Welcome to FWCA

  • Program For Children (Anandadhara)

    In Bangladesh the number of the children with disabilities especially the neuro-developmental disable children is increasing and this number is not at all small that is also applicable for Rajshahi. The neuro-developmental disable children are depriving from the rights and needs that they are desired or mostly needed as neuro-developmental disable children in Rajshahi city. They are deprived of access to therapeutic services, to special education and training, access to professional care, rights to protect from abuse and exploitation, rights to participation, rights to survival and development, rights to participate in recreation, pleasure and sports, right to non-discrimination and inclusion.

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  • Program For Adolescents Girls

    The adolescence is the worth-mentioning life stage for human beings. A large portion of population in Bangladesh constitutes adolescent boys and girls and half of them are girls. The girls in Bangladesh society are growing up by facing a number of challenges because of their gender identity. The socialization of the girls in Bangladesh seems to have followed a set of pattern where they have been trapped and molded by deep-rooted cultures of patriarchy. In a male dominated society, due to gendered social norms, they also systematically excluded from variety of access and facilities that mostly related to their life as well rights. In patriarchal social settings, the process of exclusion tends to exist at every part the social spheres.

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  • Program For Women

    A huge number of populations in Bangladesh still are living under poverty line and among them the poorest of the poor are women. And among the women, the divorced women, separated women, working women in informal sector, the mothers of disable children, the violence victim young women, violence victim young girls etc. are most vulnerable. The World Bank Country report of Bangladesh reported that female earnings contribute one-fourth to one-half of the family incomes. But they are not recognized and in most of the cases they are the head of the family and working in informal economic sectors without any technical skills.

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