (EEOSCP)
Shisu Sargo- Children’s Education Program ( SSCEP)
Nur Jalal Shishu Ananda Nikaton (Orphanage)
Professor Sharif Hossain Scholarship Program
BMZ & NETZ Bangladesh
BMZ & NETZ
Bangladesh
Save the Children, USAID
Save the Children
Own fund
UNICEF
Own Fund
Own fund
Own fund
Environmental Sustainability
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Improving Rural Effective Total Sanitation through Female Local Government Members of
Union Parishad Led Intervention in Bangladesh
Panii Jibon
JCF Solar Mission
Bill & Melinda Gates
Foundation & EPRC
Helvetas Swiss intercoop.
IDCOL
Microfinance
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Microfinance Programme
Microfinance Programme
Programmed Initiatives for Monga Eradication (PRIME)
Enhancing Resource & Increasing Capacities of the Poor Households towards Elimination
of their Poverty (ENRICH)
Human Rights and Social Justice
Disabled Rehabilitation Programme (DRP)
Children’s Haven- a programme for the rehabilitation and education of the children of sex
workers (CHP)
Community based child Protection Project (CBCPP)
Shishu Kontho (SK)
PKSF
Own Fund
PKSF
PKSF
Own fund
UNICEF
Own fund
Health Interventions
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30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Adolescent Health
HIV/AIDS Prevention
Nutrition Programme
Water & Sanitation
Good Governance
Strengthening Civil Engagement in Elections & Political Process for Enhanced
Transparency & Democratic Accountability
Linkages
Organisational Sustainability
Self Reliant Project (SRP- 1; (Agriculture, Rice & Oil Mill, Fish Hatchery)
Self Reliant Project (SRP- 3; Fish Culture)
Self Reliant Project (SRP- 4; Handicraft)
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Own fund
Own fund
Own fund
Own fund
The Asia Foundation
Own fund
Own fund
Own fund
Own fund
Support for Sustainable Organisation of the Extreme Poor Women’s
Development Programme (SSOEPWDP)
Donor: NETZ German
Duration: January 2011- December 2014
Contact person: Shailendra Nath Das, Project Director
Phone: 01718 064613, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
An independent women’s organisation has been established and working for developing livelihood
and ensuring rights of the extreme poor women.
Major Component/Activities
School Programme
Passing on Gift
Tanning
Legal Support & advice camp
Vaccination Camp
Community Shop
Water & Sanitation
Homestead Gardening
Initiatives to protect women & Child discrimination
Savings & credit
Operational Area
District: 01 (Chuadanga), Upazila: 02 (Damurhuda & Jibonnagar), Union: 13, Village: 87
Pre-School: 25, Student: 689 (boys: 323, girls: 366)
Other Information
No. of Employees: 72 (male- 10; female- 62), regular: 47; irregular: 25
No. of Beneficiaries: 7,062 (female), No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 29,660
Savings: Tk. 15,294,759 ; Savers: 7,062; Borrower: 7,062
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Social and Economic Empowerment of Ultra-Poor (SEE UP)
Donor: NETZ Bangladesh, BMZ
Duration: January 2010 – April 2014
Contact person: Md. Monayem Hossain, Project Manager
Phone : 01726 117962, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
To contribute to the eradication of extreme poverty and hunger in Bangladesh (MDG 1)
Major Component/Activities
Federation Fund Collection
GO/NGO Linkage & Networking
FDP Follow up
Skill Development Training
Transfer of Productive Assets
Contribution Collection
Savings Collection
Vaccination and Treatment through Para vet
Focus Group Session (Health, Hygiene, Nutrition)
Profitability analysis
Federation Development
Operational Area
District: 01 (Rangpur), Upazila: 02 (Kaunia & Gangachara), Union: 08, Village: 23
Other Information
No. of Employees: 16 (male: 13, female: 03)
No. of Beneficiaries: 1,661 (female)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 6,976
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Sustainable Technology transfer to Enhance Productivity
For Ultra Poor (STEP UP)
Donor: European Union & NETZ Bangladesh
Duration: December 2011- November 2014
Contact person: Md. Monayem Hossain, Project Manager
Phone : 01726 117962, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
To contribute to food and nutrition of the poorest 20% of the population in severely food insecure and
hard to reach areas in Bangladesh with a high rate of indigenous people
Major Component/Activities
Provide skill training for ultra-poor Households on sustainable integrated farming systems and technologies.
Facilitate continued productive investments for income generation.
Provide systematic counseling and demonstration on sustainable integrated farming and its management.
Conduct market studies and market chain of 5 potential product of ultra-poor
Established and strengthen 151 village level groups and at latest 1 federation at each UP/GP level as self -help
institutions.
Facilitate federation to organize their activities (meetings, campaigns, cultural events etc) at UP/GP and subdistrict level.
Systemize locally adapted sustainable agricultural technologies/methods including local knowledge and publish
handbooks feasible for disadvantaged groups
Operational Area
District: 01 (Rangpur)
Upazila: 03 (Pirgacha, Kaunia & Gongachara) Union: 12, Village: 88
Other Information
No. of Employees: 37 (male: 35, female: 02)
No. of Beneficiaries: 2,452 (female)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 10,298
Savings: 2766413; Savers: 2,352
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Values-based Holistic Community Development Project (VBHCDP)
Donor: Heifer Project International, Bangladesh
Duration: 2012- June 2014 (Reporting Period)
Contact person: Md. Mamun Chowdhury, Team Leader
Phone: 01714-353408, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
To build strong, sustainable communities in the Nator District of Bangladesh
Major Component/Activities
Purchase, ensure and vaccinate livestock
Distribute improved breed of livestock to the participant
Improved animal management training
Provide kitchen gardening and horticulture training
Provide seed and sapling of vegetables and fruit trees
Ensure the poultry cage building by 75 participants
Operational Area
District: 01 (Nator)
Upazila: 01 (Baraigram), Union: 01 (Joari), Village: 01 (Joari)
Other Information
No. of Employees: 06 (male: 05 female: 01)
No. of Beneficiaries: 275 family
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 1,155
Savings: 10, 19,549, Saver: 275; Borrower: 94
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Elimination of Extreme Poverty and Food Insecurity through
Community Empowerment Project (EEPFICE)
Donor: Heifer Project International, Bangladesh
Duration: March 2013 – Feb. 2016+2 years reporting period.
Contact person: Md. Mamun Chowdhury, Project Coordinator
Phone: 01714-353408, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
To eliminate extreme poverty and food insecurity through community empowerment.
1. By the end of the project period 100% of the project participating families have moved above the
poverty line of US$2 a day and 85% have sustainable livelihoods.
2. By the end of the project period, project participants have improved their nutrition situation,
health and sanitation condition and having safe drinking water.
3. By the end of project, participating families and groups have adopted environment friendly
practices.
4. By the end of the project period 100% project families are organized into farmer organizations
with increased solidarity and harmony.
Major Component/Activities
Self help Group (SHG) Formation
Support different economic activities of project participants by micro credit fund of the
organization.
Conduct trainings on Improved Animal Management, Improved Natural Agriculture Practices,
Nutrition and sanitation, SHG management, training on human nutrition, forage and fodder
plantation gender justice training, disaster preparedness and climate change.
Build collaboration with sub district, Union and Community clinic level health and nutrition workers
and programs
Provide productive assets for income generation like, chickens, seeds, different tree saplings and
fodder plants for cultivation.
Operational Area
District: 01 (Natore)
Upazila: 01 (Baraigram), Union: 02 (Joari & Majhgaon), Village: 03
Other Information
No. of Employees: 08 (male: 07, female: 01)
No. of Beneficiaries: 625 (female), No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 2,625
Total Savings: 5, 41,479, Total Savers: 625 Female
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Sustainable Agriculture, Food Security & Linkages (SaFaL)
Donor: The Kingdom of the Netherlands
Duration: November 2013 – September 2016
Contact person: Md. Touhidul Islam, Project Director
Phone: 01716 115605 E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
To enhance food and nutrition security of small farmers and landless workers in Southwest
Bangladesh with a focus on developing resilient livelihoods through promoting sustainable agricultural
production and market chain development
Major Component/Activities
Formation of Sub-Sector Producer Group (PG)
Problem Identification and Annual Action plan Development
Lead Farmer Selection
Piloting Plat Identification
Operational Area
District: 02 (Jessore & Narail), Upazila: 06 (Avoynagar, Monirampur & Bagharpara; Narail Sadar,
Kalia & Lohagora) Union: 33, Village: 217
Other Information
No. of Employees: 48 (male: 36, female: 12)
No. of Beneficiaries: 23,113 (male: 11,152 female 11,961)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 97,075
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Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia (CSISA)
Donor: CYMMIT, IRRI & World Fish
Duration: October 2013- September 2014
Contact person: Sk. Ashraf Hossain, Development Officer
Phone: 01711-319717, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
To increase farm household income and agricultural productivity focusing on improved cereal
cropping systems, fish, livestock and other high-value agricultural crops and vegetables.
Major Component/Activities
a Widespread delivery, participatory fine-tuning and adoption of improved varieties, production
technologies and natural resource management for cereal and fish systems in order to
improve productivity, income and resilience to risk.
a Socioeconomic and farming systems analysis for technology targeting and the development
and improvement of market linkages and livelihood systems for inclusive agricultural growth
and sustainable poverty reduction.
a Formalize for the parties, the project targets and time frame, fund allocation, indemnity and
liability, intellectual property right, amendments and modifications and termination of the
agreement.
Operational Area
District: 04 (Jessore, Jhenidah Chudanga, & Magura)
Upazila: 16 (Jessore Sadar, Jikorgasha, Sharsha, Monirampur, Keshobpur, Kotchandpur, Chougasha,
Kaligonj, Moeshpur, Horinakundo, Jhenaidha Sadar, Chuadanga Sadar, Dhamurhuda, Alamdanga, Magura
Sadar and Shalika), Union: 89, Village: 356
Other Information
No. of Employees: 25 (male: 24, female: 01)
No. of Beneficiaries: 3,300 (male: 2,785, female: 515)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 13,460
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Local Agri-business Network (LAN)
Donor: Helvetas Swiss Intercooparation & Katalyst.
Duration: April 2014 – December 2016
Contact person: Md. Mahbur Rahman, Upazilla Facilitator
Phone: 01734-959239, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
The overall goal of the project is to contribute to pro-poor economic growth within the
agricultural sector by improving the service system of farmers and rural market actors
operating at local levels in Bangladesh.
Major Component/Activities
a Select and orient interested and potential Agricultural TA on vision of the project and
Benefits of TA-FG network, and establish MOU.
a Organize learning visits for the Representatives of potential TA.
a Contract organizations/consultants to facilitate training on FG induction.
a Facilitate TA to establish contracts with local service providers to map existing FG.
a Facilitate TA to hold launching events followed by establishment of MOU with new TA
a Facilitate TA to organize induction workshop and need assessment.
a Facilitate TA and selected BMO to develop vision, prepare action plan and to transfer the
plan into action.
Operational Area
District: 07 (Barisal, Madaripur, Jhalokati , Barguna, Pirospur, Bagherhat, Khulna.)
Upazila: 30 (Barisal Sadar, Babuganj, Banaripara, Waizirpur, Muladi, Madaripur Sadar, Agoljhora, Gournodi,
Kalkini, Razor, Jhalokati Sadar, Razapur, Sorupkati, Vandaria, Bakerganj, Barguna Sadar, Betagi, Amtali,
Pirospur Sadar, Nazirpur, Motbaria, Koukhali, Zianagar, Rampal, Mongla, Morolganj, Dakop, Fultola,
Tarokhada, Piakgacha), Union: 273, Village: 546
Other Information
No. of Employees: 07 (male)
No. of Beneficiaries: 42,296 (male: 33,796, female: 8,500)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 1, 77,643
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Quality Primary Education for Students from Marginalized and
Extreme poor Families in Bangladesh (QUEST)
Donor: BMZ & NETZ Bangladesh
Duration: March 2012- December 2015
Contact person: Md. Mizanur Rahman, Area Coordinator
Phone: 01714-605275, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
Children from extreme poor and indigenous families, living in remote areas, have access to inclusive
and qualitative pre-primary and primary education.
Major Component/Activities
Establish 40 pre-schools and 80 NFPE schools; renovation of 40 formal primary schools.
Develop concept and materials for the teachers’ trainings.
Organising health camps and providing additional food supply to students during Monga season.
Operate 40 pre-School and 80 NFPE School.
Support for children of high drop-out-risk by education support officers at 40 formal schools.
Promote the involvement of parents and school management committees in the schools.
Establish network with local authorities, NGOs and Civil Society.
Support students in their transition to secondary schools from grade- 6.
Operational Area
District: 01 (Rangpur)
Upazila: 02 (Kaunia & Gangachara), Union: 09, Village: 61, School: 160, Student: 11,574
Other Information
No. of Employees: 158 (male: 49, female: 109)
No. of Beneficiaries: 11,574 (boy: 5,781, girl: 5,793)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 48,611
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Quality Primary Education for Children from Extremely Poor
Families in Bangladesh : Construction and Management of
Community School (CS)
Donor: BMZ & NETZ Bangladesh
Duration: November 2012 to December 2015
Contact person: Md. Alamgir kabir, Area Coordinator
Phone: 01754048316, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
1080 ultra poor and poor children, who had no access to education before, will attain an inclusive
quality education at 9 newly built community schools in the district of Rangpur.
1. 9 new community schools (CS) have been set up
2. An education of high quality with a low rate of school droop-out and positive learning results
are achieved at each school.
3. The local community participates actively in schools’ operation.
Major Component/Activities
Selection of adequate locations, construction and equipment of 9 new primary schools.
Official inauguration of each school in the presence of representative of public education authorities.
Selection and training of 27 teachers and 3 programme organizer.
Selection of students, regular operation of 9 schools.
Organising medical camps twice a year for students
Provision of food during Monga season.
Support creative learning process (e.g. cultural and sport event, lending of books).
Continuous dialogue of teachers with parents, setting up School-Management Committees at 9 schools.
Organizing annual roundtables on primary education with representatives of government and civil society.
Operational Area
District: 01 (Rangpur)
Upazila: 03 (Gangachara, Kaunia & Pirgacha), Union: 06, Village: 09, School: 09, Student: 808
Other Information
No. of Employees: 30 (male: 07, female: 23)
No. of Beneficiaries: 808 (boy: 402, girl: 406)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 3,394
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PROTEEVA-
Promoting Talent through Early Education
Donor: Save the Children
Duration: March 2010 - August 2014
Contact person: Ashish K. Chatterjee, Project Director
Phone : 01727-536894, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
Improve Primary School enrolment, Completion and academic performance for children in
Bangladesh.
Major Component/Activities
Early Childhood (ECD)
a)
Pre-primary (school base)
b)
Pre-primary (Community base)
c)
Parenting session with Learning basket
d)
Sisimpur
Primary Education (PE)
a)
Reception and Orientation (RO)
b)
Reading Buddy and Mentoring (RBM)
c)
Community after school circle (CAC)
d)
Children Magazine
e)
Interactive Teaching Learning
f)
Teachers Magazine
g)
School Management Committee (SMC)
Education & Equity
Community Mobilization
Monitoring & Evaluation
Operational Area
District: 04 (Jessore, Jhenaidah, Magura & Norail)
Upazila: 09
(Monirampur, Jhikargasha, Jhenidah Sadar, Sailokupa, Magura Sadar, Mohammadpur, Narail Sadar, Lohagara, Kalia.)
Union: 95, Village: 346, School: 480, Student: 13,696
Other Information
No. of Employees: 544 (male: 49, female: 495) Regular: 64 (male: 49, Female: 15), Irregular: 480 (female)
No. of Beneficiaries: 1, 33, 576 (male: 65,047, female: 68,529), Student: 13,696 (boys: 6, 911 girls: 6,785)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 5, 61,019
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Reading Enhancement for Advancing Development (READ)
Donor: Save the Children/ USAID
Duration: December 2013 – November 2015
Contact person: Md. Ariful Islam, Project Director
Phone: 01716372731, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
a All primary school students in Bangladesh attain expected learning outcomes and competencies;
a Increased reading competences among grade 1-3 students in READ- supported schools in the
selected districts of READ
Major Component/Activities
Improved ability of teachers to teach early grades reading
Reading instruction skills strengthened (INSET)
Increased instructional supervision
Teachers’ capacity to use ICT resources
Classroom Diagnostic Assessment Tool developed
assessment results used to track reading performance progress
Standards developed to improve the quality children’s reading materials
Access to ample & appropriately-leveled reading materials
Digital reading materials development
Operational Area
District: 02 (Jessore & Magura)
Upazila: 04 (Monirampur, Jhikorgacha, Magura Sadar & Mohammadpur), Union: 44, Village: 144
Total School: 120, Student: 13,264 (boys: 6,835, girls: 6,429)
Other Information
No. Employees: 41 (male: 31, female: 10)
No. of Beneficiaries: 16,037 (male: 8,608, female: 7,429)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 67,355
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Community School Programme
Donor: Own Fund
Duration: January 2012- On going
Contact person: Nahin Akther, Programme Coordinator
Phone: 01712 590391
Goal/Objectives
Ensure Quality Education for Disadvantage Children.
Major Component/Activities
Conduct Class Regularly
Arrange Special Coaching for Slow Learner
Follow Government Curriculum & NCTB Books
Co-curricular Activities
Teachers Training
Parents Meeting
Operational Area
District: 01 (Jessore)
Upazila: 01 (Jessore Sadar)
Jessore Municipality (Word: 1 3, 5 & 7) Upashahar Union (E- Block)
School: 5 Students: 798
Other Information
No. Employees: 25 (male- 02 female- 23)
No. of Beneficiaries: 798 (boys- 338, girls- 460)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 3,398
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Education Equity for Out-of-School-Children Project (EEOSCP)
Donor: UNICEF
Duration: October 2012- December 2015
Contact person: Muhammad Firoz Rahman, Project Director
Phone: 01716 224911 E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
a To contribute for achieving MDGs, increasing literacy rate and coverage of Primary Education
enrollment.
a The propose `Equity Education’ intervention will ensure that Oosc children 8-14 years age in
Satkhira district(i)
(ii)
(iii)
receive age appropriate primary education that supports and nurtures their
learning,
are ready for primary school (grade one to five), and
avail a safe learning environment.
Major Component/Activities
Component I: Ability-Based Learning for Out of School children 8-14 years old
Component II: Communication for Development
Component III: Capacity Development
Operational Area
District: 01 (Satkhira)
Upazila: 02 (Assasuni & Shaymnagar) Union: 23, Village: 231
School: 250, Student: 7,475
Other Information
No. of Employees: 290 (male: 75, female: 215)
No. of Beneficiaries: 7,475 (boys: 3,637, girls: 3,838)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 31,395
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Shisu Sargo-
Children’s Education Program
(SSCEP)
Donor: Own Fund
Duration: January 2013- On going
Contact person: Aditi Arzoo, Project Director
Phone: 01717 354486, E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
Goal
Disadvantaged children will have access to quality primary education.
Objectives
The general objective of the program is to provide opportunity to the disadvantaged children to have
access to quality education, which will help them to acquire knowledge, skills, capacities, values and
attitude to improve quality of their life.
Major Component/Activities
Improve teachers’ knowledge and capacity to make them able to apply teaching-learning as per PoT
approach in class-room situation.
Improve knowledge, skills and capacity of teachers and trainers to make able to develop teachinglearning materials, plan lessons as per PoT principles and guidelines.
Provide opportunity to disadvantaged children to develop themselves as the responsible actors of the
society through non formal education.
Build up saving attitude trough Shisu Samiti.
Develop cultural mentality through Extra Curricula Activities
Build up teachers parents collaboration through Parent Teachers Meetings
Operational Area
District: 01 (Dhaka)
Dhaka City Corporation, Mohammadpur Thana, Word # 43, School: 1
Other Information
No. of Employees: 12 (female)
No. of Beneficiaries: 255 (boys: 138, girls: 117)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 1,071
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Nur Jalal Shishu Ananda Nikaton-
Orphanage
Donor: Own Fund
Duration: January 2008 – On going
Contact person: Md. Tabibur Rahman, Superintendent
Phone: 01736 139802
Goal/Objectives
Ensure shelter, food, cloth & education for 20 orphans (boys) from the poor families.
.
Major Component/Activities
Education
Co-curriculum
Residential care
Site
District: Jhenaidah
Upazila: Kotchandpur
Union: Dora
Other Information
No. of Employees: 02 (male- 01, female- 01)
No. of Beneficiaries (orphan students): 05 (boys)
(Class II- 1, III- 1, IV- 1, VI- 2)
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Professor Sharif Hossain Scholarship for Higher Education
Donor: Own Fund
Duration: 2008- On going
Contact person: Hasib Nawaz, Public Relation Officer
Phone: 01718 845032 E-mail: [email protected]
Goal
Ensure accessibility in higher education of students from poor families.
Objectives
To make the ways of higher education easy for poor and meritorious students of JCF working areas
and staff whose education life are suffering for financial hardship.
The education fund will be available for those who are either children of low salaried staff of JCF
(those staff who are not giving IT are considered to be low salaried staff) or HSC passed students
studying at higher educational institutions of poor families under JCF working areas.
Fund
The fund is created by 1% monthly salary contribution of JCF staff, donation collected from other
sources and JCF own fund. The amount of scholarship is fixed by considering one student’s minimum
requirement.
Specification
The scholarship may be awarded for the poor but meritorious students considering their minimum
requirement in the following one or more events1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Admission fee
Examination fee
Tuition fee/Session charge
Dormitory
Book purchase
Fees of private tutor
Others
Qualification for the Candidates
·
·
·
Satisfactory results in SSC and HSC (GPA 4.8 without counting the 4th subject in one exam
and GPA 4.6 in other exam)
Students who are interested to get higher education but don’t have financial capability
Interested to assist needy students financially in future.
Operational Area
District: 29 (JCF working areas)
Other Information
No. of Scholar: 30 (male: 19, female: 11)
No. of Educational Institution
Dhaka University- 12, Bangladesh Agricultural University- 05, Jahangirnagor University- 01, Islamic
University, Kushtia- 01, Jessore Science & Technology University- 01, Bangladesh Textile University- 01,
Sher- e- Bangla Medical College, Barishal- 03, Rajshahi Medical College- 02, Pabna Medical College- 01,
Rangpur Medical College- 01, Faridpur Medical College-1 & Govt. M. M. College, Jessore- 01
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Improving Rural Effective Total Sanitation through Female Local
Government Members of Union Parishad Led Intervention in Bangladesh
Donor: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Duration: May 2012 – April 2015
Contact person: Md. Lutfor Rahman, Project Coordinator
Phone: 01716 887064, E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
Develop and test a model for effective sanitation in rural Bangladesh.
Major Component/Activities
Census on latrines/sanitation in households
Girls and Women need assessment
Mass awareness
Basic Training on Total Sanitation
Sanitation sub committee development
Posting of information in public boards
Operational Area
District: 02 (Dinajpur & Comilla)
Upazila: 06 (Birgonj, Birol, Kaharol, Parbotipur & Devidhwar, Muradnagar)
Union: 32, Village: 115
Other Information
No. of Employees: 03 (male)
No. of Beneficiaries: 50,000 (Female)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 2, 10,000
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Panii Jibon
Donor: Helvetas Swiss intercooperation
Duration: October 2013 - December 2015
Contact person: Hasan Aref, Director- Program
Phone: 01714 023059, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
Communities improved their livelihoods through climate change adaptation and increased resilience
to water related threats.
Specific Objective: 1. Communities improve their well-being and resilience by increasing permanent
access to safe drinking water.
Specific Objective: 2. Improved adaptation to climate change through improved food production in
saline land and waters.
Major Component/Activities
Identify best system for access to safe drinking water.
Promote and establish sample and low cost save drinking water systems (rain water harvesting etc)
Build the capacity of the community to manage and maintain the drinking water systems.
Facilitate linkages with relevant public and private sector actors to ensure inputs and services
Support linkages with local government institutions (Ups---) to support the communities’ plans.
Promotion of saline tolerant crop and related technologies in particular rice, in collaboration with the
public and private sector.
Establishment of demonstration plots.
Operational Area
District: 01 (Bagerhat)
Upazila: 01 (Morrelgonj) Union: 06 Village: 64
Other Information
No. of Employees: 08 (male)
No. of Beneficiaries: 2,700 (male: 2,107 female: 593)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 11,340
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JCF Solar Mission
Donor: Infrastructure Development Company Limited (IDCOL)
Duration: January-2011 - On going
Contact person: Md. Hadisuzzaman, Project Director
Phone: 01712 104695, E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
To ensure ultra clean, natural and a sustainable source of energy and increase the working hour after
dusk to the non grid areas of Bangladesh. That provides non polluting lighting services.
Major Component/Activities
Supply renewable energy.
Lighting in the rural areas.
Increase the working hour.
Save the conventional fuel sources.
Reduce the green house gas emission.
Operational Area
District: 18
(Jessore, Magura, Jhinaidah, Narail, Khulna, Bagerhat, Satkhira, Faridpur, Gopalgonj, Madaripur, Sariatpur,
Manikgonj, Comilla, Chadpur, Tangail, Sirajgonj, Barisal & Rajbari)
Upazila: 71, Union/Words: 395 Village: 1,482
Other Information
No. of Employees: 215 (male)
No. of Beneficiaries: 37,054 (male: 20,147; female: 16,907)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 1, 55,627
No. of Borrower: 9,871 (male: 4,639, female: 5,232)
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Microfinance Programme (PKSF)
Donor: PKSF
Duration: 1990- On going
Contact person: Md. Wahiduzzaman, Director (MFP)
Phone: 01711 805471, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
To make a sustainable contribution to the long term Poverty Alleviation, Women Empowerment and
Job creation by providing micro credit support of the rural poor people.
Major Component/Activities
Introduce appropriate, easy & suitable credit system according to the need of the farmers.
Introduce profitable & sustainable agricultural production system to increase the
purchasing ability by increasing real income of the farmers.
Introduce alternative crops cultivation to low income farmers.
Introduce & supply new resources according to the capacity
of the farmers & small entrepreneurs to raise additional income.
Encourage the farmers to use various skills like beef fattening, Milky cow rearing,
fish culture, goat & other cattle rearing.
Arrange regular awareness program to motivate & boost the farmers for livestock & various crops cultivation.
Collaborate with national & international development agencies to acquire
high technical knowledge of production & new crops cultivation.
Initiate, undertake & arrange training program for the farmers to acquire modern agriculture knowledge.
Operational Area
District: 24
(Jessore, Narail, Magura, Jhenaidah, Kushtia, Chuadanga, Meherpur, Khulna, Satkhira, Bagerhat, Faridpur,
Rajbari, Gopalgonj, Rajshahi, Pabna, Natore, Nawabgonj, Dhaka, Madaripur, Shariatpur, Chandpur, Pirozpur,
Rangpur, & Feni)
Upazila: 99, Union/Words: 1, 363 Village: 7,709
Other Information
No. of Employees: 2,312 (male: 2,247, female: 65)
No. of Beneficiaries: 3, 71,798 (male: 66,840; female: 3, 04,958)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 15, 61,552
No. of Borrower: 2,75,048 (male: 51,373, female: 2, 23,675)
Savings: Tk. 224,54,25,884 Severs: 3, 71,798
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Microfinance Programme (Non PKSF)
Donor: Own fund
Duration: 1990- On going
Contact person: Md. Wahiduzzaman, Director (MFP)
Phone: 01711 805471, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
To make a sustainable contribution to the long term Poverty Alleviation, Women Empowerment and
Job creation by providing micro credit support of the rural poor people.
Major Component/Activities
Introduce appropriate, easy & suitable credit system according to the need of the farmers.
Introduce profitable & sustainable agricultural production system to increase the
purchasing ability by increasing real income of the farmers.
Introduce alternative crops cultivation to low income farmers.
Introduce & supply new resources according to the capacity
of the farmers & small entrepreneurs to raise additional income.
Encourage the farmers to use various skills like beef fattening, Milky cow rearing,
fish culture, goat & other cattle rearing.
Arrange regular awareness program to motivate & boost the farmers for livestock & various crops cultivation.
Collaborate with national & international development agencies to acquire
high technical knowledge of production & new crops cultivation.
Initiate, undertake & arrange training program for the farmers to acquire modern agriculture knowledge.
Operational Area
District: 08
(Jessore, Kushtia, Pabna, Dhaka, Manikgonj, Commilla, Chandpur & Tangail )
Upazila: 30, Union/Words: 189 Village: 1,538
Other Information
No. of Employees: 235 (male: 232; female: 03)
No. of Beneficiaries: 34,536 (male: 11,481; female: 23,055)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 1, 45,051
No. of Borrower: 22,705 (male: 8,564, female: 14,141)
Savings: Tk. 26, 23, 69,607 Severs: 34,536
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Programmed Initiatives for Monga Eradication (PRIME)
Donor: Polli Karma Sahayak Foundation (PKSF)
Duration: December 2008 - June 2014
Contact person: Moniruzzaman Sapon, Project Coordinator
Phone: 01716 102858, E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
To create regular self employment for Monga affected people with Necessary/Flexible Credit Support
and to assist for increasing their IGA Skill and assistance in assets creation and transfer.
Major Component/Activities
IGA Training for Beneficiaries
Flexible Micro credit Beneficiaries
Health Support for the Beneficiaries
Livestock Treatment Support for the Beneficiaries
Operational Area
District: 02
(Rangpur and Sathkhira)
Upazila: 07 (Badorgonj, Pirgonj, Mithapukur; Kaligonj, Tala, Shamnagar, Asasuni) `
Union: 29, Village: 412
Other Information
No. of Employees: 186 (male- 133 female- 53)
No. of Beneficiaries: 32,415 (male: 1,238, female: 31,177)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 1, 36,143
Savings: Tk. 5, 98, 95,102; Borrower: 19,665 (male: 933, female: 18,732)
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Enhancing Resources and Increasing Capacities of poor Households
Towards Elimination of their Poverty (ENRICH)
Donor: PKSF
Duration: April 2011- June 2016
Contact person: Md.Rafiqul Islam, Coordinator
Phone: 01712-015553, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
a Increase household’s socio-economic status and welfare on a sustained basis.
a Increase productivity, diversifying into higher value crops and promoting off-farm employment
opportunity to generate income and savings of the poor people.
Major Component/Activities
Financial support according to the requirement of group members of JCF within the framework of
Ongoing credit programme
Build Capacity through appropriate trading, awareness programme and other skill development
training.
Primary health care services for the common people, particular emphasis on the women and children.
Linkages with Government service providing agencies.
Ensure health, nutrition and education for common people.
Tree plantation, Infrastructure developed and community cooperation for the common people.
Promote human rights and gender equity.
Operational Area
District: 01 (Jessore)
Upazila: 01 (Avaynagar), Union: 01 (Payra), Village: 12, School: 36, Student: 771
Other Information
No. of Employees: 60 (male: 14, female: 46)
No. of Beneficiaries: 4,796 (male: 550, female: 4,246) Student: 771 (boys: 384 girls: 387)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 20,143
Savings: Tk. 48, 07,872 Savers: 1,881 (male: 14, female: 1,867)
Borrower: 1,359 (male 09, female 1,350)
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Disabled Rehabilitation Program (DRP)
Donor: Own Fund
Duration: January 2003- On going
Contact person: Monoj Kumar, Manager
Phone: 01724-708260, E-mail:
Goal/Objectives
Provide physiotherapy and credit support to disabled people and raise social awareness on disability.
Major Component/Activities
Physiotherapy & referral activities
Community group based Awareness rising
Identify the Disability
Primary Rehabilitation and Service
Flexible Credit Support for disable
IGA training for disable people
Physiotherapy Center
22/C Mujib Sarak, Jessore
Other Information
No. of Employees: 03 (male: 1, female: 2)
No. of Client: 783
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Children’s Haven-
Brothel Children’s Human Rights Programme
(CHP)
Donor: Own Fund
Duration: January 2011- On Going
Contact person: Mohituzzaman Milon, Project Director
Phone: 01711-390538, E-mail:[email protected]
Goal/Objectives
To ensure that children of women working in prostitution enjoy social recognition, have options of
alternative life choices, and assert their human rights.
Major Component/Activities
Identify, Select and admit children who born in brothel and children at risk
Provide residential facilities, child care & Provide support for child development
Arrange extra curricula activities and events
Provide support for social integration; arrange pre-school, primary & secondary education
Provide education support, arrange skill and vocational training
Promote employment opportunities
Arrange awareness raising events, Participate in networks, workshops and seminars
Operational Area
District: 01 (Jessore)
Upazila: 01 (Jessore Pourosava- 5 Words)
Other Information
No. of Employees: 13 (male: 3, female: 6, part time: 4)
No. of Beneficiaries: 50 (boy: 18, girl: 32)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 210
Shelter Home School: 1, Students: 14 (boys: 06, girls: 08)
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Community based child Protection Project (CBCPP)
Donor: UNICEF
Duration: May 2014 - May 2016
Contact person: Md. Khademul Bashar, Project Coordinator
Phone: 01719 927871, E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
Strengthening community based child protection system to promote protective environment for
children from violence, abuse and exploitation including sexual abuse and commercial sexual
exploitation.
Major Component/Activities
Set up of 2 Child Friendly spaces and 1 safe place to provide essential services for the children of Sex Workers
and Child Sex Workers.
Establish linkage with different GO-NGO to ensure existing services for the Child Sex Workers and sex workers’
children.
Staff development: training for Social Worker and Peer Educator on Case Management, BSST,
PSST, counseling, C4D, life skills. And TOT on connections & Child development module.
Formation & orientation of ward level child protection committees & mothers and adolescents group and their
capacity building.
IPT script development and capacity support on IPT and arrange ward based IPT shows
Printing of IEC materials & organize community dialogue to prepare community action plan attended by ward
level child protection committee members and community people.
Operational Area
District: 01 (Bagerhat)
Upazila: 02 (Bagerhat and Mongla- Bagerhat Municipality and brothel, Mongla Port Municipality)
Ward: 06 (Bagerhat Municipality - 4, 6 & 8; Mongla Municipality- 5, 7 & 9)
Other Information
No. of Employees: 19 (male: 10, female: 09)
No. of Beneficiaries: 37,866 (male: 15,608, female: 22,258)
School: 6, Students: 819 (boys: 388, girls: 431)
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Shishu Kontho
Donor: Own Fund
Duration: January 2003- On going
Contact person: Mohon Lal Ghosh, Child Organizer
Phone : 01712-180981, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
Giving children a voice and permitting a free exchange of information and views on the situation of
children in society.
Major Component/Activities
Children’s Organisation Building
Networking
Training
Child Journalist development
Advisory Committee Meeting (School Teachers)
Operational Area
District: 01 (Jessore)
Upazila: 01 (Sadar), Union: 02, Village: 05
Other Information
No. of Employees: 01 (male: 1)
No. of Beneficiaries: 14,672 (boy: 12,723, girl: 1,949)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 115,059
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Strengthening Civic Engagement in Elections and Political Processes
For Enhanced Transparency and Democratic Accountability
Donor: The Asia Foundation
Duration: May 2013 - October 2014
Contact person: Golam Rasul Khanduker, Program Maneger
Phone: 01716 644453, E-mail: golamr[email protected]
Goal/Objective
bEnhance Transparency and Credibility of Election Processes
bDecrease Political and Electoral Violence
bStrengthen the Quality of Representation and Democratic Accountability Major
Major Component/Activities
Enhance Transparency and Credibility of Election Processes
Decrease Political and Electoral Violence
Strengthen the Quality of Representation and Democratic Accountability
Operational Area
District: 01 (Rangpur- National Parliamentary Seat of Rangpur- 3, 4, & 5)
Upazila: 04 (Sadar, Kaunia, Pirgacha & Mithapukur),
Union/Word: 65 (City Corporation: 33 Words; Mithapukur: 17; Kaunia: 6; Pirgacha: 9)
Village: 849
Other Information
, Vote
No. of Employees: 04 (male)
Center: 469, Voter: 11, 75,494 (male: 5, 83752; female: 5, 91,742)
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Self Reliant Project (SRP- 1)
Donor: Own Fund
Duration: 1990- On going
Contact person: Md. Ashraful Islam, Project Director
Phone: 01712 891102, E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
Generate Income for General Management of JCF and create job opportunity for poor and marginal
peoples.
Major Component/Activities
Improve pond.
Produce fish and fingerlings.
Sell fish & fingerlings.
Improve hatchery and variety production.
Rice process and sell.
To product mustered oil and sell it.
Fatten cattle and sell it.
Operational Area
District: Jessore
Upazila: Jessore Sadar, Union: Haybotpur, Village: Barinagar
Other Information
No. of Employees: 41 (male: 38 female: 03)
No. of Beneficiaries: 411 (male)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 1,726
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Self Reliant Project (SRP- 4) - Charka Handicraft
Donor: Own Fund
Duration: 1990- On going
Contact person: Shamim Ara, Project Director
Phone : 01716 860292, E-mail: [email protected]
Goal/Objectives
Generate Income for General Management of JCF and create job opportunity for poor and marginal
peoples.
a Promote the traditional embroidery of Bangladesh and help customers appreciate the value of
hand embroidery
a Develop the market for traditional embroidery work.
a Increase the wages of the producers. Sell embroidery handicrafts locally and overseas.
Major Component/Activities
Constantly training more women and increasing the size of their product range and wages.
Produce the wearing cloth, house hold item with Nakshi stitch and sell it by locally and overseas.
Operational Area
District: 1 Jessore
Upazila: 03
(Jessore Sadar, Jhikorgacha, Monirampur)
Union: 11, Village: 40
Other Information
No. of Employees: 35 (male: 10, female: 25)
No. of Beneficiaries: 790 (female)
No. of Indirect Beneficiaries: 3,318
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Executives of Jagorani Chakra Foundation
Responsible Persons
Designation & Programme
Land Phone
Cell Phone
Senior Level Executives
A. K. Arzoo
Salim Chowdhury
Hasan Aref
Md. Nurul Islam
Md. Wahiduzzaman
Dipok Kanti Biswas
Kazi Mazed Nawaz
Merina Akhter
Executive Director
Director- Programme
Director- Programme
Director- Admin & HRM
Director- Microfinance
Director- Finance & Accounts
Deputy Director- Programme
Deputy Director- Programme
0421-68823
0421-68823
0421-68823
0421-68823
0421-61983, 71044
0421-68823
0421-68823
0421-68823
01711 899259
01711 832412
01714 023059
01711 806978
01711 805471
01711 432433
01711 002324
01711 469052
Mohituzzaman Milon
Asish Kumar Chattarjee
Shamim Ara (Papia)
K M Shafiqul Islam Mukta
Mizanur Rahman
Firoz Rahman
Ashraful Islam
Md. Monayem Hossain
Md. Monayem Hossain
Md. Mizanur Rahman
Project Director, CHP
Project Director, PROTEEVA
Project Director, SRP- 4 (CHARKA)
Assistant Director, M & E
Assistant Director, Audit
Project Director, EEOoSCP
Deputy Project Director, SRP-1
Project Manager, SEEUP
Area Coordinator, STEPUP
Area Coordinator, QUEST
0421-61173
0421-68823, 69018
0421-68825
0421-68823
0421-68823
01711 390538
01727 536894
01716 860292
01711 074999
01711 101312
01716 224911
01712 891102
01726 117962
01726 117962
01714 605275
Md. Alamgir Kabir
Shailendra Nath Das
Aditi Arzoo
A. K. Azam
Gazi Salahuddin Ahmed
Sk. Mostagaosul Haque
Fazlul Haque Mintu
Abdul Kuddus
Uzzal Kumar Dewan
Tarafdar Enamul Hasan
Santy Ram Biswas
Krishno Pado Sarkar
Md. Mostafizur Rahman
Hasib Nawaz
Md.Khademul Bashar
M.A Jalil Khan
Sk. Mahmud Hossain
Md. Mamun Chowdhury
Area Coordinator, CS
Project Director, SSOEPWDP
Project Director, SSCEP
Sr. Assistant Director, Zonal Office, Rajshahi
Sr. Assistant Director, Zonal Office, Khulna
Assistant Director, Zonal Office, Jhenaidah
Assistant Director, Monitoring, MFP, Jessore
Assistant Director, Central Office, Jessore
Assistant Director, Zonal Office, Jessore
Assistant Director, Zonal Office,Chuadanga
Assistant Director, Zonal Office, Kushtia
Sub Assistant Director, Zonal Office, Dhaka
Sub Assistant Director, Zonal Office, Satkhira
Public Relation Officer
Project Coordinator, CBCPP
Manager (Admin)
Asst. Sr. Documentation Officer
Project Coordinator, EEPFICE
Coordinator, ENRICH
Field Facilitator, Panii Jibon Project
Program Manager, Election Project
Project Director, JCF Solar Mission
Project Director, READ
Project Director, SaFaL
Program Coordinator, Community School Prg.
Mid Level Executives
Md.Rafiqul Islam
Md. Farhad H. Joardar
Golam Rasul
Md. Hadisuzzaman
Md. Ariful Islam
Md. Touhidul Islam
Nahin Akther
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0421-67138
0521-66164
01754 048316
0763-251077
02 8157096
041-2850207
071-62107
0421-61983
0421-61983
0451-62853
0421- 67860
0421-68823
0421-68823
0421-68823
01718 064613
01717 354486
01711 806980
01711 448816
01711 029411
01711 324721
01711 579128
01711 469861
01716 874575
01730 036097
01711 443503
01712 282075
01718 845032
01719 927871
01729 550223
01911 074526
01714 353408
01712 015553
01675 087895
01716 644453
01712 104695
01716 372731
01716 115605
01712 590391
Lutfar Rahman
Sk, Ashraf Hossain
Md. Mahbur Rahman
Liaison Officer, Dhaka Office & Project
Coordinator, Improving Rural Effective Total
Sanitation through Female Local Government
Members of Union Parishad Led Intervention
in Bangladesh
Development Officer, CSISA
Upazila Facilitator, LAN
02-8157096
01716 887064
01711 319717
01734 959239
Areas of Expertise
Community Based Development, Children Education, Women Empowerment, Extreme/Hardcore Poor
Enhancement Capacity Building/Training, Child Rights, Early Childhood Development, Health & Nutrition,
Disaster Response and Rehabilitations, Micro Finance, Collaborative Programme Operation, Working
Capabilities with Local Government Authorities and Peoples’ Representatives, Creativity/Innovations and
Efficient Project/Programme Management.
Exceptional and Successes of JCF
We have received many awards for successful Programme operation and excellent achievement. Major and
remarkable awards are:
(1) A Special Award received from The Honourable President of The Government of Bangladesh in 1994
for developing valuable co-curricular subjects and awareness based materials for adult Education.
(2) A Gold Medal received from The Honourable Prime Minister of The Government of Bangladesh in 2003
for the development of Fisheries Sector.
(3) Another special Award received from The Honourable Prime Minister of The Government of
Bangladesh in 2006 for the best Practitioner in Micro Finance (for the both poor people of rural and
urban areas).
(4) In 2009 we have received a Gold Medal on Micro Finance from Mother Teresa Research Council.
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(5) JCF’s position is 6 among the National NGO’s working in Bangladesh, as per the assessment carried
out by Micro credit Regularity Authority in 2009, in terms of quantity and quality coverage in the field of
Microfinance.
(6) In 2011 we have received City Foundation award for the Best Micro-credit Organization in Bangladesh
for the year of 2010.
(7) Zinat Sultana Smriti, a beneficiary of JCF Microfinance program has received the `Successful Micro
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entrepreneur’ award in the fair celebrating 23 anniversary & development organized by PKSF in 2013.
Organizational Strengths
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Active General Body and Executive Committee
Strategic Plan
Operation Manuals (Administrative Manual, Accounting Manual, Service Rules & Credit Policy)
Participatory Planning & Implementing Committee
132.565 acres own land
Own Head Office Compound
2 Training Centers
Total asset value BD Tk. 7,680,276,311
: US$ 93,661,906
Total Fixed Asset value BD Tk. 229,445,642
: US$ 2,798,118
Total Current Asset value BD Tk. 7,527,437,197
: US$ 91,798,015
Total revenue income from all Prog. BD Tk.366,144,239
(FY 2012-13) : US$ 4,520,299
Overhead cost support from revenue income BD Tk. 1,283,587 (FY 2012-13) : US$ 15,847
Staff salary met from JCF’s own income BD Tk. 81,390,838
(FY 2012-13) : US$ 1,004,825
Staff salary met from donor fund BD Tk. 15,084,500
(FY 2012-13) : US$ 186,228
Total operational cost BD Tk. 272,422,208
(FY 2012-13) : US$ 3,363,237
JCF overall budget BD Tk. 13,467,998,212
(FY 2010-11) : US$ 160,333,312
JCF overall budget BD Tk. 21,208,610,331
(FY 2011-12) : US$ 271,905,261
JCF overall budget BD Tk. 21,208,610,331
(FY 2012- 13 : US$ 271,905,261
JCF overall budget BD Tk. 28,525,530,676
(FY 2013- 14 : US$ 365,711,932
Education Fund BD Tk. 245881,765
(Sept. 2012) : US$ 270,145
JCF supported staff
(June 2014) : 2,745 (61%)
Donor supported staff
(June 2014) : 1,777 (39%)
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(Currency Rate: BD TK. 78 = US$ 1)
Own Institution
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Established one Primary School in Jessore
Orphanage : Nur Jalal Shishu Anando Nikaton, Kotchandpur, Jhenaidah
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