Committed to development through social transformation

Rupantar, meaning social transformation, is a non-government organization (NGO) that has been working in the field of development in Bangladesh since 1995. It is registered with the Social Welfare Department of the Government of Bangladesh and with the NGO Affairs Bureau. Over the last 20 years, it proved to be outstanding with strong footing in various developmental programs like democracy and governance, climate change adaptation, human rights, water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH), environment and disaster management, child protection and women’s empowerment in all over the country and also in abroad like, China, India, Sweden, Thailand and Lao PDR with development communication (cultural activities and theatre).

Rupantar believes in working with people without going for any direct service delivery: it believes that people if are aware of their problems and search for solutions with determination they can effectively do everything at their own initiative for their own betterment and development. It is committed to establishing democracy and good governance at the grass-roots level through peoples’ participation and promoting human rights including rights of women, children, persons with disabilities and other marginalized groups. It has built up considerable experience in the area of community mobilization and leadership, voice and accountability and local governance strengthening.

Rupantar believes that culture and sustainable development are closely connected and thus Rupantar uses cultural media for mass awareness for people’s development especially using Rupantar method of Pot song and Folk drama. The methodology of awareness campaign using cultural media and popular publication is known as “Rupantar Method of Development Communication”

Rupantar carries out its activities under a long term programmatic vision articulated in its strategic planning for the period of 2014-18.

Rupantar focuses all its initiatives under five programmatic areas as follows:

A. DEMOCRACY & POLITICAL EMPOWERMENT

B. PEACE & TOLERANCE

C. DISASTER MANAGEMENT & CCA

D. CHILDREN AND YOUTH RIGHTS

E. POPULAR MEDIA & FOLK THEATRE

Rupantar carry out its activities under a long term programmatic vision articulated in its strategic planning for the period of 2014-18. Under its four programmatic areas

With above mentioned programs Rupantar covers the whole of Bangladesh with greater emphasis to the districts of Khulna, Bagerhat, Satkhira, Lalmonirhat, Nilphamari, Jessore, Rangpur, Barisal, Pirojpur, Barguna, Patuakhali, Noakhali, Chittagong, Chapai-Nawabganj, Cox’s Bazar and Pabna.  Through development communication, the organization has the experience of covering whole of Bangladesh

Rupantar today stands as a unique development organization with special characteristics towards contributing in mainstream development process in Bangladesh. Rupantar is a leading regional organization, providing support and leadership too many local organizations. It has originated various networks and is an active member of others networks like: Election Working Group (EWG), We Can Campaign, Amar Odhiker Foundation (AOF), ATSEC, Child Protection Education and WaSH cluster members, NIRAPAD, Nadi Mela, International Rural Women Day observation national committee, Gender and Development alliance, National Alliance for Development Theatre, Asian Regional Theatre Education Network (ARTEN), Stop Violence Coalition (SVC).

Considering the learning and experiences of Stop Violence Coalitions (SVC), Rupantar facilitated to develop Promoting Engagement and Action for Countering Extremism (PEACE) Consortium and have started a long journey in two of the most vulnerable districts for radical-political violence: Satkhiraand Chapai-Nawabganj with the envision of a violence free society.

Rupantar’s projects and program are being supported by Bangladesh government organizations like Ministry of women & children affairs, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Information, Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Local Government Engineering Department (LGED), department of cooperative etc.; International donor agencies like SDC,USAID, UNICEF, UNDP, UNESCO, GIZ, IOM, Commonwealth of Learning (COL), British Council, Global Community Engagement and Resilience fund (GCRF); National, International NGOs like Manusher Jonno Foundation, The Asia Foundation, Oxfam GB, Save the Children, Plan Bangladesh, HAP International, Concern worldwide, Water Aid, Winrock International and BCAS.

HIGHLIGHTS OF ACHIEVEMENTS                                                                                 

Rupantar has trained about 10,000 elected local government officials and 15,000 community leaders of 500 local government bodies in service delivery and promotion of good governance and democracy.

  • In the Southwestern coastal zones of Bangladesh, Rupantar has supported 330,000 people from 60,000 households under post-disaster emergency response initiative. Over 5 million people have been provided with awareness education and training on disaster preparedness and mitigation.
  • Climate Change Adaptation and Bio-Diversity Conservation: Over 300,000 people in Southwestern Bangladesh have been provided with awareness and knowledge on adaptation to climate change and on the importance and best practices for bio-diversity conservation through action research. 700 community-based organizations (CBOs) have been trained on small-scale water resources management.
  • Education: Rupantar is the first NGO in South Asia to introduce Open Distance Learning - ODL (starting with governance issues) with support from the Commonwealth of Learning. 100 Facilitators have been trained. For the first time in Bangladesh, Rupantar also launched School Theatre Education. 20,000 children from 100 schools have been trained so far.
  • Rupantar has raised awareness on human rights, violence against women and child rights issues to 325,000 people in 49 districts including in the areas of trafficking-in-persons (TIP).
  • Rupantar is the pioneer in resuscitating the Pot song in Bangladesh in the year 1996 and the present form of the Pot song is the invention of Rupantar. Rupantar expanded Pot song to Europe and East Asia.

Resuscitation of Folk Culture Forms and Methods: Rupantar resuscitated more than 10 folk forms and developed them for use through which development messages are reached to over 1.5 million people annually through folk songs, Pot Songs, Gamvira, Theater performances, and other folk forms. Pot song is one of such resuscitated folk form that is being collected by Rupantar in 1996 from the southern part of Khulna near the Sundarban impact zone. This about to be extinct folk form is revived and used as a strong tool for mass awareness by Rupantar.

LEGAL STATUS (REGISTRATION DATE, REGISTRATION NUMBER AND REGISTRATION AUTHORITY):

Department of Social Welfare under 1961 Act

  1. Registration date         : 29.12.1992
  2. Registration Number    : 530/92
  3. Registration Authority  :Department of Social Welfare

NGO Affairs Bureau 1978 Act

  1. Registration date         : 10.07.1997
  2. Registration Number    : 1170/97
  3. Registration Authority  : NGO Affairs Bureau, Honorable Prime minister’s Office

VISION OF RUPANTAR:

 Rupantar envisions for a just-society, which fosters harmony with the larger community, culture and Nature.

MISSION OF RUPANTAR:

Rupantar is dedicated to unlocking human potential, empowering people, strengthening democratic practice, promoting cultural diversity and protecting the environment.

Specifically, Rupantar’s role is to:

  1. Establish democracy and governance through people’s participation
  2. Promote the rights of children, youth, women the differently able and marginalized people.
  3. Resuscitate, develop and foster folk cultural forms and methods to sensitize grassroots people.
  4. Build peoples’ capacity to cope with the impacts of climate change and natural disaster and to conserve natural bio-diversity.

VALUES AND CULTURE OF RUPANTAR

We will strive to practice the following values within Rupantar and to promote them outside of Rupantar:

  1. Recognition and respect for basic human rights
  2. Equal respect and value for all persons, irrespective of ethnicity, religion, colour, caste and class
  3. Promoting and practicing the values of democratic participation at all levels
  4. Respect for culture and tradition
  5. Promotion of equal, respectful and sensitive relationships between men and women
  6. Special care for children, old age and physically challenged persons
  7. Respect for nature and bio-diversity
  8. Practicing the values and not just the methodology, of “Participation”
  9. Downwards accountability and openness.

 

PRESENT ROGRAMS/PROJECTS OF RUPANTAR

 A.    DEMOCRACY & POLITICAL EMPOWERMENT

 

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  1. "Grassroots Women’s Leadership (Phase IV)” funded by Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) implemented in 32 Unions of 4 Upazila under Khulna and Bagerhat districts. This is a project dealing with socio-political empowerment of women through women organizational approach interacting with Local Government Institutions and local level citizens in enhancing governance at the grassroots level and ensuring people’s rights and privileges. The project also aims at women participation in Union Parishad activities as well as direct involvement as elected UP members. The women organizations take part in local level arbitration and support victims of all types of violence, at the local level and at the judiciary level through village courts or through support from legal aid committees.
  2. “Promoting Responsiveness and Civic Participation to Establish Urban Governance (PRCP-UG)” funded by Manusher Jonno Foundation (MJF) implemented in 31 City Wards of Khulna City Corporation and 9 Wards of Bagerhat Pouroshava. This project aims at citizens’ interaction and participation with the City Corporation and Pouroshava for better services and citizens’ benefits having ensured urban governance.
  3. “Justice for All-Khulna” supported by USAID’s Justice for All Program (JFA) implemented in 68 Unions of 9Upazilla of Khulna district aiming at activating and strengthening community legal aid committees. The project period from August 2013 to January 2017
  4. “Strengthening Civic Engagement in Elections and Political Processes for Enhanced Transparency and Democratic Accountability" funded by The Asia Foundation implemented in Khulna, Bagerhat and Satkhira districts with a view to create an enabling environment for participation and observations in election.
  5. “Strengthening the Integration of quality and Comprehensive health services into Government Health Care system for survivors of human trafficking and abuse in 6 Upazila of Jessore and Satkhira districts in Bangladesh “funded by International Organization for Migration (IOM) for implementation in 3Upazillas of Jessore District and 3 Upazila of Satkhira District aiming at Support to access quality health for trafficking victims in Jessore and Satkhira districts. The Project is continuing for the period of February 2015 to December 2016.  
  6. “Justice for All-Jessore” supported by USAID’s Justice for All Program (JFA) implemented in 91Unions of 8 Upazilas of Jessore district aiming at activating and strengthening community legal aid committees. The project period from 13 October 2015 to 12 April 2017
  7. "Stop Violence Coalition-SVC" supported by UNDP in 34 districts under Khulna, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Chittagong, Rangpur, Barisal, Sylhet and Dhaka division of Bangladesh. The objective of the SVC is to work for a Bangladesh in which political and communal violence never occur, in which citizens participate peacefully in their own governance and in continuously in every part of the country to prevent and counter violent extremism. The project period from 21 September 2016 to 31 December 2016.

B. PEACE & TOLERANCE

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  1. "Stop Violence Coalition-SVC" supported by UNDP in seven divisions: Khulna, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Chittagong, Rangpur, Barisal, Sylhet and Dhaka division of Bangladesh. The objective of the SVC is to work for a Bangladesh in which political and communal violence never occur, in which citizens participate peacefully in their own governance and in continuously in every part of the country to prevent and counter violent extremism. The project period from 21 September 2016 to 31 December 2016. Rupantar has led and is leading the coalition since 2014, the very inception of Stop Violence Coalition (SVC) From the very beginning of SVC, Rupantar is still playing the role of the Executive Member of the working Committee of SVC. The involvement of the Rupantar in advocacy and campaigning against extremism lies in the past and got expressed in outwards through this coalition. It is an ongoing effort to create more public space for discourse about the sensitive social and political issues of violence in Bangladesh political and communal relations.
  2. Promoting Engagement and Action for Countering Extremism (PEACE) Consortium: PEACE Consortium supported and supervised by Country Strategy Mechanism (CSM) under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) of the Peoples’ Republic of Bangladesh and supported by Global Community Engagement Resilience Fund (GCERF) envisions a violence free society of resilient community fostering peace and harmony. Rupantar has been granted as the first PR of Bangladesh starting the project period from 01 July, 2016 to 31 December, 2018. The Consortium aims to facilitate the processes that foster peace and social harmony by maintaining secular and syncretic culture where targeted communities autonomously perform to prevent as well as counter radicalization and recruitment for extremism. PEACE Consortium intends to contribute in building the resilient community through community intervention with strategic planning. The change agents will play their role in influencing community people while various activities under a number of initiatives will promote the age long tradition and golden history of solidarity, brotherhood, social harmony, secular and syncretic culture inside the mindset of the community people. The main targeted groups of population are the youth.

 

C. DISASTER MANAGEMENT & CCA

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  1. Peoples’ Initiative for conservation of the Sundarbans – Own Funding in the impact zone of the Sundarbans. The main objective of the project is to “Save Sundarban” for the ecological balancing and environmental development.
  1. “Transforming rural livelihood through WASH in Climate vulnerable area in south-west Bangladesh”- supported by WaterAid Bangladesh for implementation in Dacope Upazila of Khulna district aiming at WASH promotion in climate vulnerable areas. The project period is from April 2015 to March 2017.

Rupantar’s Disaster Management Cell also undertakes initiatives during any disaster situations for relief and rehabilitation assistance to the victims such as emergency support for food, shelter and rehabilitation to the cyclone victims affected by Cyclone Sidr and Cyclone Aila. In this respect a number of projects are in operation through donor support both in Sidr and Aila affected areas providing support to the victims for emergency rehabilitation and livelihood options, ensuring WaSH support as well as education support to the affected children in Aila affected areas. In this respect funding is provided by SDC, Oxfam-GB, UNICEF, WaterAid, UNDP and Save the Children International, GIZ, UNESCO etc.

D.   CHILDREN AND YOUTH RIGHTS

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  1. “Child Rights and Protection Project” is funded by Plan Bangladesh aiming at developing child organizations and CBOs to ensure their active role in development and ensuring rights of the children. The project is implemented in 6 Unions of Hatibandha Upazila of Lalmonirhat district for the period of July 2008 to June 2017.
  2. Establishing Child Sensitized Community in the Sundarban Region for Protection and Development of Children and Adolescents” is a UNICEF funded project being implemented in Dacope Upazila of Khulna district since July 2010 and will continue up to December 2016. The project has so far developed 18 Child Friendly Spaces and resource centers for the children in support of ensuring child rights and child education.
  3.  “Integrated Children Development Project” is another Plan Bangladesh funded project that aims at increasing awareness and practice amongst children, communities and institutions at all levels to take action towards reducing child marriage. The project implemented in 1 union of Hatibandha Upazila under Lalmonirhat district. The Project Period of 01st April 2013 to 31st March 2018.
  4. “Active Citizens Youth Leadership Training (ACTLT)” under Active Citizens Programme – funded by British Council- Dhaka. The project period is from 01June 2015 to 31March 2017. The project’s aims at Development of Youth Leadership as active Citizen.
  5. “Girls Advocacy Alliance” is another Plan Bangladesh funded project implemented in Khulna Sadar Thana of khulna City Corporation under Khulna district. The Project Period of 18th August 2016 to 31st December 2020.

 

E. POPULAR MEDIA & FOLK THEATRE

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  1. Small Scale Water Resource Development Sector Project” – funded by ABD/LGED in 61 out of 64 districts Bangladesh (3 Hill-tract districts are excluded). The project aims at motivating the project stakeholders in the formation of Water Users Cooperative Society in managing their own water bodies for the community benefits.
  2. “Building the Capacity of Community Radio Stations to Undertake Participatory Programme Development and communication using the community Learning programme” supported by UNESCO, New Delhi implementing 14 Community Radio Stations in Bangladesh. The project’s main focus is to train 42 Community Radio broadcaster from Bangladesh’s 14 CR stations to execute the community Learning programme (CLP) and to develop radio programmes on citizen’s rights and entitlements and access to information on issues of local governance using the CLP.

 Moreover, in respect of Community radio broadcasting, Rupantar along with other Community Radio operators have been provided capacity building with support from CEMCA (Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for South Asia) through training and workshops providing practical expertise and capacity for developing community radio programs and station management. The main sponsor of open distance learning through community radio, COL (Commonwealth of Learning) provides support to CEMCA.

  1. “Education, Information and Media Campaign for Shrimp project-2015” – funded by International Labour Office (ILO) implementing Shrimp Processing Industries of Khulna Region. The Project’s main focus is to organize campaign for awareness building among employees and workers on labor rights and responsibilities, working conditions and occupational safety and Health ( OSH) for the Shrimp Industries in Bangladesh.
  2. “Reducing Irregular Migration by Sea through Awareness Raising in Four Districts of Bangladesh”- funded by The International Organization for Migration (IOM) implementing Sirajgonj and Narayanganj district. The Project’s main focus is to increase community awareness in Key districts of irregular migration by sea. The Project period is from16 August 2016 to 14 December 2016

 

ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT

Rupantar’s Management is vested on the General Body of the organization comprising of 31 members who provide day to day working authority to an Executive Committee of 7members that is comprised of people from all sectors of profession. 

  • Role of General Body: Based on the Constitution they Nominate and select the Executive members for every Three years. Besides this they also approve varieties policies have been provided by them. Visit project area, Participate in Annual Staff Conference, Approval on annual budget, annual audit report and annual report. They attend all general meetings and Annual General meeting and approve all the activities, if deemed satisfactory for the organization.
  • Role of Executive Body:  Based on the Constitution Preparing Budget & plan, Nomination of sub Committees, fixation of Salary, Creating Varieties Salaried positions, Executives appointment, promotion etc. activities are conducted by the Executive Body. Moreover, they remain responsible for the effective management of all projects conducted by the organization. The Executive Committee holds meetings as and when required including any emergency meeting.  

Staff information:

Type of Staff

Total-498

Male-283

Female-215

Regular

498

283

215

Rupantar has 2000 Volunteers (38% female) for addressing different issues like emergency disaster, health, Wash and implementing different issue based campaign activity.

Resources and Other facilities available to support the program:

Rupantar is able to support its most implemented program through its resources, assets, human resources, skills and technical equipment. Rupantar has individual related following department with related professional skilled staff

  1. Rupantar Administration Department
  2. Rupantar Training Department
  3. Rupantar Finance Department
  4. Rupantar Logistic department
  5. Rupantar Monitoring and Evaluation Department
  6. Rupantar IT department
  7. Rupantar Audio Visual Department
  8. Rupantar Theatre Department

Above mentioned departments have skilled staff with different job responsibility as per organizational need. The departments have also developed its policy, which is dully approved by the management. The departments are also capable to perform their job as per policy independently.

Financial capacity of the Organization:

Financial capacity of the Organization: Rupantar has been handling funds for more than 19 years and in course of time has gained sufficient level of experience in handling project funds. The current budget provision for the 2016 is about 2.72 million US dollar.

 

Table: Financial Strength of Rupantar

Year

Total budget

Expenditure

Burn rate (%)

2008

320,000,000

321,387,101

100.43%

2009

240,000,000

238,120,704

99.22%

2010

240,000,000

219,497,209

91.46%

2011

230,000,000

286,921,620

124.74%

2012

200,000,000

254,455,235

127.22%

2013

200,000,000

157,421,645

78.71%

2014

200,000,000

140,327,026

70%

2015

200,000,000

139,932,692

70%

2016

210,000,000

Close on 31st December

 

 

At present Rupantar operates 22 bank accounts with different bank for smooth operation of all projects with separate accounts for each project and departments. 

Audit system and reporting:

Rupantar has two auditing system, Internal and External. The internal audit is conducted by three internal auditors with related professional skill. They directly report to the Executive Directors. They visit and prepare quarterly audit report for each and every project. The external audit is conducted by Rupantar’s Audit Committee headed by the Executive Director approved by the Executive Committee. Rupantar has enlistment of Audit firms who are the top ten (10) firms of the country and are affiliated internationally and NGO Affairs Bureau.  Copies of audit reports are sent accordingly to the Executive Committee, donors and NGO Affairs Bureau for their necessary use and action.

LIST OF POLICY/PROCEDURE DOCUMENT/MANUAL IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE

Name of the document/Manual

Purpose

Prepared/Last updated

Financial Policy

Financial Management Controlling system

Prepared in 2000

Update 01st July 2016

HR Policy

Controlling the organizations Human Resource Management system

Prepared in 2000

Update 01st July 2016

Admin Policy

Controlling the organizations Management system

Prepared in 2000

Update 01st July 2016

Internal Audit policy

Ensuring Internal Audit system

Updated in Jan 2011

Overhead Policy

Ascertaining the overhead cost for clear concept of expenditure

Prepared in Jan 2011

Update 27th Dec 2015

TA-DA Policy

Ensuring the Rupantar staff’s TA & DA

Prepared in 2002 last Update 27th Dec 2015

Conflict of Interest Handling Policy

For maintaining fair bidding procedure in recruitment and procurement.

Prepared on 15 Jan 2011

Cost Sharing Policy

For fare and justified charging in multi donor project.

Prepared on 15 Jan 2011

Gender Policy

Ensuring the Gender equality

Prepared in 2002

Update 27th Dec 2015

Child Protection Policy

Ensuring the child rights & protection activities

Prepared in Jan 2008

Information Discloser Policy

According to Information Rights Ordinance 2009

Prepared in Jan 2011

Volunteer Policy

Ensuring the opportunity & benefits of Rupantar volunteers

Prepared in Jan 2011

Rupantar Policy for Prohibition of Terrorism Financing

For efficient use of fund and avoid any terrorism transaction

Prepared in 15 Jan 2011

Sexual Protection Policy

Harmonies relationship between male and Female in the organization.

Prepared on 31stJan’14

Update 27th Dec 2015

Partnership Guideline Policy

Partnership, Consortium and Networking approach project implementation

Update 27th Dec 2015

Fraud and Risk Detection Policy

Project Fund Transparency and Accountability

Update 27th Dec 2015

 

GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE OF THE ORGANIZATION:

Division

District

Upazila

No. of Union

Democracy Political Empowerment and Social Accountability Program

Khulna

Khulna

Batiaghata, Dacope, Phultala, Rupsha, Dighalia, Terokhada, Dumuria, Paikgacha koira Upazila and Khulna City Corporation

68

Bagerhat

Bagerhat Sadar, Rumpal and Mongla

42 Unions and Bagerhat Municipality

Jessore

Abhoynagar, Bagherpara, Chowgacha, Jhikargacha, Keshabpur, Jessore sadar, Monirampur, Sarsha

91

Satkhira

Assassuni, Debhata, Kolaroa, Satkhira Sadar, Shyamnagar, Tala, Kaliganj

78

Chuadanga

Covering all districts

 

Jhenaidah

 

Kushtia

 

Magura

 

Meherpur

 

Narail

 

Dhaka

Dhaka

Covering all districts

 

Chittagong

Chittagong

Covering all districts

 

Noakhali

 

Cox’s Bazar

 

Brahmanbaria

 

Rajshahi

Rajshahi

Covering all districts

 

Pabna

 

Chapai-Nawabganj

Bholahat, Chapai-Nawabganj Sadar, Gomastapur, Nachole, Shibganj

45

Jaypurhat

Covering all districts

 

Naogaon

 

Bogra

 

Natore

 

Sirajganj

 

Barisal

Barisal

Covering all district

 

Rangpur

Nilphamari

Covering all district

 

Lalmonirhat

 

Panchagarh

 
 

Thakurgaon

Covering all district

 

Dinajpur

 

Rangpur

 

Kurrigram

 

Gaibandha

 

Sylhet

Sunamganj

Covering all district

 

Habiganj

 

Environment and Disaster Management Program

khulna

Khulna

Dacope, Koira

 

Satkhira

Assasuni

 

Popular Media and Theatre For Transformation

64 (All) Districts of Bangladesh

Children and Youth Rights

Khulna

Khulna

Dacope, Khulna City Corporation

 

Satkhira

Kaliganj, Shyamnagar, Assasuni

 

Rangpur

Lalmonirhat

Hatibandha

 

 

CONTACT PERSONS AND ADDRESSES:

Executive Director: Swapan Kumar Guha,  E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

ExecutiveDirector   : RafiqulIslamKhokan, E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Information Officer:   Md. Abdul Halim, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

HEAD OFFICE:

19, Akbarabad Estate, Shirish Nagar,Khulna-9100, Bangladesh

Phone: (041) 731876, Fax     : (041) 810747

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AREA OFFICE:

Batiaghata

RUPANTAR

Vill-Hetalbunia (Near Upazilla Parishad),Upazilla-Batiaghata,

District-Khulna

Dacope

RUPANTAR

M.M College Road, Achabua, Chalna, Dacope, Khulna

Mongla

RUPANTAR

Vill- Shehalabunia, Upazila-Mongla, District-Bagerhat

Bagerhat

RUPANTAR                                                     

Dashani,Bakultala, Bagerhat

Hatibandha

RUPANTAR

Auditorium Road, Hatibandha, Lalmonirhat

Jessore

RUPANTAR                                                                            

Ghope Central Road ( Bilane), Jessore

                                               

                                                                                                                               

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information updated November 27, 2016