WaSH Services in Northern Bangladesh
Habitat for Humanity Bangladesh launched a 45 months project named ‘’Supporting the Enabling Environment for better WaSH Services in Northern Bangladesh” in three northern districts of Bangladesh. Under this project Habitat Bangladesh will build 520 toilets, install 76 shallow and deep tube wells and 6 community toilets in 36 villages of Maymensingh, Netrokona and Tangail districts. Habitat will provide training for social organizations, WASH committee, masons and carpenters so that they can play active role in future WASH projects with other NGOs and government.
Habitat Youth BUILD 2014
On May 3, 2014 about 100 youth from educational institutions and organizations volunteered to build 7 houses for the people in need at Rajashon, Savar. Youth from the American International School, International School Dhaka, National Council of Churches in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Youth First Concern, North South University, American International University Bangladesh, Korean International Coorporation Agency, MetLife, Jaago Foundation and Sher-e-Bangla agricultural university took part at this one day event to raise awareness of the terrible poverty housing situation in the Asia-Pacific region and grow support for the vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live..
Habitat Youth BUILD 2014 builds on last year’s success that involved more than 100,000 volunteers in seven countries across 42 sites. The campaign supported more than 700 low-income families.This year Youth BUILD involved more than 800,000 volunteers in 11 countries – Bangladesh, China, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, South Korea and Thailand campaigned on- and offline to garner support for the Habitat Youth BUILD movement and raise vital funds to tackle poverty housing in the region.