MESSAGE OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
TAHZINGDONG has implemented 11 projects relating to nutrition, livelihood, DRR, WASH, sexual and reproductive health and rights, environment and forest conservation, women and girls’ empowerment, climate change adaptation, aquaculture, gender-based violence and youth capacity building in the year of 2022 in consistent with its organizational vision, mission and core values of “enjoy and live in peace and harmony, and free from poverty and injustice”. TAHZINGDONG is committed to empowering the most disadvantaged local communities through improving the livelihoods of the local population.
TAHZINGDONG always strives to bring about the lives of the “left behind” communities so that they can live with dignity, integrity and self-respect. The organization always implements its projects in collaboration with all concerned stakeholders and government line departments throughout the implementation of all projects. It maintains very good coordination and build good relationships with all the partners, donors and concerned government line departments in order to carry out all the projects. Helen Keller International, UNDP, WorldFish, CARITAS, CRS, BRAC, BNPS, Arannayk Foundation, US Forest Service, USAID, Simavi, Global Affairs of Canada, European Union and Bangladesh Government were the key partners and donors of TAHZINGDONG in 2022.
TAHZINGDONG always receives generous supports from all the donors, partners, Ministry of CHT Affairs, Regional Council, Bandarban Hill District Council, Deputy Commission, Upazila Parishad, Union Parishad and relevant government departments in every sphere of the program implementation. In addition, I must acknowledge that all the colleagues of the organization have put their best efforts to achieve respective projects activities in accordance with the implementation plan. I, therefore, would like to express my heartfelt thanks and gratitude to all colleagues, friends, concerned donors, partners and government line departments.
I hope and believe that our collective efforts can make a positive change in the lives of the most disadvantaged communities of the district by involving them in an inclusive and participatory approach of decision making and implementation.
I look forward to implementing many more works with all the donors, partners, local representatives and concerned government departments for advancing towards the SGDs- 2030 and beyond in the futures.
Ching Shing Prue