Working with Women : Phase 2

With the aim to ensure mental health and wellbeing among women RMG workers and address issues of gender-based violence faced by women in this sector, SAJIDA Foundation started implementing the project “Working with Women Phase II” with the support of SNV Bangladesh.


A voucher scheme based project that targets to improve the health and nutrition status of the extreme poor by increasing accessibility, coverage, comprehensiveness and sustainability of existing primary health and nutrition services in urban Bangladesh.


ILUEP-PDC (Amrao Manush)

Rapid urbanisation has been a key driver in the growth of Bangladesh’s Pavement Dweller communities. With a total population of 162 million, the country’s urban centres are growing at twice the national average.

Malaria Control

Malaria Elimination

In April 2008, SAJIDA Foundation joined a consortium of 20 NGOs implementing the Bangladesh Malaria Elimination Program (NMCP) in partnership […]


Improving and Promoting Access to Safe water, Sanitation and Hygiene (IMPACT) The rapid growth in the urban population has led […]


WASH  Water, Sanitation & Hygiene    Safe water, sanitation and hygiene are at the heart of sustainable development and critical to the survival […]


SAJIDA Foundation’s Education program for underprivileged children started 30 years back with ten children in 1987 as a humble educational [...]
Disaster Response

Disaster Response

Recognizing the need to structure disaster response mechanisms in Bangladesh, SAJIDA Foundation has put into place a Disaster Response agenda that strives to carry out timely interventions in the wake of major disasters, humanitarian crises, and other emergencies.