Home  /   Gallery

Since 2000, Samhati has been working to empower women and families in the remote Katakhali community (a village on an island off the southern coast of Bangladesh, Patuakhali District). Our progress there has been hampered by a succession of natural disasters, including cyclone SIDR in November 2007 and cyclone AILA in May 2009. Katakhali can be reached only by boat, and the journey from Dhaka takes approximately 30 hours.

Eco-Village in Natore

Our project in Natore is now in its sixth year and has brought positive change to the community , two adjacent villages in Hatianda, in Natore District, in northern Bangladesh. The project area is within the small villages of Baro & Choto Hatiandha of Shingra Thana, Nator District. The total population of the area is 5,723 out of which there are 3,064 women. The rate of adult women’s literacy in the area is extremely low (only approximately 12%). Most of the inhabitants of this area are agricultural laborers.

Laksmichap Union, Rangpur

Lakshmichap Union is located at the northern tip of Bangladesh in Rangpur District. We are working with the Green Foundation Trust, the Nargis Jahan Farida Begum Memorial Trust, the Volunteers Association of Bangladesh, Udayankur Seba Sangstha, and Nilphamari. Samhati’s involvement has resulted in an insistence on adult female literacy classes, oversight of program design, and provision of targeted financial support

Caneflex Limited