Nazrul Smriti Sangsad-NSS

Background:

Nazrul Smriti Sangsad-NSS, a social development organization established in 1977 after the name of Nazrul Islam, a progressive student leader of Barisal B.M College and a journalist of the Daily Ittefaq who was fighting against poverty and for a society where equal rights will be practiced. To make his dream happen a young, sincere and committed group with full of dedication has started interventions in 2000 to serve the drawback and vulnerable rural people with special attention to women and children.

  • Round Table Meeting on Social Accountability
    Round Table Meeting on Social Accountability
  • Ms. Sultana Kemal, Ex-Advisor of Caretaker Government, Chief Guest in Change Makers' Shomabesh at Amtali Upazila Complex
    Ms. Sultana Kemal, Ex-Advisor of Caretaker Government, Chief Guest in Change Makers' Shomabesh at Amtali Upazila Complex
  • Mr. Mir Zahirul Islam, the former DC-Barguna, Chief Guest in Gender Shomabesh at Amtali Upazila Complex, Barguan
    Mr. Mir Zahirul Islam, the former DC-Barguna, Chief Guest in Gender Shomabesh at Amtali Upazila Complex, Barguan
  • Dr. Muhammad Boshirul Alam, DC-Barguna,chief guest in Award Giving Ceremony of Strengthening Vital Registration System (Maternal Death) project
    Dr. Muhammad Boshirul Alam, DC-Barguna,chief guest in Award Giving Ceremony of Strengthening Vital Registration System (Maternal Death) project
  • Project Findings Sharing and Award Giving Ceremony of Action Research Project on SVRM
    Project Findings Sharing and Award Giving Ceremony of Action Research Project on SVRM
  • A reservoir, at Chaulapara village of Taltoli upazila, where rain water is preserved to cultivate more than 300 acres of land for 3 times in a year.
    A reservoir, at Chaulapara village of Taltoli upazila, where rain water is preserved to cultivate more than 300 acres of land for 3 times in a year.
  • Re-excavated canal, the non-saline water reservoir, has changed livelihoods of 33 families of  Cahulapara village
    Re-excavated canal, the non-saline water reservoir, has changed livelihoods of 33 families of Cahulapara village
  • A change through community participation
    A change through community participation