ECHO was founded in 2002 with the firm belief that every country deserves improved
economic success. With that in mind, ECHO has expanded in the past 19 years to become
a charitable organization serving the underprivileged. Our goal is to bring aid and
assistance to the straitened countries of the world.
Through different programs including education, income-generating skills training,
healthcare services, improved sanitation, and support for small-scale entrepreneurial
activities, ECHO has dedicated itself toward serving the under-privileged.
Based in Bangladesh, Impact Initiative (IMI) is a humanitarian and development organization.
Established in 1995 and registered with the Social Welfare Ministry and NGO Affairs Bureau,
IMI is specialized in Youth Development programs such as Education, Skills Development, Livelihood,
WASH, Health and Emergency Response across the country. IMI strives to find practical and scalable
approaches to alleviate poverty. The organization has been working tirelessly to assist both
marginalized people who are overlooked by the society and mainstream development
initiatives. To learn more, visit Impact Initiative (IMI)
Located in Dhaka, Bangladesh, the Educational, Charitable and humanitarian Organization (ECHO),
Bangladesh, was established on 31st March 2011. The sister organization of ECHO-USA was formed
as a local partner to manage and operate the Orphanage in Ashulia, but over time, extended its
wings in various other areas. ECHO-BD is a charitable and educational institution and its goal
is to help the poor and needy, primarily in Bangladesh. It is a non-profit and non-political
Established in 1995, Association for Mass Advancement Network (AMAN) is a non-profit development
organization. AMAN strives for the socio-economic development and human rights establishment of
the poor, destitute section of the population irrespective of race, creed, caste, gender, religion,
ethnicity and nationality. AMAN wants to create a fair and just society where ordinary people will
get their dignity, rights, freedom, and well-being. AMAN has been actively involved in different
projects including implementation of Health, Education, Safe Water and Sanitation, Rehabilitation,
Humanitarian Response and Support, Disaster Management, Women Empowerment, Human Care, Climate
Change and Adaptation. AMAN has been implementing its development efforts in collaboration with
the government, NGOs, INGOs, LGs, CSOs, CSR fund, and community stakeholders. To learn more, visit
Association for Mass Advancement Network (AMAN)
Bangla-German Sampreeti (BGS) is a national, non-government, non-profit, inter-religious and voluntary
development organization initiated by a group of economists, writers, scientists, development practitioners
and social philanthropists. It came into existence as “Bangla-German Sampreeti” on December 20, 1990 and soon
was registered with the Directorate of Social Services and NGO Affairs Bureau in 1991 and 1992, respectively.
BGS started its journey of development initiatives with a large-scale emergency relief and rehabilitation program
for the affected families of historic cyclone that hit Cox's Bazar district on April 29, 1991. With efficient
planning BGS implemented socio-economic development programs for the poor and underprivileged communities in
Cox's Bazar district, and later on expanded its development activities into other districts of Bangladesh as well.