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Aparajeyo Bangladesh Aparajeyo-Bangladesh (AB) is a national child rights organisation. Though it
Aparajeyo-Bangladesh (AB) is a national child rights organisation. Though it was founded in 1995 through localisation of an international NGO, the organisation commenced activities in 1976, working with children living in and around the slums of Dhaka city. Its goal was to reduce their unbearable poverty, distress and vulnerability caused by the harshness of slum life. In 1989, another programme was formeed to provide services to children who live on the citys streets or amongst its public buildings. Over the years, Aparajeyo-Bangladesh has expanded its support to promote and protect the rights of other socially excluded children.
Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK)
Ain o Salish Kendro (ASK) is a legal aid and human rights resource centre that provides free legal aid to women and child workers. ASK’s legal activism has led to public campaigns and advocacy in defense of individual and group rights within a framework of democracy.
The Association for Community Development’s (ACD’s) primary mandate is to ensure the rights of women and children in the greater Rajshahi region. Its programmes endeavour to integrate community development and human rights strategies; however, its focus remains on women, adolescents and children at the community level. ACD works to combat the trafficking and sexual exploitation of women and children.
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