SU-CHALA

Project TitleSU-CHALA
Overall GoalGrant for urban ultra-poor children’s Mirpur, Lalbagh and Jurain area to schooling program  
Project Results/ Objective • Enhanced capacities of children to urban resilience in informal settlements
• Scale up to Primary & Secondary education
• Awareness women and children’s in urban resilience through generated evidence
DurationJan 2017 - Dec 2018
Funded ByAnukul Foundation
Supported BySEEP & Anukul Foundation
Geographical CoverageMirpur, Lalbagh & Jurain
BudgetBDT 2,85,000.00
Target Beneficiaries • Direct: 32
• Indirect: -
Target Groups • Drop out of children
• Unawareness of guardian
• Indiscipline of children
Strategic Partners • Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC)
• Urban Development Directorate (UDD)
• Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (RAJUK)
Main Components/ Interventions of the Project • Decrease the drop out children
• Awareness of the guardian
• Attempt of the children
Project in briefSince 2012 Su-chala program was started. With the support and financial assistance from Anukul Foundation, SEEP is carrying out the Project to aid in the continuation of education of 32 children aged 6-10 in urban slums of mirpur, Jurain and Lalbagh. It’s a stipend program and up to 224 students were supported by successful 7 years. The community people were excited at the prospect of getting their children in mainstream education and motivated the children to attend school regularly. Children become pliant and articulate in expression due to the effect of school ambience. They have become are about their rights and many have since left hazardous jobs and move to decent jobs where working hours are as per the labour law. They are happy and content with the progress they are making in life. They household environ of the children have diametrically improved, they are hygiene conscious, study regularly at home. The teachers were eloquent about the dramatic improvement of the psyche of the children.

Micro Finance Program

Project TitleDEVELOPEMT PROGRAM FOR THE POOR
Overall GoalTo increase the capacity and sustainability of the organization, working towards the establishment of the rights of the children.
Project Results/ Objective • To improve laws relating to children in the light of United Nations Child Rights Convention;
• To work for better implementation of laws and policies relating to children;
• To make available appropriate services for children deprived of their right to survival and development, and ensure children’s participation;
• To empower parents and the community socio economically, so they can protect the rights of their children;
• To increase the capacity and sustainability of the organization, working towards the establishment of the rights of the children.
DurationSince 1998
Funded ByPKSF, Anukul Foundation,
Supported By
Geographical CoverageDhaka & Narayanganj
BudgetBDT 9,71,00,000.00
At a glance • Members: - 13,694
• Lonee - 10,841
• Savings - 14,70,56,513
• Loan outstanding - 30,35,43,195
Target Groups • Ultra poor people
• Agree Culture
• Farming & Dairy
• Small Business people
• Micro Business people
Strategic Partners • Mutual Trust Bank Ltd.
• Bank Asia Ltd.
• Meghna Bank Ltd.
Main Components/ Interventions of the Project • Jagaron
• Agrasor
• Sufalon
Project in briefSince 1998 SEEP - MFIs was started by one branch. Now it has 14 branches and 90 Million won equity. Though initially the organization has been involved in charity like running feeding centers or doling out clothes for the needy and malnourished children in the time of disaster such as drought, floods, and cold wave – the organization has started development works for the needy children on the realization that service to the distressed should bring out result which should be somewhat long lasting and sustainable rather than a temporary help.

Primary Health Project

Project TitlePrimary Health Project
Overall GoalGrant for urban ultra-poor children’s Mirpur, Lalbagh and Jurain area to schooling program  
Project Results/ Objective • Primary Health checkup and Paramedics prescription (free of cost for poor clients)
• Pre and post primary maternity checkup for mother-child also consulting service (free of cost for poor clients)
• TBA service for delivery at clients home (with a small amount charging to poor client)
• Free networking and linking with specialized health service provider
• Health & sanitation advice
• Free medicine supply
DurationMar 2018 - Feb 2019
Funded ByAnukul Foundation
Supported BySEEP & Anukul Foundation
Geographical CoverageLalbagh & Jurain
BudgetBDT 3,12,000.00
Target Beneficiaries • Direct: - 76520
• Indirect: -12350
Target Groups • All micro finance client
• Their family members,
• Relatives and community people
Strategic Partners • Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC)
• Urban Development Directorate (UDD)
• Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (RAJUK)
Main Components/ Interventions of the Project • Diarrhea
• Dysentery
• Hepatitis
• Gynecological support
• Participation in Group meeting
• Consulting Service Provided
• Fever, Cold, Cough
• Skin disease
Project in briefSince 2011 Primary Health Program was started. With the support and financial assistance from Anukul Foundation, SEEP is carrying out the Project support of health program treatment 88,870 parson in urban slums of Jurain and Lalbagh. Under this program has one MBBS Doctor, one paramedic and one TBA. The Donor have supported this health program at 8 years successfully.

Prevention of Child Trafficking through Community Strengthening & Networking


Project Title

Prevention of Child Trafficking through Community Strengthening & Networking (PCTSCN)

Overall Goal
By 2030, Girls and Young Women in Bangladesh are living in an enabling environment free from Gender Based Violence and Economic Exclusion.

Project Results/ Objective
1. Evidence based L&A to ensure adequate resource allocation for NPA
implementation, activation and functional of Counter Trafficking Committees (CTCs) with promotion of coordination among the actors and creation of space for active linkage and networking;
2. Raise voices of children and youth in NPA monitoring;
3. Promote priority of children in activating the institutions (National Authority, Fund, and Special Tribunal for combating human trafficking);
4. Engage community and media to combat GBV.
Duration
2015 to 2019

Funded By

TdH Netherlands

Supported By

PCTSCN Consortium

Geographical Coverage

Bagerhat, Patuakhali, Rangpur, Satkhira and Dhaka districts
Budget
Tk. 18,25,500/=

Target Beneficiaries
Total target beneficiaries and target actors you plan to achieve under this Project:
Families and communities = 525,120
CSOs = 138
Government = 930

Target Groups

Families and communities, CSOs, Government

Strategic Partners

INCIDIN, CPD, SEEP and Nari Maitree

Main Components/ Interventions of the Project
The key strategic actions are: lobbying, advocacy, mobilizing, linking and
networking. The main tactics involve outsider approach through participatory knowledge sharing, as well as an insider approach through membership in government committees and linkage building by organizational strength and involvement.

Project in brief
This project falls under GAA project, thematic area child trafficking and migration. It intends to better implement Human Trafficking Act-2012 and it’s Rules-2017 along with implementation of National Plan of Action (NPA) on human trafficking 2018-2022. This project aims to achieve these outcomes through lobbying, advocacy, linking and networking. The main tactics involve an outsider approach through participatory knowledge sharing, as well as an insider approach through membership in government committees and building linkage by organizational strength and involvement. The geographical areas include Bagerhat, Patuakhali, Rangpur, Satkhira and Dhaka districts. The families and communities and CSO from 5 working areas districts mentioned earlier. The key actors in 2019 include: Families & Communities along with Media, Government and CSOs.

Sexual & Reproductive Health


Project Title

BGD Youth Power Action Integrated Workforce Development and sexual and Reproductive health for Youth in Bangladesh study

Overall Goal
“Collaboration for Durable and Systemic Change for Youth Employment (Skills to Succeed Grant#5)"
The project will reach a total of 1000 deprived in-school and out-of-school youth (48% female) living in urban areas in Mirpur, Dhaka. Sexual & Reproductive Health,
Menstrual Hygiene Management and Nutrition Curriculum for Young People Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2018.
Project ResultsS2S equips deprived and at risk youth with the right combination of market-relevant skills, networks and opportunities they need to get decent jobs or build their own businesses. S2S, under YouthPower Action, will implement this curriculum with Community Mobilizers to better understand the benefits of integrating a SRH component into the program.
ObjectiveTo provide SRH training with Employability & skills training to vulnerable adolescents and youths (14-24) in IT/BPO courses and place them to gainful employment in the supply chain of IT/BPO sector for better improved life in their next job life.
Primary SRH outcomeIntention to use contraception,
Secondary SRH outcomes: contraceptive knowledge; contraceptive use; use of a modern method, increase income, less absenteeism
Duration
From 1 June 2018 shall expire on 31 January 2019

Funded By

Pilot project: Save the children USA

Supported By

Save the Children International (SCI)

Geographical Coverage

Mirpur, Dhaka
Budget
BDT 218,000

Target Beneficiaries
Direct: 1,000 adolescent and youths
Indirect: 2,000 adolescent and youths
Participants of this SRH trainings are young people aged 16-24 who are living in urban areas and taking part in Save the Children’s Skills to Succeed (S2S) program.
16-24-year-old men and women participants in the Skills to Succeed (S2S) program. S2S eligibility includes those who have completed at least Junior Secondary Education (grade 8) living in the slums in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Design: Panel cluster-randomized impact evaluation

Target Groups
Deprived and at-risk adolescent and youth from poor households
Age group: 14-24 years
Male-Female ratio: 52% male, 48% female
Adolescent and youth with disabilities and working in hazardous conditions

Main Components/ Interventions of the Project
Research Question: Is an integrated workforce and sexual and reproductive health intervention better at achieving improved work force and SRH outcomes than a work force-only study? ---- Hypothesis is it can.

Development objective
Client Collaboration and other Opportunities
Primary SRH outcome: Intention to use contraception,
Secondary SRH outcomes: contraceptive knowledge; contraceptive use; use of a modern method, increase income, less absenteeism
Provide insights as an employer in the labor market assessment

Contribution to knowledge
The following contributions will be made to knowledge and assets:
Primary WfD outcome: decent work, which includes income, work stability, reasonable hours/week, perceived physical and emotional safety at work.
Secondary WfD outcomes: Employment seeking knowledge and behavior; communication skills; Interpersonal skills; Higher-order thinking skills; Self-control; Positive identity

Project in brief
Save the Children Federation,
Save the Children is implementing the Skills to Succeed (S2S) program to address decent employment in Bangladesh with SEEP in Mirpur.
From September 2017 to 2020, with funding from Accenture Global Grants 5, S2S will provide market-relevant employability and vocational training, focusing on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) for finance and accounting vocations, to 13,500 vulnerable out-of-school youth aged 16-24 years old living in the urban slums of Dhaka.
Save the Children works with three local implementing partners (IAs):
Social & Economic Enhancement Programme (SEEP)
Evaluation Survey : This survey will serve as the main data collection instrument for the impact evaluation of the Integrated for Youth study. This survey will be given to a sample of youth before the program begins as a baseline, four months after completion of the program as a midline and 13 months after completion of the program as an end line.
The data collection firm Data collector will collect the data from the sampled youth on tablets using Kobo Toolbox. Once the data is collected, this will be submitted directly from the tablets into the Kobo cloud database and then exported by Youth power Action for analysis.

S2S Foundational Skills Training Design
Methodology
Population:
16-24-year-old men and women participants in the Skills to Succeed (S2S) program. S2S eligibility includes those who have completed at least Junior Secondary Education (grade 8) living in the slums in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Design:
Panel cluster-randomized impact evaluation
Study Sites:
Youth clubs in slums, Mirpur, Dhaka City, Bangladesh
Training plan:
Sampling plan:
The study will be conducted across two cohorts of S2S youth starting in July and October 2018, totaling 2,700 youth (1,350 per cohort). Youth clubs will be randomly assigned into one of two treatment arms.
Treatment arm1 will just receive the standard S2S employability skills training
Treatment arm2 will receive the standard S2S employability skills and SRH, MHM, nutrition skills training as well.

3 youth clubs from Cohort 1 and 2 youth clubs from Cohort 2 will be randomly assigned into treatment arm2 of SEEP.
Out of the 90 youth in each youth club, 60 youth will be sampled only for baseline survey the sample will be 70.
Sample size per cohort:
60 youth/club x 5 clubs = 300 youth/cohort

In 5 Youth clubs - The foundational skills training involves the following breakdown:
Employability Skills with SRH (in ARM-2 club)
Occupational Health & Safety Skills
English Skills Practice
Numeracy Skills Practice
Youth-led Advocacy and cultural activities
In the Vocational training center Business Process Out sourcing (BPO) training –
Web Design
Finance & Accounting
Customer care & Development
Graphics Design

Conclusion & looking forward
Save the Children - Save the Children responsible for the overall implementation of the S2S program as well as the quality and oversight of the Integrated for Youth study. They also are responsible for informing Youth power Action if any problems arise during implementation of the study.
SEEP - Implementing partner SEEP including SRH Community Mobilizers, are responsible for delivering the trainings program, selection and enrollment of learners, tracking dropout as well as collecting data on youth attendance to program activities. They also support to mobilize youth for data collection activities.
Data collector -
serves as the external data collection firm and responsible for collecting the data related to the impact evaluation. They train their data collectors alongside Save staff and collect baseline, midline and end line data, which is submitted to Save and Youth power Action.

Nethope 2017 Device Challenge

Project nameNethope 2017 Device Challenge: Bangladesh
DonorUnited States Technical supported by SCI
Technical supported bySave the Children
Project Duration2017- 2018
Working AreaDhaka North City Corporation, Word No- 2,3,5,6 (Mirpur-12,Mirpur-11, Mirpur-10,Mirpur-7, Mirpur-6, Mirpur-2)
Main Activities • Computer Lab Setup: 4 computer lab were set up by SCI. There were 90 computers with 96 computer tables & 96 chairs,34 UPS and 100 tabs had been given by SCI.
• Community awareness.
• Provide ICT training.
• Job placement.
ObjectivesProvide soft skills and basic computer to the vulnerable adolescent youths and place them to employment.
Expected results • 3600 vulnerable youths will be training on soft skills and basic computer in decorated computer Lab.
• 80% of direct reach employed.
Target Group • Deprived, adolescent and youth from poor households.
• Drop out youths.
• Age group 14-24 years.
• At least class 8 and at best class 12.
Total Youth Reach • Total reach: 3600
• Direct reach: 3280
• Indirect Reach: 320
Description of the project: I. In the month of July ‘2017 there are some awareness program organized by SEEP in Mirpur such as community mobilization, Miking, Leaflet, meeting with the parents & local governments.
II. Enrolled minimum 600 target youths by 5 community mobilizer for 45 days each batch of 5th batch.
III. Enrolled youths took 120 hours soft skills & basic computer training by recruited ICT instructors in the 4 labs in our Vocational Training Center.
IV. After taking sort course, some of them went to employed in local computer shop, chain shop etc and rest of were went to 5 clubs in Mirpur-12, Bauniabadh, Sabuj Bangla, Ta Block & Duaripara of S2S program for 3 months. Then they went to our VTC for the 3 months IT/BPO training.
V. We have ensured 80% job placement in different organization as projects required.
Staff of the project:One project Coordinator and 2 ICT teachers were recruited by HRD of SEEP.

Journey Towards Disaster Resilient Dhaka City

Project TitleJourney Towards Disaster Resilient Dhaka City project (JTRDC) - An Urban Risk Reduction Project.
Overall GoalMost vulnerable children in Dhaka urban areas grow up in a disaster resilient environment.
Project Results/ ObjectiveObjective:-
To strengthen accountability of duty bearers towards right holders of Dhaka city including 17354 children of two slums in ward 2 and 5 for resilient city.
Project Results:-
1. Increased awareness and capacity of children, youth and communities on disaster preparedness and Climate change and adaptation.
2. Duty bearers and stakeholders are sensitized and ensured their commitment on reduction of disaster risk of city dwellers including most vulnerable urban children.
3. Civil Society Organizations are active in making accountable the duty bearer to deliver their commitment towards child centred Urban Disaster Risk Reduction
DurationJuly 2015 - June 2019
Funded BySIDA
Supported ByPlan International Bangladesh
Geographical CoverageWard- 02 & 05, Zone- 02, Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC)
BudgetBDT 76,372,409
Target Beneficiaries • Direct: 100 children and 50 Youths
• Indirect: 72000
Target Groups • Vulnerable youth, children and their parents
• Children who are involved in hazardous job
• Duty Bearers-
1. Primary duty bearers (i.e. government institutions and representatives, law enforcement officials, social workers):-
• Ward Councillor- elected representative- 02
• Zonal Executive Office 02
• Social Welfare and Slum improvement authority under Dhaka North City Corporation
• Elected member of the Parliament
• Dhaka City Corporation
• RAJUK
2. Secondary duty bearers (i.e. caregivers, teachers, gatekeepers, civil society):-
• Slum Development Committee
• CSOs at the local level (NGOs, CBOs, Journalist forum)
• Different alliance at national level of environment movement (BELA, BAPA)
• CSOs at the national level (Urban Cluster, INGO Consortium involved in school based DRR i.e. NARRI and DeSHARI
Strategic Partners • Urban Community Volunteers (UCV)
• School Disaster Management Committee (SDMC)
• Madrasa Disaster Management Committee (MDMC)
• Civil Society Organization (CSO)
• Community Based Organization (CBO)
• Housing Society Committee
• Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC)
• Department of Disaster Management (DDM)
• Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief (MoDMR)
• Bangladesh Fire Service and Civil Defense (BFSCD)
• Urban Development Directorate (UDD)
• Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (RAJUK)
• Housing Building Research Institute (HBRI)
• Ward Disaster Management Committee (WDMC)
• City Development Journalist Forum, Bangladesh (CDJFB)
• Media Network (TV, Newspaper and FM Radio)
Main Components/ Interventions of the Project • Capacity Building: The project adopt capacity building as means to address the significant gaps in knowledge and skills amongst the target groups and this is increasing their empowerment, participation in their own risk reduction and also their capacity to voice their concerns. Pursuing this strategy, vulnerable children and their communities are now informed and skilled and built confidence and capacity to tackle issues themselves, these knowledge and skill sets are remain with the targeted population even after the project period.
• Promoting inclusion, Gender equality and the building of self-esteem: Following a transparent and participatory process, the project will target the most vulnerable and excluded girls and boys to be direct beneficiaries of the activities being implemented. Throughout the project life cycle, vulnerable children will be empowered to become more active members for desired change, creating opportunities to build their self-esteem and engage with others.
• Linking and networking: the project will ensure stakeholders are empowered and engaged and better engaged with relevant authorities for a more sustainable exit strategy
• Implementing and learning: Plan is committed to ensure the capturing of project learning and sharing at wider level to inform national government policies and practices and other stakeholder who are engaged in similar kind of intervention
• Advocacy and campaign: Project will continuously mobilize vulnerable children in assistance from CSO so that vulnerable can raise their voice and duty bearer are mobilized to protect their rights
Project in briefTowards Disaster Resilient Dhaka City project is a 4-years long project funded by SIDA and implemented by Plan International Bangladesh through implementing partner Social and Economic Enhancement Programme (SEEP). The project is being implemented at Ward 2 & 5 of Dhaka North City Corporation from 2015. Objective of the project is to enhance disaster resilience of children and youth in two urban slums in Dhaka city through participation of duty bearers and CSOs in Child Centered Urban DRR (CCUDRR) process. Activities of this project have been segregated to achieve three key result areas of increase resilience of the most marginalized children by awareness rising at community level, sensitizing key stakeholders and duty bearers, and advocacy among CSOs and duty bearers.

Danida Strategic Partnership Agreement

Project TitleDanida Strategic Partnership Agreement- SPA
Overall GoalTo empower and improved their economic, social and political status deprived and adolescent’s youth aged above 15 to 24 years for obtaining decent employment with active support from strengthened CSOs.
Project Results/ Objective • Deprived adolescent and youth demonstrate employability skills by gaining employment
• Deprived adolescent and youth have improved capacity and opportunities for local duty bearers to address their needs & concerns
• Deprived adolescent and youth have improved capacity and opportunities for local duty bearers to address their needs & concerns
DurationJanuary 2018 - December 2021
Funded BySave the Children, Denmark.
Supported BySave the Children, Bangladesh
Geographical CoverageWard No: 2, 3 & 5 (Mirpur-11) under the Dhaka North City
BudgetBDT 86,56,573
Target Beneficiaries • 5,400 Youths
• Indirect Total Reaching 24000 peoples
Target Groups • Adolescents and Youths
• Drop out students
• Civil Society Organization (CSO)
• Parents
• Caregivers
Main Components/ Interventions of the Project • Capacity Building
• Trained by TVET on Industrial Garments Sewing and Electrical & Electronic Trades
• Trained up on CFLG and Resiliece
• Get apprenticeship in a factory or company
• Get a decent Job after training from 2 CLC and 1 VTC.
Project in briefDanida SPA – Danida Stratejic Partnership Agreement is a four years adolescents and deprived youths improvement and empowerment project of Save the Children Bangladesh funded Save the Children Denmark. At least 5,400 adolescents and youths will skilled by getting Employability Skills from CLC and will get 3 months vocational training at our own VTC. After completed VTC they get apprenticeship in Trade related factory or a company and then they get a decent job or self-employed. They could change their life standard and support their families by monthly income. Adolescents and youths trained up on Youths Resilience (10 weeks) and CFLG. Their caregivers also trained up on Youths Resilience (4weeks).It hopes to reach of people twenty four thousand (24,000) indirect beneficiaries through its activities with the support in the urban area of ward no : 2,3 & 5 of Dhaka North City Corporation. Its overall purpose is to increase capacity and resilience of urban slum communities of ward no 2, 3 & 5 of Dhaka north City Corporation to know how to build own self for getting a decent job or self-employed.

The project’s main interventions target caregivers and youths in particular, ensuring their participation in Child Friendly with Local Governance – CFLG and Together with Children - TWC. To sustain the effort, Danida SPA project will act to build a strong network and liaison with Local government, certain Employers.

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Reaching Out of School Children

Project TitleReaching Out of School Children(ROSC-II) Project
Urban Slum Children Education Program(USCE) Program.
Overall GoalThe overall objective of the ROSC-II project is to reduce the number of Out of school Children through equitable, retention and completion in quality primary education in selected under-served areas
Project Results/ Objective i. Supporting students and learning centers with education allowance and grants to ensure access, participation and completion of primary education.
ii. Building private –public partnership for more effective management of learning centers (LCs) to deliver quality primary education.
iii. Enhancing women’s empowerment to enable them to participate in the decision making process as regards to LC establishment and management
iv. Establishing and strengthening the capacity of structures and mechanism for local level planning, management and monitoring of primary education delivered by the ROSC project with the participation of the wider community.
v. Introducing intensive teacher training for the professional development of teachers for improved Teaching and learning skills.
DurationMarch 2017 – December 2020
Funded ByPeople’s Republic of Bangladesh
Supported ByDirectorate of Primary Education(DPE)
Geographical CoverageDhaka, Gazipur and Narayongonj under SEEP
BudgetBDT 8,99,05,278(yearly)
Target Beneficiaries • Direct: 7936
• Indirect: 8760
Target Groups • Urban Slum Children
• Parents and Guardians of direct beneficiaries
• Urban Community people
• Compound Management Committee
Strategic Partners • ROSC Unit
• Compound Management Committee
• Implementing agency
• MIS Cell
• Sonali Bank
• Government Primary school
• Thana Education office
• District Primary Education Office
• Slum Development Officer
• Local Government
Main Components/ Interventions of the Project • Community Mobilization
• School Compound establishment and operating
• Teachers Training
• Coordination with stakeholders
Project in briefThe Ministry of Primary and Mass Education is working towards that end. There are 63,601 Government Primary Schools providing free primary education, there are several mass literacy programs. ROSC Phase - 2 (Reaching Out of School Children) is an endeavor of the Government undertaken in 2013 to provide a second chance to education for the disadvantaged children aged 8-14 years who never had the chance to enroll in the primary schools or who had to drop out for reasons of other necessities. The idea is to reduce the number of drop outs by creating scopes for (i) equitable access to primary education (ii) retention and (iii) completion of quality primary education.

Despite the remarkable progress of economic growth and social transformation as well as educational opportunities at the primary and secondary levels many school-aged children are still left out of school, particularly those from poor households and under-served areas. To address these underserved areas, poor house hold and disadvantaged groups, ROSC II is scaling up Urban Slum Children’s Education program. 50,000 new learners are being targeted from the urban slums of all the city corporation areas of the country.

The Urban Slum Children’s Education Program scale up activities will be implemented by qualified NGOs who will act as Implementing Agencies (IAs). 10 NGOs have been finally selected on the basis of their competencies, presence in the field, capacity and other agreed qualifications. IAs will deliver formal primary curriculum for grade 1-5 through non formal approach adopting a three year accelerated education model to complete primary education. SEEP is implementing the program with 7936 students at 60 School Compounds under 35 wards in Dhaka North, Gazipur and Narayongonj City Corporation. The program is implemented by 219 staffs.