SHARP has been implementing this program under WBB Trust since June 2009. Major target of this program is to contribute to strengthen the tobacco control in the country. Main activities performed under this program are Opinion exchange meeting public administration, media people, representatives of civil society etc Make public places, hospital, educational institution, public transport [...]
SHARP-Samaj Kallayan Shangstha (Society for Humanitarian Assistance & Rights Protection) is an NGO established in 2002 with the initiation of a group of educated and energetic social workers with a view to promote the socio-economic and cultural status of the rural poor and underprivileged people, emphasizing the poor women and children through concretization, capacity building, institution building, capital formation, utilization of local resources and imparting felt-need based problem solving programs by adopting modern knowledge and technique through non-directive, bottom up, integrated and participatory developments. SHARP inaugurate by honorable former Minister Mr. Chowdhury Kamal Ibnay Yousuf, Ministry of Food and Disaster Management. It has registered in January 6, 2004 from Social Welfare Directorate and started the journey towards it’s mission. In the mean time it has completed several development activities (projects) aiming the overall development of the related area in the concern issue and still working to fulfill it’s mission.
Strengthening Bangladeshi tobacco control though GO-NGO cooperation for improved FCTC implementation
Agricultural Production at the Bottom of the Pyramid: A Post Flood Agricultural Production Assessment on Sandy Land (Char) of Some Selected Area in Bangladesh.
This research project is being implemented in Daulatdia, Debgram and Uzanchor unions under Goalanda upazilla of Rajbari district. These three unions are situated just on the bank of river Padma. Every year in rainy season the Padma overflows its surrounding areas. The flood water remains at a long time and it reaches nearly five to [...]