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Organizational Profile

 

Genesis of MPUS:

Momota  Polly Unnayan Sangstha (MPUS) is  a  non-government, non-political, Volunteers  development organisation established  in the  year  1997. The organization was initiated by a group of dedicated volunteers of the locality who were inspired by the sprit of traditional social work. The main focus of MPUS is to promote food security for ultra poor through development activities such as social mobilization health. Hygiene and Nutrition Trade based skill development training, women empowerment through Enterprise development. Disable development, Prevention of HIV/AIDS. Awareness on climate change adaptation, Awareness on drug & Anti-tobacco, agricultural activities, prevention of household violence, family right, conflict resolution through mediation, development of small Entrepreneur, establish Human Rights, Datit, Horijon & Minority People for there livelihood Health rights, Prevention of women and child trafficking, training on legal awareness and extending legal support. Promote gender development Homestead gardening, nursery, tree plantation, advocacy provide literacy, water  & sanitation.

 

Legal Status:

After establishment, MPUS was registered with Directorate of Social Services under government of Bangladesh. Vide Reg. No. Dinaj-1598/2000 Date 08/11/2000, Youth Dinaj-234/Sadar-89 Date: 15/06/2005

 

Contact Person of the Organization:

                        Md.Yeakub Ali

                        Executive Director

                        Momota Polly Unnayan Sangstha (MPUS)

                        Suihari (Golapbag Road), Sadar

Dinajpur.

                        Mobile::+8801915442531, +8801768883417

Email:  yeakubmpus@gmail.com

 

Vision

Promotion of the socio economic condition of the under privilege people and empowerment of women and hard core poor through the Enterprise development literacy, Prevention of HIV/AIDS and climate change adaptation.

 

Mission  

MPUS is to conduct effective development initiatives for sustainability and peaceful society and committed to the empowerment of the disadvantaged and marginalized people of our society. Prepare young and adolescent for responsible. Promote community ownership for sustainable development.

 

Goal :

To improve the living standard of the disadvantaged and vulnerable men, women and children including persons with disability, Dalit, Horijon &  minority through need based sustainable development programs related to economic, social, environment and cultural in greater northern part of Bangladesh.

 

Objectives of MPUS :

  • To Ensure Human rights and child right, Health right of the disadvantages people.
    • To promote food security and livelihood development through social mobilization, Health Hygiene & Nutrition and skill development training including income generating activities.
    • To promote women Empowerment through economic development
      • To create awareness on preventive health measures HIV/AIDS and climate change adaptation
      • To provide support to disable people for there livelihood
        • To prevent violence against women, combat woman & child trafficking and early marriage.
        • To provide support for water and sanitation
        • To provide training on skill development, legal awareness & Legal support
        • To raise awareness on drug and Anti tobacco
        • To aware on Environment development
        • To resolve conflict through mediation
        • To promote literacy & continuing education for human development.
        • To establish nursery &Tree plantation.
        • To provide support for Dalit, Horijon and Minority people for there livelihood.

 

Values of MPUS:

  • Transparency.
  • Accountability.
  • Gender equality.
  • Secularism
  • Sustainability.
  • Mutual trusts and respect.

 

Membership organization of MPUS :

  • National Forum Of organizations working with the disabled (NFOWD) Dhaka.
  • Bangladesh Anti-tobacco Alliance.
  • Reproductive health network in Northwest Bangladesh (RDRS Bangladesh)
  • Child Sight Foundation (CSF).
  • Sti/AIDS network of Bangladesh.
  • Dinajpur women and child right Alliance (Plan Bangladesh).
  • Women valences prevention Forum (RDRS Bangladesh).
  • Motivation, Awareness, Advocacy program on social issues (MAAPSI Bangladesh).
  • Social Agency for welfare and advancement in Bangladesh (SAWAB).
  • Stop child marriage prevention Forum (Plan Bangladesh).

 

Present Activities:

  • Disable Development Program.
  • Implementing anti- tobacco & drugs awareness program.
  • Bandhu chula program.
  • Bangladesh Dalit, Horijon and minority Human rights movement.
  • Sustainable Agriculture development
  • Farmers Field School Program. (FFS)
  • Non formal/ Pre-school, Bridge schools for child labors/dropouts.
  • Water & Sanitation Program.
  • Combat Child & women trafficking.
  • HIV/AIDS Prevention Program.
  • Women empowerment and leadership build up.
  • Health & Nutrition Awareness Program.
  • Legal Aid support & awareness program 
  • Women Violence Prevention Program.
  • Awareness on climate change adaptation.
  • Slum area development program.

 

Donars of partner:

  • Bangladesh  NGO Foundation (BNF)
  • WBB Trust
  • Youth development department
  • Sell-Help Association for Rural people though Education and Entrepreneurship (SHAREE)
  • GIZ

 

Future plan of Organization.

  • To promote food & livelihood security of marginal people.
  • Provide service to women & poor people.
  • Provide service to disable people.
  • Provide service to Dalit, Horijon & minority people.
  • Safe mother delivery program
  • Utilization of local Resources.
  • Community led approach.
  • To promote woman empowerment.
  • To provide service on climate change adaptation.
  • To prevent HIV/AIDS.
  • To promote Human rights.
  • To extend support to disaster effected.
  • To promote literacy.
  • To provide service Slum & Floating people.
  • Provide skill development training & Income generating activities.
  • Awareness on Environment development.
  • To prevent Drug and Anti tobacco.
  • To raise awareness on social issue such as VAW Prevention on Acid Violence conflict resolution, Early marriage, Anti young and combat on woman & child trafficking.

 

Program/Project areas:

Name of District

Name of Upazila

Dinajpur

Sadar

²

Birol

²

Kaharol

²

Bochagong

²

Fulbari

²

Chirirbondor

²

Birampur

²

Birgong

Thakurgaon

Sadar

Pirgonj

Ranisonkoil

 

Haripur

 

Development approach & working strategy of MPUS:

MPUS adopts participatory development approach program planning, Implementation and evaluation. During planning undertake PRA methods in need identification for program designing, and during program implementation MPUS  always stresses on non-directive, bottom up & people's participatory working strategy for maximum participation of the people in the development process.

 

Nature of Program Participants/Beneficiaries of MPUS  :

Poor & vulnerable people especially women of lower income families i.e. land less, day labors, marginal farmers,  destitute, abandon, divorced, privileged  children, adolescent  and Dalit, Horijon & minority group economically poor, who are living below the poverty line are the direct program participants/beneficiaries of MPUS .

 

Information on General Body (GB) and Executive Committee (EC):

 

  1. a.      Process of formation and change of General Body and Executive Committee (Term; process of formation etc.)

 

Process of formation of General Body:

01.  General Body formatted with all of the general members (including   founder member) of the organization.

02.  General Body formatted a committee of 26 members with all general members.

 

Process of formation of Executive Body:

01.  Executive Body Formatted by the Qualified and active members of General Body. 

02.  Executive Body formatted by election with participation of general members.  

03.  Executive Body formatted a committee of 07 members by Chairman, Vice-Chairman, General Secretary, Asst. general Secretary, Treasurer & 2 Member.

04.  Executive Body formatted for a term of two years.

 

Process of change of General Body:

In case of any general member-

01.  Violation of constitutional rules or discipline of the organization.

02.  Any act or attempt act of defamation to the organization.

03.  Failure in payment of membership subscription for six month.

04.  Absent in last 3 meeting without approval.

05.  Mentally abnormal or death. 

06.  Get condemnation by court.

 

General Body should change/reform of body by the decision of AGM.

 

 Process of change of Executive Body:

If necessary General body have power of attorney to change the Executive Body in its Annual General Meeting (AGM).

 

b. Executive Committee

Sl. No

Name

Designation

01.

Md.  Abdul Hossain (Saju)

President

02.

Naz Begum

Vice-President

03.

Md. Tofazzal Hossain

Treasurer

04.

md. Yeakub Ali

General Secretary/ Executive Director

05.

Arfin Ara Jasmin

Asst. General Secretary /Asst. Executive Director

06.

Md. Monoar Hossain

Member

07.

Syeda Mosrur Afroza

member

 

C) Organizational Structure:

 

Organogram of MPUS

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  1. b.      Role of the General Body and Executive Body given bellow:

 

Role of General Body:

 

  1. General body shall elect the Executive Committee in its biennial Annual General Meeting (AGM) every two years.
  2. General Body through AGM shall approve of the budget and annual action plan every year.  
  3. General Body through AGM shall approve program activities and financial statement every year.
  4. General Body shall normally meet once in a year, selection and formation/ reformation of Executive Body and Advisory Committee shall finalize in the 2nd AGM.

 

Role of Executive Body:

 

  1. The Executive Body, here in after called as EB, shall be constituted of seven elected members. They will be elected by the GB and will remain in office for a term of two years.
    1. EB shall function as the supreme executive authority of the organization.  
    2. EB shall be accountable only to the GB for its acts and decisions.
    3. EB shall invite the annual General Meeting.
    4. EB shall meet minimum six times in a year.

 

  1. c.         Total Number of Staff in NGO:

 

Type of Staff

Male

Female

Total Numbers

Regular

06

04

10

Contractual

12

05

17

Volunteers

18

20

38

Total

36

29

65

 

  Strength of Organization:

  • Skilled manpower
  • Good cooperation with Upazila Parishad (Administration), Union Parishad, Religious and Educational institutions, CBOs, Local stakeholders etc. As example;
    • Well established

 

Membership of Govt. committees

  • Advisory Committee of Upazilla health complex.
  • House rehabilitation committee of GoB.
  • Upazilla Disaster Management Committee.
  •  Rehabilitation of acid burned women and disable committee.

Organizational Competency

  • Tremendous acceptance with community.
  • Good cooperation with other NGOs.
    • Committed for the safe community.
    • Appropriate initiatives on the pre-primary education for the less educated urban and vulnerable community.
      • Skilled manpower.
      • Sound management.
      • Willingness of social welfare and Youth Development. 
      • Priority of women participation in various programs.
      • Capable to work in any type of isolated area.    
      • Staff is skilled in local language of Dinajpur for that they are well expected in the community.

  Coordination between central and field office:

 

  • Field staffs should attend in weekly, fortnightly, monthly meeting at central office (as per schedule).
    • Meeting, sharing, implementation, supervision, evaluation by the participatory method.
    • Project Coordinator responsible for the quality achievement.
    • Field staff responsible for the all concern field activities, submission of report, bill-voucher, and work plan to the central office.
      • Organize skill development training for the field staff.
      • Provide required number of staff, logistic, stationary, fund etc.
      • Field activities monitoring, evaluation by the central office.  

  Nature of collaboration of the organization (MPUS) involved are the follows:

 

  • Awareness raising and motivation.
  • Campaign on local issues and development.
  • Organization building and development.
  • Observance of national and international week, days (Health, Disaster, Disable, Human Right, Safe mother, AIDS, Environment, Jubo, anti-tobacco, anti-Drug etc.)
    • Gender mainstreaming and development.  
    • Education support for the disabled children.
    • Promotion of volunteerism.
    • Work with Agricultural communities that one faced with multiple vulnerability.
    • Volunteer service during the disaster period.
    • Self blood donation program (Organizational Initiatives).
    • STD/HIV/AIDS prevention program (Organizational Initiatives). 

 

Existing Logistic of MPUS are follows:

 

Sl No.

Name of the assets (Moveable and Immoveable)

Quantity

  1.  

land

0.5 acre

  1.  

Own Office building

04 rooms

  1.  

Own training center

03 rooms

  1.  

Printing press

01

  1.  

Multi Media Projector Machine

01

  1.  

Over Head Projector (OHP)

01

  1.  

Motorcycle

04

  1.  

Television

01

  1.  

Water supply system

01

10.   

Table

12

11.   

Chair

05

12.   

Almirah

04

13.   

File Cabinet

05

14.   

Bicycle

15

15.   

Cot

10

16.   

Rack and hot not (wooden)

10

17.   

Tube well

02

 

Contact person for the NGO (Name, Designation and address):

 

Name                          :Md.Yeakub Ali

Designation                 : Executive Director

Address                       : Momota Polly Unnayan Sangstha (MPUS)

                                      Suihari (Golapbag Road) Sadar ,Dinajpur

                                      Mobile no: 01915442531, 01768883417

                                     E-mail : yeakubmpus@gmail.com


 

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