Programs Under Implementation

 

 

Programs under implementation by SEDA

  • A project titled ” Making Women Legal Rights AReality in Bangladesh” as a associate partner of BNWLA-CLS consortium is implementing at 4 unions of Sadar Upazilla in Moulvibazar district. ( funded by DFID, implemented by a consortium consisting of MaxwellStamp PLC, as principal contractor, and the British Council and the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution(UK), as partners) duration of January 2013 to December 2016.)
  • Disability Development, Rehabilitation & Prevention program-from 2003 to till now through own initiatives, technical, training and assistive device support from Center for disability in Development (CDD).
  • Primary Health Care-from 1999 to till now through own initiatives.
  • HIV/AIDS Prevention Program-from 2001 to till now through own initiative, HASAB-GFATM project.
  • Implementation of strengthening tobacco control law and anti-tobacco activities-from 2005 to till now through own initiatives and WBB Trust.
  • Community for learning information communication & knowledge (CLICK) Computer training project and Pallitathya Kendra-from October 2007 to till now – through own initiatives and technical with program support cost financed by Development Research Network (D.Net) under cooperation from Microsoft Unlimited Potential.
  • Info Lady activities from July 2011 to till now on pilot basis in Sadar Upazilla.
  • Education Development Program-from 2003 to till now through own initiatives and Campaign for Popular Education (Campe).
  • Legal Support Program- From 2008 to till now through own initiatives.
  • Fisheries Program-form 2008 to till now through own initiatives.
  • Health & Sanitation Development Program under Bangladesh NGO Foundation fund.
  • Observation of National and International days-from inception of the organization through own initiatives and donation from other National and International organizations in Bangladesh.
  • Making Women legal rights A Reality in Bangladesh , Funded by DFID Under CLS Project.