A six year old girl, Manha (Ayat Ashrafa) is suffering from blood cancer and being treated in Calcutta. Her father Mr. Dewan, who was also a beneficiary of JIBIKA, passed away on account of bone cancer two months back. She is a student of Play Group at Deen Kindergarten International. Her roll number is 12. Manha receives treatment in Calcutta every three months and requires 100,000 taka in each visit. Her mother, a bereaved widow, is helpless and finding it really difficult to continue her treatment. Nevertheless, Manha has no uncle, grandfather or siblings to look after her. However the good news is that doctors in Calcutta is optimistic that Manha can get 99% cured if she can continue the treatment for next 10 cycles which will cost her 10 lacs taka. JIBIKA urges to kind people especially young parents to come forward and help this mother to save/cure her child, who is her only means to live. To contribute any amount please consider either of the following
JIBIKA wants to treat 30 street children in a restaurant/cafe/fast-food shop to gift them a splendid moment and perhaps a lifetime experience. We want to bear all the expenses of their food and if budget allows buy them some grocery to take back home.
We will randomly select poor street children and feed them quality meal at a luxurious food shop in different areas of the city with similar budget range. A small gift hamper including rice and pulses for them to take back home will be provided too.
Estimated budget would look like:
Total Cost for Entire Event: 70,000 taka. If you think this is an event worth sponsoring, then please sponsor a child for only BDT 1400 USD 17.
You cannot change the world by sponsoring One child, but you may well change the world of One Child.
You can sponsor as many children as you want. We will stop collecting money once the total amount has been raised. If money saved, we will increase number of children.
Note: Our team / volunteers will bear their own food expense from their own pocket.
Ariful, a 11-year old boy who reads in class 5 in a Govt. primary school in Sherpur, Mymensingh has been diagnosed to have blockade in renal/kidney system. He requires immediate surgery as per the advice of Urology Professor Golam Mowla from Ibn Sina. An estimated fund of BDT 60-70k needed for surgery, hospital admission, medicine. His father is a poor rickshaw puller in Dhaka and has managed 10,000 only. JIBIKA wants to come forward with the help of kind people. We are looking after pathological tests and little more for now. But we need more money. Please come forward if possible. If you want to help, please donate here.
We treated him at Ibn Sina Hospital. It cost us around 103,000 taka to undergo the expenses of medicine, surgery and post operative dressings. He is well now and leading a normal life. Thanks to all those who contributed to his recovery.
JIBIKA aims to establish Health Centers in remote villages of Bangladesh where healthcare is absent or difficult to access. The center initially will have a doctor sitting once a week and giving treatment for free or subsidized cost depending on the nature of medication. We shall seek some donations to accumulate a seed fund to bear the expenses of the doctors and basic medicine for infants and children. Donation line is LIVE in our website.
Azizul Haque is a 65 year old poor guy with 2 daughters and a son, from Faridpur district. Due to his illness he has a taken loan of BDT 30,000 from local merchants at 10% interest rate with no fixed term. Now to repay this he needs to pay 250 taka daily through rickshaw pulling. He has paid more than 15000 taka but his principal amount remains same. This will go on and he will hardly be able to pay the principal as the profit is 100 taka per thousand evert month. No matter how much he pays, it goes in the profit/interest amount and the principal remains same. He needs to get rid of this and start a small business to survive better.
JIBIKA has estimated an amount of BDT 55,000 to accomplish the mission. This will clear-up his dues in next 4 months and also enable him to start fresh with a vendor business.
We have paid of all his dues. Now we need 10,000 taka to arrange him a sustainable living. He wants to buy a rickshaw and give it for rent. This way he will earn 3000 taka a month. And he will earn something by himself. When he has a moderate amount of money saved, he may move to his village and start a business there. To help him, please DONATE HERE
We donated further 7500 taka and he bought a rickshaw with his equity of 2000 with it. He is happy now and living a better life.