On 19th May for the second time, our school teachers and volunteers were able to deliver food for about 10 days on the occasion of Ramadan among 150 families in Tongi. With the support of Horlicks we also distributed a jar of horlicks for each student
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Months long coronavirus lockdown is inflicting havoc on Bangladesh, where more than 30% of the total population live below the poverty line. This unexpected lockdown has stung millions all over the country.
Our main objective is to help them survive this uncertain crisis so that the morale of these marginalized people does not break down and we can continue to fight against the pandemic through small sacrifices.
Nur Nagar is a little settlement around 350 km from Dhaka. Be that as it may, this abruptly shaped settlement is referred to everybody as a slum, where 53 families live. In 2017, by giving relief materials to the flood survivors of the region we got the
We have a long way ahead to go. We want to support needy families as much as we can by providing them food and hygiene packages in time of Ramadan. It is not luxury but necessary for them to survive in this locked down situation. One of our old co-worke
Ramadan is almost at our door and the COVID-19 situation is getting poorer day by day for everyone. In such a situation, IHF is constantly trying to help its associates and other families from marginalized communities by providing necessary food items a
In the wake of passing out gifts of humanity among about 400 families in Saidpur and Tongi, we completed the third phase of distribution among some poor day laborers, rickshaw-pullers and van-pullers with the assistance of our volunteers in Nilphamari d
With the assistance of our teachers and volunteers in the second phase, It’s Humanity Foundations had the opportunity to send gifts of humanity which comprised of food and some hygiene items to 150 disempowered families
With the sincere cooperation of well-wisher, close ones and supporters, It’s Humanity Foundation was able to distribute the first batch of relief packets among its direct and indirect beneficiaries from marginalized communities in Saidpur.
To commemorate Mother Language Day, IHF organized a number of activities in all 3 school branches.
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