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Introduction:

ABOHALITO NARI O SHISHU KALLAN SONGSTA (ANAMIKA)
Habib Mantion, Rosulbag, P.O: Langolkhali, Upazila: Lalmohan, Dist: Bhola

Prepared by
MD.HABIB ULLAH
Executive Director
ABOHALITO NARI O SHISHU KALLAN SONGSTA (ANAMIKA)

Tel- 8801718730322
E-mail: anamikamir322@gmail.com

Abohalito Nari O Shishu Kallan Songsta (ANAMIKA)is a non-govt. non-profitable and non-political voluntary Development organisation. It was established in July 1, 2003 with the initiation of a group of educated, dedicated and energetic social works and NGO personnel of the country with an aim to promote the socio-economic and cultural status of the rural poor and disadvantaged people, emphasising the women and children through concretization, capacity building, institution build & capital formation and imparting felt-need based and rights based problem solving programs by adopting modern and scientific technologies.
It believes in non-directive, bottom up, integrated and participatory development frame work and acts as a catalyst with its concerned people.

Legal Status:
Abohalito Nari O Shishu Kallan Songsta (ANAMIKA) was registered with the Directorate of Social Services and NGO Affairs Bureau, Govt. of Bangladesh vide registration Nos..:

a) Abohalito Nari O Shishu Kallan Songsta ANAMIKA- No-Dha-07299, Dt. 06/04/2000
b) FDO.R No-1951 Dt. 17/08/2004

Membership:
Abohalito Nari O Shishu Kallan Songsta (ANAMIKA) is the active member of Association of Development Agencies in Bangladesh (ADAB), Centre for Disability and Development (CDD), NFOWD, Bangladesh Protibondi Unnayan Foundation, NGO Forum for DWSS, Credit Development Forum (CDF), Networks.

G o a l
Promoting the socio-economic status of the rural poor and underprivileged people, emphasising the women and children and also empowerment through undertaking appropriate and sustainable programmes.

Targeted Beneficiaries:
Mainly the rural community people are the targeted beneficiaries but priority is given, who have less than 50 decimals of land, earn less than Tk.1000/- per month, per member, illiterate, and socially less conscious, unable to fulfil basic needs, expenditures are greater than income, provides at least 200 days manual labour, destitute and vulnerable children, who are exploited and oppressed.

Implementation Strategy:
Organised groups are the main wheels of all activity implementations. Firstly, the beneficiaries are identified and organised into small groups and given consciousness through continuous motivation, discussions in group meetings, and non-formal education. Project are planned and implemented adopting bottom up participatory process considering the felt needs, and problems of the group members and their recommendations. Fullest participation of the beneficiaries is ensured in planning, execution and evaluation for better understanding and effective results. Apart from the target group approach, community approach are also adopted considering the common issues, which cover whole the community people like EPI, safe water and Sanitation, education, process of democracy, environment and disasters preparedness and management.

Organisational Management:
The General Council of 36 members of the organisation is the highest policy formulation body and meets once in a year to review and approve plans, budgets, expenditures, and progresses and also formulate policy decisions and elect Executive Committee for 2 years. The Executive Committee (EC) of 11 members meets quarterly to approve and review the quarterly plans, budgets, expenditures and progresses and makes policy decisions. The Executive Director materialises the decision through his staff and volunteers.

Working/Operational Areas:
Currently we have been working in 79 villages of 16 unions of five upazillas in Bhola
district.
The areas are in the coastal areas of the dangerous river Jamuna and Brammaputra and also close to the Bay of Bengal. Bhola is called the coastal district of the country, because of its local and situation and geographical coverage, a very disaster prone, remote, and riverine area. It needs 4-5 hours to reach at Bhola by launch or boat from the main land of the country, as it is isolated from the main land. The areas are neglected, underprivileged, disadvantaged and coastal and highly poverty-stricken area, where lived maximum poor people on others lands as sheltered and work with their lands for livelihood, which is very conservative and religious minded areas, because of high illiteracy and social unconsciousness. These areas were selected considering the poverty, people’s conditions and isolation etc.

PRESENT ACTIVITIES:

Training, Seminar and Workshop:
Training, seminar and workshop play a very important role in the field of development. So, (ANAMIKA) emphasises on training very much and it has developed a special Training Cell with experienced, skilled and qualified Training personnel. For increasing the capacity and efficiency of the staff members as well as the beneficiaries the organisation arranges training courses, workshops and seminars for the staff and beneficiaries internally and externally to increase the efficiency, skills and to change the attitudes of them by which they capably and efficiently perform their responsibilities and duties in a proper and effective manner. During the reporting period, the following training, seminar and workshops were arranged:

Information of Training, Seminar and Workshop

Sl. Nature of Training. Duration. Participants. Total. Nature of
No. male – female participants

A. Group Members’ Training:
1. Human Development. 3 days. 40 120 160 Group members.
2. Leadership and
Group management. 3 days. 30 150 180 Group Leaders.

3. Accounts management. 3 days. 20 90 110 Group Cashiers.
4. Couple training. 3 days. 30 40 70 Group members.
5. Legal aid. 3 days. 40 50 90 Group members.
6. TBA training. 5 days. 00 25 25 Local TBAs.
7. Vegetable cultivation. 3 days. 30 150 180 Group members.
Homestead/kitchen
gardening.
8. Poultry rearing. 2 days. 60 180 240 Group members.
9. Gender Development. 3 days. 60 180 240 Group members.
10. Primary Health care. 3 days. 45 150 195 Group members.
11. Human Rights. 3 days. 60 90 150 Group members.
12. Women’s rights. 3 days. 0 125 125 Group members.
13. IGA & Credit management. 3 days. 75 300 375 Group members.

B. Staff Members’ Training:
1. Group formation and
management. 5 days. 25 18 43 Staff members.
2. Savings and Credit
management. 5 days. 12 15 27 Staff members.
3. Accounts management. 5 days 15 10 25 Staff members.
4. Project Planning and
Management. 7 days. 4 2 6 Staff members.
5. Leadership and
management. 5 days. 10 15 25 Staff members.
6. Monitoring and evaluation. 5 days. 5 4 9 Staff members.
7. Primary Health care. 7 days. 10 16 26 Staff members.
8. Community Leadership. 5 days. 7 15 22 Staff members.
9. Legal Aid. 6 days. 9 6 15 Staff members.
10. Gender Development. 5 days. 8 12 20 Staff members.
11. TOT for water and
sanitation. 12 days. 6 4 10 Staff members.
C. Workshop:

1. Workshop on working children. 1 day. 50 60 110 workingchildren
Local government representatives &
Stake holders
2. Parents day observation. 1 day. 30 70 100 Parents.
3. Rally. 1 day. 100 150 250 Children.
4. Child Rights day observation. 1 day. 100 150 250 Children.
5. Disaster Preparedness
and management. 1 day. 30 75 105 Staff members.
6. Water and sanitation. 1 day. 45 200 245 Group members.
7. Arsenic awareness workshop. 1 day. 90 45 135 Group members.
8. Teachers (schools)
orientation. 3 days. 02 10 12 Teachers.

9. Student orientation
on water and sanitation. 1 day. 150 200 350 Students.

D. Seminars:
1. Women’s rights day. 1 day. 150 300 450 Group members
& community people.

2. Gender and Development. 1 day. 150 160 310 Do.
3. Voters’ Orientation/education. 1 day. 250 430 680 Community People.

Impacts:
. Knowledge, experiences, efficiency and skills of staff members and beneficiaries and also the community people have changed a lot.

. Changed people attitudes and mentality and also developed leadership and management capacity of the organised group members in different respects.

Natural practices have changed.

Performed the responsibilities and duties effectively and properly.

. Leadership and Management capacity have increase among the staff members as well as the beneficiaries.

. The organised group members are leading, managing and running their own group activities by themselves.

. Group activities are more active and smooth.

. The group members are becoming self-dependent and self-initiators.

Child and Adult Education:

ALIA feels education is the main and important factor for all development activities. So, education gets top priority in every case of development affairs.( ANAMIKA) Educates the targeted people in different ways to raise their level of understanding before starting any project activities and to eradicate illiteracy. To this end, (ANAMIKA) emphasise adult education and child education programs.( ANAMIKA) especially emphasises on the development of the poor children considering the child labourers, who are stremely deprived from their rights. So, in the rural areas, (ANAMIKA) has been supporting the working children for their rights with the support of SKN-Netherlands. So far 4500 adults and 2300 children have been made literate and school going. Still( ANAMIKA) is running 15 literacy centres with 450 learners and 10 children schools with 260 students (working children). All the learners are women and among the students 60 percent is girls.

Impacts:

. Literacy rate has increased among the poor people, especially among the poor and vulnerable women.

. Increased social awareness among the poor women and they are more united and created movement in the locality for their own rights and legal rights.

. They can realise the value of education and taking initiatives to send their children to schools for education.

. School going habit has increased among the children and attends school regularly, which has created educational mentality among the poor children and parents.

. Growing local initiatives and government initiatives for children education in the operational areas, because, the beneficiaries are creating joint pressure to the local policy makers and local administrations.

Drop out rate has reduced.

Social obstacles of women have reduced.

Believe on superstition has reduced.

People realise the value of education and new education institutions are being established.

Fish Cultivation Program:

ALIA emphasises to develop the fish resources in the operational areas to create employment and income earning opportunities for fishermen society and also to minimise the protein deficiency in the area. It also helps local resources utilisation. Last year (ANAMIKA) re-excavated 13 silted ponds and provided for fish cultivation to the fisher groups. The fishermen groups are cultivating fishes in the ponds and getting benefits.

Impact:

Protein deficiency has minimised,

The fishermen group members have got employment and income earning opportunities,

Local resources are being utilised.

More people have got interest and cultivating fishes.

Health, Nutrition and Family Welfare Motivation :

Health:

To develop a healthy community in the operation area (ANAMIKA) has been implementing primary health, Nutrition, and Family Welfare motivation and education activities. The staff members of the organisation educate and motivate the group members through group meetings, personnel contact, and house to house visits. During discussion on health topics, they use flip charts, posters, etc. for easy understanding of the group members. Different seminars and workshops are arranged to create mass awareness on health. As the Executive Director is a Doctor, so, he took initiatives to provide curative medical services to the poor and vulnerable patients. So, in case of health development his contribution is much.

Impacts:

Common diseases have reduced’

People practice health education.

Community health has become improved.

Nutrition:

To overcome nutritional deficiency and ensure nutritional food available,( ANAMIKA) has been educating the people about nutrition. The staff continuously education and motivate the group members for developing kitchen gardens, balance diets, nutrition rich food staff and also their processing.

Impact:

People have become habituated with vegetable cultivation and their uses.

Nutritional deficiency has minimised.

People are aware about nutritional foodstuffs.

Family Welfare:

(ANAMIKA) emphasises Family Welfare among the group members to reduce population growth rate and to make planned family considering their family economic condition. The staff members motivate, educate and encourage the group members to practice. The staff refers the acceptors to the Upazilla Health Complex for ligation, Vasectomy, Copper-T etc. The organisation collects contraceptives from the Upazilla Health Complex and ensures supplies to the acceptors. So far 1575 group members have been covered, who are practising Family Welfare methods.

Impact:

Growth rate has minimised.

. Developed planned families.

. Created social emancipation and more people are becoming interested on planned families.

. Poverty is minimised.

M C H:

In the rural areas, women and children are the main victims of poverty, which results high maternal and child mortality rate and malnutrition, the staff members time to time visit the houses and identify malnourished children and pregnant mothers and provide education and advice to them. In serious cases, they send them to the Upazilla Health Complex for better treatment. The organisation has a Paramedic Doctor, who provides treatment to the patients and in serious cases, provides free medicines. Last year a total of 435 mothers and 722 children were given treatment.

Impact:

. Child and maternal health have improved.

. People have become interested for planned families as mortality rate is minimised.

. Communication with the Upazilla Health Complex has developed.

. Eligible couples are practising Family Welfare methods regularly.

E P I :

The Bangladesh Government has been imparting EPI in the whole country for the children to save them from 6 serious diseases. The( ANAMIKA) has been helping the Government program EPI in different ways i.e. motivate and encourage the parents, women and the children for accepting EPI through house visits and identifying children and send them to the centres for vaccination.

Impact:

. Mortality rate of the children and mothers has minimised.

. Reduced serious diseases.

. Mass awareness has created among the community.

Water and Sanitation:

In rural areas of Bangladesh, generally the people do not use pure drinking water and water sealed latrines. As a result different water borne diseases spread out and attack the people and kills lot of valuable lives every year at undue period.

Considering the importance( ANAMIKA) has been implementing pure drinking water supply and sanitation programs in the project areas with the cooperation of NGO Forum and other donors. The main activities are to motivate, educate and encourage practices and also to change their present attitudes and habits, install tube wells, install water sealed latrines and to develop Village Sanitation Centres (VSC). (ANAMIKA) arranges different documentary film shows on water and sanitation and observe different related days to change the people’s mind and to create mass awareness among the people on use of pure drinking water and water sealed latrines to prevent water borne diseases for their secured lives. The staff of( ANAMIKA), educate and motivate the people through group meetings, house to house visits, and personal contacts and arranging gatherings. (ANAMIKA) has developed one VS Centre, where rings and slabs are produced and supplied to the beneficiaries as well as the community people. So, far (ANAMIKA) has been installed 568 water sealed latrines and 33 tube wells in the operational areas covering app. 7000 people.

Impacts:

. Environmental pollution has minimised.

. Water borne diseases are minimised.

. Healthy atmosphere has developed.

. Mortality rate is minimised.

Social Afforestation Program:

To prevent environmental degradation (ANAMIKA) has been implementing different kind of programs in the operational areas. Social afforestation program is one of them.( ANAMIKA) has been implementing social afforestation in the all project areas intensively and extensively. The main components of this program are: a) Nursery development for production of saplings and supply, b) Homestead based plantation, c) Community based plantation and d) Kitchen gardening. The staff of the organisation motivate and encourage the group members and the community people to produce and plant trees and for developing kitchen gardening at their homestead lands. They also motivate and encourage not cut any trees, about the bad affects of environmental degradation and pollution, how to prevent pollution etc.( ANAMIKA) has developed a small Nursery near the Office from where yearly 10000 saplings are produced and supplied to the community people with production cost. So far (ANAMIKA) has been provided and planted 10500 saplings through 500 families of beneficiaries and community people. Among those, 3000 saplings were planted in community places. A total of 221 families have developed kitchen gardens in their homestead lands. The demand is increasing gradually day by day, which proves that the people are aware about environmental pollution and tree plantation.

Impacts:

> Improved environmental conditions and controlled pollution.

> Planted trees by the community people.

> Increased natural resources.

> Increased nutrient fruit production.

> Increased fuels supply and wood supply.

Legal Aid Education:

The rural people are not conscious at all about their legal rights, legal laws etc. So, they become victims and cheated by the Matabbars and touts being misguided. (ANAMIKA) has been educating targeted people on legal education, arrange workshops and rallies on legal rights, women’s rights, arrange mediation meetings with the conflictor and also provides legal supports to the poor victims.

Impact:
> Divorce, abandon, husband separation, and oppression are minimised.

> Dowry is minimised.

> Women are getting value, legal wages, and rights.

Disable People Development:

Disability development is one of the most important and on going program of (ANAMIKA) and it has been continuing disability development program successfully and effectively from 2001 with the technical and financial support of DRRA /SLF and Centre for Disability Development (CDD). Already (ANAMIKA) has developed 3 staff for this program.

(ANAMIKA) has been providing the above-mentioned services to the identified disable people through organising them and their families, by which their families’ economic conditions can improve and they can take proper care of their disable members. Actually the disables need more interventions for their development and establishment but due to financial limitation, it can not provide proper services to the disable people. So we need all sorts of cooperation, materials and financial support for working for the disable people of our working areas, because, government and other services for the disable people are totally absent in the working areas.

Impacts:
Identified disable people of different categories of the working areas.
 They are getting different kinds of services for development.
 Some disable people are involved in economic activities.
 Aware community people about disable people.
 Disable people are well accepted by the community.
 Community initiatives are creating to rehabilitate and Education the disable people.

Folk Culture Program:

For creating mass awareness on different subjects like human rights, women’s rights, child’s rights, voter education, disability development, water and sanitation, national culture development etc. and to provide practical and effective education to the mass people, (ANAMIKA) has been working on folk culture, because, people are very much interested for these cultural functions in the rural and coastal areas. So,( ANAMIKA) arranges folk song, popular theatres, on the above mentioned subjects, where people get practical education and adopt in their daily lives for their own development.

Impacts:

. Aware community people on different subjects and adopt in their daily lives.

. Create mass movement among the people.

Disaster Preparedness and Management:

The organisation undertakes relief and rehabilitation programs to help the poor affected people at the time of disasters. There are 22 trained volunteers and staff for this purpose.

Relief and Rehabilitation :

The organisation undertakes relief and rehabilitation programs to help the poor affected people at the time of disasters. There are some trained volunteers and staff for this purpose. During the reporting time we have supported 1,250 affected people in our coastal areas. At the same time we also has raised awareness of 6,245 target people of the geographic areas.

Staffing:
The current staff figure of (ANAMIKA) is as below:

Types Male Female Total
Management 04 05 09
Regular 07 8 15
Part-time 05 07 12
Volunteer 05 05 10
Total 21 25 46

Financial Management:
All the funds of( ANAMIKA) are deposited in its Bank Account, which is operated with the joint signatory of the Chairperson, Secretary and the Treasurer of the Executive Committee. In the quarterly Executive Committee meeting all the plans, budgets, expenditures and progresses are reviewed and approved and then the budgeted approved amount is transferred to the operation account, which is operated by the Executive Director and the Accountant jointly. The Accountant maintains all the accounts and documents according to the accounting principle and audit standard. The Executive Director approves the all expenditures and the Treasurer time to time checks the accounts.
Donors and supports(present and previous):

a) Southern NGO Network. b) Child Health Foundation

c) Bangladesh Protibondhi Foundation. d) DRRA / SLF

e) NGO forum for DWSS f) Bangladesh Development Society.
g) Department of Non-Formal Education. h) Department of women Affairs

i) Membership subscription. j) Local contribution.

Conclusion:

In spite of remaining lot of problems and limitations,( ANAMIKA) has conducted a good job regarding the implementation of the activities with the sincere cooperation of the staff, volunteers, and Executive Committee members. The present donors have played a very important role in the implementation of the activities through providing moral and financial supports. We are grateful and thankful to them and anticipate continuous cooperation. We hope, if more donors support us, we could be able to cover more targeted people and help in their socio-economic enhancement and empowerment. We cordially anticipate all sorts of moral and financial supports from all concerns for our development activities.

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