OUR PROJECTS

PLDS Medical care

ICT in health services can reduce the primary gap in health related needs that exist in our daily life. In this context, functional quality of health information, affordable cost and availability of services, communication infrastructure, and easy to use information can play a predominant role in developing health services in rural areas. Mission & Objectives…

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PLDS Child Project

PLDS organization took initiative to establish a center under the project name PLDS Child Project. The project will provide care, support and education for unprivileged children and try to make a chance and acceptance for these children in the society.

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PLDS Relief Program

At PLDS, we regularly monitor the situation in remote areas in Bangladesh. In recent past, we have distributed relief packages in different districts. Our relief packages include food items like rice, potato, drinking water, oral hydration saline & water purification tablets.

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PLDS Water Aid

PLDS successfully installed 100 deep tube wells in remote areas of 5 districts in Bangladesh. Each of these tube wells brings water aquifers from an approximate of one thousand feet deep under-ground. The water is thus pure and safe for drinking, cooking, washing and for other domestic use. Each tube well produces on average 150-200…

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PLDS Livelihood Program

PLDS has distributed 115 cows and 50 goats to the destitute poor in three different precincts of three districts of Bangladesh under a flagship programs. The recipient families of these livestock will, over time, reap sustainable benefits from rearing these animals.

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PLDS Computer Program

PLDS is working to improve the Human Capital Development sector of Bangladesh through computer training. We have introduced very low budget computer courses for unprivileged youth. Our goal is to prepare students with computer skills for seeking better jobs at the local market

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