Bangladesh Labour Welfare Foundation (BLF) is a non-government, non-profit, non-partisan organisation that represents the interests of Bangladesh’s working class. BLF works for the welfare of workers, professionals, women, children, employees and families by undertaking various programmes and
Coalition for the Urban Poor (CUP) is a networking, advocacy organisation of 64 national and international NGOs that work for the urban poor. The mandate of CUP is to establish the rights of the urban poor.
Founded in 1996, Development Wheel (DEW) is a non-profit, development organisation that promotes self-help, poverty alleviation initiatives aimed at the economically-disadvantaged households in Bangladesh. DEW mainly focuses on promoting Bangladesh’s arts and crafts sector by facilitating the
RUPSA is a rights and advocacy-based NGO that works towards empowering and establishing the rights of the rural and urban poor. It works with the disadvantaged and marginalised especially vulnerable women, children, the disabled and religious-ethnic minorities. And it builds their capacities to
Shushilan is a non-government organisation dedicated to the development of an eco-sensitive society. Established in 1991, the organisation has worked to address the problems of the coastal people especially in areas like resource management and good governance.
The Centre for Labour and Social Studies (CLASS Nepal) is a non-profit making and non-governmental organisation working for social transformation by promoting social justice and community awareness on human rights. Its members are MBOs, CBOs, and their leaders. It works for labour rights through
Women For Human Rights (WHR) is a single-women group whose vision is to achieve a non-discriminatory and equitable society where single women are respected and can live with dignity and there are sufficient legal provisions to protect single women’s political, social, cultural and economic
PRWSWO is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation founded in 1997 by a group of community workers interested in improving the standard of life for the disadvantage sections of society, particularly, the rural masses. It looks to achieve this through a plethora of socio-economic services and
Sarsabz Foundation is a non-governmental organisation that is committed to the cause of human rights and social sector development thus promoting professional capabilities, essential resources, favourable opportunities, advocacy for causes, and rights of defenceless communities. It enables
Since its establishment in 1989, Sungi has been working for an integrated and comprehensive approach that empowers women and men and ensures them an improved quality of life. This is done by organising and enhancing the capacities of poor and marginalised communities. Gender equality amongst
Saviya Development Foundation is a community-based, charitable and a non-profit organisation. Founded in 1991, the Foundation aims to fulfill the basic needs of the low-income category and establish a prosperous society filled with moral values, dignity and self-respect.