Bangaleer Patshala

Bangaleer Patshala is an educational based institution – school of leadership.  This school has no campus like traditional school , it is a floating and moving school.  Our target students are refugee children and homeless street children that’s why we teach them on street. We have a strong volunteer team . All we are Youth Social worker and collecting  subscriptions from our team members monthly to conduct this school since 2015.

Bangaleer Patshala is not a NGO This is a concept and you can translate it as a “ School of Leadership “ Basically it will operate in the concept of Social Business which was invented by Dr Muhammad Yunus a noble laureate and initiated by Nayan Bangalee. Philosophically, social business is based on what Yunus identifies as the two basic motives of human beings, selfishness and selflessness. Selfishly, people do seek profit through business; however, social business is also based on the latter motive people by performing philanthropic services, like establishing education institute , food bank , IT hub, street children project. it is self-sustainable. Furthermore, unlike a non-profit, where funds are spent only once on the field, funds in a social business are invested to increase and improve the business’ operations on the field and Bangaleer Patshala will make profit for not their board members but only for those children. As Dr Younus emphasize on Social Business and at the same time Nayan Bangalee tried to explain more about the leadership who will lead this movement and he wants to involve more social worker by establishing their leadership. You can treat this organization as a platform of School of Leadership.
 

We want to introduce Foster Parenting system like USA In Bangladesh we have lots of orphans house but our research shows that those children are not properly developed and it is very rare to find any successful story to show any example. Generally solvent people are staying in the town but lots of homeless children are moving around in the villages and growing in miserable way . One potential family can take a responsibility of one distressed children. We are planning to educate those parents who’s are interested to adapt a child or want to take responsibility of guardianship for a while . Our teams are getting good ideas and knowledge from USA about this concept which is totally new . Rohingya children are most vulnerable group now Providing for the needs of the child While a child is placed in your home, you will need to ensure that his emotional, medical, dental, and educational needs are being met. Children in foster care are removed from their families due to an abusive or neglectful situation and may require treatment to help them through past trauma and losses. It’s up to you to work with the child’s caseworker to connect children with therapy and the other services and supports the child is entitled to receive. Requirements differ slightly among states, but foster parents are usually responsible for: Medical needs, including mental health. Most children who receive foster care payments from their states are automatically eligible for Medicaid. Educational needs. When a child or youth has to change schools it can create stress and set them back in their academic achievement. Some children have IEPs [individual education plans] and need special education services in their school setting. As the foster parent. you are often the one who is interacting with the school staff and need to keep the child’s caseworker up to date with their progress. Day-to-day needs, such as food, clothing, and school supplies. The state provides reimbursement to foster care parents using standard rates that reflect the child’s age and special needs. Each state sets its own rates for reimbursement. If you have questions about reimbursement rates in your state, contact your local foster care agency. Sleeping arrangements. Most children may share bedrooms. They must have a separate bed and children of the opposite sex can only share a room if they are under an age specified by the state (usually around 6 years old). Some children cannot share bedrooms because of behavior concerns. Other needs and special circumstances, such as going on vacation. Always check with the child’s caseworker first. Actively working with the child’s caseworker and supporting the child for continued contact with his family, including parents, siblings, and other members, whenever it is deemed safe and beneficial to the child.

Bangaleer Patshala is an educational based institution – school of leadership.  This school has no campus like traditional school , it is a floating and moving school.  Our target students are refugee children and homeless street children that’s why we teach them on street. We have a strong volunteer team . All we are Youth Social worker and collecting  subscriptions from our team members monthly to conduct this school since 2015.

Bangaleer Patshala is not a NGO This is a concept and you can translate it as a “ School of Leadership “ Basically it will operate in the concept of Social Business which was invented by Dr Muhammad Yunus a noble laureate and initiated by Nayan Bangalee. Philosophically, social business is based on what Yunus identifies as the two basic motives of human beings, selfishness and selflessness. Selfishly, people do seek profit through business; however, social business is also based on the latter motive people by performing philanthropic services, like establishing education institute , food bank , IT hub, street children project. it is self-sustainable. Furthermore, unlike a non-profit, where funds are spent only once on the field, funds in a social business are invested to increase and improve the business’ operations on the field and Bangaleer Patshala will make profit for not their board members but only for those children. As Dr Younus emphasize on Social Business and at the same time Nayan Bangalee tried to explain more about the leadership who will lead this movement and he wants to involve more social worker by establishing their leadership. You can treat this organization as a platform of School of Leadership.
 

We want to introduce Foster Parenting system like USA In Bangladesh we have lots of orphans house but our research shows that those children are not properly developed and it is very rare to find any successful story to show any example. Generally solvent people are staying in the town but lots of homeless children are moving around in the villages and growing in miserable way . One potential family can take a responsibility of one distressed children. We are planning to educate those parents who’s are interested to adapt a child or want to take responsibility of guardianship for a while . Our teams are getting good ideas and knowledge from USA about this concept which is totally new . Rohingya children are most vulnerable group now Providing for the needs of the child While a child is placed in your home, you will need to ensure that his emotional, medical, dental, and educational needs are being met. Children in foster care are removed from their families due to an abusive or neglectful situation and may require treatment to help them through past trauma and losses. It’s up to you to work with the child’s caseworker to connect children with therapy and the other services and supports the child is entitled to receive. Requirements differ slightly among states, but foster parents are usually responsible for: Medical needs, including mental health. Most children who receive foster care payments from their states are automatically eligible for Medicaid. Educational needs. When a child or youth has to change schools it can create stress and set them back in their academic achievement. Some children have IEPs [individual education plans] and need special education services in their school setting. As the foster parent. you are often the one who is interacting with the school staff and need to keep the child’s caseworker up to date with their progress. Day-to-day needs, such as food, clothing, and school supplies. The state provides reimbursement to foster care parents using standard rates that reflect the child’s age and special needs. Each state sets its own rates for reimbursement. If you have questions about reimbursement rates in your state, contact your local foster care agency. Sleeping arrangements. Most children may share bedrooms. They must have a separate bed and children of the opposite sex can only share a room if they are under an age specified by the state (usually around 6 years old). Some children cannot share bedrooms because of behavior concerns. Other needs and special circumstances, such as going on vacation. Always check with the child’s caseworker first. Actively working with the child’s caseworker and supporting the child for continued contact with his family, including parents, siblings, and other members, whenever it is deemed safe and beneficial to the child.

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Project workplace Bihari Camp
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Our efficiency

Fundraising

+25%

Management & general

50%

Program services

85%



What do we do
Education 85%
Awareness 70%
Report & Resources 55%
Health 20%
Better Aid 28%
Ideas & Impact 1.5%




 How we work

We have a strong volunteer team . All we are Youth Social worker and collecting subscriptions from our team members monthly to conduct this school since 2015.

 Our Work Principal

Our work principal Bangaleer Patshala One rich child will take responsibility of one poor child Refugee children are not our burden.

 Our Vision & Mission

To create a society - free of exploitation, discrimination and violence, to enable it to reach its ultimate socioeconomic potential. To bring about substantial improvement in the lives of disadvantaged people/children with special emphasis on their education and nourishment.