দাবী মৌলিক উন্নয়ন সংস্থা
History of DABIDABI Moulik Unnayan Sangstha is a non-government, non-profit earning voluntary development organization located at Chakrampur, Khathaltoli, Shanthahar Road in Naogaon.
DABI was formed under the dynamic leadership of a former UN volunteer named M. M. Akram Hossain and remarkable initiatives of some freedom fighters and some retired army persons in 1986. Few committed individuals having substantial experience in grass root level development activities along with voluntary efforts of local youths make the way easier to put a halt in further derogation of social economic condition of its target group members who were plunged into extreme poverty and to bring a positive change in their life by removing poverty, illiteracy, ignorance, prejudice and religious superstition from the rural society.
DABI’s development philosophy is for releasing the human potentialities to its fullest extent so that the poor can be a maker of their destiny for translating this vision in to reality; DABI believes that the majority of distressed and powerless people should release dormant potentialities for their personal, social, economic educational, civic growth and development.
Vision of DABI
To build a just and equitable Society.
Mission of DABI
To establish a gender equitable, self-reliant and exploitation free society by gaining confidence of its constituents through hard and sincere work to fulfil five basic needs of them, preservation of their human rights and development of their leadership qualities.
Chakrampur, Kathaltali, Santahar Road,
Post: & Dist.: Naogaon, Bangladesh.
Development Strategies of DABI
- Promotion of self-employment and entrepreneurial opportunities
- Making provisions for adult and children's education
- Promotion of and making provisions for healthcare services
- Making provisions for housing loans
- Promotional program on human rights
- Promotion of and making provisions for legal aid services
- Promotion of and making provisions for different action programs/researches
- Promotion of and making provisions for training and research facilities/services
- Help build people's organisations and advocacy programs for LEBs
- Making provisions for development of effective women's development programs
- Making provisions for development of effective agriculture program
- Making provisions for initiating technology transfer programs in the areas of agriculture, horticulture, forestry, fishery and animal husbandry
- Promotion of linkage programs
Objectives of DABITo attain its mission and vision of DABI has the following sets of objectives:
- To create awareness and remove illiteracy by imparting functional education and human training;
- To emancipate rural disadvantaged people financially. Arrangements of training in various crafts and agro-activities through providing credit;
- To improve gender equity;
- To work against oppression and exploitation on woman through capacity building and humanitarian activities;
- To improve the health status of women;
- To utilise the unutilised local resources;
- To increase forest coverage by plantation;
- To coordinate and take part in the GOB and non-government initiatives;
- To develop human resources by skill development training
- Disaster management, relief and rehabilitation work.
DABI’s Target Group
The organizations target group beneficiaries are land less, assets less, unemployed, illiterate, distressed and backward people (both male/female) and also the marginal farmers who are the permanent resident of Bangladesh.
Constitution of DABI
DABI have a dynamic & modern constitution, which is approved by Social Service Department of Naogaon.
Audit & Accountability
DABI is accountable to all donors, partners and beneficiaries. It exists a suitable audit cell. This cell monitors the activities of DABI properly. Besides this DABI have done audit every fiscal year by external registered audit firm.
Monitoring & Evaluation
In our organization we have separate Monitoring, Evaluation and Audit cell. This Monitoring and Evaluation cell develop different Monitoring form, which are used by Branch Manager and field worker. This Monitoring, and Evaluation tools are time to time checked by Monitoring, and Evaluation cell with a describe report to the higher authority.
At a glance of Total activities
|Cumulative Recovery Rate (CRR)||99.77|
|On Time Realization (OTR)||99.51|
Working Experiences with various government or non-governmental institution
|SL No.||Name of the organization||Status of the organization||Major task|
|01||Districts Agriculture extension (DAE)||Government||Agriculture training & extension program on technology transfer|
|02||Bangladesh Bank||Government||Housing Loan program for poor men.|
|03||Department of forest||Government||Road side plantation and caretaker training|
|04||Inter Co-operation||Non-Government||Agriculture training & extension program on technology transfer|
|05||NGO Forum for DWSS||Non-Government||Water and Sanitation activities|
|06||PKSF||Non-Government||Micro Credit, Micro Enterprise|
|07||Helen Keller-International||Non-Government||Nutritional Surveillance Project|
|08||BRAC||Non-Government||Non-Formal Primary Education|
|09||ActionAid Bangladesh||Non-Government||Climate Change project|
|SL No.||Name of the organization involved with||Status of the organization||Type of membership||Description of activities with the professional bodies|
|01||ADAB||Non-Government||Central member||Co-ordination in NGO Sector|
|02||Interfish Forum||Non-Government||Chairman||Development on Ag. Sector|
|03||CDF||Non-Government||Member||Development on Credit & Communication|
|04||DAE- Naogaon||Non-Government||Dev. Member||Development on Ag. Sector|
|05||ATSEC||Non-Government||Development Partner||Trafficking and sexual exploitation|
|06||Micro Credit Summit Campaign||Non-Government||Member||Poverty alleviation through Micro Credit & Micro Enterprise Development with international linkage|
|07||Federation of NGOs in Bangladesh (FNB)||Non-Government||Member||Co-ordination in NGO Sector|
|Registering Body||Registration Date||Registration Number|
|Microcredit regulatory Authority||05 September, 2007||00947-00710-00021|
|NGO Affairs Bureau||18 November,1989||325|
|Social Welfare Department||01 November,1987||141/87|
Particulars of the Member’s/Office Holders of the Executive Committee
|Md.Fazlul Haque||President||Late Farhad Hossain||Vill. Namanurpur Post.Fatapur Tha.+Dis.Naogaon||Vill. Namanurpur Post.Fatapur Tha.+Dis.Naogaon|
|Md Ashraful Islam||Vice-president||Late Nil Mohammad||Vill. Dhopaikuri Post.Tilakpur Tha.+Dis.Naogaon||Vill. Dhopaikuri Post.Tilakpur Tha.+Dis.Naogaon|
|Asrafun Nahar||Member Secretary||Late M M Akram Hossain||Vill. Khas Naogaon Post. Naogaon Tha.+Dis.Naogaon||Vill. Khas Naogaon Post.Naogaon Tha.+Dis.Naogaon|
|Md. Motahar Hossain||Treasurer||Late Addus Sobhan||Vill. Tilakpur Post.Tilakpur Tha.+Dis.Naogaon||Vill. Tilakpur Post.Tilakpur Tha.+Dis.Naogaon|
|Md. Anwar ul Azad||Member||Late Tojammel Hossain||Vill. Mastarpara Post. Dupchancia Tha.+Dis.Bogra||Vill. Mastarpara Post. Dupchancia Tha.+Dis.Bogra|
|Kh. Abdur Rouf||Member||Md. Khodhabox khondokar||Vill. Bangabaria Post. Naogaon Tha.+Dis.Naogaon||Vill. Bangabaria Post. Naogaon Tha.+Dis.Naogaon|
|Mst. Rehana Aktar||Member||Md. Reazul Haque||Vill. Nazipur Post. Patnitala Tha.+Dis.Naogaon||Vill. Nazipur Post. Patnitala Tha.+Dis.Naogaon|