Terre des Hommes Foundation Italy সম্পর্কে
TDH Italia is an Italian non-governmental organization whose aim is to provide direct and immediate help to children in hardship. TDH Italia was founded in 1989 by a group of prominent entrepreneurs and lawyers sensitive to human rights. TDH Italia is registered with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs as a relief and development agency. TDH Italia is one of the ten members of the Terre des Hommes International Federation (TDHIF) whose shared mission is to active support children in need around the world, free from ethnic, religious, cultural, political or gender discrimination. Whilst independently managing their own projects, the member organisations work together to pursue common strategies established by the General Assembly and by the elected International Board. The International Secretariat in Geneva and the Brussels office play a coordinating role. The Terre des Hommes Federation is accredited by the United Nations Economic and Social Council, UNICEF, ILO, IOM and Council of Europe, with which it collaborates to improve international policies for the protection of minors. TDH Italia is present in 21 countries with 105 relief and development projects in the sectors of education, mother and child health, child protection, human rights promotion, water and sanitation, reconstruction and income generation activities. More than 2,4 million people, mostly children, benefit directly from these actions. TDH Italia has been working in Bangladesh with local partners since 1996 and registered with the NGO Affairs Bureau (NGOAB) in 2000. Its projects are mainly focused on adolescents’ empowerment and protection, safe migration and educational support for disadvantaged children and adolescents In North Bengal, TDH Italia is currently working in Ramna Union, under Chilmari Upazila, and Kurigram Municipality, under Kurigram district. Two primary level schools – Ramna and TC - are running under the Children Advancement Project (CAP), funded by TDH Italia where 700 children are provided with free primary education. Moreover, 437 adolescents are enrolled in local high schools and colleges.