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  • 21 EUR monthly support
    at a village school
  • 25 EUR monthly support
    at a boarding school
  • 29 EUR monthly support
    of an orphan
    at a school

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Help children without school education,
give them a chance for a better life.
Alleviate the effects
of poverty and suffering
of their families.

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What a snake charmer does?
How many villages are there?
How to say "I love you" in Bengali?
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News

2.2.2024

Love in a backpack brightens Christmas for children in Bangladesh

The Joy Bag brought Christmas joy to children in Bangladesh. Thanks to your generous donations, the children received Christmas gifts at the end of the year - child-friendly, sweet and practical. They were wrapped in a simple rucksack with the BanglaKids logo and slogan: Love from your sponsors. So what did the children receive in December?

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26.1.2024

Sending letters to children in Bangladesh

Children want to know who supports them. And what do you want to know about children? Until 15 February 2024, you can delight them not only with a few lines, but also with family photos. Rules and tips for writing letters can be found here. The easiest way to send letters to the children is electronically at jaroslava.vankova@adra.cz.

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19.1.2024

BanglaKids in 2023: Relief and Development

Life is not easy. The world is boiling in many places, but your love and solidarity are as constant as the movement of the stars in the clear night sky. You keep helping. You keep changing the lives of children in Bangladesh. Thank you. Thank you all.

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17.1.2024

What do orphans do on New Year's Eve?

The dawn of 1 January 2024 brought a special warmth to the cold and foggy campus of the Monosapara Academy of Science (MAS) boarding school. Despite the chill, the atmosphere was one of jubilation and enthusiasm. The entire school family came together to welcome the New Year with joy and hope. Even the orphans were present.

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23.11.2023

7th Nightingale Pledge & Capping Ceremony at BANC

Kaliakor, Gazipur, Bangladesh – On October 15, 2023, Bangladesh Adventist Nursing College (BANC) proudly hosted its 7th Nightingale Pledge & Capping Ceremony, a momentous occasion marking the transition of 81 nursing students into the next phase of their professional journey.

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1.11.2023

Jary, the New BanglaKids Coordinator

Jaroslava Vaňková is the new coordinator of the BanglaKids program and the mother of two unique daughters. She enjoys interacting with people, communicates exceptionally well, and embraces new challenges fearlessly. Having gained insights into the worlds of both mentally disadvantaged and unemployed individuals, she navigates critical moments with a cool head. She now brings her rich customer care experience to the humanitarian organization ADRA.

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19.10.2023

Monoshapara provides children with quality education

The Monosapara Boarding School has received a positive evaluation from the Adventist Accrediting Association (AAA). The AAA team, comprised of education experts, conducted a comprehensive assessment of the Monosapara boarding school in August 2023 to ensure that the institution meets the required educational standards.

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2.6.2023

Rice from own fields

In mid-May, students at SAMS Boarding School in Bangladesh's northwest region had the chance to improve their physical fitness while participating in the rice harvest on school grounds. Bangladesh's comprehensive education system emphasizes not only the development of mental and social skills but also the acquisition of practical agricultural knowledge. Students, teachers, and school staff actively took part in the harvest, undeterred by the rain.

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Stories of Joy

Simon's Mom: Journey of Love and Sacrifice

I am Simon Chowdhury, currently an eleventh-grade student at Kellogg Mookerjee Memorial School, specializing in the realm of Arts. I am preparing for my HSC board exam next year, and I invite you to join me on a journey through the chapters of my life—a journey filled with sacrifices, challenges, and a burning desire to complete my education and make my mother proud.

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Pinky: To Heal or To Make Money?

The 28-year-old Pinky remains a cheerful and unmistakable nurse with a bachelor's degree. She works in the pediatric department of a semi-state hospital in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka. The journey to this profession was not straightforward; her mother and the donor program BanglaKids played a crucial role.

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Julius: Time Management of a Future Entrepreneur

Twenty-two-year-old Julius Murmu has ambitious plans. He aspires to become a product manager and owner of a textile factory. In Bangladesh, he wants to establish a textile mill, aiming to uplift people from his region to a higher standard of living. Coming from a family of four siblings and modest means, Julius is currently in his second year of vocational school, studying textiles. But how did it all begin?

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Ranika: Education for All

Nurse Ranika Sangma comes from very humble origins in a village near the city of Sylhet in the northeastern corner of Bangladesh. In the village, there is only one school providing basic education for children up to the 5th grade. Beyond that, very few manage to pursue further education. There are no other schools nearby where children could continue their studies.

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What Grandma says is true!

Lúcia and Jónatas come from Portugal but they are globetrotters. They have already lived in France, Spain, England, Italy, the Czech Republic, Lebanon and are now heading to the Sao Tome and Principe archipelago. And it was in the Czech Republic that they learned about BanglaKids, started supporting a girl named Hushana, and even before the COVID-19 pandemic, they met her in Bangladesh. Jónatas is an English teacher, Lúcia is a media analyst.

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Tisha: a girl her mother wanted to bury alive

Tisha is a smiling, energetic, extremely talented 16-year-old girl. She speaks great English and sings beautifully. Originally she wanted to marry a Canadian, but now the favourite is Bangladeshi. Thanks to donors from the BanglaHope organization, she is going to India to study at the SAMS boarding school and wants to become a dentist. Her initially horror story has a happy sequel.

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Brave Mother Jamila: The (not) Collapsed World

"Mummy, are you dancing? Don't you have any work to do?" giggles son Himu, the youngest of three Jamila´s children. He cannot grasp, that his mother is cheerfully hopping in front of an old TV. However, when she was pregnant with him, she did not jump for joy. Her husband left her, her mother passed away, she was left alone without funds, pregnant with two small children. By the day, her whole World collapsed.

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