Help build a brighter future for Bangladesh
A monthly donation of just BDT 2,000 (USD27/GBP18) will help to build a brighter future for underprivileged children of Bangladesh and break the poverty cycle through education.
Your one small act of generosity and sacrifice can pull a child out of poverty and ignorance to give him/her a childhood to cherish.
This amount will cover all necessary costs for a child’s education:
Both Bangladeshis and the international community can sponsor a child through local and international bank transfers and other online or offline payment systems – please click here to find out more information.
Meet Jannatul Ferdous
In Jannat’s family not everyone has had the luxury of schooling. Jannat’s father is onlyable tobring home a small income which can only manage the family’s day-to-day needs. ButJannat wantsto go to school and make the most of her childhood like her sister. She doesn’t want tostay inthe dark and poverty like her other siblings. She deserves the chance to dream and liftherfamily from this never-ending struggle. Your kindness can make her wishes come true -you canchange her life.
Meet Romana Howlader
For a family that can’t even make ends meet, education is a luxury. But Romana deserves a chance to break free from this endless poverty and have a chance at a good life. With your help, she can get an education that can help her achieve success and inspire her younger brother to do the same. Your generous contribution can start a chain of positive changes in their lives. Your kindness can help them understand the importance of education and to change their futures.
Meet Pushpo Akter Brishty
Little Puspo wants to go to school, learn and make friends, but her parent’s small income means education is a luxury. Your kindness can help her claim her right to education and give her the chance to work for a better life. Your monthly donation can bring light to their survival and help her escape this hard life.
Not everyone can take the time out to take an initiative themselves to help these kids, but when there’s a trustworthy organization like JAAGO where we can donate safely knowing that they will use the donations appropriately, a lot of people are assured and able to contribute…
I’ve been with JAAGO for the last 3 years and I would like to see more people getting involved. I went to JAAGO in 2010 with one of my friends and its concept and aim touched me a lot. I asked them about how I can be involved in this. I received Sumaiya’s (sponsored child) profile and from then, started my journey. And I’m happy with the way they’ve been managing it because every now and then I keep getting information, report cards, wishes and so much more! What I like the most about JAAGO is that it’s very systematic. I think I did this out of my social obligation and that everyone should do it… It’s nothing very difficult. It’s a moral obligation of ours to help these kids. It’s the best use of your money that you can think of!
I feel really bad because I never get the time to visit him (sponsored child) much unfortunately because of my work. I would really like to visit all the kids more… I do tell people a lot about JAAGO… I send them the links of your YouTube videos and Facebook portfolios. I try my best to spread the work and see if more people all over the world are interested… hopefully there will be more sponsors in the next couple of months… The events that you do are brilliant- starting from appreciating the police to cleaning the lake, visiting the patients in hospital and people in the old homes… I will definitely, as a sponsor in JAAGO and a believer in helping these kids, do my best to spread the word as much as possible all over the world.