Social Welfare and Community Development

Bangladesh Social Service (BSS) facilitates improves of life and livelihood of the poor and excluded by reducing their vulnerabilities, promoting empowerment and improving access to development opportunities and resources. BSS collaborates with government including local government, private sector, NGOs, networks and donors to ensure sustainable community development.

Promote Rights of Inclusive Education

With its quality staff and organized academic facilities, The BSS has set valued mark as the ideal education in Dinajpur and Naogaon. The institution remains committed to complement in nation building developing its students' quality education. These institutions are contributing inclusive education in the rural area in northern part of Bangladesh. The students are provided with modern schooling facilities and a wide variety of co-curricular activities to stimulate natural talents.

Disaster Management

Following emergencies, we rapidly assess the situation alongside partner and Bangladesh Social Service (BSS) staffs to identify the areas where a response is most needed. Our emergency response program include food, cash transfer, education, sanitation, hygiene, water, child protection, livelihoods and maternal and child health interventions. BSS is a member of few consortium and NGO working closely in the area to ensure a comprehensive and systematic approach to disaster risk management and disaster risk reduction. In addition, we work on following disaster-prone locations to respond to emergencies quickly and in a coordinated manner.

Capacity Building

The main objective of the project are planning, designing (including system and database software) producing reports, carrying out pre-funding project appraisal, mid-term evaluation, post project evaluation, baseline survey and impact assessment. The illumination power of effective capacity building, evaluation and impact assessment provides the essential evidence linking program performance for improvement in designing and implementation of the project. Positive evaluation can mobilize support and expand the resources available for scaling up scope and coverage. Monitoring and assessment can identify problems and propose solutions and the evidence generated can serve not only the program itself but also the global community involved in designing and implementing social transfer programs.