IN THE NAME OF GOD, THE ALL-KNOWING, GIVE THE GIFTS OF EDUCATION & SKILLS TRAINING TO THE COASTAL (CHAR) PEOPLE OF BANGLADESH

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Khan Education & Human Services Foundation, Bangladesh, Trade mark KEHSF, Bangladesh, is a Not-for-Profit organization registered in New York State, USA, with the Federal Tax ID # 93-3686282. The KEHSF, Bangladesh has been working in one site of its target population, in Noakhali, Bangladesh since 2017. The focus has been and still is to open educational and skills training opportunities to millions of inhabitants of the floodplains (called Char)[1] of the Greater Noakhali District[2], located to the southeastern part of Bangladesh.  

Who We Are

PIONEERS


It was a modest beginning; one member[1] of the Khan Family[2] donated 2 acres of land in remembrance of his parents to build religious and academic institutions. Other family members quickly joined in, followed by the community and some friends of the family. The oldest member of the Khan Family, who previously expresses interest in charitable activities[3], was soon called in to support and to lead. Although haphazardly done, in a short 6 years (2017-2023) several institutions were built in the land located in the Char area[4]. Student enrollment has already surpassed 100, while the teaching staff reached to six. It was unanimously decided to expand the academic programs to other Char areas and, importantly, to built a vocational educational institute in the Char area.

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Our Programs

Who We Serve

The Greater Noakhali region predominantly includes the current districts of Noakhali, Feni and Lakshmipur (these three made up the Noakhali district during 1947-1964) in Bangladesh, though it has historically also included Bhola, Mirsarai, Sandwip and some southern parts of Tripura in India and southern Comilla.

1

“One-Child a Family” Education Program

Building new schools and/or supporting existing schools to educate children in the Char area, admitting one child of parents’ choice to begin with. The rationale is to include larger number of families in the education system the first time.

2

Hizbul-Quran & Orphans Support Program

Hizbul-Quran is a 3-4 years residential program starting fully during Ramadan this year (2024). Orphans Support Program is offered only at the kinship placement. We also offer supports to widows.

3

Physical and Developmental Disabilities Program

We currently offer learning disability program to our students. The physical disability program is an urgent need and there are about 5% of children having some form of curable physical disability. Some minor corrections of the physical imperfections can make a life-time difference for these children.

4

Adult Literacy & Women’s Empowerment Program

We offered the literacy program time to time. The women’s Empowerment program is crucial for the children to be successful in school, women’s role is crucially important. We need funding for developing and administering this program.

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The Founder of the organization, Dr. Khan, even though lived in USA more than 40 years, traces a sentimental attachment to the Char people, few of them are his relatives and few others are acquaintances. These people were placed in the cyclone/tornado-infested char area with only 2.5 acres of land in 1950s and 1960s[2]. They struggled to live in there and even gave life over the years, and now are destitute. They used up land to build houses for their descendants. Help is urgently needed for these people to break the cycle of poverty through education and skill training.

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