Ad-din Welfare Centre

Ad-din, a non-profit private voluntary organization operates in Bangladesh since 1980. Ad-din aims to improve health, educational, social and financial status of underprivileged people, particularly of women and children, in the areas in which it work. Ad-din implements affordable cost but high quality hospital and community based health services including maternal and child health; nutritional rehabilitation; HIV/STI prevention; eye care services; rural women’s development and credit; orphan rehabilitation; water and sanitation; education; institution-based income generation; emergency rehabilitation; training and publications. Ad-din’s working areas include Khulna and Barisal division and Dhaka city.

Basic information:

Experience                               :    Since 1980

Sister concern                          :    Ad-din Welfare Centre

Human Resources                   :    About 3,500 plus

Founder                                    :    Late Sheikh Akij Uddin

Chairman                                  :    Barrister Rafique-ul Huq

Executive Director                   :    Dr. Sheikh Mohiuddin

Board of Director’s                   :    08

 

Legal Status

Registered/Affiliated with:

  • NGO Affairs Bureau
  • Joint Stock Company as the Foundation
  • Social Service Department
  • Directorate General of Health Services
  • Directorate General of Family Planning
  • Environmental department
  • Micro-credit Regulatory Authority
  • University of Dhaka
  • University of Rajshahi
  • Bangladesh Nursing Council

 

Programs/Projects:

  • 05 Hospitals
  • Community based Microcredit & Health
  • Projects (donor funded)
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Printing press
  • Institutions:
  • 03 Nursing Institutes (women)
  • 01 Nursing College (Women)
  • 01 Medical Technology Institute (women)
  • 04 Medical colleges (02 women, 02 co-education)
  • 02 School/Colleges (primary & secondary level)
  • 01 Orphanage Centre

 

Partners of Ad-din:

  1. Ex-Partners/Donor:
  • DFID/BPHC (British)
  • CARE-Bangladesh
  • Unicef
  • GFATM
  • Save the Children-UK
  • Save the Children-USA
  • Helen Keller International
  • The Asia Foundation
  • Data International
  • Water Aid/NGO Forum for safe Drinking Water and Sanitation
  • NSDP/USAID
  • Standard Chartered Bank

 

  1. Present-Partners/Donor:
  • EngenderHealth/USAID
  • SightSavers International/Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind
  • BRAC
  • Plan International/ DFATD (Canadian)
  • PKSF (Palli Kormo Sahayak Foundation)
  • Bashundhara Group