Ongoing Project

Sector-01 :Education & Health
Sl. Title, Geographical Areas & Target Population/HHs Overall Objective  Fund Budget (BDT) & Name of Donors Duration
1.

SHIKHON- Supporting the Hardest to Reach Through Basic Education

Geographical Coverage: 119 Unions, 13 Upazillas, 03 Districts (Chittagong, Bandarban & Cox’s Bazar). Total Learner Coverage: 36939

To promote access and increase basic education outcomes for 160,400 of the hardest-to-reach and marginalized children, making use of lessons learned in SHIKHON 1st phase, while bringing about positive change in Bangladesh national education system

315,069,270       

Donor: Save the Children

 

January 2012 to December 2016
2. Reading Enhancement for Advancing Development (READ)

Geographic Areas Coverage:4 Upazillas, 23 Unions,  2 Districts (Cox’s bazar & Barisal)

Target  Coverage: 68000

All primary school children in Bangladesh attain expected learning outcomes and competencies. 2, 48,44,727
Donor: Save the Children
January 2014 to December 2017
3. Maitree – PSN

Geographical Areas Coverage:01 Union under 01 Upazilla & 01 District.

Target Population:377 Children

Promotion of health and education for all specially women and children. 180,8300

Donor: Production Service Network (PSN)-Sangu Santos Field Limited (SSFL)

January 2011 to December 2016
4.

Notun Alo

Geographical Areas Coverage:02 Unions, 01 Upazilla Mirzagonj in Patuakhali
Target HHs: 1000 women

To improve education, health & nutrition, and livelihood of coastal hardcore poor/poor people and prepare them to mitigate DRR issues

516,18128

Donor: STRØMME Foundation, Norway

July 2011 to June 2016

5. Strengthening Partnerships, Results and Innovation in Nutrition Globally (SPRING)

Geographical Areas Coverage: Total 96 Unions 12 Upazillas in 03 Districts.

Target Population: 24,960 women

Improvement of household behaviors and increase consumption of appropriately diverse foods, thereby creating an enabling environment to improve the nutritional status of women and young children in coastal area Barisal, Barguna & Patuakhali Tk. 6,89,27,114

Donor: Save the Children

October 2012 to September  2016
Sector-2 : Rights & Protection
6. Protective Environment Creation for Children and Adolescents in and around Cox’s Bazar Area

Geographical Areas Coverage: 03 union, 0 2 upazilla in 01 district

Target Population: Total 18042 children & adolescents’.

By the end of March 2016, 18,042 children and adolescents in Rajapalong Union and Palongkhali Union of Ukhiya Upazilla and Hnilla Union of Teknaf Upazilla will have improved access to a minimum package of social protection services and resources to reduce their vulnerability towards abuse, violence, exploitation and neglect. 41532607
  
Donor : UNICEF
May 2014 to December 2016
7. Rights and Legal Capacity Enhancement of Coastal CBOsCLS

Geographical Areas Coverage: 27  union, 04 upazilla in 02 districts.

Target Population: Total    1,50,574 households.

Improvement of access to rights and legal services of disadvantaged and deprived coastal communities especially women. 40,760,387
Donor: Maxwell Stamp CLS
March 2013  March 2017
8. Naba Diganta Protection of working children and vulnerable Children workers

Geographical Areas Coverage: 08 Centers will be established in ward no. 10 North Kattali & ward no. 11 South Kattali under Chittagong City Corporation and Patiya & Chandanaish upazila under Chittagong district..

Population Coverage: 3500 children working in hazardous condition.

To withdraw children from GoB listed hazardous workplaces. To create conducive working environment for the working children who are lawfully eligible to work in non‐hazardous Works. To protect Vulnerable children entering into labour market. Tk. 20,875,935

Donor:Manusher Jonno

October 2014 to December 2016
Sector- 3: Livelihood Development
9. Socio Economic Empowerment with Dignity and Sustainability (SEEDS) Programme

Geographical coverage: 10 Union, 04 Upazilla in 01 District.
HHs Coverage: 4000

Social and Economic Development 114,52,392
Donor: STRØMME Foundation, Norway
January 2014 to December 2018

 

10. Household Economic and Food Security of Extreme Poor in Khulna and Bagerhat Districts (HEFS)

Geographical coverage: 37 Unions, 04 Upazillas in Bagerhat District.
HHs Coverage: 22,500

Elimination of poverty for 22,500 households of  the project area Tk. 255,723,225

Donor: Save the Children

April 2012 to August 2016

 

11.

SMART (Security, Market Access, Rights & Transparency in Coastal Bangladesh)

 

Geographical Coverage:45 Upazillias,  9 Districts (Chittagong ,Noakhali, Laxmipur, Bagerhat, Khulna, Pirujpur, Barisal, Burguna, Patukhali)

Target Coverage: 45,000

Strengthen the coping mechanisms and enhance the livelihood sustainability of 45,000 households amongst the absolute most vulnerable population groups living in the most disaster-prone coastal areas of Southern Bangladesh. Tk. 11,13,00,000
Donor: ICCO Cooperation Netherlands
October 2014 – June 2016
12. ECHO Fish: Community Based Hilsa Conservation and Management in the river of southern district of Bangladesh.

Geographical Areas Coverage: District: Barisal, Patuakhali, Barguna, Jalarkathi, Pirojpur. Total Upazilla: 05

Target coverage: 973 Households

Improve Resilience of Estuarine Ecosystem and livelihoods of community reliant on the Hilsa Fishery.. TK.58,50,000 Donor: World Fish (USAID) Partnership: USAIDWorld Fish‐GoB(DoF)‐ CODEC‐Coast Trust ( Bhola)‐CNRS (Chandpur &Laxmipur) 01 April 2015 to 30 September 2016
Sector-04: Climate Change Resilient
13.

Climate Resilient Ecosystem and Livelihood (CREL)

i. Chittagong Region:
01 city corporation ward, 03 Pourashava, 23 Unions, 11 Upazillas, 05 Districts. HHs Coverage: 6099

ii. Cox’s Bazar Region:01 Pourashava, 15 unions, 03 Upazilla, 01 District. HHs coverage: 8713

iii. Khulna Region:Total 8 Unions, 04 Upazillas under Khulna, Bagerhat & Shatkhira. Population Coverage: 8500

To scale up and adapt successful co-management models to conserve ecosystems and protected areas (PAs), improve governance of natural resources and biodiversity, and increase resilience to climate change through improved planning and livelihoods diversification

203,668,568

Donor: Winrock International (Wi)

October 2012 to June 2017
14.

DIPECHO VIIILearning resilience: Institutionalizing school disaster management

Working Area:District‐1, Upazilla‐1, Union‐2

To strengthen disaster resilience and safety within the education sector in Bangladesh through institutionalization, capacity building, and advocacy on school disaster management (SDM) within the primary, secondary, and non- formal education systems.

 

Taka 1,655,252
Donor: Save the Children
May 2015 to October 2016
Sector- 5: Economic Development
15.

CODEC Micro-Finance Programme

Socio-economic development of coastal disadvantaged communities.

 

Revolving Loan Fund: Taka 1,447,266,565 Donor: Danida, DFID, Netherland Embassy, CODEC IGA, PKSF & STRØMME Foundation, Norway Since 1986 on going
16. PRIME To prevent the consequence of monga and monga like situation by generating income through wage and self employment opportunities for the effected people throughout the year Budget for the year 2015‐2016 Tk. 82,28,300
Donor: PKSF & DFID
2011 to on going
17. Ultra Poor Program –(Ujjibito)

To create descent standard of living of 100,000 ultra poor women;
To secure health and nutrition of 325,000 ultra poor women along with empowerment through participation in social activities;

Budget for the year 2015‐2016 Tk. 40,50,780
Donor: EU & PKSF
December 2013 – March 2019
18. Development Inclusive Insurance Sector Project (DIISP)

Secure the ultra poor people against any accident, sickness and natural disaster through protection of life, livelihoods and assets with introducing life insurance, health insurance and live stock insurance program.

Budget up to December 2014 Tk. 10,37,000
Donor: ADB & PKSF
January 2014 and going. From 1st January 2015 it is run by CODEC own initiative.

 

 

 

19. ENRICH Project

ENRICH works through different interventions which are carried on different programmes such as Health, Education, Community Development, Youth Employment and Improve Cooking Stove supply, Establishment of Solar Electricity, Medicinal Plant Cultivation, Vegetable Cultivation & Sanitation Programme

Budget for the year 2015‐2016 Tk. 28,88,740
Donor: CODEC & PKSF
July 2014 and going on

 

 

 

20. Emergency Rehabilitation and Early Recovery Support to Mahasen affected people in Barisal Division, Bangladesh

To effectively respond to early recovery and rehabilitation needs of families affected by Mahasen in the most affected districts of Barisal Division

Donor:ECHO, Save the Children August 2013 to 30 April 2014

 

 

 

21. Kuwait Goodwill Fund (KGF)

To raise household income, reduce vulnerability, improve food security and provide technical assistance to the targeted population.

Donor:PKSF November 2015 to May 2016

 

 

 

22. Agriculture and Livestock (A&L)

Income generating activity, livelihood improvement and creation of resources

Donor:PKSF February 2016 to February 2019

 

 

 

Sector- 6:NGOs & CBOs Development
Self‐Financed and Self‐Operated Three Residential Training Centers are now operating in Chittagong, Patuakhali and Bagerhat. These Training Centers are well equipped with all necessary digital and multimedia amenities.