BRAC, one of the largest NGOs in the world, will work to increase the capacities of NGOs in the future.
It is important to bring dynamism of NGOs for smooth implementation of programmes aimed at improving the condition of local people, said BRAC officials.They said while addressing a workshop titled ‘Review and planning with local NGOs’ at a hotel at Kalatoli in Cox’s Bazar on Thursday.
Sajedul Hasan, director of Humanitarian Crisis Management Programme (HCMP) of BRAC, Hasina Akhter Huq, Area Director (HCMP) of BRAC, Mohammed Norul Alam Raju, Head of Programme, HCMP of BRAC, Saad Mahmood, Programme Coordinator, HCMP of BRAC, Md Nazim Uddin, Senior Manager, Grants, HCMP of BRAC, and others were present at the workshop.
Organised by BRAC, the workshop was moderated by Matin Shardar, Head of Host Community, HCMP of BRAC, said a press release on Friday.
Over 50 representatives, including top officials of BRAC’s six partner NGOs, attended the function.
The six NGOs are Society for Health Extension and Development (SHED), Programme for Helpless and Lagged Societies (PHALS), Alliance for Cooperation Aids Bangladesh (AKLAB), Jago Nari Unnayan Sangstha(JNUS), NONGOR, and Helps Cox’s Bazar.
Representatives of NGOs appreciated the steps taken up by BRAC for improving the living standard of local people.