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Today: October 21, 2016
Shahida Needs Help to Raise Her 4 kids PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 09 January 2016 19:35

Shahida Begum, a middle aged women was identified in the city guarding her small children who were begging and selling balloons on the streets of Dhaka. Jibika found her eldest son, Shahin begging infront of a mosque in Dhanmondi after Jumma prayer on Friday. After detail discussion with him it was found that his father Harunur Rashid used to be a rickshaw puller who had become crippled after an accident and usually stays at home without much work. Shahida's eldest child is a 14 year old daughter who used to work in a supermarket but had been recently discharged due to lack of documentation/paperwork on birth registration. Shahida became a heart patient when she lost her 5 year old son in a busy market. Today they survive on the sales proceedings from the balloons on the streets. Shahida's youngest child is a daughter (Lucky) who is 17 months old only.

JIBIKA advocated with Shahida begum and it was agreed that she could start a roaming tea business which would include cigarettes, biscuits and battle leaves as well. This would increase their family earning and will help them survive with hope.

JIBIKA wants to donate for the cost of procurement of balloon for the son and also for the tea business for Shahida begum.

Total money required is as follows:

Balloon: BDT 500

Tea Business: BDT 5000 (flask, carrier, ciggertte, battle leaves, tea cups etc.)

Total donation amount 5500 (Eqv USD 67) only. Please come forward to donate any amount. You can donate online here.



Last Updated on Sunday, 24 April 2016 18:36
Md. Kamal seeks employment to recover from river erosion PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 26 October 2015 14:33

Md. Kamal, a 45 year old man from the District of Bhola seeks refuse to Jibika to rehabilitate him with sustainable employment. He has 2 sons and one daughter who lives back in home with their mother. He had agriculture land which was washed away due to river erosion. He came to Dhaka to look for employment and may end up with Rickshaw pulling which would cost him lots of physical hurdles and yet low income. JIBIKA plans to engage him as a coconut vendor. This would earn him 30,000 taka (USD 395 or dollar 13 a day) month at the least. We hope he can maintain his children education and family with this quite comfortably.  


An estimated amount of BDT 12000 or USD 158 is required to buy him a cart and 100 green coconuts to kick off the business.

Interested kind people are requested to come forward and donate any amount from your Zakat or Charity sources.

You can donate by VISA/Master card or by bKash HERE 

Last Updated on Monday, 26 October 2015 14:48
JIBIKA helps Jalal to regain his Entrepreneaurship PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 12 July 2015 12:21

Md. Jalal Uddin Sheikh is a 56 year old man who has been forced to migrate to Dhaka city to find some income source for his financial adversities. He comes from 2 Hossainpur Union, Polashbari Thana, Gainbandha district. He had taken some loan to meet up the medical expense of his wife who has been suffering from acute diseases like diabetes, gall bladder stone etc. He also had to suspend his grocery shop due to lack of fund to procure inventory. Being baffled, he came to Dhaka and started pulling rickshaw to maintain his family and repay the installments of the loan he took with high interest rates.

JIBIKA has identified him as a genuine and potential beneficiary in need of financial assistance that can rebuild his livelihood wheel. An amount of Taka 10,000 was given to him to restart his grocery shop so that he does not have pull rickshaw any more in Dhaka and he can slowly manage to repay his loan based  on the profit earned from his business.


Last Updated on Sunday, 12 July 2015 12:27
Help Ali Noor find an income source to bear his daughter’s education fees PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 19 July 2015 19:09

The 54 year old Md. Ali Noor works at Holy Side hotel in Sylhet town as a watchman. He earns only taka 4000 a month which is very minimal to sustain a family of his size in today’s economy. He has 2 daughters and a son. The eldest daughter is studying HSC but is facing hardship to pay off education fees. The younger daughter has been withdrawn from school. The son is only 6 years old and studying at school. Ali Noor comes from Jamalganj union, Sunamganj district. He wants to restart his old grocery shop which periled during his financial crisis.
Mr. Noor was employed in Saudi Arabia but due to racism and immigration issues, he was misbehaved by his employer and sent back. Upon returning in BD, he found that his brothers sold out his shop. He had no option but to accept the job of a security guard.
JIBIKA Foundation wants to stand beside him with the support of kind donors.An estimated amount of taka 50,000 (USD 700) is required to help this poor family find some hope to survive with dignity. 30000 taka has been arranged. 20000 left. Please come forward and donate on  Zakat or Charity purpose.

If you are willing to DONATE, you can do so ONLINE HERE*
For bank deposit or offline payment please contact me at +88 01713081054


*6.5% service fee charged by Payment Gateway.


Money has been handed over to Ali Noor. 


Last Updated on Monday, 26 October 2015 14:32
Help Shamima fight Cancer PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 23 January 2014 09:52

Mrs. Shamima, age 30 years, Father- Mr.Abdul Gani, Wife of  Mr. Abdus Sattar hailing from Vill- Elashpur, P/S- Tajpur, P.S.- Tajpur, Goalabazar, Sylhet. She was diagnosed as a case of Acute myeloid leukaemia FAB-AML M3 (Blood cancer). She was admitted at Cabin 14/B in department of Haematology, Dhaka Medical College &  Hospital on 04.10.2013 bearing registration no. 5589/19 and under Prof. M. A. khan. Her treatment is expensive and time consuming. She needs financial support for continuing her treatment.

We would like to draw your attention for your kind contribution to accomplish her treatment completely. Now she needs apprx. 15,000 taka to buy this medicine (Cap. Vasanoid-10mg, 3+0+3)-Continue.


For details please contact Dr. A.Y.Md. Nazim, (Assistant Register),Department of Haematology, Dhaka Medical College Hospital. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Update: 15,000 taka collected.  Case closed



Last Updated on Thursday, 10 April 2014 11:24
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