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ISDCM Contracts & Donors:

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Project Name and Area
Donor & Agreement No
Duration
Approved Budget (Tk)
1
Conducted Survey on Socio-Economic Condition of Children working in the Sea food Industries in Khulna, Sathkhira, Bagherhat, Chittagong and Cox’s Bazar disitricts of Bangladesh.
International Labour Organization (ILO)
Project Code:
A: 270.10.359.083

March 1999 to May 1999
493,100.00
2
Conducted Base Line Survey of 3 villages of Noakhali, Feni and Lakshmipur of DUS-Bangla ECO-Village Project under income generation activities financed by DANIDA
DUS – BANGLADESH
Date 19 Sept. 1999
Sept.1999 to Feb. 2000
127,000.00
3
UNICEF – Rotary International H2O Project BD
No. UNICEF/NGO/2000/10
January 2000 to July 2000
5,814,500.00
4
UNICEF/NGO/2000/10
Dec. 2000 to Dec. 2001
8,069,070.00
5
Implemented Community Based Safe Water Supply and Arsenic Mitigation Project in Homna Upazila of Comilla district to determine the extent of arsenic contamination in tube well water, mobilization of Community/Govt. development workers and people’s representatives and awareness creation through training, orientation, identification of arsenicosis patients and acceptance of different water options. The project was funded by UNICEF with DPHE technical support.
UNICEF/NGO/2001/004
June 2001 to May 2002
3,811,610.00
6
Implemented Community Based Safe Water Supply and Arsenic Mitigation Project in Bancharmpur Upazila of Brahmanbaria district to determine the extent of arsenic contamination in tube well water, mobilization of Community/govt. development workers and peoples representatives and awareness creation through training, orientation, identification arsenicosis patients and acceptance of different water options. The project was funded by UNICEF with DPHE technical support.


UNICEF/NGO/2001/005

June 2001 to May 2002
3,671,140.00
7
Implemented Community Based Safe Water Supply and Arsenic Mitigation Project in Damurhuda Upazila of Chuadanga district to determine the extent of arsenic contamination in tube well water, mobilization of Community/govt. development workers and peoples representatives and awareness creation through training, orientation, identification of arsenicosis patients arsenicosis patients and acceptance of different water options. The project was funded by UNICEF with DPHE technical support.


UNICEF/NGO/2001/006

June 2001 to May 2002
3,149,844.00
8
Implemented Community Based Safe Water Supply and Arsenic Mitigation Project in Bashail Upazila of Tangail district to determine the extent of arsenic contamination in tube wells water, mobilization of Community/Govt. development workers and peoples representatives and awareness creation through training, orientation, identify arsenicosis patients. The project was supported by UNICEF/DPHE.
UNICEF Agreement
UNICEF/PCA/2002/04
June 2002 to December 2002
2,058,546.00
9
Implemented Community Based Safe Water Supply and Arsenic Mitigation Project in Homna Upazila of Comilla, Bancharampur Upazila of Brahmanbaria and Damurhuda Upazila Chuadanga districts. The project was funded by UNICEF with DPHE technical support.
UNICEF Agreement
UNICEF/PCA/2002/004
November 2002 to May 2003
5,814,500.00
10
Implemented Community Based Safe Water Supply and Arsenic Mitigation Project in Homna Upazila of Comilla, Bancharampur Upazila of Brahmanbaria and Damurhuda Upazila Chuadanga districts. The project was funded by UNICEF with DPHE technical support
UNICEF Agreement
UNICEF/PCA/2003/006
July 2003 to January 2004
9,095,331.00
11
Implemented Community Based Safe Water Supply and Arsenic Mitigation Project in Homna Upazila of Comilla, dstrict. The project was funded by UNICEF with DPHE technical support
UNICEF Agreement
UNICEF/PCA/2004/005
July 2004 to April 2005
3,759,771.00
12
Post implementation Follow up Project of Community Based Safe Water Supply and Arsenic Mitigation Project in Homna Upazila of Comilla, Damurhuda of Chuadanga and Sadar of Manikganj districts. The project was funded by UNICEF with DPHE technical support
UNICEF Agreement
UNICEF/PCA/2005/046
June 2005 to December 2005
3,898,542.00
13
Post Flood Rehabilitation Project of safe water options installed at Homna and Bancharampur Upazilas. The project duration was December 2004 to April 2005. The project was funded by UNICEF with DPHE technical support.
UNICEF Agreement
UNICEF/PCA/2004/005
(Amendment)
December 2004 to April 2005
7,57,338.00
14
Flood Emergency Response Project was undertaken by the consequence of 2004 devastating flood aiming to address flood preparedness activities to ensure safe water, safe sanitation, health education, community mobilization in 30 Upazilas of 5 districts(Jessor, Jhenaidah, Manikganj, Netrokona and Gaibandha). The project duration was 9 months and funded by UNICEF with DPHE technical support.
UNICEF Agreement
UNICEF/PCA/2005/046
(Addm#01)
August 2005 to March 2006
3,571,000.00
15 Village Piped Water Supply Action Research project implemented at Ujirpur village of Damurhuda Upazila of Chuadanga district. The project component was included an Iron Removal Plant (IRP of 400 SFT) to ensure arsenic, iron and manganese free water. UNICEF provided financial assistance and DPHE gave technical support. The project was owned and managed by the community.
UNICEF Agreement
UNICEF/PCA/2004/005
(Amendment)
November 2004 to Dec. 2005
3,005,275.00
16
OBAT Helper Inc, USA – ISDCM dated May 2006
May 2006 to April 2007
6,30,000


 

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