On 4 June 2022, It’s Humanity Foundation (IHF) celebrated its 12th year anniversary. To celebrate this milestone, the organization arranged a get-together event with all of their partners, stakeholders, former and current team members and well-wishers on the day at their head office situated in Mohakhali DOHS. All of the 8 schools for children from marginalized communities run by the organization also celebrated with cake cutting ceremonies with all the students and teachers. The organization is grateful to all of its supporters, partners, and well-wishers. These impactful years of reaching new horizons and changing lives would have never been possible without their support and encouragement.
The small get-together event was inaugurated by Md. Adnan Hossain, Founder and Chairman of IHF; who talked about the incredible journey over the past 12 years of the organization which was then followed by a presentation video about the impacts that IHF has made over the years. After the presentation, the team celebrated the occasion with a cake-cutting ceremony with all the guests. On this special occasion, IHF also launched a special magazine to celebrate their 12 years of changing lives. The joyous event concluded with snacks and networking among the guests.
Over the past 12 years, IHF has been working on its goal to make quality education accessible to children of marginalized communities no matter where they are and they wish to keep doing that in the years to come.
Note that, It’s Humanity Foundation (IHF) is a registered non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating poverty by providing quality education to the marginalized children of Bangladesh for free and thereby restructuring their future for the better. Currently, it operates in 8 schools around Bangladesh including schools for children with learning disabilities and a digital mobile school for street children providing free-of-cost education and healthcare to its students. With the aim to bring education to children from marginalized communities in every corner of Bangladesh, IHF is running schools in not only cities or villages but also in remote areas like the school Kolcondo char area where it’s the only school on the island for the children.
Since its inception in 2010, IHF has educated and provided free health care services to over 2000 children in Bangladesh. To create an environment where students can dare to dream of becoming anyone they want to be, IHF has designed inclusive and interactive curriculums for students of all classes and uses storytelling techniques to provide lessons. IHF’s Mental Health Program – Ankur ensures their well-being and regular nutritious meals are provided to the students through their Healthy Meal Program. Students are also encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities sports, debate competitions, science fairs, cultural days, etc.
In order to keep their students in schools and away from forced child labor, the organization is also providing employment opportunities to the mothers of these children through their livelihood project called ‘Protibha’ where they are provided with vocational training on stitching and crafting for free. The organization also has a youth-based platform called Center For Youth Development (CFYD), which aspires to help the youth with personal and professional development sessions, training, mentorship programs, etc. CFYD believes that nurturing the youth and their inner strengths is an investment for Bangladesh’s better and brighter future.
Through its programs, IHF works to create sustainable solutions for a better future.