Ongoing Project

Let Her Decide and Participate Project


Women leadership development and participation program of Oxfam GB, Bangladesh have planned to build technical affiliations with development organizations like Dak Diye Jai (DDJ) in order to promote women’s transformative leadership through social inspiration.

Donor Agency : Oxfam GB

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Strengthening Civic Engagement in Elections and Political Processes For Enhanced Transparency and Democratic Accountability Project


Dak Diye Jai has started implementing a project titled Voter and Civic Education with the funding support of the Asia Foundation in September 2006. The Asia Foundation started the project keeping the 9th National Assembly Election ahead.

Donor Agency : The Asia Foundation

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UPP-Ujjibito Project


“Food Security 2012 Bangladesh – UJJIBITO” is a motivated project, with a wide range of interventions implemented by numerous (Forty) implementing partners. The project derives its funding from Bangladesh Government, European Union & PKSF. Understanding the full package is both important and challenging. Bangladesh Government & European Union both signed a financing agreement on 28th May 2013 for the project. There are two main component of the project. They are: (1) Cash for work & (2) Skill development & social awareness program. LGED will implement Rural Employment and Road Maintenance Program-2; on the other hand PKSF will implement Ultra Poor Project (UPP)-Ujjibito. DDJ as the partner NGO of PKSF has been implementing the project from 1st November 2013.

Source of Funding : Bangladesh Government, European Union & PKSF.

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Maternal, Child Health and Family Planning Project


Dak Diye Jai started implementing the Maternal Child Health and Family Planning project in 1989 with the funding and technical support of Bangladesh Population and Health Consortium (BPHC) through Center for Development Services (CDS).

Donor Agency : Bangladesh NGO Foundation and Dak Diye Jai’s own fund

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Water and Sanitation Project


Until early 90s, outbreak of diarrhoea and other water-borne diseases as epidemic in the southern part of Bangladesh was a common phenomenon.  The main reasons of these deadly diseases were the traditional open latrines linked to canals and rivers, and lack of safe drinking water facilities.

Donor Agency : NGO Forum for Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation

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