Our Work

Current Projects

Sneho: Healthcare for All
Sneho is our healthcare program that caters to the medical needs of the communities. Sneho provides access to physicians, medication, pharmacy and pathology lab services, and health education. Learn more…

Duronto: Education for Children
Duronto ensures quality education for children. The program offers early childhood development, after-school support, scholarships for higher education, and education counselling. Learn more…

Kusholi: Skills Training for Youth
Kusholi focuses on equipping individuals with the skill sets necessary for the competitive job market. Its emphasis on the IT sector enables and accelerates careers. Learn more…

Progga: Empowering Adolescents
Progga Club is a creative leadership program empowering adolescent girls with essential life skills, engaging them with activities promoting self-definition, confidence and thus enabling them to transform societies as active participants. Learn more…

Udoy: Empowering Factory Workers
Udoy works with factories to bring in healthcare and education services for the workers and their families. Learn more…

Journey of Hope: Breaking Poverty Cycle
The Journey of Hope project aims to break the cycle of poverty by providing healthcare, education and skills training to individuals living underprivileged communities in Bangladesh. Learn more…

Aalo: Emergency Disaster Response
Aalo, meaning ‘light’ in English, is Spreeha’s emergency disaster response program. Under the Aalo program, currently Spreeha is working on three emergency response projects: Rohingya response, Covid-19 response, and Cyclone Amphan response. Learn more…

Past Projects

Babu Barta
With a powerful 4277 lives reached out to, Spreeha Bangladesh successfully completed the “Babu Barta” project funded by the Baby Basics Bangladesh Program under the US State Department and Dnet. “Babu Barta”, the very first book for pregnant and new mothers in Bangla is designed to cater especially to low-income communities suffering from a severe lack of knowledge on prenatal and postnatal healthcare.

In its 1.5 year period from January 2015 to July 2016, Spreeha Bangladesh community officers in the Rayer Bazar and surrounding areas conducted 36 clubs each having 14 sessions including mothers, to be mothers and fathers alike. A total of 542 to be mothers with their husbands directly engaged in these interactive sessions thus helping the whole family learn how to respond efficiently to the needs of pregnancy and early motherhood.

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Imagination is Power
For a period of two years starting from 2014, Graphic People partnered with Spreeha Bangladesh to launch the “Imagination is Power” project, a CSR initiative to empower urban slum children via expression through art and crafts, music, photography and graphic designing. The children learnt how to think out of the box and go beyond boundaries of innovation using their very imaginations to implement various empowerment projects.

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