IMPACT Mothers’ Clubs are established to empower women with key health messages. Sessions focus on cooking, first aid, hygeine and sanitation as well as health education.
IMPACT Foundation Bangladesh’s Nursing Institute gives young women from impoverished communities the opportunity to become a fully qualified nurse and helps to meet the desperate need for nurses in Bangladesh.
Our comprehensive Water and Sanitation programme mitigates the harmful effects of arsenic contaminated water in communities throughout Chuadanga and Meherpur.
Home gardens are established for the poorest families to provide a source of nutrition and often a source of income as surplus vegetables can be sold to friends and neighbours.
Families are provided with livestock, such as hens and goats, so as to provide the family with a source of nutrition and income as surplus eggs can be sold. Families with a disabled member or with little to no income are prioritised.
In 1999, IMPACT launched the Jibon Tari Floating Hospital to take specialist care to areas with high levels of poverty treating people for cataracts, club-foot, cleft lip and loss of hearing.
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