Education Research & Development Association
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About Education Research & Development Association
Education Research & Development Association was established in 2008 and registered with the date on 10th January 2012 Under Societies Act XXI of 1860, as a non-sectarian, non-political, not-for-profit humanitarian organization.
Since its establishment, Education Research & Development Association has been actively involved in the welfare of urban and rural population with a primary focus on women folks and minorities to empower them for their basic rights, social justice, and poverty alleviation as well as promoting and supporting local and existing community organizations /beneficiaries groups to manage development projects.
The recent natural/manmade disasters led Education Research & Development Association to not only focus on long terms development initiatives but also to cover the needs of people in distress during emergencies by providing them support.
“To develop a prosperous, peaceful and harmonious society by serving the communities”
“To facilitate and empower the communities to achieve their developmental goals, especially the marginalized and neglected population of the society”
The fundamental premise of ERADA is that women and men who are conventionally termed as poor have the economic and human capacity as well as the moral right to actively participate in the development process that affects them and to identify their own development priorities. Aims and goal of ERADA are;
- Child Protection
- Health, Sanitation, and WASH
- Women Empowerment & Gender Equality
- Legal rights & Ombudsman
- Social and Environmental Protection
- Sustainable Livelihood
- Youth development and Old age people benefits
- Capacity Development and Vocational Trainings