Introduction of MASTUL
MASTUL Foundation is welfare, non-profit, voluntary, non-governmental, research-based, and social development organization for the service of distressed humanity. From the very establishment of this foundation, it’s working on education, health service, entertainment for underprivileged children.
MASTUL always try to create a better future for underprivileged children.
It had run a temporary school at Dhanmondi Lake to provide basic literature and ethical knowledge towards the underprivileged children and by the year of 2016 MASTUL started to provide support towards schools with more than 350 children getting scholarship help every year.
It was established in the year 2013 with a view to providing help towards the underprivileged people by utilizing the youths of Bangladesh. Till the year 2017, MASTUL has helped people in a lot of scenarios, some example is: providing relief towards the flood-affected people, donating winter clothes and blanket to the poor people, tree plantation and promotion of green, running free health camp and many more.
Mission and Vision
MASTUL mission is to ensure that every child has their rights fulfilled. Through providing children support to their rights for education, health, pure water, hygiene, entertainment, emotional protection, economic aid, and safety from the injustice of society, we are fostering/upholding them to a better future.
MASTUL’s vision: A happy, healthy and creative child whom rights are protected and honored in a society that is built on respect for dignity, justice, and equity for all.
The returns of our long-term commitment to investing in communities are now evident in the MASTUL Foundation’s network of educated young women. Once among the most excluded, they are professionals, social entrepreneurs, and leaders, transforming prospects for the younger generation.
We are accountable to all of our stakeholders in our communication, finances, performance measures, and results and strive for effectiveness, sustainability, and efficiency in everything we do. We adhere to recognized international standards.
We respect child rights and human rights and we believe in everyone’s innate and inalienable dignity as human beings regardless of age, gender, race, color, ethnicity, religion, class, nationality, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation or disability.
We strive for continuous learning and improvement. We listen to new ideas and encourage entrepreneurial activities, innovation, creativity, and change.
We build strong, but apolitical, partnerships with government ministries. We initiate innovative partnerships between communities, government, like-minded organizations and the private sector to maximize the resources available to tackle the challenges which young people face.
We respect, protect and promote the dignity of our clients and their communities. We aim to address the debilitating effects of poverty and exclusion on an individual’s sense of self-worth and entitlement. Empowered communities can then hold governments to account.
The most exciting outcome of our model lies in CSD Program by which 150 children’s enrolled and completed primary school in the very first year of program. By this out of school children’s got opportunity to complete secondary school with MASTUL’s support, MASTUL harnesses the transformative potential of young people’s leadership. Youth across the country are connected to each other in rural and urban areas. Giving the dignity and opportunity to women’s to earn for their families and empower them. Within 2021 more than 5,000 children’s will be completing their primary education as the direct outcome of our current education programs, MASTUL represents an unstoppable new force for change.
MASTUL Foundation focuses on the extraordinary potential that is unlocked through child’s education for individuals, for communities and for economies. The right process of supporting children’s to go to school massively pushes up the returns of investing in their education. Our model tackles inequality and unlocks the benefits that accrue from girls’ education, igniting a wider social movement in children’s communities. We catalyze community resources to support vulnerable children, empowering women and young educated people become a new constituency of leaders and activists at the forefront of a larger movement. Child’s education becomes the entry point for widespread systemic change.