A commitment to offer medical consultations and educate population throughout the nation about good hygiene and welfare.

Ensuring good health for every community

Good health is an essential component of individual and community well-being, and in Bangladesh, the importance of sustaining health is more obvious, particularly for marginalized people. Access to clean water, appropriate sanitation, and hygiene habits are critical for reducing disease transmission, guaranteeing community health, and breaking the cycle of poverty. In Bangladesh, where many marginalized communities especially in remote areas face challenges such as inadequate healthcare infrastructure, limited resources, and poor living conditions, initiatives such as clean waste disposal, sanitation programs, and hygiene education have become vital in protecting the health of vulnerable populations.

According to a study by the Wave Foundation with the support of Oxfam IBIS and Street Child UK, conducted in 2022 across 88 villages in Khulna and Rajshahi that focused on 1,533 children aged 5-16, In this age range, 16.78 percent of boys and 15.22 percent of girls could not read English. Furthermore, 84.85 percent of boys and 82.86 percent of girls have difficulty comprehending English texts.

It was also discovered that 10.28 percent of boys and 8.71 percent of girls were unable to read Bangla, while 14.19 percent of boys and 13.06 percent of girls were unable to recognize single digits in mathematics. The findings show a predictable yet disheartening decline in education quality. Aligned with unwavering standards, Amal prioritizes the belief that every child deserves access to quality education. With a focus on the most marginalized, Amal established transformative educational institutions, providing children with the chance to develop skills and take initiative sets the stage for a more promising time ahead.

Amal Foundation has dedicated years

Amal Foundation has dedicated years conducting health camps in distant places, delivering health consultations, promoting sanitation, and providing screenings to those in need. Amal works on a variety of health programs in remote regions around the country, delivering medical consultations and encouraging hygiene and well-being that include –

Amidst this transformative landscape, Amal recognizes that women in deprived communities harbor aspirations and an inherent drive to effect positive change. These women strive not only to support themselves but also to pave the way for a better future for their children, standing resolutely on their own feet. Witnessing this untapped potential, Amal ardently commits to bridging the gap for these disadvantaged women who find themselves perpetually marginalized.

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