mangrove plant in Friendship caretaker's hand WE ARE AN INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL PURPOSE ORGANISATION THAT ADDRESSES SOCIAL ISSUES AND ALWAYS PRIORITISES THE INTERESTS OF THE COMMUNITIES IT SERVES CAPTURE THE CARBON DONATE A TREE 20 years of Friendship WE ARE AN INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL PURPOSE ORGANISATION THAT ADDRESSES SOCIAL ISSUES AND ALWAYS PRIORITISES THE INTERESTS OF THE COMMUNITIES IT SERVES 20 YEARS OF PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE

Our Vision

We are an international Social Purpose Organisation guided by our vision of a world where people — especially the
hard-to-reach and unaddressed — have equal opportunities to live with dignity and hope.

Our mission

From Bangladesh, a country facing the most pressing of humanity’s challenges, we develop scalable solutions to strengthen marginalised communities, and empower people to transform their lives and reach their full potential.

Our values

Integrity

Dignity

Justice

Quality

Hope

Our commitments

… to the people we serve.

To reach our vision and fulfil our mission, we apply our 5 core values in all our actions. Since 2002, we deliver needs-based services to the communities with a participative and inclusive approach. Through an innovative, integrated development model and an entrepreneurial mindset, we achieve sustainable outcomes, trying to leave no one behind…

Saving Lives

Climate adaptation

Empowerment

Poverty alleviation

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Left in the Wake Climate Adaptation, Editorial/Opinion, Friendship Bangladesh, Poverty Alleviation - These riverine islands form and erode yearly, partially and entirely disappearing under the waves frequently. The impermanence of the landscape makes long-term or permanent infrastructure all but impossible. This includes everything from roads and bridges, to running water, electricity, gas or even mobile network connectivity. Services, need not be said, become a very difficult undertaking. Education, healthcare, legal aid services, law enforcement, financial independence, market access, climate resilience, disaster management, etc. to name a few—both from government and non-government providers.

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20 years of bringing opportunity, dignity and hope to unaddressed communities.

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"Too often Partnership Agreements are a tool in the hands of the funding organizations to impose the implementation of a project on terms imposed by them…", said Marc Elvinger, Chair, Friendship Luxembourg during his public lecture two days ago at the University of Dhaka.

The session titled ‘Exploring partnership in international non-government development cooperation: question of equality and sustainability’ was hosted by the Centre on Budget and Policy and Professor Kazi Maruful Islam, Dept. of Development Studies, University of Dhaka.

The full excerpt from his lecture:
"Too often, partnership agreements are, to the largest extent, a tool in the hands of funding organizations to impose the implementation of a project on terms imposed by them, by defining the subject matter and the mode of intervention which they then require their “implementing partners” to abide to. These funding organizations may be working in many different counties and will, in many instances, have developed a single pattern of intervention and preset modes of working, with only limited, if not minimal, consideration for adaptation to the specific circumstances in which a given project will have to be implemented. This is certainly a factor of limited sustainability of such projects because they may not truly meet the priority needs of the local communities, nor duly take into account local constraints, whether social, environmental or other”

#Development #DevSec #INGO #DhakaUniversity #Equality #Sustainability #Policy #PeopleHelpingPeople #Empowerment
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They too are winning for Bangladesh!

Inspired by the Bangladesh national girls’ football team and an inspiration to their communities, the Bhalukia Palong High School girls’ football team has become Cox's Bazar district champions.

Trained with the facilities of the PSG-KLABU-FRIENDSHIP mobile sports library, their victory is a result of dedication and hard work.

#PSG #KLABU #PeopleHelpingPeople #ParisSaintGermain #Football #SAFF #SouthAsiaFootballFederation #Soccer @theklabu @psg @janvanhovell
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