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সমাজ উন্নয়ন প্রশিক্ষণ কেন্দ্র ( এসইউপিকে) সমাজ উন্নয়ন প্রশিক্ষণ কেন্দ্র ( এসইউপিকে) বৃহত্তর দিনাজপুর জেলার অসমভিত্তিক সমাজ ব্যবস্থায় পিছিয়েপড়া জনগোষ্ঠির কল্যানে ১৯৭৯ সন হতে নিবিড়ভাবে কাজ করে চলেছে৤ অত্র সংস্থাটি বিশ্বাস করে এ দেশের জনগণ উন্নয়ন প্রত্যাশী৤ কিন্তু প্রয়োজনীয় সহযোগিতার অভাবে তারা কাংক্ষিত লক্ষ্যে পৌছাতে পারছে না ৤ দারিদ্রতা তাদের উন্নয়নকে ব্যহত করছে৤ অপরদিকে উন্নয়নের সু-নিদিষ্ট কলা কৌশল ও সুষ্ঠভাবে প্রয়োগের অভিঙ্গতা ও সামান্যতম৤তাই, সংস্থাটি দেশের আথ-সামাজিকভাবে পিছিয়ে পড়া জনগোষ্ঠির উন্নয়ন ত্বরান্বিত করার লক্ষ্যে সহযোগিতার ভুমিকা পালন করে আসছে৤

প্রধান কাযালয়

কালিতলা ,দিনাজপুর৤

প্রকল্প অফিস

গ্রাম: গড়নুরপুর (দশমাইল) উপজেলা: কাহারোল ,জেলা: দিনাজপুর৤

নিবাহী পরিচালকের নাম

মোঃ মোজাফ্ফর হোসেন

স্থাপিত

১৯ জুলাই ১৯৭৯

Status of Registration

Non Government Organization (Local)

Major Ongoing Project

07

Contact Person

Md. Mozaffar Hossain, Executive Director.

Contact No

01716-414176

E-Mail

 

supk_dinajpur@yahoo.com.

 

Website

www.dinajpurngos.com/ngos/index/supk

 

Registration Details

Sl.

Registration Details

Registration Authority

Registration No.

Year of

Registration

01

NGO Affairs Bureau under Foreign Donation(Voluntary Activities)

NGO Affairs Bureau

DSW/FDO/R- 154 in 1983

1983 Renew-16/07/2015

02

Family planning Dept

Family planning Dept

02/ Dinajpur

1982

03

Jubo Unnayan Adhidoptor

Jubo Unnayan Adhidoptor

JUA/Dinaj-283/Sadar-106/08

2008

04

Social Welfare   Department

Ministry of Social Welfare,

Peoples Republic of Bangladesh

Dinajpur-116/80

1980

Overview of  Samaj Unnayan Prashikshan  Kendra (SUPK)

SUPK is a woman & child rights based voluntary local development  organization in Dinajpur it is established in the year of 1979 for promoting rights of disadvantaged women & their children in the northern Part of Bangladesh i.e. poverty elimination in terms of Rights & Dignity , children participation , awareness , skills, illiteracy of poor family children ,stop child marriage and promoting birth registration, Increase awareness on prevention of of child trafficking , capacity enhancement of local CSOs and LGIs, linkage development of targeted people & CSOs with local Duty Bearers etc.

 SUPK is committed to for implementation of United Nations Convention on the Rights of the child ( UNCRC), Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination  Against Women ( CEDAW) along with Universal Declaration of Human Rights ( UDHR).                

 

Identity

SUPK is a ‘Development Organization’ works for the marginalized unprivileged & distressed humanities for improving their socio-economic conditions through generating save savings, capacities skill & knowledge, IGAs & building entrepreneurship among members & networking for humanitarian services. SUPK is commonly known as the friend organization for the poor.

Vision

To promote the socio-economic condition of the under privileged people

Mission

conduct effective initiatives for sustainable development and peaceful society

Goal

Release neglected, oppressed and uprooted people including children and women of the society from humanitarian and socio-economic discrepancies.

 

Objectives

  • To increase awareness of all level peoples specially neglected, oppressed and uprooted people of the society about their rights and dignity.
  • To build the capacity of SUPK staff as well as other duty bearers i.e. parents, CSOs, LGIs.
  • To develop community level group by the people.
  • To build good relation with social service oriented organizations as well as Government and ensure coordination at all level.
  • To mobilize the community people and other stakes to ensure the optimum utilization of local resources

Network & Affiliation and Partnership

Network & Affiliation 

›          Chapter & Central member of the ADAB - Bangladesh.

›          ALRD - Bangladesh

›          Legal Awareness Forum - Bangladesh.

›          Gender of Child Rights Forum (GCRF)

›          Dinajpur Women & Child Rights Alliance (DWCRA), Dinajpur, Bangladesh

›          Divisional Disaster Risk Reduction Forum, Rangpur Division, Bangladesh

›          MAAPSI Bangladesh

›          Manusar jonno amra..

›          CNA Dinajpur.

›          DBM Dinajpur

›          DPPF Dinajpur

Beyond all these above, a good liaison being maintained with the local government institutes, national & international development organizations.

Organizational Values

  • Mutual trust and respect
  • Respect and believe all level people’s rights & dignity
  • Gender sensitivity
  • Equality & non-discrimination
  • Transparency & accountability
  • Unity
  • Practice of democracy and participation

Program Implementation Strategy

SUPK- Dinajpur adopts fully Right Base Participatory Development Approach of Program planning, Implementation and evaluation. During planning undertake RPA (Rural Participatory Approach) in need identification for program designing, and during program implementation SUPK always stresses on non-directive, bottom up & people's participatory working strategy for maximum participation of the people in the development process.

Presently, SUPK has been implementing its program undertaking target groups Right Based and Community Development Approach.

In target group approach, SUPK firstly organizes the poor and hard core people into homogeneous group through rapport building, animation, motivation, discussion & communication. Secondly, it facilitates them in an empowerment through; activation of group Dynamism training.

 

General Strategy

  1. Problem identification, analysis, preparation of plan, implementation with ensured monitoring and evaluation through participation of community people.
  2. To build resource facilitators among the people and men to men contact toward making dynamic and people oriented of every program of the organization.
  3. To make strong network with government, non-government and voluntary organizations.
  4. A Incorporate gender issue with all sphere of development process. 

 

Development approach & working strategy of SUPK:

SUPK- Dinajpur adopts fully Right Base Participatory Development Approach of Program planning, Implementation and evaluation. During planning undertake RPA (Rural Participatory Approach) in need identification for program designing, and during program implementation SUPK always stresses on non-directive, bottom up & people's participatory working strategy for maximum participation of the people in the development process.

Presently, SUPK has been implementing its program undertaking target groups Right Based and Community Development Approach.

In target group approach, SUPK firstly organizes the poor and hard core people into homogeneous group through rapport building, animation, motivation, discussion & communication. Secondly, it facilitates them in an empowerment through; activation of group Dynamism training, NFE education and finally, it facilitates them in initiation of economic program for regular income to alleviate poverty through active involvement & participation. In community development approach, SUPK stresses on Shisu Biddaloy, installation of tube-well and social forestation.

Development philosophy of SUPK:

SUPK believes that the people who bring about the changes in their own condition through individual & cooperative action as such, it is possible by releasing human dormant potentialities in to action -hereby the unemployed labor force will be transformed into productive labor force.

As such, the development -philosophy of SUPK is based on the conceptual framework that the paramount need of the people is not relief but release - the way to develop their potentialities for personal, social, economical, educational and civic growth & development.

 

Target Beneficiaries

Vulnerable, poor, land-less, marginal farmers, disadvantaged women especially women of lower income families, aged people and Adibasi, destitute, abandon, divorced, under privileged children, adolescent  But priority is given, who have less than 50 decimals of land, earn less than Tk.600 per month, illiterate, and socially less conscious, unable to fulfill basic needs, destitute and  vulnerable children, who are exploited and oppressed.

 

Coverage

Sl. No.

Coverage

Total

01

Beneficiaries

42334

Male:

Female:

02

Family/Household

             22115                                          20119

03

Villages

346

04

Unions

45

05

Upazilla

06

06

District

01

Activities (On Going Projects)

Name of the Project

Implementing Area

Duration

Funded By

Non- Formal Primary Education-NFPE

Birol Upazila

1999 to till  now

BRAC

Child Right Capacity Building project (CRC)

Khanshama & Chirirbandar Upazila

2005 to till  now

Plan International Bangladesh

Water and Sanitation (Adibasi Health Education, safe drinking water & Sanitation and hygiene promotion)

Birol Upazila

2009 to till now

GOB/NGO Foundation

Girl power project ( GPP)

Dianjpur sadar, Khanshama, Kaharole & Birgonj Upazila

January 2010 to December 2015

Plan International Bangladesh

Stop Child Marriage ( SCM)

Chirirbandar,Khansama Upazila

 

April’2012 to till now

Plan International Bangladesh

Protecting Human Right ( PHR)Project

Chirirbandar Upazila

 

April,2012 till now

USAID

Our Report Towards our Bangladesh ( ORTOB)

Khansama Upazila

January’12 till now

Save The Children

EPI

Dinajpur Sadar  Upazila

2005 to till now

GOB

 

Past Experience

SL No.

 

Implementing Area

Duration

Funded By

1

Health & Family Planning (NSDP)

Birol, Sadar UPZ

1982 to  1997

The Asia Foundation

3

Group Formation (Institutional Building)

Sadar, Birol UPZ

1982 to  1985

OXFAM

4

Village Farm Forestry (VFFP)

Sadar, Birol UPZ

1987 to 2003

SDC / IC

5

Non Formal Primary Education

Kaharol UPZ

1991 to 1995

APHD HONG KONG

6

Alternative Dispute Resolution program

Sadar, Birol UPZ

1992 to 1996

The Asia Foundation

7

Fisheries Project – 1Fisheries project -2

Sadar, Birol,Ponchagor UPZ

1998 to

2003 to 2006

IFADEP SP-2

GOB. Fisheries

8

Go-Interfish

Nababgang UPZ

2000 to 2005

CARE / DFID

9

SHABGI

Bochagang UPZ

2000 to 2005

CARE -DFID

10

Strengthening Local Govt. Initiative program.

Birol UPZ

2002 to2003

VERC

11

Small Scale Enterprise Development project.

Sadar UPZ

2002 to  2002

ITDG /PRESE

12

Prevention of child Trafficking through Educating and strengthening the role of  community  project (PCTEC)

Sadar, Birol,Nabagang,Hakimpur UPZ

2000 to 2005

ILO

13

Legal aid support program

Birol UPZ

1992 to 1996

The Asia Foundation

14

Adult Literacy

Birgong UPZ

1999 to 2000

GOB /DNFPE

15

Peoples  opportunities Wider Through Education & Rights (POWER)

Kaharol UPZ

2006 to 2012

GBK

16

Social Awareness Towads prevention of Violence & Establish Women Rights (STPVEWR)

Sadar UPZ

2006

Ministry of Women & Child affairs –Bangladesh

17

Reaching out of School Children (ROSC)

Goragat UPZ

July /10

HASAB Cnosodium-GoB,

Donor Organization

  • Plan International Bangladesh
  • United State Agency for International Development ( USAID)
  • Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee ( BRAC)
  • Bangladesh NGO Foundation ( BNF)
  • Save The Children
  • GOB

 

Organizational Structure

SUPK the Organization governance consists into two tiers:

  • General Committee
  • Executive Committee

Governance & Management

Steering in hand, the ‘Executive Director” leads the program in association with proper consultation of the executive committee. The executive committee meet themselves bi-monthly to review the progress. Consisting seven (07) members of executive committee are elected by general members for three years. General committee meets annually to review overall achievements, income-expenditure & to approve the next & previous year’s budget & planning i.e. called AGM (Annual General Meeting). Besides this, special general meeting is arranged as per need. The field officials- responsible for field monitoring, supervision, training & other attend monthly meeting held on each of 1st week of month. The field officials  usually present their monthly progress reports including business & development plan for the next month. The Executive Director sits in the chair & takes part in reviewing session containing failure & success & lastly provides guide to overcome or strengthening of activities.

 

B2: Board members:

 

Name & note any position within Board (if relevant)

Occupation (or past occupation, if retired)

Relation with other board members, if applicable

Monetary value of all benefits received from board function per annum

1

Md. Hakimul Kabir

Business

N/A

N/A

2

Md. Mozibur Rahman

Business

N/A

N/A

3

Md. Mozaffar Hossain

Executive Director of SUPK

N/A

Received Honorarium from different projects

4

Md. Malbul Hossain (Bulu)

Business

N/A

N/A

5

Most. Sakira Banu

House wife former Lecturer Birgonj Govt. College)

N/A

N/A

6

Md. Moksedur Rahman

Business (and Freedom fighter)

Husband of Most. Shakira Banu

N/A

7

Most. Shirin Begum

House Wife

Wife of Md. Moksedur Rahman

N/A

8

Most. Shefali Begum

House Wife

N/A

N/A

Percentage of Board members who are women

38%

 

Human Resources Management

SUPK have independent Human Resource department. They look after staff capacity building, transfer, recruitment etc for the sake of organization. At present SUPK staff update is as follows:

Type of Staff

Male

Female

Total

Permanent Staff

27

39

66

Volunteer Staff

-

04

04

Contractual  Staff

-

 

01

01

Total

27

43

71

 

 

Infrastructure and Technical Expertise

 

 

Sl. No.

Description

Quantity

 

 

01

Own Office Building

01

 

 

02

Training Center

01

 

 

03

Training Logistics (Chair, Table etc)

Adequate

 

 

04

Motorcycle

10

 

 

05

Bi-Cycle

30

 

 

06

Computer & Laptop

04

 

 

07

Trainer

06

 






Manuals & Guidelines

  • Financial & Administrative manual
  • Program operational Manual
  • Gender policy
  • Vehicle  policy
  • Human Resource Development Policy
  • Personnel Policy

Financial Management

All the funds related to the project transferred to its own bank account, which is operated by the Executive Director, treasure and the Chairman of SUPK with their joint signature. The Manager  finance & Admin, , & Accountant maintains all the accounts transaction and all the relevant documents regarding the project according to the accounting principle and the Finance Manual of the organization. 

Monitoring & Evaluation

Monitoring:

SUPK have independent monitoring cell. Monitoring & Evaluation officer will be responsible for the activity & she/he will be directly reportable to Executive Director.

Monitoring will be done in two ways:

Firstly, unit offices already have the practice of sending monthly report to head office (HO). The M & E officer will compile the reports & analyze data & then submit the compiled report with analysis & finding to management.

Secondly, there will be a monthly report in case of social development activities. A group will be assigned for these activities which will be formed with representatives from both community & SUPK. The report will be prepared through participatory process & will be submitted to management for further action.

Quarterly monitoring & observation report should be prepared by 15th of the following month & will be shared with board for decision. Minor observation will be dealt by Executive Director & senior management team

Evaluation:

An independent organization will be assigned for evaluation after completion of every project. The organization will be selected through competitive bidding by SUPK. The organization will submit an evaluation report to SUPK management. This will be shared with board for further action.

Reporting:

SUPK have internal reporting system in weekly and monthly. Monthly report is submitted to donor and government to meet their compliance. Besides this, annual report is prepared and published under the lead of internal reporters unit.

Internal/External Audit:

SUPK have internal audit unit having an internal auditor who is reportable to the chairman of SUPK directly. As per decision taken in AGM, external audit firm is selected to perform audit in each year

(Md.Mojaffar Hossain)

Executive Director


 

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