Dak Diye Jai (DDJ)
Dak Diye Jai (DDJ) is a NGO established on 10th December 1982 in Indurkani Upazila of Pirojpur district. DDJ started its activities initially through conscious raising program in the Upazila. To improve the quality of life of the left behind, underprivileged, marginal, landless and poor people of the area, the organisation initiated self-employment programs through group formation, encouraging savings and income generation activities. At the same time, motivational activities were started with health education and use of safe drinking water and sanitary latrines through community approach. At present DDJ is implementing different project/program(s) on the issues of livelihood development, environment & climate change, health, education, youth and elderly people, governance etc. DDJ was awarded National Prize and Certificate by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare as the best NGO for consecutive two times in Barisal Division for the services to Mother, Child Health and Family Planning Project for the years of 1998-1999 and 1999-2000.
Organisational Focal Person for the Citizen’s Platform
Uzzal Kumar Datta
Communication Focal Person for the Citizen’s Platform
Md. Hasan Sarwar
House No. 1, Bypass Road, Masimpur, Upazila: Pirojpur Sadar, Dist.: Pirojpur-8500, Bangladesh
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PARTNER’S RESPONSE ON COVID-19
Dak Diye Jai (DDJ)’s Interventions in response of COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic is threatening lives and livelihoods across the world. In just four months, about 2 million people in 185 countries have fallen sick from the viral illness, while at least 1 lac people have died. Bangladesh also has become a victim of this outbreak of corona virus.