Assistance for Social Organization and Development (ASOD)
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volunteers/practitioners under a common platform and ASOD is an outcome of such
effort and initiatives.
ASOD’S Vision, Mis...
Role, Objectives and Functions of ASOD;
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Facilitating, supplementing and complementing of public sector national,
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Provides technical assistance for capacity building, volunteerism and
sustainable development to all stakeholders.
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The Management of ASOD;
ASOD is governed by an Executive Committee (EC), which is constituted by recognized
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Environment Development
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ASOD as a Resource Organization;
Institutional Strengths ;
Over 20 years partnership/working experience with government an...
the GOB, training and research institutions, development organizations and other
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field of interest or in the allied areas which facilitates ASOD to implement and complete
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Implementation of Resettlement Action Plan, DSR and Feeder Road Type-A,
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Technical Assistance provided for the Partner NGOs and interested Organizations/
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Interventions and technical sup...
Transports;
It has at its disposal the following transport/vehicles
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Nodi O Jibon-II Project
Basic Project Information;
Working area

8 island chars of 3 Unions under Hatibandha Upazila of
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support to overcome their helplessness and ensure income and food security for their
family members.
ASOD with its experie...
Result 1: Income options of targeted households increased through promoting new
agriculture technology which requires litt...
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50 beneficiaries will be receive capacity building training to get employment in
readymade garments, footwear and handi...
Result 5: Key assets protected from natural disaster and climate change
Activities for Result 5 : Following activities are...
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  1. 1. Assistance for Social Organization and Development (ASOD) st 8/4-A (1 Floor),Block-B,Lalmatia,Dhaka-1207,Bangladesh Tel: 9119091,8126914(Direct) Fax#8802-8126914 E-mail:asod@agni.com,www.asod-bd.org Contact person; Dr. Taskinur Rahman Backgrounds and History of ASOD as Resource Organization; ASOD came into existence in 1985, since then as an outcome of the dedication, sincerity and tireless efforts of all associated with ASOD irrespective of staff, volunteers, community people and associates, the organization has grown into one of the reputed non-government national organizations in Bangladesh and engaged in transforming the lives of community people significantly in selected areas of the country. The existence of ASOD was based on building upon active and spontaneous participation of the poor, ensuring gender equality, social justice, productive and sustainable development and protection of the rights of the underprivileged by building a society free from all sorts of exploitation. ASOD’s primary focus is to ensure need based development benefits among the targeted poor, particularly women and children who always are deprived of availing benefit from the existing service providing facilities because of their ignorance and lack of capacity for raising voice against the powerful social system of the well to do people and local vested interest group. It helps people organize themselves and provides them with skill training, information, education and motivation, credit and various support services to enable them to undertake appropriate development action. Its main function is to undertake an extensive and intensive participatory sustainable development process through empowerment of the underprivileged by supplementing and complementing the GOB development initiatives throughout the country. A development specialist, who worked in an international development organization as an Executive in the northern districts of Bangladesh for about ten years, founded the organization in June 1985. Over the period he has had the opportunity to participate in many development programs and initiated many projects to improve the lot of the poor and marginalized people. The founder keenly observed the living conditions of the poor and marginalized people, their hardship and sufferings for bare necessities of life and over all their limitations and ignorance in improving their status in the society. All these had inspired him to form an institution involving like-minded development
  2. 2. volunteers/practitioners under a common platform and ASOD is an outcome of such effort and initiatives. ASOD’S Vision, Mission and Goal; Vision; An oppression free society that ensures and provides equitable scope and opportunities to all classes of people to meet the bare necessities /requirements of individual, family and social life. Mission; Enhance capacity building of the service providers and community people by providing need based support, technical assistance and oversights in order to effect positive change in the society through utilization and mobilization of local resources and community participation, directing towards a sustainable development where people can enjoy equitable development opportunities and services for leading a minimum standard of life. Goal; Strengthening, supplementing and complementing the effort and initiatives of the GOB in providing and managing high quality sustainable development program, with emphasis to integrated development, health, MCH-PP, poverty alleviation, education and human rights and policy advocacy related services at implementation and policy level.
  3. 3. Role, Objectives and Functions of ASOD; Role; Facilitating, supplementing and complementing of public sector national, regional and local level initiatives that concentrate and address national development issues with emphasis to poverty alleviation, health and population sector, human rights, education and capacity building of the underprivileged. Creating a congenial atmosphere and favorable conditions that allow the community people to participate in the development initiatives of the government/private sectors and to turn the same into an initiatives of the people, by the people and for the people. Testing innovative ideas and demonstration projects for replicating the proven ones in other areas of the country. Sensitizing the policy makers and other Stakeholders through policy advocacy, dialogues, and campaign in the alliance with like-minded organizations for adopting need based policies and measures for empowerment of the underprivileged. Objectives and Functions; Mobilizes and organizes the disadvantaged people through information, education, awareness and consciousness raising about their status allowing them participate in various development programs to improve their lot. Provides and organizes need based and planned training/orientation/workshop on a wide range of development for services of community leaders and relevant other stakeholders. Plays the role of mediating, counseling and educating the donor, government and other relevant stakeholders for bringing positive change in development strategy and policy.
  4. 4. Provides technical assistance for capacity building, volunteerism and sustainable development to all stakeholders. Takes initiatives for development of a strong network among different organizations/network for sharing ideas, experiences and views on all sustainable health, and development sector for maximum utilization of resources and avoiding duplication of services. Provides assistance to functional and non-functional child education, health, nutrition, sanitation, credit, legal aid, income generation, and employment generation skill development, training program for improving the quality of life of the undeserved and deprived section of the population. Promotes and exchanges of information, ideas, views, facilities and expertise between and among development organizations, activities and institution. Legal status of ASOD; ASOD is registered with the following Government Department and Registration Authority Department of Social Services, Government of Bangladesh under Social Welfare Agencies (registration & control) Ordinance Act.,1961 (No.Rang-502/86 Date: 27.1.86.), NGO Affairs Bureau under the Foreign Donations (Voluntary Activities) Regulation Ordinance, 1978 and the Foreign Contributions (Regulation) Ordinance, 1982 (No.363/90, dated 3.3.90 (Renewed on 23.03.10), Registrar of Joint Stock Companies, Government of Bangladesh ( No.S2246(89)/99 Date 10.11.99), Microcredit Regulatory Authority No.01173-01986-00127 dated 30.01.08 and
  5. 5. The Management of ASOD; ASOD is governed by an Executive Committee (EC), which is constituted by recognized NGO leaders, academicians, social activists, women activists, Community elite and professionals. The 7 number EC member guides the policy and program decisions of ASOD in bi-monthly EC meeting, and a general council of 21 members elects the EC members. The Chief Executive of the organization with a well-experienced and professional staff who works collectively, to plan, implement and manage ASOD’s activities, directs ASOD’s programs. ASOD’s working Areas/Population Coverage ; ASOD is currently serving over one million populations in 47 Upazila of 14 districts, 315 Unions covering over 3124 villages throughout the country. ASOD has been maintaining network relationship with like-minded NGOs, associations and institutions throughout the country whose philosophy and organizational goal is close to ASOD. Earlier ASOD was operating mainly in the northern districts of Bangladesh; Rangpur, Lalmonirhat, Nilphamari, Kurigram, Gaibandha, Dinajpur, Bogra, Sirajganj, Natore, Naogaon, Rajshahi, Dhaka, Moulavi Bazar and Habiganj. In recent time its areas of operation has been increased/extended to other parts of the country immensely. Interventions/Program Initiated by ASOD; The intervening and programming goal of ASOD is to bring about a sustainable socioeconomic and cultural development of the disadvantaged people by supporting and strengthening the initiatives and efforts of the community at the grassroots level. Keeping the said goal ahead, ASOD is presently implementing various programs under the following heads. Major Interventions; i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. Organization Building for the poor. Resettlement and Rehabilitation of Project Affected Persons Land related survey and Joint Verification Socio-economic survey and need assessment study. Income Generation for Livelihood Education & Training (Social awareness and skill development) Women in Development Adolescent Family Life Education and Reproductive Health, STD/HIV/AIDS. Primary Health Care & Nutrition Education Environmental Sanitation, Hygiene and Water Supply Integrated Health Maternal Child Health & Family Planning through ESP.
  6. 6. xii. xiii. xiv. xv. xvi. xvii. xviii. xix. xx. xxi. xxii. xxiii. Environment Development Disaster Preparedness Ideal Village Development Homestead / Kitchen Gardening Development of the Asset less VGD Women Integrated Development for the Tribal’s (Adibashi) Poverty Alleviation through Micro-Credit and Small Enterprise Development Integrated Food Assisted Fish Culture Development Project Integrated Food Security Program for the Ultra Poor Households Feeder Road Routine Maintenance Program Human Rights, Child and Women Rights Good governance/Democracy partnership. Other Support Services; ASOD keeps linkage with other NGOs, extends supports, co-operation and expertise services to stakeholders as per demand or request. Currently ASOD is engaged in the following support service activities: Organizes and offers training on Group Formation, Leadership Development, Organization Management, Women's Rights, Popular Theatre, Women in Development, Skill Training, Credit Management and Training of Trainers (TOT). Conducts Feasibility Study, Research and Evaluation to identify strengths and weakness of the project/organization and recommends for its improvement. Offers assistance to design curriculum manual development on various social and health related education projects including STD/HIV/AIDS. Organizes Seminars, Symposiums and Workshops, and publishes journals, periodicals and reports to share and explore new and innovative ideas related to development activities and reproductive health.
  7. 7. ASOD as a Resource Organization; Institutional Strengths ; Over 20 years partnership/working experience with government and non-government organizations in implementing human resources development, supervising, monitoring, and evaluating sectoral health and family planning, rural development education, women in development program and well reputation being earned, recognition given from different donor agencies, partner/apex member organization, as well as from concerned departments of the government are the indicators of the institutional and management competency of ASOD. ASOD has had the opportunity to supplement and complement the GOB development initiatives in the specific areas of health, MCH-FP, STD/HIV/AIDS, Water and Sanitation, Environment Development, Educational Training, Development Initiatives for the Tribal’s, Food Security Program for the Ultra Poor, Human Rights, Child and Women Rights, Poverty Alleviation, etc for the last one and half a decade and thus has been able to establish an institutional linkage and relation with GOB and donor organizations. ASOD is capable and competent to undertake any development initiatives with the help of its existing staff and expertise utilizing existing facilities. As a capacity of a reputed national level organization having linkage with many national, regional and international organizations ASOD has demonstrated many gains and achievements over the last 15 years period, especially in the field of integrated health, reproductive health, MCH-FP, etc. Alongside, ASOD has also gained diverse rang of experience and lessons while implementing different development programmers and has been able to give a strong organizational foundation in terms of its core management capacity, physical and other resources base and external networking. Visionary and dynamic leadership with strategic views to take the challenge ahead guides the implementing team of the organization. The senior management team with huge track record in the field of development bears strong commitments for organization and towards its vision. The mid-level positions are staffed with enthusiastic trained personnel with multi-disciplinary background. The dedication of the organizational staff from field level to senior management is one of the advantages factors to implement and execute development initiatives and for supplementing and complementing GOB programs. The staff members of ASOD are high caliber specialist in various discipline having long years of experiences in the allied field and most of them earlier held responsible positions with various public and private service organizations like, different ministries of
  8. 8. the GOB, training and research institutions, development organizations and other professional bodies. The organization has a system to regularly update the management about the programs of work. It has instituted prudential accounting practices in all level of financial dealings. The whole system is guided by a strong financial manual and implementing a computerized financial information system. The organization has its own 2 storied office cum training buildup in Rangpur and field offices of its own at project sites. To support the field monitoring it has its own vehicles and sufficient computer facilities for senior and midfield management staff. ASOD has a strong training unit equipped with variety of training module, experienced training staff and physical facilities including modern training venue with accommodation facilities, both at ASOD Head Office in Dhaka and at project sites in the heart of Rangpur. The organization now has diverted its attention to network with a wide range of development organizations, agencies and government. Such strategy of ASOD has been helping the organization in the process of improving its organizational capacity. ASOD is also an active member of different development forums/apex organizations and networking bodies. Human Resources; The number of full-time and part-time staff by category (e.g. number of project managers, accountants, etc), indicating their place of employment Head Office Field based Level Total Male Female Male Female MANAGEM 15 ENT AND SUPERVISI ON Accounts 02 Keeping and Management 05 75 25 120 - 12 02 16 Field Worker - - 506 252 758 Support staff 03 02 10 06 21 Total: 20 07 603 285 915 Besides, ASOD has a resource person pool enlisting specialists /expertise/researchers/ individual personalities /institution to serve as consultants/adviser for ASOD in specific
  9. 9. field of interest or in the allied areas which facilitates ASOD to implement and complete any development initiatives ensuring high quality and productivity. Training facilities available in ASOD; Venues and physical structures; ASOD has the following own well-equipped training facilities at Rangpur. (i) One five storied Training Centre of 12,000 sq.fts (app.) with the facilities of modern training aids/ materials, air-conditioned Training/Workshop/Seminar room and residential accommodation for 60 senior staff at Rangpur town. (ii) One residential training center for 30 mid level staff with 1 acre of demonstration land for training at Nabdiganj under Pirgacha Upazilla (iii) One non residential training facility at Mithapukur, Rangpur and (iv) One residential training facility at ASOD HO, Dhaka The Training Halls are also well equipped with modern training aids viz; Color Monitor, VCP, Overhead. Projector, Slide Projector, Computer and White Board Facilities. ASODs Working Experience as counter part of GOB Ministries/Directorates; ASOD’s reputations and institutional capacities strongly reflect in the involvement and execution of the following joint venture projects with GOB/Donors Agencies. i. ii. iii. iv. v. Non-formal Education Program with DNFE under the Ministry of Non-formal and Mass Education Division. Inland Fish Culture Development program, IFADEP-2 under the Ministry of Live Stock & Fisheries. UPVGD Program of IFADEP-1 under the Ministry of Women & Children Affairs of GOB. Rural Women Employment Creation Project under the Ministry of Women & Children Affairs and Child Affairs. Adarshagram Development Project under the Ministry of Land.
  10. 10. vi. vii. viii. ix. x. xi. xii. xiii. Implementation of Resettlement Action Plan, DSR and Feeder Road Type-A, RRMP-III, RHD under the Ministry of Communication. Riverbank Protection Project, BWDB under the Ministry of Water Resources. Integrated Food Security Program under the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development jointly with World Food Program. Rural Maintenance Program under the Ministry of LGED jointly with World Food Program. Growth Centre Connection Road Project, IFADEP-3 under the Ministry of LGED. FSVGD Programs under the Ministry of Women & Children Affairs. Financial Support Services for the Hard Core Poor People Supported by PKSF. Micro Finance of Poverty Alleviation Supported by PKSF. Funding Sources of ASOD; ASOD so far has received/been receiving funds to finance various projects from the following agencies: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) World Literacy of Canada, Canada, SAP -BD. Asia Partnership for Human Development, Hong Kong. Inter Pares, Canada. World Bank European Union Palli Karma Sayahak Foundation (PKSF), Dhaka. Department for International Development (DFID), Dhaka Foundation De France, France. AusAID, Australian High Commission, Dhaka, Ministry of Education, Agriculture, Land, Women Affairs, Communications and Water Resources of GOB. (xi) Concern Worldwide (xii) Manushar Janno Foundation(MJF) (xiii) Misereor, Germany (xiv) Unicef (xv) ADB/LGED (xvi) Department of Agriculture Extension, GOB (xvii) Technical Technology Transfer (TTT)
  11. 11. Technical Assistance provided for the Partner NGOs and interested Organizations/ Agencies Interventions and technical support for organizational development process and management Organization Management, Developing the Constitution and Bye-laws, etc, Developing Organizational Strategic Plan, Project Proposal and related documents for government approval, Participatory Decision Making Process, Accounts and Financial Management, and Office Management, etc. Conducts Feasibility Studies, Research and Evaluation to identify strength and weakness of the project/organization and recommends for improvement. Designs Curriculum, Manual Development on various social and health development projects as per need of the concerned NGOs/ GO and UN agencies and for its staff members and beneficiaries. Organizes Seminars, Symposium and Workshops and publishes Journals, Periodicals and Reports to share and explore new/innovative ideas related to the various field of development activities. Computer / MIS Facilities; Computers and printers available with ASOD. Description of Computer, Printer and Numbers Computer 45 Laser Printer 15 Dot Printer 6 UPS 45
  12. 12. Transports; It has at its disposal the following transport/vehicles (i) Car - 2 (ii) Motor Cycle -135 (iii) Bi-cycles - 150 Office equipment; (i) Telephone - 7 (ii) Fax - 1 (iii) Photocopier - 4 (iv) Binding Machine, etc. - 2 Area Offices of ASOD; i) Doai Khoa road, Hatibandha, Lalmonirhat ii) G.L. Roy Road, Kamal Kachna, Rangpur Tel: (0521) 65460 iii) By-pass Road, Bonani, Bogra iv) Nilprothvapur, Dak Bangla Road, Nilphamari v) Khatta Shahapur, Santahar Road, Naogaon vi) Madhyapara, Gaibandha vii) Hadir More, Talaimari, Rajshahi viii) Poshchim Bharaura Sarak, Srimangal, Maulavi Bazar ix) 22/6.Ananda Road, Uttar-Purba Ibrahimpur, Cantonment, Dhaka-1206
  13. 13. Nodi O Jibon-II Project Basic Project Information; Working area 8 island chars of 3 Unions under Hatibandha Upazila of Lalmonirhat district. Irish Aid through Concern Worldwide August 2011 to June 2016 1,27,87,417/= Funding Agency Project Period Total fund Participant’s of the project Direct – 1231 and indirect - 6524 (direct and Indirect) No. of project staff’s 8 Mailing address ASOD, Nodi O Jibon-II project, Doaikhoa road, Hatibandha, Lalmonirhat, email;emdad.asod@gmail.com,cell phone no; 01714063416 Introduction; The northern riverine char lands are the most highly vulnerable areas of Bangladesh in which disproportionate numbers of the extreme poor are struggling to generate their livelihoods. Very few NGOs were providing services in the char lands given the relatively high risk to micro-credit upon which most NGOs are dependent, Government basic services, especially for health and education were also virtually invisible on the chars, and the private sector was also not seen much comparative advantage in the chars to encourage investment. Under the situation ASOD had initiated and implemented Nodi O Jibon in the Char land of Hatibandha Upazila for 5 years from April 2006 to March 2011 with the financial and technical assistance from Concern Worldwide, successfully. The project has brought positive impact over the lives of the targeted participants. As a result of the project intervention, in most of the households income was found to be increased. The project focused women participation and thus women’s awareness on social issues and causes of poverty were raised among them significantly. Their mobility was increased, found to take part in family decision making increasingly. Also, they started to take part in community level events, like, community meeting, Salish and Days’ observations etc. One of the important outcomes is their increasing participation in income earning activities. Now they are able to keep money into their disposal make decision on utilization of the money. Besides, in these island char villages, many new extremely poor families have migrated in from other parts of the district for seeking shelter and food. They also need organizational
  14. 14. support to overcome their helplessness and ensure income and food security for their family members. ASOD with its experience to work with the extreme poor living in island chars is looking ahead to work with Concern Worldwide for the implementation of the Nodi O Jibon - II for consolidating the achievement of the previous phase and benefiting the most needy population of the Char islands in Hatibandha Upazila under Lalmonirhat district. Working area and participant’s information; Union Type of house hold’s Char Total Welfare Day labor Long term migrant Dhakkhin Parulia 07 21 06 34 02 Purbo Holdibari 13 11 09 33 03 Pashim Holdibari 66 206 81 353 Sub total 86 238 96 420 Uttar Dauabari 47 94 63 204 05 Dhakkhin Dauabari 19 31 33 83 06 Kishamot Nohali 06 25 09 40 07 Purbo Dauabari 52 108 40 200 Sub total 124 258 145 527 Char Sindhurna 53 165 66 284 Total 263 661 307 Remark’s 1231 01 04 08 Patikapara Dauabari Sindhurna Overall objective: to enable extreme poor households to move out of extreme poverty in selected remote island chars of Bangladesh. Specific objective: all members of 1221 households in northern 8 island Chars of Hatibandha Upazila of Lalmonirhat district (currently identified as extreme poor achieve food security through diversification of productive and income earning activities.
  15. 15. Result 1: Income options of targeted households increased through promoting new agriculture technology which requires little or no land Activities for Result 1: Following activities are planned for implementation; Activities are;                 A number of 58 groups will be formed 58 groups will go under needs assessment and receive 02 days long management training for better functioning of their activities. 58 groups will prepare participatory annual action plan. 92 Meeting with groups, landlords and UP for negotiating leasing terms, rent of land for cropping of High value crops/vegetables Asset transfer (seeds) – 1050 H/Hs Asset transfer ( goat ) – 600 H/Hs Asset transfer ( sheep) – 120 H/Hs Tree plantation – 800 H/Hs 130 Producers' group will be formed and business development plan (BDP) for all will be prepared. Set up 15 storage centers and develop marketing mechanism 20 community level irrigation system will be installed 60 groups will be generated and utilized their savings 07 CBOs will be facilitated for their registration with gov. bodies 06 CBOs will be facilitated for their fund raising Linkage will be established between banks, MFIs and 07 CBOs 600 beneficiaries will receive 2 days long HVC / Homestead gardening training Result 2: 175 of extreme poor households are employed through promoting private enterprises and creating employment opportunities in and outside char areas Activities for Result 2: Following activities are planned for implementation; Activities are;        poultry farm will be established 50 cow fattening farm will be established. 25 dairy farm will be established 60 goat/ sheep farm will be established 36 producers’ group will be formed and prepare their business development plan ( BDP ) 11 Para vet / Vaccinator will be developed 149 small and medium entrepreneurs will receive 02 days long skill training
  16. 16.  50 beneficiaries will be receive capacity building training to get employment in readymade garments, footwear and handicrafts Result 3: Increased women’s access to and control over decisions, productive resources and opportunities Activities for Result 3: Following activities are planned for implementation; Activities are;        Organize and provide management support to women’s Self-help groups. Conduct capacity building training on leadership, negotiation, communication and decision making skills for SHG and Apex body Organize and facilitate awareness raising training on women’s rights and GBV issue for SHG and apex body Conduct capacity building training on leadership, negotiation, communication and decision making skills for SHG and Apex body Develop and facilitate women-led agro based producers group and group marketing for income generation. Develop capacity of the women &disabled project participants for small & medium enterprise development and management Participate meeting with local elected bodies, DMCs, SMCs etc. and prepare joint plan to address women’s priorities like gender budgeting, allocation of resources and services etc. Result 4: Increased access to government social safety nets and agricultural services including allocation and investment of government and donors through effective engagement and influence of extreme poor households and pro-poor policy changes. Activities for Result 4 : Following activities are planned for implementation; Activities are;         58 groups will go under needs assessment and receive 02 days long management training for better functioning of their activities. 58 groups will prepare participatory annual action plan. 20 joint planning meeting will be organised with UP and Govt. department for safety net services. 10 joint planning meeting will be organised with Upazila Agriculture, livestock department for ensuring services from them for the groups/members. 07 negotiation meeting will be held on land lease terms for HVCs cultivation. 04 times success stories will be published in national media. 04 issue based advocacy meeting will be held with LGI and local elites. 20 local char alliance meeting will be held.
  17. 17. Result 5: Key assets protected from natural disaster and climate change Activities for Result 5 : Following activities are planned for implementation; Activities will be undertaken as follows;     58 contingency plan will be prepared through CRVA with groups 03 UP and 01 Upazila DMC will be reactivated and functioning 6 Apex bodies capacity will be built for managing disasters effectively 60 groups will be brought under the network of early warning system Project staff’s list| Sl/no 01 02 03 04 Name Mr. Emdadul Haque Mrs. Momotaj Begum Mr. Khalilur Rahman Mr. Abdul Aziz 05 Mr.Rubel Islam 06 Mr.Ataur Rahman 07 Mr.Tahmina Khatun 08 Mr. Asrafuzzaman Ali Designation Project Coordinator Supervisor Finance and admin officer Economic Empowerment Facilitator(EEF) Economic Empowerment Facilitator(EEF) Economic Empowerment Facilitator(EEF) Economic Empowerment Facilitator(EEF) Service Staff Remarks

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