Sabalamby Unnayan Samity (SUS)

Shibgonj Road, Netrakona, Bangladesh

About us

SUS is a regional non-governmental organization which has been providing socio-economical and cultural activities among 1.8 million poor and deprived people of 18 upazila under Netrakona, Sunamgonj, Mymensingh and Jamalpur districts through a rights based, integrated and participatory approach with a view to achieve the dream ‘People live in a society with dignity and justice’ by eradicating poverty and injustice. Since inception in 1986, SUS has been trying to stand beside the poor and deprived people especially women, adolescents and children of the society by running diversified and demand based activities with a view to raise awareness and build capacity of ultra poor and poor; involve and keep the drop out and backward children into mainstream education; provide quality health services and ensure safe motherhood; ensure safe drinking water and improve nutrition & sanitation situation; rehabilitate the persons with disabilities in the society; practice organic and sustainable agriculture; capacitate the people to cope with natural disasters; promote gender equality and women empowerment; ensure food security and sustainable livelihood for tribal (adibasi) and ethnic minorities; render legal services for the victims; assist poor and backward people to establish their rights; make bridge with government and non-government institutions through networking and advocacy. The head office of SUS is situated at north-eastern part of Netrakona district town and 160 km. apart from Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh.

Story of Change

Khadija Akter- A Self-Confident Volunteer

Sabalamby Unnayan Samily (SUS) has
been working for establishing women
rights in its working area especially to
bring the change in

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Khurshida- A Women of Self-reliant

Sabalamby Unnayan Samily (SUS) has
been working for establishing women
rights in its working area especially to
bring the change in

Read More →

Security and Rights of Women and Girls (SRWG)

Sabalamby Unnayan Samily (SUS) has
been working for establishing women
rights in its working area especially to
bring the change in

Read More →

Latest News and Event

Event

Food package distribution among the flood affected families

Today, on 24 September 2022, a Food Package (Each family: 40 kg rice & 4 kg lentil-Mushur dal) has been distributed among 165 flood affected …

Event

Cheque of PKSF-Education Scholarship 2022

On 22 August 2022, on the occasion of 47th Death Anniversary of the Great Architect of the Independence and Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh …

Event

Khadija Akter- A Self-Confident Volunteer

Sabalamby Unnayan Samily (SUS) has
been working for establishing women
rights in its working area especially to
bring the change in

At A Glance