Shelter is a socially committed Non-Governmental Organization.
Shelter is a non-government, voluntary and social welfare organization, established in January 2000, aims to work for the advancement of the unprivileged people of Bangladesh. Shelter responses to people to enhance their quality of life regardless of race, gender, ethnicity class, location, religion, cultural diversity and social background. Shelter works with disadvantaged and unaware people struggling with poverty and diseases to bring about positive change in their quality of life and to empower them by enhancing their capacity through various programs. Its vision is of a poverty and hunger-free, healthy and enlightened nation, free from environmental degradation and all forms of social injustice regarding age, sex, religion or ethnicity in which people enjoy their rights to a life with dignity. Shelter does not impose solution, but work with communities over many years to strengthen their capacity to overcome their limitations. Our commitments are:
constantly search for new ways to make the greatest impact with our resources,
make the most of our skills and abilities by working at many levels – local, regional and national,
Work to create a condition in which people actively participate in the development process.
Shelter’s vision is a society in Bangladesh, which is economically productive and equitable, socially just, environmentally sound, and genuinely democratic and create social peace and harmony.
Shelter’s mission is to conduct and extensive, intensive, and participatory process of sustainable development through empowerment of the poor people.
Poverty free society