EFFORTS IN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT OF BANGLADESH

Global Awareness for Primary Education

OUR CORE OBJECTIVE

"Meet Power of Children Awards Awardee Jahin Rahman"

 

By: The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

November 13, 2020

Enhancing the Lives of Children

Efforts in Youth Development of Bangladesh (EYDB) is a non-profit youth organization aiming to support children of Bangladesh in education. We wish to empower children who aren't as fortunate enough to get an education, especially those in poverty. We believe that by supporting children in need, poverty levels in Bangladesh will eventually decline at a quicker pace, while being able to enrich a myriad of lives.

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Completed & Current Projects

We are building:

  • Libraries

  • Literacy programs

  • A small school for at risk youths

  • A stipend based educational program for girls from Rangpur

  • A day care center

  • A computer lab

  • Bathrooms for girls in rural schools

  • A drug rehabilitation center

We collaborate with:

  • BRAC

  • UNDP (Movers SDGs)

  • Girls Opportunity Alliance (Obama Foundation)

  • Girl Up

  • Citi Foundation

  • APON

  • Agami

  • UCEP

  • NYC Libraries

300+ volunteers from hundreds of educational institutions and 8 countries.

Our projects would grant more than 5,000 underprivileged children opportunities for education and development.

Collaboration With Prosthetics.org

EYDB is excited to partner with Helping Hands Long Island! Helping Hands Long Island is a student run non-profit that creates and 3D prints prosthetics for those who have lost a limb. Helping Hands Long Island and EYDB will collaboratively provide prosthetics for street children in Bangladesh who have lost limbs.

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UPCOMING PROJECTS

HYGIENE AND SANITATION PROGRAM FOR FEMALE STUDENTS IN RURAL SCHOOLS OF BANGLADESH

BEFORE THE SUMMER OF 2020, WE WANT TO OPEN OUR OWN DRUG REHABILITATION CENTER FOR STREET CHILDREN AFFECTED BY DRUGS

IN 2021, WE WISH TO CREATE A BOAT MUSEUM IN THE BRAHMAPUTRA SHORE FEATURING ART BY BANGLADESHI CHILDREN

 

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CONTACT US

(929) 732 - 9969