Social Development

SUS has been working for social changes in its working areas through different interventions. If the community is aware and exercises good practices which they have achieved from health and education-related initiatives of SUS, people of the community will be engaged in development works with more enthusiastic manner. Health, disability and social education cover a range of issues that how they affect individuals, human development and communications. SUS works to offer confidence to the people to make them informed and responsible. Thereafter, they could involve the whole community in the planning and development of the area of interaction. It also provides people with opportunities to query into social and expressive health and intelligence that can lead to a complete and balanced lifestyle. Different interventions are involved to enhance social development.

Thematic Objective

To create friendly environment for poor and marginalized people to get access into quality health, disability and education services.


Non-Formal Primary Education (NFPE)

SUS has been implementing NFPE since 1992 for deprived and dropped-out children. The total student completed their course: 21,258(Upto December 2021).

At present, Total School: 110 (Triton Textile Ltd-TTL funded: 100, SUS and Community Contributed School: 10), Total student: 3,289 (Boy: 1,443and Girl: 1,846). TTL School: 100 (Student: 2985, Boy: 1303, Girl: 1682),SUS and Community Contributed School: 10 (Student: 304, Boy: 140 and Girl: 164). 

Education Scholarship 

Every year, 6-7 students from secondary school level to university get scholarship through “Sabalamby Education Scholarship”. 

Sabalamby Hospital

SUS has been implementing the activities of “Sabalamby Hospital” since 2010 with a view to provide quality health services to the poor people especially children, adolescent and women. At present, Cap Anamur (German Emergency Doctors) is providing equipments support which will be continued upto 30 June 2019.

Services of SUS Hospital

  • Promotive (Community meeting,Courtyard meeting, School health programme, Day observation e.g.  World Health Day,National Immunization Day-NID, Safe Motherhood Day etc, Advocacy and counseling).
  • Preventive (Vaccination for new born baby, TT vaccine for pregnant mother and female (14-45 yrs), Autoclave and incineration, Personal hygiene, Safe drinking water and sanitation, Gardening).
  • Curative (Outdoor patients e.g. ANC care, post natal care, Child health care, general patients, Indoor patients: operative patients, EOC services (caesarean section), Normal delivery, Satellite clinics).
  • Rehabilitative (Cleft lip and palate operation, Clubfoot correction by ponseti method, Physiotherapy, Different assistive device promotion).
  • Capacity building (Training, Exchange visit, Weekly clinical session among the clinical staff, Monthly staff meeting).
  • Supportive (Laboratory facilities, Ultrasonogram facilities, ECG, Ambulance services, Pregnancy package).

Walk For Life (The National Clubfoot Program of Bangladesh)

SUS has been running the project with the assistance of The Glencoe Foundation, Australia and Health and Family Welfare Ministry, People’s Republic of Bangladesh since 12 April 2011. The expertise comes every Tuesday in a week.Since April 2011-December 2021: Total number of patient registered: 631, Total number of feet cast: 1246, Total number of patient undertaken tenotomy (Operation): 427 and Total number of patient on brace (Special Shoe): 556.

During January-December 2021: Total number of patient registered: 35, Total number of feet cast: 205, Total number of patient undertaken tenotomy (Operation): 32 and Total number of patient on brace (Special Shoe): 30.

Adolescent, Cultural and Sports Program

Sabalamby Unnayan Samity and Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation (PKSF) have been implementing Cultural and Sports Program in a collaborative manner with a view to establish a culture and sports friendly society and nation by incorporating best practices of human beings with economical development through healthy culture and sports practice as the part of diversified program of sustainable poverty alleviation.   

SUSis running different activities to spread traditional/own culture and sports; morality, purity and integrity practices through small and large scale arrangements at rural and urban areas for mental and physical formation and exposure of youth/adolescents especially bringing leadership, self-confidence, unity and punctuality among the adolescents and youth.