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• Current members: 155
• Scholarship receivers in 2017: 274
• District covered in 2017: 20
• Operating cost in 2017: 1,2%

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Bangladesch Jugendhilfe e.V.

Future Plan  


  

Exchange Programs:

German Schools have exchange programs with different countries in Europe and all over the world. Unfortunately, Germany has no exchange program with Bangladesh. Bangladesch Jugendförderung e.V can take initiatives to arrange such exchange programs for the recipients of this scholarship program. This exchange program helps the students to broaden their views. It can also help to transfer knowledge and ideas from a developed country to a developing country like Bangladesh.

 

Helping to Get Scholarships from Other Organizations:

There are many organizations in Germany (DAAD, CIM, GTZ, Siemens etc) that provide scholarship for international students for their higher education in Germany. Students, who are under this program in Bangladesh and want to complete their higher studies in Germany, may get help from Bangladesch Jugendförderung e.V in searching funds from other Germany based organizations. This organization can help the students in different ways, such as, writing a reference letter to other organizations in Germany about the candidate or issuing recommendation letter for those students.

 

Training for English Teachers:

Most of the times, highly potential students from villages and from very poor families have very good basics in all subjects except English. This is because there is an acute shortage of good English teachers in Bangladeshi schools especially in villages. If this organization can arrange training for English teachers, it will significantly improve the English teaching quality for the general education system.

 

Vocational Training for the Poor Students:

Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Total population of Bangladesh is more than 150 million. Total area of Bangladesh: 144.000 sq km in which land area is 133.910 sq. km and the rest is under water (10.090 sq km).

Such a huge population in such a small country is really a problem. This problem becomes severe if people are not well trained or educated. Although Bangladesh has huge population, still it is in need of technical persons. Technical hands on Mechanical, electrical, automobile, poultry food production, nutritious food preparation for fisheries etc. are highly demandable in Bangladesh. If proper vocational training can be provided in different fields for the poor people by this organization, they can become resources instead of burden to the society.

Poor students, who are really interested in technical training, can find jobs or become self employed after completing quality training. Thus, this type of vocational training will help to reduce unemployment problem in Bangladesh.

 

Extension of the Scholarship Program in University Level:

Students who are getting scholarships from this program up to 12th class and getting admissions in good subjects in public universities should not be kept out of this scholarship program during their university education. They should be funded to pursue their higher studies too. In Future, they might also get the scholarships under the scholarship program of Bangladesch Jugendförderung e.V.

 

Occasional Medical Services for the Poor:

During different occasions/vacations like Eid, Pohela Boisakh etc., it might be possible to convince doctors from Germany or from Bangladesh to work voluntarily for this kind of social welfare. It may require only medicine, pathological test fees and some cash money to set up such a medical team. Bangladesch Jugendförderung e.V wants to support such welfare activities in future.