In Thakurgaon, au Bangladesh

Moimuna Nursing Institute


Moimuna Nursing Institute

Since 2009 when he created the Pollibir Unnayan Sangstha, a local development ONG, Dr. Saifullah Syed has been working to improve social and economic conditions of the people, particularly women, of his birth place, Thakurgaon in the North of Bangladesh.

Since then, this organisation created a sport centre, a hospital, a drinkable water plant and a health training center, the Moimuna Nursing Institute.

You can now act and contribute to the funding of scholarships of girls of the Thakurgaon area to be trained as nurses

Le Moimuna Nursing Institute operates a three-year training program that leads to a national ‘Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery’. This is a passeport for many young rural girls to exit poverty and contribute to cope with a growing national demand for quality health services. Rather than living in poverty or work in garment workshops (we are commemorating these days the horrible Rana Plaza disaster that occurred in 2013), these young women will have the opportunity to improve their livelihood and contribute to the well-being of their compatriots.

The Institute operates as non-profit and only on cost recovery basis. It only charges US $ 1500 for the three years ($500/year) diploma course.

In our current context, we cannot but insist on the importance of quality health services for a country like Bangladesh that lacks resources.

This is the opportunity for you to translate your interest in development - as you are regularly reading - into action :

Support the Moimuna Nursing Institute

by funding training fellowships

For your contributions:

  1. -online donation to ERUSMA Onlus (a partner Italian NGO) by Paypal or credit cards through the secure PayPal system 

  by clicking:

- by bank transfer to:

Euro Asian Centre for Policy Studies and Management, Rome, Italy
A/c No. (USD) 1610/09366469
IBAN: IT78D0306903356161009366469

Intesa Sanpaolo Bank, FAO Branch SWIFT: BCITITMM

Mention: Moimuna Nursing Institute - Scholarship Fund


Last update:    June 2020

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