AMRAO MANUSH – WE MATTER TOO

We want to make sure that the most marginalized,
disadvantaged and vulnerable urban poor, including men,
women and children, have a fair chance to live a life of
health, happiness and dignity.

“Amrao Manush” (Improving Livelihoods of Urban Extreme Poor-Pavement Dweller Centre), is a program that works with the extremely deprived and vulnerable urban poor in Dhaka and Chittagong. With the support of Concern Worldwide, Irish Aid and a private donor organization, this program provides essential services to the urban poor, majority of whom struggle against formidable odds to survive on pavements or in under-developed slums or squatter settlements.

How You Can Get Involved

Helping the Extreme Urban Poor Becoming Self Sufficient

Become A Child Sponsor

BECOME A CHILD SPONSOR

Be a guardian angel to a disadvantaged child by donating monthly or yearly to ensure education and well-being of your sponsored child.

SPONSOR A POOR MOTHER

Dedicate monthly, quarterly or yearly donations to the well-being of a struggling mother. Be the gift of change in her life.

Make A Mother Smile
Support Her Dreams

HELP CREATE OPPORTUNITIES

Extend your own resources to open up new doors of opportunities for the marginalized. Every effort is an important step towards a just and equal society.

VOLUNTEER AT OUR CENTRE

Spend time with Amrao Manush members at our Centres and share the joy of knowledge and caring to help others.

DONATE TO “AMRAO MANUSH”

Make a one-time or regular donations to the program to ensure that we can reach more extreme poor members who are facing formidable odds each day to survive. No amount is too small.

01. Center

Pavement Dweller Centers

7

Health Care-01

Participants Who Received Health Care

15,291

Basic Needs

Participants Who Received Basic Necessities

20,297

Day Care V2

Children Who Received Day Care Services

1,902

Coverage-01

Districts Covered

2

Block-Grant

Total Block Grants Distributed (BDT Million)

14.60

Savings

Total Savings Deposited by Participants (BDT Million)

22.31

Featured Story

A Mothers Tale | Momtaz

A Mother’s Tale | Momtaz

“I used to be so afraid of losing him. I was always scared that, someone would steal him and I would never know where to look for him,” recalls Momtaj with tears in her eyes. At the time, clutching her newborn child she named Morsalin, Momtaj had taken to the streets to beg once more.
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Momtaj is a blind, 24-year-old mother who was discovered by the Amrao Manush Program as she lay on the street with her newborn child. This is her story.