• House-193, Road-8,Block B,Chandgaon R/A,Chittgong .
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Our Causes

Climate Change

Climate change is a recent environmental issue, caused by natural and anthropogenic causes. Geographically Bangladesh is under the threat of climate change. The funnel shape of Coast and the enhancing Sea surface temperature is making the situation worse. Realizing the ground reality BISAP undertaken programme knowledge building, awareness education among community people so that they can capable to cope with climate change and its odds.

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Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a serious problem in Bangladesh. Thousands of young women and children are the victims of trafficking. Each year a significant number of women and children are being trafficked to India and other countries. BISAP have been working to prevent human trafficking specially child trafficking to reduce the incident of trafficking through Border areas in Bangladesh.

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Prevention of HIV/STD/AIDS

HIV/AIDS is a human development problem fueled by poverty, the inequality of certain sectors of society, and the presence of other STDs. As a result, the socio-cultural, economic as well as health determinants of the transmission of HIV/AIDS/STD must be addressed. In formulating a national policy for HIV/AIDS and STD related issued, the need arises to incorporate the above as policy concerns as part of an action strategy for future programmes.

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Social Forestation and Tree plantation

PLANET Earth is our common home. In this entire Universe, earth is the only known planet where living organisms can survive, evolve and regenerate, All the life forms ranging from amoeba to blue whale, from alga to giant redwood tree and of course the human race totally depend on the resources of the blue planet for survival. June 5, World Environment Day has always been a day of green activities involving people from all walks of life. It’s a day that reminds Earth dwellers about their responsibility to Mother Nature. The focus is on ensuring a sustainable ecology for the future generations.

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Child labour (Working Children):

In Bangladesh most of the children find themselves living and working on the street. They have been forced onto the street by family breakdown, abuse, severe poverty and displacement. Their work is exploitative, hazardous and some time illegal. Many turn to theft to survive, and to substance abuse to cope with this harsh reality. Their status, lifestyle and their occupation frequently bring them into contact with the law. In particular, poverty is the biggest threat to all crime. Considering their grievances BISAP decided to improving the lives and defending the rights of socially excluded children

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Enhancement of capacity & working environment of Garment Workers:

The Garment Factories in Bangladesh has been the major foreign currency earning sector since the early 80’s.Since the establishment of the factories the country has never looked back. The biggest importers of the Garment goods are EU countries. The Garment owner’s are more concerned in making profits and they are less interested in improving working environment and workers rights. As a such workers are employed in factories that too often can be categorized as sweatshops. BISAP has been working for empowering worker’s rights and to increase the workers friendly environment and capacity building.

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  • About BISAP

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    BISAP is the acronym of “Bangladesh Integrated Social Advancement Programme”. It is a non-political, non-profitable, secular and non-government development organization. It came into existence in 1989 in response to the felt-needs of the area dedicated to improving the lives, and defending the rights of socially excluded children in Bangladesh.