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Contribution of NGOs in education of Bangladesh

Forth five year plan inspired NGOs to work for eructation. When Bangladesh government is unable to spread the light of Education in the remote place, NGOs have extended their work discuses NGOs intervention in education. He shows that since liberation war NGOs are working to literate the illiterate people. Such as BRAC, PROSHIKA, KARITAS BANGLADESH,CARE, WORLD VISIONN have nonformal education, vocational-technical education program.Again BRAC has pre-school, community school, education program for adults, and high studies institution. PROSHIKA arranges adult literacy programme for 16-25 ages people and later a text curriculum programme for 8-11 years old children’s who are deprived of formal education . Aparajeyo Bangladesh is a children right institution. They have informal education for the children of slum, worker children, the children whose are victim. Computer and vocational training are also arranged by them. Through educated people karitas Bangladesh want to ensure the real development of society. In the list of formal education they have teachers training, language course, ethical learning for the back-word people. They also arrange informal education such as vocational training & life oriented education for slum children. Since2000CARE BANGLADESH is working for the children of poor families, education and training for adults. World vision arrange stiphen to bear the education exprenses for the poor students .

Steps towards development in their magazine New steps mentions about Millennium Development Goals programme, Bangladesh has set the MDGs in the perspective of economic growth, poverty reduction and social development. To do this work properly education is important. MDG emphasis on achieving universal primary educational and promoting gender equality in school education. Bangladesh is working to meet the target of universal primary education. At present net primary enrollment ration ratio at 90%. Meanwhile the gender gap in education , especially in primary education is narrowing down at an impressive pace 98% for girls decreased. But at the teritory level of education girls enrolment is only 38% and hence the gender disparity is much wider .