Drawing on nearly 25 years of experience, ADAMS has been supporting and taking initiatives to improve livelihood of the disadvantaged rural and urban slum dwellers, women’s empowerment, reducing global warming, child education, health and nutrition, family hygiene, water and sanitation, renewable energy,, reducing child labor and the withdrawal of child labor from risk oriented job, encouraging school dropout youth and women to get skill training on suitable trade lines, like tailoring and sewing, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Block-batik, computer management, primary nursing, poultry rearing, kitchen gardening, fish culture, mason and nursery from ADAMS training Institutes in Khulna and Mollahat under Bagerhat district with free of cost and involve these families with “demand driven products” through providing microfinance support to the target group members to get rid of them from the cruse of unemployment and improving their living status in the society.
The website reveals the picture of the organization where the targets, achievement, drawbacks, challenges etc. are incorporated in form of data and some pungent description of activities. The actual scenario is not so easy – because of the planning and designing, indulged efforts, approaches, strategies and ground work for the achievement always stay behind the screen.
I express thanks to our development partner DLB-Germany for providing continuous support to carry out activities in Bangladesh as well as grateful to PKSF, IDCOL, Bangladesh Bank(Central Bank) and Win-rock International for their extending support. I give thanks to the group members and all well-wishers for extending cordial support and efforts to ADAMS to continue activities since inception. I give special thanks to my senior staffs for their cordial effort.