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School of Hope: An abode of Love and Care

School of Hope, charity school, helps the destitute children of marginal income families to achieve the goal of providing free Primary Education keeping the thread of community development.

School of Hope at a Glance
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Over View of SoH
Helping the students in acadimacally, morally and socially building a discrimination free society in gender, colour and creed is the goal of School of Hope

Primary Education Program

A One Taka Charity School provides 250 destitute students a quality education.

Literacy Program

Dropped out working Children are sought to be learned with the main stream students.

Scholarship Program

With the help of Primary Donor high students are given chance for further education up to SSC.

Moral & Cultural Development

For proper flourishment SoH believes in moral and cultural activities beside the bookish knowledge.

Community Development

Beside education some community services are also done to the students of SoH.

Gallery of SOH

Donors and Friends of School of Hope

Student Life and Activities

Puts emphasizes on the goal to impart quality education to the real needy 250 kids with per day One Taka and yearly 300 BDT fees.

Focuses on gender equity in both cases of students and teachers 50%, ratio of teachers and learners 1:25 in classes, following the state curriculum, under DPE, Education Ministry of Bangladesh.

Helps to grow up a good future citizen morally and skillfully according to social context.

Students Reviews: Success Stories

I am Sathy Chowdhury comes of a poor family and lost father during my childhood. In 1199 I got admitted into School of Hope, completing V in 2003 and I continued to X in local high school. Later I got admitted into Nursing institute in Mirzapur. At present I am working as a senior nurse in a local hospital of Gazipur and run a poultry farm, married and having kids. I am really grateful to School of Hope to stand by me during my hardship days with love and care.
Sathy Chowdhury
In poverty it was very tough to continue study but from SoH and Lindex Scholarship I am Debasish Roy ran my study from 1998 to 2007. Later studying in Diploma Engineering now working in an office as Manager. My two other brothers, Sagor Roy (2011), Konok Roy (2014) also studied here. It was far beyond of our dream to continue study where it was too tough to earn a square meal for my family. Thus SoH helped our poverty stricken family from behind of the screen avoiding so called publicity
Debasish Roy
My name is Ruhul Amin passed V in 2009, my father was a tea vendor on foot. Mother worked as domestic worker. Living in a slam with family in a room of 10x10 and going trhough very miserable condition, I continued my study from class VI to X from Solmaid High School receiving Lindex scholarship. In 2014 I passed SSC, got admitted in HSC. Doing a job I passed B.Com and now working in a multinational company as well as studying M.Com, helping the family to lead a decent life.
Ruhul Amin
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