Wednesday, April 15, 2020

The Annual report of FY-2017, 2018-2019




The Annual Report of FY 20019





Address: Debashis Nagar, Rangamati,
 P.O.Box no. 25, Rangamati-4500, Bangladesh.
                       Phone: 035163658, Mobile:01553761747, 01732929099
E-mail: ksscht@gmail.com
Web:http://kaposebasanghakss.blogspot.com



























Content
  1. Non-formal education program:
  2. HIV/AIDS education program:
  3. Water & Sanitation Program hygiene Promotion,:
  4. Horticulture Training


 






























Message from President:
The development education is the key element of community development through the government running primary education in each union of Chittagong Hill Tracts. Yet a large number of poor marginalized children remained outside of receiving primary education in several hard to reach areas of the unions. To increase literacy rate and to ensure primary education to each of the poor illiterate child Pugobel is also constantly making efforts in rural areas of Langadu Upazilla along with BRAC. I think it will need more time to remove illiteracy from the society, because the infrastructure of rural union is still far reach due to backward communication it is difficult to reach to all of the rural villages of the hard reach areas children.   The extreme poor families children are very often engaged in household works instead of sending them to the schools, so public awareness motivation and close service orientation are essential to these backward communicated areas. Besides this lack of regular funds flows of the small NGO is also a risk and barrier of effective implementation of the educational projects in these rural projected areas. So, I draw attention to the donors to increase funding to the grassroots level local community based NGOs which directly reach to the rural areas and I think, if the local community based NGOs, COs think-tanks are engaged in rural development programs through making capacities and increasing availability funds, the achievement   of MDGs will be expedited.
In conclusion, I thank to BRAC, DANIDA and NGO Forum for their financial and in-kind supports for our development projects and I also thank to our patrons, individual donor and the members of Pugobel who contributed to the development project under taken by this Kapo Seba Sangha organization and hope to receive the same contribution from you.





In conclusion, I thank to BRAC, DANIDA and NGO Forum for their financial and in-kind supports for our development projects and I also thank to our patrons, individual donors and the members of Kapo Seba Sangha who contributed to the development project undertaken by this PUGOBEL organization and hope to receive the same contribution from you in the future..




























5.     Non-formal primary education program
Pugobel continuously has been implementing a non-formal education project- providing primary educational facilities to grade 1 to 3 extreme poor working and disadvantaged children age 8-12 years at community-based schools in Langadu and Atharakchara unions. This educational project/activities are conducted by hiring teachers and volunteers which are managed by the   local community ( school management committees) formed   together with community-based volunteers and parent teachers associations; the main objective of  this educational project is to bring the 8-12 years dropped out children into the educational development service ensuring primary education to the target children.  
       
  1. HIV/AIDS Program:
 Bangladesh located near by a high HIV/AIDS alarming country of India and there were many cases of HIV positive found  among the students, labours, truckers and migrated individuals in our country, to prevent spreading of HIV/AIDS  Kapo Seba Sangha  conducted a HIV/AIDS education project -providing education on transmissible virus of HIV/AIDS which easily transmitted by blood transferring and sexual practice-in Lagadu and Athrakchara Union partnership with Maitre-Bangladesh. Kapo Seba Sangha organized education workshops in projected villages- discussed the prevention measures fo spreading HIV/AIDS   targeting the youth and several voluntary groups was formed with the target communities and separate groups with youth  and adolescent including distribution of leaflets.


Water, Sanitation and hygiene Promotion Project:
Kapo Seba Sangha implemented a school based hygiene promotion, water and sanitation education programs were conducted by the Pugobel organization along with educational program providing education on use of safe drinking water, purification process of contaminated water raising awareness on prevention of water born diseases. Pugobel provided sanitation education to the community people of projected villagers to use hygienic latrine, sandal use  in getting into the latrines and hand washing with soaps after evacuation , behavior change, practicing sanitary latrine use, leaving open space evacuation, keeping clean the house yards/around houses and school grounds.
Pugobel organized workshops to raise public awareness raising on water, sanitation and hygiene promotion on community- based and schools-based programs and through this awareness campaign a total 3631 villagers brought into this services and able change their sanitation behavior, now 85% of the villages people constructed hygienic latrine in five villages of Langadu union.

Horticulture Training:
Kapo Seba Sangha conducted a horticulture training providing sapling production, planting, caring and watering the sapling/plants including distribution plants. The mentioned above training provided to 25 poor farmers in Langadu Upazila for 1 month. A total of 25 marginalized farmers received practical horticultural training facilities and the purpose of this program is to teach the target group members the technology of modern fruit gardening, high-bread agricultural production  and  make them into the good skilled  agro-based cash-crop producers , to increase their agro-based income by applying the modern scientific agricultural technology hi-bread fruit production, grafting and sapling production systems.




  1. Health education program:
Pugobel implemented a mother and child health (MCH) project in Atarakchara Union covering 5 villages provided MCH education to the lactating mother, pregnant women and other target people explaining the needed care and services neonatal and post natal services and to conduct delivery with skilled TBA. The purpose of the MCH program is to reduce the mortality and morbidity rates of mothers and children into the rural areas of Atarokchara a Union where such service is unavailable and the rate of mortality and mobility of mother and children is higher than the other Thana as the hard to reach isolated village women are quite unaware of this services.
A total of 12 workshops were organized in 5 villages target stakeholders.   

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The Annual Report of FY 2018


Address: Debashis Nagar, Rangamati,
 P.O.Box no. 25, Rangamati-4500, Bangladesh.
                       Phone: 035163658, Mobile:01553761747, 01732929099
E-mail: ksscht@gmail.com
Web:http://kaposebasanghakss.blogspot.com






























Content
  1. Non-formal education program:
  2. HIV/AIDS education program:
  3. Water & Sanitation Program hygiene Promotion,:
  4. Horticulture Training


 




Message from President:
 Since inception, the Kapo Seba Sangha l organization undertaken community-based educational programs, established 15 community-based primary schools collaborating with the community peoples of the and finally BRAC came forward to support our valuable causes supporting cash and in-kinds in our educational programs since 2006. "Education is the spine of a nation" proverb is a true valuable word, no one nation can be developed without education. As our country is the poorest amongst the developing countries of the world, it is because; the literacy rate is so low in south-east Asian countries. So, to reduce poverty, first we need education, the education can be rendered the population into the  valuable human resources, skilled educated men and women can lead the country to the top developed  nation. For above reason, Kapo Seba Sangha trying to reduce illiteracy from the society by educating the marginalized extreme poor children, dropped out children and disadvantaged children by providing  non-formal and formal primary educational facilities, re-schooling and supporting their families in our development  programs to increase their income so that  their children can continue their education and  rebuild their lives.
 The marginalized community peoples do not access to required information on the scopes of obtaining free health, sanitation, education and other development ,  further, the extreme poor people do not have the spare of time to go to the Upazila and district head quarter to have such health related information for their ill family members for better treatment and when their patients become serious at that time they have to take them to the district hospitals and need much time and money to reach to the district hospitals/clinics, to manage  such amount of money can be collected by selling their only beasts. on the other hand, if the only incoming family members are engaged with the patients treatment, the other family members have face hunger without sufficient food.

The mentioned above situations/problems are always evolved the rural poor families who need complete free health care service at their door steps, so I would like to encourage the health service-providing institutions to go and provide health facilities to the extreme poor peoples of  backward communicated areas of CHT.



 In conclusion, I thank to BRAC, DANIDA and NGO Forum for their financial and in-kind supports for and development projects and I also thank to our patrons, individual donors and the members of Kapo Seba Sangha who contributed to the development project under taken by this PUGOBEL organization and hope to receive the same contribution from you.

























12.                        Non-formal primary education program
Kapo Seba Sangha continuously implementing a non-formal education providing primary educational facilities class 1 to 4 and 5 to the extreme poor children age 8-12 years at the schools established by support of BRAC and PUGOBEL . This educational project / activities are conducted in Longadu, Bogachadar, Gulshakhali, Atarakchara, Kalapakujya and Mainimukh  union with   the rented employers (Teachers) one teacher in each school / education center, the main task of this is to bring the 8-12 years dropped out, disadvantaged children into the educational development service ensuring primary education to the target children. Kapo Seba Sangha formed school management committee consists of 10 member in each school which monitor , supervise and follow up the educational program, activities of the schools under the instruction and guidance of Kapo Seba Sangha L  Executive Council (EC) and Project Implementation Committee(PIC).
       
  1. HIV/AIDS Program:
P Kapo Seba Sangha implemented a HIV/AIDS education project -providing education on transmissible virus of HIV/AIDS which easily transmitted by blood transferring and sexual practice- Kapo Seba Sangha  conducted this program with joint funding with Maitre-Bangladesh by organizing workshops- raising awareness on  prevention o spreading HIV/AIDS  among the  peoples of the project sites- especially  targeting  the  youth and adolescent, a community-based  voluntary group was formed with the target youth  and adolescent to conduct the HIV/AIDS education program by distributing leaflets containing relevant information of introduction and prevention instruction guidance of HIV?AIDS. The Program launched in Rangamati and Kaptai Upazila.


  1.  Water, Sanitation and hygiene Promotion Program :
Kapo Seba Sangha conducted a community-based hygiene promotion, water and sanitation education programs were conducted by the Kapo Seba Sangha organization along with educational program providing education on use of safe drinking water, purification process of contaminated water raising  awareness on prevention of water born diseases. Kapo Seba Sangha provided sanitation education to the community people of projected villagers to use hygienic latrine, sandal use  in getting into the latrines and hand washing with soaps after evacuation , behavior change, practicing sanitary latrine use, leaving open space evacuation, keeping clean the house yards/around houses and school grounds.
Kapo Seba Sangha organized workshops to raise public awareness raising on water, sanitation and hygiene promotion on community- based and schools-based programs and through this awareness campaign a total 3631 villagers brought into this services and able change their sanitation behavior, now 85% of the villages people constructed hygienic latrine in five villages of Langadu union.

  1. Horticulture Training:
Kapo Seba Sangha conducted horticulture training to 20 poor farmers providing sapling production, planting, caring and watering the sapling/plants including distribution plants. The mentioned above training provided to 25 poor farmers in 2 batches .One batch 13 and another batch 12 trainees, 15 days in a batch. The 21 trainees received practical skills in theoretical and practical methods; the purpose of this training is to make the poor farmers into the good skilled gardeners, increase their agro-based income by applying the modern scientific agricultural technology hi-bread fruit production, grafting and sapling production systems.

  1. Health education program:
Kapo Seba Sangha implemented a mother and child health (MCH) project in Atarakchara Union covering 5 villages provided MCH education to the lactating mothers, pregnant women and other target people explaining the needed care and services neonatal and post natal services and to conduct delivery with skilled TBA. The purpose of the MCH program is to reduce the mortality and morbidity rates of mothers and children into the rural areas of Atarokchara a Union  where such service is unavailable and the rate of mortality and mobility of mother and children is higher than the other thana as the hard to reach isolated village women are quite unaware of this services.
A total of  12 workshops were organized in 5 villages target stakeholders.  


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The Annual Report of FY 2017





Address: Debashis Nagar, Rangamati,
 P.O.Box no. 25, Rangamati-4500, Bangladesh.
                       Phone: 035163658, Mobile:01553761747, 01732929099
E-mail: ksscht@gmail.com
Web:http://kaposebasanghakss.blogspot.com



  Content   

1. Message from President   

2. Non-formal primary educational (NFPE)   program

3. Community managed water and sanitation program

4. Micro credit program











































Massage from president:
            Poverty illiteracy diseases always evolve aurous the poor people of our country. Fighting with hunger and tackling with poverty is our goal of development project implementation. The government alone is unable to tackle with stated national problems by the sides of government for international, national and local development organization including UN agencies playing important ruler in ending the poverty and hunger. Yet, a large number of population facing poverty and chromic hunger in Bangladesh. As a local NGO progressive also trying to salve the problem of extreme poor, disadvantaged people of Chittagong Hill tracts CHT by implementing various need based development project in community participate the stall and volunteers of the organization working hard to provide development initiation service to the target group members with our limited resources and helping vulnerable people for their socio economic improvement and fulfill the millennium development goal together with other development agencies. 






            Finally, I thank to the donors, partners, board members stall and volunteers as will as the general member of Progressive for there support and services provided to serve the poor people.












Keranmoy Chakma
President
Kapo Seba Sangha
Rangamati









Non-formal primary Education (NFPE) programme:
Kapo Seba Sangha (KSS) implement a non-formal primary educational project called NFPE in 2010 which was a continuous project of Progressive in  union as the implementing partner of BRAC. Under the NFPE programme reading, writing and n 
0. Non-formal educational facilities provided to the rural poor children age 8-12. Who were prepared for schooling to class 1,2 and 3 to the nearest primary schools. The mentioned project implement by progressive with the financial support of BRAC the project period.... 1 year and a total 80 children were made schooling and they continuously go to the schools having the facilities provided through the NFPE educational project. Community managed water and sanitation programme
Progressive implemented a community managed water and sanitation project partnership with NGO forum out ghara union covering 6 villages Junamachara, Chelachara, Noupara, Herangipara Sakrachari and Bogapara under kowkhali upazila. Providing safe drinking water supply by installing DSP hand tub wells including technical training on maintenance of hand tube wells education the target village’s people on prevention of water born diseases system of water purification access to safe drinking water. Sanitation education services was also provided to the target people to promote personal hygiene, practice/use of sanitary latrines leaving the use of open space evacuation use sandal before entering into the latrines and ... hands after evacuation.
            The mentioned above co-managed water and sanitation project implemented with direct participation of the community people the project funded by the NGO to rum the duration of the project was 1 years and a total of 340 people were benefited with this project by obtaining the education of accessing safe drinking water and sanitation education learned the kills sanitary latrines materials production hand tube wells installation and maintenance.


Rural Sanitation project:
      Rural Sanitation project:
Kapo Seba Sangha (KSS) conducted a rural sanitation project in Sabekyang Union- provided skilled training on making of sanitary latrines materials, slabs and rings with concrete mortars including  construction of hygienic latrines to 40 community households.
 Under this program- sanitation awareness campaign was conducted-educating the target people on behavior change abandoning open space evacuation in hygienic latrines. The rural peoples use unhygienic latrines and they are with unawake personal hygiene promotion. sanitary latrines materials distributed to 40 families to encourage them in behavior change. A total of 4 workshops were organized and we were able change sanitation behavior to 78 families out of 120 families.  

Income generating programe through micro-credit program:
            Kapo Seba Sangha (KSS)  implemented a income generating project through providing revolving loan for adopt small scale income generating schemes vegetable production, poultry and traditional waist room weaving (production of traditional customs) for 36 extreme poor families, they target 36 family members were formed into 3 group consisting 12 members in each group, other forming them into group, relevant schemes and financial management including appropriate utilization the provided loan funds.
2. Group members provided 60,000 loan facilities, Tk. 5,000/- per group members for traditional costumes production, the other group provided the same amount of 60,000/- for capital money to purchase vegetable sequence produce potato’s and other vegetable/cash crops and the rest target group under took poultry rearing with amount of loan taka 60,000 collectively the revolving loan funds repayment recess time provided 3 months, after 3 months the group members began to refund the loan taka with 4% service charges in monthly installment.
The mentioned above credit program was successfully implemented through which the 36 poor family members became self sufficient economically through increasing their income. Agro-based poverty alleviation program progressive Implemented an agro-based poverty alleviation project for 3 poor families providing financial support to purchase ginger seeds and ginger cultivation at Ghagra Bazar area. Ghagra union the poor marginalized farmers were unable produce ginger due to lade of small capital money Kapo Seba Sangha (KSS) e provided Taka 3,000 per family to cultivate ginger and with the financial assistance provided by progressive were able to 1000-2000 kgs of ginger and earned profit 35,000 to 40,000 with inverting capital money, increased their income and were able under take other income generating schemes with the money earned from the ginger production project.

Hand loom programme:
            A hand loom weaving training project implemented by the Kapo Seba Sangha (KSS) at Rangapani village in Rangamati Sadar Thana. A total of 20 disadvantaged women were provided hand loom weaving technical training including traditional dress making, a total 3 months practical handloom weaving skill training and 2 months dress-making training after completion of training progressive managed to obtain in relevant jobs facilities in 3 local textiles mills and the rest four trainees engaged in progressives projected jobs. As the organization successfully implemented this project 20 very poor women were able secure jobs thereby they earn their livelihood their children got educational facilities.

Swing & block print training:
Kapo Seba Sangha (KSS) conducted a swing and block print training project with its own funds for 12 poor women for 3 month providing swing skills and block print training to create job skills for there jobs security and income generation. After building their job skill the said trainees organization involved (secured jobs) in the local business from there by the began to earn there lively hared income able meet there daily needs, food, education for there children, medical care.

Solar power project:
Kapo Seba Sangha (KSS)  implement a renewable solar energy power supply project is 2 Upazila kowkholi and Naniarchar, the power of this new able solar energy project is to provide electricity supply to the rural families to reduce pressure fuel cost and to access low cost solar renewal energy to the poor people and a to create electricity facilities to the rural people where PDB electricity supply is unavailable. The stated solar project implemented with GRAMEEN SWAPNA. We bought solar devices on cash payment from this company GS and supplied to the poor families on payment the casts is month installments and through this renewable solar energy power supply project progressing successfully. Supplied solar electricity to 200 families 100 in kowkhali upazila and 100 in Naniarchar upzila.

S.L No
Name of project
Location
Project Duration
Source of fends & total budget
No of beneficiary
Project impacts
01.
Noni formal primary education (NFPE) project
Kawkhali  Naniarchar
1 year
BRAC 890196
341

02.
Community managed water sanitation project
Ghagra
1 year
NGO Forum
381500


03.
Rural sanitation project
Kawkhali Ghagra




04.
Income generating program through micro credit program
Rangamati sadar upazila

BRAC 5.00405
133

05.
Agro-based poverty alleviation project (ginger cultivation) 
Ghagra




06.
Swing & block printing training
Rangamati sadar




07.
Solar power project
Kowkhali Rangamati




08.
Hand loom weaving training
Rangamati sadar







Agro-based poverty alleviation program progressive Implemented an agro-based poverty alleviation project for 3 poor families providing financial support to purchase ginger seeds and ginger cultivation at Ghagra Bazar area. Ghagra union the poor marginalized farmers were unable produce ginger due to lade of small capital money progressive provided Taka 3,000 per family to cultivate ginger and with the financial assistance provided by progressive were able to 1000-2000 kgs of ginger and earned profit 35,000 to 40,000 with inverting capital money, increased their income and were able under take other income generating schemes with the money earned from the ginger production project.

Hand loom programme:
            A handloom weaving training project implemented by the Kapo Seba Sangha (KSS) at Rangapani village in Rangamati Sadar Thana in FY2010. A total of 20 disadvantaged women were provided hand loom weaving technical training including traditional dress making, a total 3 months practical handloom weaving skill training and 2 months dress-making training after completion of training progressive managed to obtain in relevant jobs facilities in 3 local textiles mills and the rest four trainees engaged in progressives projected jobs. As the organization successfully implemented this project 20 very poor women were able secure jobs thereby they earn their livelihood their children got educational facilities.