Completed Project


Completed Project by RIC

Resource Integration Centre (RIC) is one of the leading development organization in Bangladesh. After establishment, RIC contributed to the national development through implementing numerous program. RIC fund sources are mainly Projects Grants. Major funding /project partners are continuing funding support for a long time (from 1988-2015) to different projects. RIC is operating micro-credit in large volume with the financial support from PKSF, Sonali Bank, Basic Bank and Bangladesh Bank. RIC has been working with different donors since 1988. RIC has successfully completed different projects with CUSO Bangladesh, Inter Pares, ANDRE HILFE German, Bread for the world Germany, OXFAM GB/America, USCB Canada, APDH Hong Kong, AUSAID, ECHO, CARITAS Netherland, BPHC, BILAIANCE, CARE Bangladesh, CUSU, CORDAID, DANIDA. HelpAge International UK/Germany, Helen Keller International, ILO, Manusher Jonno Foundation (MJF), Vitens Evides International, and different ministries of the Bangladesh Government. Here some finished programs are narrated below:    

Facilitated Social & Health Services for Vulnerable Older People in Bangladesh: To improve the quality of living Older People through facilitated access to Health, Social and Social Services.  RIC had been implementing the project at 12 Unions in 5 districts. This project was completed in three phase, in the first phase the project was completed in June-November, 2014, the second phase was also completed by the year 2015 (March)-2016 (February) and the third and last phase was also completed by the year 2016 (April-December.

Year

Districts

Upazillas

Unions

 

2014

Gazipur

Kaliganj

Nagri

Narsingdhi

Narsingdhi
Sadar

Panchdona

Cox’s Bazar

Moheshkhali

Pourshava

Boro Moheshkhali

2015-16  (February-March)

Rangpur

Gongachara

Laxmitary

Kolkonda

Pirojpur

Pirojpur Sadar

Sikdermollick

Kodomtola

2016 (April-December)

Cox’s Bazar

Moheshkhali

Kutobjome

Chotomoheshkahli

Pirojpur

Nazirpur

Shekhmatia

Sriramkathi

BB Governor disbursed grants to the Older People.
BB Governor disbursed grants to the Older People.

Main activities of the project are interactive sharing & discussion with community groups at Ward and union level and follow-up monitoring of vulnerable Older people’s inclusion of safety net, Organize OP fairs, cultural events, and sports, Productive asset supports to the economically vulnerable groups, Survey of identifying sick, bed-ridden vulnerable older people, Organize regular Satellite clinic –conducted by trained paramedic, organize eye and physiotherapeutic camp, Special WATSAN Supports

 

Expected results of the project are:

  • Total Active 108 Ward Based Self-Help Groups, 12 Unions Older People’s Association  OPA’s   give older people a more participatory voice for inclusion of Social and Health Services.
  • At least 12903 the most Vulnerable Older women and male are the levels Social and Health Services improved in the three phases.(health service for the older people through satellite clinic.

Community Led Initiatives on Climate Change Adaptation in Moheshkhali (January 2014 – December 2016): This project was the subproject of the Community Climate Change Project (CCCP). A multi-donor trust fund, “Bangladesh Climate Change Resilience Fund (BCCRF)”, was funded by this project. Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation (PKSF) was the technical partner to this project. The major aim of this project to reduce the vulnerability of the communities of Moheshkhali Upazila to the impacts of climate change induced risk through community-led adaptation interventions. Objectives of this project were 1. Enhancing the resilience of the communities through community-led adaptation interventions focusing on livelihood diversification and income security. 2. Taking measures related to protecting /improving public utilities, infrastructure, and services. 3. Measures related to increasing access to safe water, improving sanitation, flood protection initiatives, protecting undertaken. Outputs were 1. The skill developed and Assets provided to initiate income generating activities. 2. Facilities improved access to safe drinking water, irrigation, protecting from the flood, reducing dependency on climate. It was a 36 months project (January 2014 – December- 2016).

UDDP
Urban Dredging at a canal near Kalyanpur, Dhaka

Urban Dredging Demonstration Project-UDDP (March2015-March 2016): A 13 months project on solid waste management project. RIC conducted this project with the technical support of Vitens Evides International, a world-renowned Dutch-based aqua consultant. The Royal Netherland Embassy in Dhaka provided the fund to conduct this project. The goal of this project was improving Solid Waste management-SWM practices and neighborhood cleanliness in target areas that contribute to the achievement of the UDDP objective that stakeholders’ show behavioral change and contribute actively to facilitate DWASA’s drainage and dredging services. The expected result of this project; A. Households (HH) and small businesses in target areas demonstrate/ participate in improved SWM and neighborhood cleanliness practices/ activities. B. Civil society and DCC more involved in improving neighborhood cleanliness and SWM processes in target areas.

Public Representative presents in a public hearing.
Public Representative presents in a public hearing.

Improve and Reform in Public Services for the wellbeing of  Selected Slum Dwellers in Dhaka city (IMPRESSD) (2009-16): RIC had been implementing the IMPRESSD an urban governance program with the support from Manusher Jonnaya foundation (MJF) since 2009. The project was implementing in 63 slums. In the second phase, project goal was to improve access to public services and reform that led to increase reliable access to and reduce service cost of poor slum dwellers in Dhaka city with the following specific objectives: A. To increase reliable access to govt. WATSAN, health and waste disposal services through reform and reduce service costs of selected poor slum dwellers in Dhaka city. B. To streamline the safety-net program in Dhaka city to increase the income of targeted underprivileged slum dwellers and reduce the extent of poverty. C To increase the capacity of citizen groups and slum dwellers associations for proposing and advocating reform and improvement of govt. services. 

IMPRESSD
Public Hearing

Outcomes of the project envisioned were: About 40,000 targeted poor slum dwellers had access to safe water, use the hygienic latrine and enjoy clean environment caused by pro-poor reform and practice. The project supported to the slum dwellers for achieving low-cost health services from government and other health service providers. 1000 most underprivileged urban poor’s were enrolled in the government social safety net services. Concerned authorities had adopted necessary measures to address the demand from marginalized slum community. Nagorik Adhiker Sangrakkhan Forum- NASaF and Poorest Cluster Committee (PCC)-Slum community- were also empowered themselves with the support of the project. These organization supported slum dwellers with a view to achieving citizen rights, urban facilities, engaging to better solid waste management etc. Nevertheless, these organizations were the support to reform urban governance such as submission of a memorandum and organize a dialogue with the authority.

Kuwait Goodwill Fund
Peasant’s are trained by the project.

Kuwait Goodwill Fund for Promotion of Food Securities in Islamic Countries (2011-2016): The main aim of this project was targeted people would be skilled up in food production, processing, preserving and marketing agricultural products. Along with this, the project supported families to increase income through financing to the small entrepreneurship, reducing loss attitudes, ensuring food security and providing technical support. Food and income security have ensured to the 2225 beneficiaries at Sapahar, Patnitala and Porsha Upazilla in Naogaondistrict after completion of the project. PKSF was the technical and financial management partner to this project.

image028Technical Support for Agriculture and Livestock through agriculture and livestock unit: The prime goal of the project was to alleviate poverty and increasing employments through extending pisciculture technology and agriculture among the members. Major activities of this project were training on agriculture, technology fair, distribution of equipment and establishing storage house, residential agricultural training. Peasant was beneficial, creating jobs from the program. The program was oriented at Porsha and Sapahar Upazila in Naogaon District. The program has finished by the year 2016.    

Community Legal Services for increasing justice (2013-2017): This initiative was running for the ultra-poor and underprivileged people for ensuring justice at rural level in the Pirojpur district with the support of UKAid. Without proper advocacy and experience; village court is inactive at union level to the rural people. It was a unique opportunity for the destitute poor people for resolution dispute at rural area. Main activities of the project were forming Community Based Organization, training and workshop, awareness raising, dispute resolution. Local people are aware of law and rights. This project was implemented with the partnership of Madaripur Legal Aid and RIC. Around 90,000 people were benefited from this program.

Social Accountability for Better Access to Safe Water and Sanitation – CARTA project (February 2014-March, 2015): RIC was implementing the project as a partner of Manusher Jonnaya Foundation (MJF) with the financial support of World Bank. This project was a Third Party Monitoring (TPM) initiative. It expects to contribute to strengthening the performance of the Bangladesh Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project (BRWSSP) funded by the World Bank that aims at securing access to safe drinking water and sanitation for the population of 383 unions in 33 districts of Bangladesh. RIC worked at 5 unions in 3 districts.

Public Score Card
Public Score Card

The sub-grant project would gather community feedback on the performance of the BRWSSP in terms of process as well as results, impact, and sustainability, while looking at the following aspects: A. Monitoring the quality and outcomes of the social mobilisation process under BRWSSP’s both components– piped water supply and point source water supply through a Citizen Report Card (CRC) survey. B. Build capacities of BRWSSP partners to introduce mechanisms of constant constructive engagement between service users and providers for monitoring provision of water and sanitation services in piped water schemes. This project would contribute to increasing responsiveness to community needs and effectiveness of service delivery within the framework of BRWSS project (access to safe drinking water and sanitation among the population)

Promoting older people’s Participation in Rural Development in Bangladesh (POPP) – 2009-2013: With an aim to empower village-based civil society organization by older people to engage with local authorities for more effective, transparent, and inclusive local services addressing their poverty and health. RIC had been implementing the project since 2009 with the financial support from the European Union under the partnership with HelpAge International. The project was implementing at Gangachara was one of a manga prone Upazila of Rangpur district and at Moheshkhali was the remotest coastal island in Cox’s Bazar District.

OPA
Older People’s Association Formed

To achieve the objective the project was supporting older people’s greater participation in community’s economic, social and political life through establishing and strengthening their own organizations. The project was also contributing to the capacity building of the older people, as a result, they would be capable of effectively negotiating with the local authorities to better access poverty reduction and health care facilities. The project was also to address older people’s vulnerability natural disasters the project was preparing older people and sensitizing community and was ensuring older people’s meaningful inclusion in the local disaster management committees. The project is also enhancing capacities of the older people for advocating and lobbying with national policy makers for more inclusive entitlements.

Sponsor a Grand Parents–SAG (2009-2013)/Adopt A Granny (AAG): With the technical assistance of `HelpAge International’ and with the financial support of `Help the Aged’ RIC had been implementing the SAG project in three unions of Nazirpur Upazila of Pirojpur district. The project was, directly and indirectly helping the vulnerable and marginalized older people of this area to gain fair access to poverty reduction programmes and empowerment through measurable improvement of the living condition.

The project formed “Older People’s Associations” (OPA’s) and build their capacity to monitor their local services and benefits. At first, the OP leaders identified the destitute older people through a socio-economic survey.

Older Women
Older Women get supports

Coordinated Assistance for older women in Bangladesh (2010-2012): Children and older women are the most vulnerable group in Bangladesh.To reduce the vulnerability of the older women, RIC had been implementing the project in Pubail since May 2009 and later on extended in more four unions at Kawltia union of Gazipur,  Kadamtola and Shikdar Mollik union of Pirojpur and  Holdia union of Munshigonj since May 2010 with the financial support from HelpAge Germany. Specific objectives of the project were to improve the material condition of the vulnerable women through a transfer of assets, providing health services, repairing houses and extending other support services. As a part of the strategy, the older women of all classes of the project area were organized in groups and imparted training for their capacity building to raise their voice in the society.

Food and Livelihood Security (FLS) Project (2012-2014): RIC has started implementation of the FLS project in all the Upazilas of Natore district in 2012 covering about 23 thousand vulnerable women and poor and marginal farmers. Overall objective of the action has been envisioned to improvements in food security and livelihood of the rural ultra- poor, marginal farmers and contract farmers households of northern Bangladesh by diversifying income sources of the poor women through capacity building and providing assets support, increasing diversity and crop yields of the marginal farmers and sharecroppers through enhancing their skills in adopting improved production technology and access to quality  agriculture inputs and increasing consumption of nutritious food by women and children in northern parts of Bangladesh.

Major activities of the project were: Identification and building organization of the ultra-poor women and marginal & contract farmers, Skill development on homestead gardening, non-farm production, Income Generating Activities (IGA), agricultural activities and on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Awareness raising on health, hygiene & nutrition, social and human development issues and other right based issues, Social (cash) and assets transfer and introducing savings scheme, Establishing farmers field school, introduction with, and training on modern agricultural production technologies including seed production and preservation at the community level, Linkage building with input suppliers, government and private services providers and other relevant organizations including MFI, Facilitating leadership development and advocacy for access to public resources (Khash land, water bodies), fair share of crops of the contract farmers  and for establishing rights of the ethnic minorities. Identifying farmers and their capacity building to act as an extension agent.

Post Literacy and Continuing Education for Human Development (PLCEHD) Project-2 (2009-2012): With the financial support of ADB, SDC and Bangladesh Government  and technical support of BNFE under the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education of Government of Bangladesh; RIC  implemented the PLCEHD (phase-2) project in Bagerhat district under the Khulna division. RIC was implementing this project in 9 Upazilas of Bageraht district i.e Bagerhat Sadar, Kachua, Rampal, Mangla, Fakirhat, Chitalmari, Morelgonj, Shoronkhola, and Mollahat. RIC was providing the education services through establishing 34 Learning centers (LC) in each Upazila  i.e total 306 LC’s in the district.

Eighteen supervisors, 306 lead facilitators, and 306 facilitators are conducting learning session and were organizing Skill Development Training (SDT). The learners were selected from among the neo- literate who has graduated from any of the DNFE program and any other program organized by CBA’s or any NGO’s including primary school dropouts. A total 18360 number of learners were selected of which 9180 are male and 9180 are female. 

Citizen Initiatives to create pro-poor responses of relevant Govt. and other services in Dhaka City (CIDC) (2005-2009-2013): From March 2005, with financial support from the Manusher Jonno Foundation, RIC had been implementing the CIDC Programme across twenty-five wards of Dhaka City. The programme aims to promote human security by ensuring the provision of adequate basic services to the poor and vulnerable sectors of the community. To this end, the programme has established Citizens Committees and Initiatives across the target area.
From the year 2009 the project started its 2nd phase with an objective to make service providers responsive towards the poor slum dwellers through implementing pro-poor policies & practices and building coordination among government, NGO and private sector organizations and to create proactive role of citizens and their groups, especially the poor community, through organizing, networking & mobilizing so that improved services were being rendered to the poor communities.

CIDC
Feedback session in Focus Group Discussion

The program had the specific focus on vulnerable women, and on linking with the urban health service facilities, water supply and sanitation. In this phase, an initiative had been taken to include poor people in project implementation.

Under the program, a forum namely “Nagorik Adhikar Sangrakkhan Forum (NASaF)” had formed in 25 wards with the participation of the all classes citizen of the concerned ward and there was also a Zonal coordination structure and Central coordination structure of the NASaF.

Under the intervention, RIC was facilitating the process of informing slum dwellers on the government health services facilities existing in the Dhaka urban area and how the poor people can avail services from the Government health service providing facilities. RIC also doing advocacy with the officials of the government, particularly with the Govt. Outdoor dispensary authority-GOD and school Health clinics to improve the existing health service facilities of the GOD and how these GOD’s can effective provide Primary Healthcare services to the poor segment of the urban community particularly the slum dwellers.

Vulnerable Group Development for Ultra Poor– VGDUP (2009-2013): The overall objective of the Vulnerable Group Development for Ultra-Poor (VGDUP) was to contribute to the reduction of the level of deep poverty and food insecurity in Bangladesh by enhancing the capacity of the ultra-poor, particularly women-headed households, and to contribute to the long-term sustainable socio-economic development of rural Bangladesh through cash transfer and socio-economic development activities. RIC had been implementing the programme in 10 Upazilas of Rangpur, Gaibandha and Nilphamari district since January 2009.

The VGDUP women who are ultra-poor had no means of earning in their life due to lack of job opportunities in the region. Consequently, job markets for VGDUP women & their dependents were being reduced and they are not fair paid. Considering the situation the programme action has designed in such a way  that the programme action would improve and sustained socio-economic conditions and food security of 22,222 ultra-poor VGDUP direct beneficiaries by sustainable supporting the ultra-poor women with subsistence allowance, savings, training, start-up income generating activities (IGA’s) and asset transfer in the targeted areas through a community-based approach to food security  As a result VGDUP women would increase their purchasing capacity by mobilizing local, regional resources transfer to the ultra-poor in the region. Regional resources will be utilized with the highest priority because once the resources are mobilized in its full energies the fate of the VGDUP women will be changed to the positive aspect of the social empowerment and development.

Details Information of RIC Implemented Project with Different National International donor and Government agencies are given below:

Sl.

Name of the Project

ImplementationYear 

Working area

Source of Fund

01

Rehabilitation of SIDR affected coastal fishery, small business and livestock (RESCUE)

2007

Pirojpur, Bagerhat and
Burguna

PKSF

02

Special Assistance for Housing of SIDR affected borrowers ( SAHOS)

2007

Pirojpur  and Bagerhat  District

PKSF

03

Extended support for SIDR victims

2007

Sadar, Nazirpur, Mathbaria, Bhandaria, Pirojpur

HelpAge International/ DEC

04

Core Family Shelter Construction

2007

Pirojpur

UNDP

05

Agricultural  support for Rehabilitation

2007

Patharghata
Sadar, Burgona


06

Rehabilitation support for SIDR  victims

2007

Sadar,
Nazirpur, Zianagar, Bhandaria- Pirojpur


07

Livelihood  Project

2007

Shoronkhola, Bagerhat  


08

Reconstruction of shelters of SIDR victims

2007

Mathbaria, Pirojpur and Patharghata, Sadar, Borgona

UNDP

09

Rehabilitation Assistance for Cyclone SIDR victims

2008

Mathbaria, Pirojpur

ACT
International/ RDRS

10

Extended Response Program (ERP) for
the SIDR victims

2008-2009

Pirojpur 

HelpAge
International/DEC

11

Enhancing Disaster Risk Reduction Capacity of the older people in SIDR affected area

2008-2009

Shoronkhola  & Morelgonj, Bagerhat

Ministry
of Foreign Affairs, Germany

12

WATSAN and hygiene Program for SIDR victims

2008-2009

Shoronkhola, Bagerhat

CIDA

13

WATSAN Support  for SIDR Victims

2007-2009

Shoronkhola, Bagerhat

CARE
/UNICEF

14

WASH Program in SIDR affected Area

2007-2008

Shoronkhola, Bagerhat

CARE/ ECHO

15

Restoring WATSAN system in Communities severely affected by cyclone SIDR

2007-2008

Shoronkhola
Upazila of Bagerhat District

CARE /DFID

16

Community Awareness on Safe Water  and
Sanitation 

1990-2000

Pirojpur, Hatia & Munshigonj

NGO Forum / DANIDA

17

Basic Education for Hard to Reach Urban Working Children (BEHTRUWC)

2006-2011

Dhaka City Corporation

Bureau of Non-formal Education (BNFE) / UNICEF

18

Realising the Rights of the Vulnerable and Marginalized older People in Bangladesh (RROP)

2006-2009

Dhaka, Munshigonj Gazipur, Narsighdhi, Pirojpur
& Coxs Bazar

Help
Age International / Irish AID

19

Strengthening Capacities of the Coastal vulnerable Communities through Disaster Risk Reduction Management Program (CDMP)

2006-2009

Cox`s Bazar District

Bureau
of Disaster Management / UNDP

20

Strengthening household ability to respond to development opportunities (SHOUHARDO)

2005-2009

Cox`s Bazar District

CARE Bangladesh /USAID

21

Food Security for Sustainable household livelihood (FoSoL)

2005-2009

Noagoan  District

CARE
Bangladesh / European Union

22

Post-Flood Rehabilitation of the  Flood effected weavers

2005-2006

Nawabgonj, Dhaka

ILO

23

Coastal aforestation Project

2005-2006

Kawkhali Upazila, Pirojpur

Department
of Agricultural Extension

24

Citizen Initiatives for basic services and Human security (CIDC)

2004-2008

Dhaka City

MJF

25

Livelihood Challenge Fund (LCF)

2004-2005

Cox`s Bazar

CARE, Bangladesh

26

Empowerment of the Coastal Fishing Community of livelihood Security (ECFC)

2003-2004

Cox’s Bazar

CARE, Bangladesh

27

Older citizen monitoring Project (OCMP)

2004-2006

Pirojpur & Gazipur

HelpAge International

 

28

Post Literacy & Continuing Education for Human Development Project (PLCEHD-1)

2003-2007

Pirojpur & Gazipur

Directorate
of Non-formal education (DNFE)

29

CARE–SHABGE Project

2003-2006

Cox’s Bazar

CARE, Bangladesh, DFID

30

ESP Delivery Project

2003-2004

Cox’s Bazar

BPHC/PHD

31

Save newborn life (SNL)

2003-2004

Cox’s Bazar

Save the Children

32

Hatia Homestead Ecological Gardening Project

2004-2006

Hatia, Noakhali

CARE, Bangladesh/ DANIDA

33

Nutritional  Surveillance Project (NSP) 

2003-2006

Dhaka City

Helen Keller International

34

Bangladesh urban Disaster Mitigation Project (BDMP)

2003-2004

Dhaka

CARE
Bangladesh

35

Adarsha Gram Project-II

2003-2005

Manda, Patnitala, Mahadevpur-Noagoan and Dhamrai -Dhaka 

Ministry
of Land / European Union

36

Food security for vulnerable Group development (FSVGD)

2002-2006

Charghat, Bagha and Puthia Upazila of Rajshahi

Department
of women affairs/ WFP

37

Prevention & Elimination of worst form of child labor (WFCL)

2002-2007

Dhaka City Corporation

ILO-IPEC

38

Disaster Management Program

2002-2004

Narsighdhi & Munshigonj

CARE, Bangladesh

39

Adapt A granny Project  (AAG)

2001-2007

Pirojpur

HelpAge International

40

Financial services for the poorest (FSP)

2001-2007

Cox`s Bazar

PKSF

41

Sundorbon Bio-diversity conservation Project (SBCP)

2001-2003

Mathbaria, Pirojpur

Ministry
of forest & Environmentevation
ox`BazarE)

42

Advocacy Program  for older
People

2000-2001

Dhaka, Narsigndhi, Pirojpur, Moheshkhali

HelpAge International

 

43

ESP Delivery Project

2000

Moheshkhali

BPHC

44

Research on Elder situation in Bangladesh

2000

Moheshkhali and Pirojpur Sadar

HelpAge International

45

Disaster Management Program (DMP)

2000

Cox`s Bazar

CARE, Bangladesh

46

Adopt A Granny  (AAG)Project

2000

Pirojpur

HelpAge International

47

Sustainable development  program
for  rural older people

1997-2001

Narsigndhi

HelpAge International

48

Integrated  program for empowering  for the rural poor

1998-2001

Narsigndhi

BILANCE

49

Community-Based development Program for the elderly people

1991-1994

Moheshkhali, Cox`s Bazar

MIN

50

Rehabilitation program for flood effected people

1999

Narsigndhi

CARITAS, Netherland

51

Rehabilitation and disaster Preparedness for older people

2001-2002

Pirojpur

HelpAge, UK

52

Rehabilitation for older people effected by flood

1999-2000

Pirojpur

HelpAge, UK

53

Post-flood Rehabilitation of older People in Bangladesh

1999-2000

Pirojpur

HelpAge, Germany

54

Research on  Elder People and
Disaster

1999

Moheshkhali & Pirojpur Sadar

ECHO

55

Education and Sanitation program for the Disadvantage people

1998-1999

Moheshkhali, Cox`s Bazar

AUSAID

56

Adopt A Granny  (AAG)Project

1994

Pirojpur

HelpAge International

57

Adult Literacy Program (NFEP-2)

1998-2000

Hatia of Noakhali & Moheshlhali of Cox`Bazar

Directorate
of Non-formal education (DNFE)

58

Adult Literacy Program (NFEP-1)

1999-2000

Manikgonj Sadar & Kalihati Tangail

Directorate
of Non-formal education (DNFE)

59

Hard to reach Project (NFE-3)

1998-2003

Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi, and Khulna City Corporation

Directorate of Non-formal education (DNFE)

60

Integrated Non-formal Education Program

1995

Srinagar Upazila

Department
of Primary and Mass Education

61

Integrated Non-formal Education Program

1994

Munshigonj Sadar

Department
of Primary and Mass Education

62

Integrated Non-formal Education Program

1993

Pirojpur

Department
of Primary and Mass Education

63

Non-formal Education Program (NFE)

1993

Pirojpur

BRAC

64

People Organization through leadership training and education

1993-1996

Narsigndi

APHD, Hong Kong

65

Integrated Primary Health Care Development Project

1993-1998

Moheshkhali, Coxbazar

BPHC, Bangladesh

66

Coastal Green Belt project

1997-1990

Pirojpur

Department of Forest

67

Housing Reconstruction program  for flood affected  area

1992-1993

Narsigndi

UNDP

68

Income Generation Program (IGA)

1991-1994

Pirojpur

USCB, Canada

69

Emergency relief rehabilitation program of the cyclone and tidal surge victim

1991-  1993

Hatia, Noakhali

OXFAM, America

70

Emergency rehabilitation for the Tornado  cyclone  victims

1995-1996

Munshigonj

OXFAM, America

71

Deep-tube well distribution among tidal surge victims

1995-1996

Hatia, Noakhali

HelpAge, UK

72

Community-based Rehabilitation Services for elderly people

1995-1996

Narsigndhi

HelpAge, UK

73

Post-Rehabilitation Program for Cyclone affected people

1991-1992

Hatia, Noakhali

OXFAM, America

74

Rehabilitation services for Elderly  people

1991 – 1996

Hatia, Noakhali

HelpAge

International

75

Rehabilitation of the Cyclone affected people

1991 – 1994

Moheshkhali, Coxbazar

HelpAge International

76

Women Empowerment Project

1997

Shapahar, Naogoan

OXFAM, America

77

Integrated Development Program for  the disadvantaged people

1995-1997

Shapahar, Naogoan

OXFAM, America

78

Community and women development Program (CWDPS)

1994

Shapahar, Naogoan

OXFAM, UK

79

Integrated community development for the women

1992-1995

Shapahar, Naogoan

OXFAM, UK

80

Sustainable Development program for disadvantaged people

1992-1994

Shapahar, Naogoan

OXFAM, UK

81

Sustainable Development program for the Tribal

1991-1992

Shapahar, Naogoan

Bread
for the world  Germany

82

An Integrated approach to achieve quality in life of slum dwellers  in urban poor

1993-1995

Dhaka City

Inter Pares

83

Socio-economic development Program for the Rickshaw puller

1990-1992

Pirojpur

Inter Pares

84

Community-based rehabilitation services for visually handicap children  & younger

1994-1997

Manikgonj  Sadar

ANDHRE HILFE Germany

85

Community-based rehabilitation services for visually handicap children

1989-1993

Manikgonj  Sadar

STICHTING
KINDERPOST ZEGELS, Netherland

86

Relief  and Rehabilitation Program

1988-1990

Shapahar, Naogoan

CUSO
Bangladesh

87

Development program for  the Tribal

1988-1990

Shapahar, Naogoan

CUSO
Bangladesh

 RIC Own Funded Implementing Project

Sl

Name of the project

Implementation Year 

Working Area

01

Housing Repair and distribution Sanitary Latrine

1994

Manikgonj

02

Formal Education for  Indigenous  Children

1994

Shapahar, Noagoan

03

Housing Repair for post-flood affected people

1997

Moheshkhali, Cox`s Bazar

04

Publication on Madrid International Plan of action on ageing

2002

Dhaka

05

Community-Based Development Program for the elderly people

2002-07

Cox`s Bazar