UDDIPAN, a national development organization of Bangladesh, has been regarded as one of the 10 largest development organizations in the country. It has country-wide development interventions aiming to promote and facilitate human rights, including child and youth rights and socio-economic upliftment of the people, with particular focus to marginalized, rights deprived, and poverty-stricken sections of the society. Its long and multi-tiered development experiences and commitment to people are the key strengths to achieve uniqueness in performances and make it a renowned development performer in Bangladesh.

UDDIPAN is also visibly involved in capacity enhancement, networking, advocacy and lobbying. They aim to establish a just society, accountability, transparency and good governance and bring meaningful changes in the livelihoods of the people and rightly utilizes the growth potentials of the country placing people in the centre of all development initiatives. UDDIPAN’s policies and strategies are dynamic and enriched through a learning process for over a period of 33 years to achieve human rights and nondiscrimination by responding to the needs, aspiration, and potential of the human being at large.

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