Light House Bangladesh

 

Completed Projects along with Donors:

 

SL

Projects/Programs’ Name

Donors’ and Partners’ Name

Closing Year

1

HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control among the Truckers

BAPCP/UNDP

1997

2

Education and Health

AUSAID

1998

3

World AIDS Day

HASAB

1998

4

Child Development

AUSAID

2000

5

Forest Development

Government

2000

6

ICFHDP

GTZ

2000

7

Non-formal adult literacy

Proshika

2000

8

Mapping on floating Sex worker

HASAB

2001

9

Credit Support

GTZ

2001

10

Adult &Voter Education

Proshika

2001

11

Village sanitation

BRAC

2001

12

Credit Support

BRAC

2001

13

Child Labor    

ILO

2001

14

HAPP among sex worker

HASAB

2002

15

HAPP SBSW

HASAB

2002

16

HIV/ AIDS /STD prevention with Street Based Sex Workers

FHI

2003

17

HIV AIDS/STI Prevention & Control Program

CARE Bangladesh

2004

18

HAPP for HRBHRG

UNICEF

2004

19

Community Policing Program

The Asia Foundation

2004

20

Peer - Led Community Outreach Intervention, Natore

UNODC

2004

21

Community Policing Program

The Asia Foundation

2005

22

HIV AIDS/STI Prevention & Control Program

CARE , Bangladesh

2005

23

HAPP-HRBHRG

UNICEF

2006

24

HIV/ AIDS /STD prevention and control among MSM & TG

Elton John AIDS Foundation

2006

25

Community Home Based Care Project for IDUs

CARE , Bangladesh

2006

26

Fair Election and Institutional Reform Project(FEIRP)

The Asia Foundation

2006

27

Civic Awareness Raising Program

EUROPEAN UNION

2006

28

Promoting Gender Justice through Legal Empowerment of Local Community in Rural Bangladesh

BLAST

2006

29

HIV/AIDS/STD prevention with Street Based Sex Workers, MSM &TG

FHI

2005

30

Election & Voter Awareness and Registration Program

The Asia Foundation

2006

31

Community Home Based Care Project for IDUs

CARE , Bangladesh

2006

32

HAPP-HRBHRG

UNICEF

2006

33

HAPP-IDU

CARE , Bangladesh

2006

34

HAPP-MSM

UNICEF

2007

35

Gender Responsive Community Based Policing Program

GTZ

2007

36

Prevention of Transmission and Harm Reduction of HIV among the Female Drug Users (RAS/13)

UNODC

2007

37

National Conference on Community Policing

The Asia Foundation

2007

38

HATI-IDU

CARE , Bangladesh

2008

39

Community Justice Program

The Asia Foundation

2008

40

HATI-HRBSW

UNICEF

2008

41

HATI-MSM

UNICEF

2008

42

HATI-HRBSW

UNICEF

2009

43

Gender Responsive Community Based Policing Program

GTZ

2008

44

Prevention of Transmission and Harm Reduction of HIV among the Female Drug Users (RAS/13)

UNODC

2008

45

Voter & Civic Education Activities (EWG)

The Asia Foundation

2008

46

Election Mobile Monitoring

The Asia Foundation

2008

47

Election day Observer (Stationery observation)

The Asia Foundation

2008

48

National Parliamentary Election (EWG)

The Asia Foundation

2008

49

HATI-IDU

CARE , Bangladesh

2009

50

Addressing the Causes and Effects of Acid Attack

MJF (ASF)

2009

51

Strengthening Psycho Social Services for Survivors of Acid Attack

UNICEF (ASF)

2009

52

Gender Responsive Community Based Policing Program

GTZ

2009

53

Voluntary Stationary Observer (EWG)

The Asia Foundation

2009

54

HATI-IDU

CARE , Bangladesh

2009

55

Develop Citizen group for Volunteerism

VSO

2009

56

Improving Access to Menstrual Regulation for Marginal & Underserved Population

WHO

2009

57

Election Working Group

The Asia Foundation

2009

58

Community Justice Program

The Asia Foundation

2009

59

Gender Responsive Community Based Policing Program

GTZ

2009

60

Community Justice Program

The Asia Foundation

2009

61

Develop Resource Centre

VSO

2009

62

Gender Responsive Community Based Policing Program

GTZ

2009

63

HIV and STI Prevention Project ( Modhumita)

FHI

2009

64

Gender Responsive Community Based Policing Program

GTZ

2009

65

Election Working Group

The Asia Foundation

2009

66

Gender Responsive Community Based Policing Program

GTZ

2010

67

Prevention of Transmission and Harm Reduction of HIV among the Female Drug Users (RAS/13)

UNDP

2009

68

Community Justice Program

The Asia Foundation

2010

69

Improving Access to Menstrual Regulation for Marginal & Underserved Population

WHO

2010

70

Gender Responsive Community Based Policing Program

GTZ

2010

71

Promotion of Legal & Social Empowerment of Women (PLSEW)

GTZ

2010

72

Providing HIV Prevention Service with Males Having sex with Males & Transgender in Bangladesh

ICDDR B

2010

73

Promotion of Legal & Social Empowerment of Women (PLSEW)

GTZ

2010

74

Observing Paurashava Elections -2011

The Asia Foundation

2010

75

Road Safety

GTZ

2011

76

Mobile election observation during Paurashava Elections -2011

The Asia Foundation

2011

77

Community Based Policing Program

The Asia Foundation

2011

78

Expanding Provision of Essential Harm Reduction Service for Injecting Drug Users

CARE, Bangladesh

2013

79

Strengthen Health system in Bangladesh
(MaMoni-HSS)

USAID/Save the
Children Bangladesh

2014

80

HIV/AIDs Prevention services for street Based Sex worker and their clients (SP-2)

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

2015

81

Providing HIV Prevention Service with Males Having sex with Males & Transgender in Bangladesh

ICDDR B

2015

82

Peoples Action for Democratic Governance

The European Union

2015

83

Expanding Provision of Essential Harm Reduction Service for Injecting Drug Users

CARE, Bangladesh

2015

84

Ensuring Rights of Fair Justice for the Vulnerable and Adibashi Groups

USAID/NCSC

2015

85

TB CARE-II

USAID

2015

86

Better Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for Young People affected by HIV (Linkup)

HASAB

2015

87

Active Citizens Youth Leadership Training Program (ACYLTP)

British Council (BC).

2015

88

HIV Prevention Services for Injecting Drug Users (IDUs) package-6

National AIDS and STD Program and World Bank

2016

89

Link Up Project (LUP)

HASAB

2016

90

National Scaling up of the application of 7.1% Chlorhexidine solution in the newborn umbilical cord

Save the children International

2016

91

Survivors network for prevention and better inclusion

UNICEF in partnership with ASF

2016

92

Improved Justice and Legal Aid Services (IJLAS)

UKaid through Maxwell Stamp-PLC

2017

93

Justice for All (JFA) Program in Bogra district

 

USAID through NCSC

2018

94

Justice for All (JFA) Program in Bogra district

 

USAID through NCSC

2018

 

 

1.Justice for All (JFA) Program in Bogra district

In Bogra, community people particularly women, children, elderly citizens and people living in char-land and hard to reach areas with little or no resources and cannot access legal remedies when their rights are violated or they are victimized. The government initiative through NLAC, DLAC, UZLAC and UPLAC to assist eligible community people with legal aid assistance to access justice, especially for the poor income group, elderly citizens, persons with disability, abandoned women with minor children dowry, rape victim, polygamy, early marriage, domestic violence, land dispute, torture, injury at local rivalry, trafficking, environmental pollution by bidi factory and brickfield, land grabbing etc. The government legal aid package can play an important role to protect the legal and human rights of the illiterate, ignorant and resource-less poor people.

From October 2014 Light House implementing “Justice for All Program” in Bogra project Funded by USAID’s Justice for All Program in 12 Upazila covering 3,310,874 populations from 108 unions of Bogra district. The project aims to activate and make a functional all legal aid committee (DLAC, UZLAC and UPLAC) through an effective coordination mechanism. Increasing awareness on legal literacy of government legal aid services through making the demand for justice and rights (social, economical and legal) among marginalized vulnerable, deprived of-women, adolescent, children, ethnic and religious minorities and the extremely poor segment of the society by creating an enabling environment in the supply side making affordable & accessible of available services in the Bogra district of Bangladesh.

 

2.Justice for All: Pabna Project is supported by USAID through NCSC to ensure fair Justice and promote access to justice services for the vulnerable and un-served population, especially women, adolescent, poor groups of Pabna district covering 61 unions in 9 Upazila to provide services 28,00214 population through awareness. To strengthen legal aid services in the formal justice sector , involved judicial service delivered to the public and increase legal literacy among target population Light House implementing Justice for all Pabna project funded by USAID’s justice for all program covering 9 upazilla of pabna district from October/15