Program Highlights of Rupantar contributing to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG)

SDG Goal 01- To reduce poverty Rupantar has been supporting necessary grant support of 2200 households an average amount BDT 25000 cash IGA through livestock- 01 (cow, goat, sheep), livestock 02(poultry), tailoring, beautician, agriculture-AgroSolution, fisheries- fish cultivation, Skill Development Training, Small and Medium Business who are living extreme poverty level.

SDG Goal 03 As a part of ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages, Rupantar has made the District Action Plan with the government district administration of Khulna district to reduce the child marriage and to achieve the indicator 3.1 & 3.2 by reducing the maternal mortality rate and ensuring proper healthy well-being of the people.

SDG Goal 04 Rupantar ensures inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. We have 100 trained facilitators. We are the first pioneering NGO for school theater education with 20,000 children and 100 schools. Rupantar is the first NGO in pioneering the initiative to open distance learning (ODL) working aligned with government issues.

SDG Goal 05 Rupantar has provided support to around 2000 women leader to practice their rights and flourish the women political empowerment process.

SDG Goal 06Rupantar has provided 34,000 families water and sanitation support to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation in Dacope of Khulna district and Shyamnagar of Satkhira district. 700 community based organization (CBOs) were trained on small-scale water resource management.

SDG Goal 08 To promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all, an approximate  number of 150 vulnerable poverty-ridden community people were supported with Income Generating Activities training and further support in three districts.

SDG Goal 13 To achieve the goal 13 by taking urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts as part of climate change adaptation and bio-diversity conservation initiative, we provided awareness on adaptation to climate change and best practices for bio diversity conservation through action research to 300,000 people.

SDG Goal 16 To Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, to provide access to justice for all and build effective, ensuring accountable and inclusive institutions at all level, Rupantar intends to achieve all the 10 indicators mentioned in the Rio+20 outcome document. We have trained 10,000 elected local government officials, 15,000 community leaders and 500 local government bodies on service delivery, good governance and democracy respectively. We provided awareness to 325,000 people in 49 districts on human rights, violence against women and child. We also cover the important trafficking zones. We have initiated a consortium based activity called PEACE consortium to promote engagement and action to prevent violent extremism. Rupantar is also leading a coalition Stop Violence Coalition – SVC Secretariat for promoting social harmony