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About SHS INC
What Are We Doing?
“Rising Star”, a project of Silent Hands Support which works for the poor and helpless family of meritorious students in order to help them with ensuring education, accommodation, and a bright future.
Lack of access to safe water sources is one of the world’s largest health and environmental problems – particularly for the poorest in the world.
We think of shelter as a basic requirement of life but many people simply don’t have a roof over their heads or a safe place to live.
Food is the first and foremost demand of basic human needs. But in many countries of the world today people are dying without food.r
Poverty is a direct barrier to Education. Silent Hands Support Inc. is continuing to develop the education program to educate and sponsoring the child who in need.
With your help, we provide blankets and clothing to people experiencing cold, homelessness, helping them keep warm through the colder months.
In the wake of a disaster, whether of natural causes or man-made, it is essential that help and relief arrive as quickly as possible.
All about providing food and related assistance to face with hunger, either in emergency situations or to help with deeper, longer-term hunger alleviation and achieve food security.
Our Zakat policy is 100% according to the Islamic Principles.
QURBAN is one of the SHS’S significant projects among all. QURBAN is our primary humanitarian FOOD AID program.
Our Shelter Project aims to provide safe and secure housing for vulnerable families in Bangladesh, including those living in slums, homeless, or displaced by natural disasters. We build durable, comfortable homes that meet the specific needs of each family.
We believe that clean water is a fundamental right that everyone should have access to. To achieve this goal, we have established a large number of tube wells in areas where people previously relied on contaminated water sources. Silent Hands Support Inc.
Kind approach required. According to food and agriculture of the United Nations (FAO), close to 50% of Bangladesh’s population is primarily employed in agriculture, with more than 70% of its land dedicated to growing crops. But only 22% of the total GDP comes from this sector.
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