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SOUTH ASIA PROJECTS

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CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE (BANGLADESH)

In 2019-2020 the construction of a Church / Child Development Centre was funded at Betbunia in the South of Bangladesh. NCM Canada is planning to provide funding for the child development centre in this new building until it becomes self-sustaining. 

The building is located in a community near the Bay of Bengal which often experiences flooding.  Therefore the church / Child Development Centre are located on the second floor.  The building also serves as a cyclone shelter during cyclones.

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Ladies draw water and clean the top of the new tube well installed at Khailtor Church of the Nazarene and Child Development Centre.

WELLS (BANGLADESH)

NCM Canada continues to fund tube wells in Bangladesh like these funded in 2019-2020.  Wells are installed on Nazarene church / child development centre property and are used by the whole community without discrimination.  Wells are installed in compliance with Environmental law and best practices such that they are sustainable over time and will remain un-polluted by contaminated surface water or toilets. The communities learn how to maintain the wells and routinely test the water to make sure it is clean and drinkable.

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ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING AND SANITATION FOR THE NEW DISTRICT CENTRE (BANGLADESH)

NCM Canada provided funding for the electrical, plumbing, air conditioning, and sanitation components of the new large District Centre serving the churches in the North District of Bangladesh.  The District Centre also houses the offices needed to manage the Agriculture and Livelihoods project (funded through Canadian Foodgrains Bank).

For South Asia projects funded through Canadian Foodgrains Bank, visit www.ncmcanada.ca/canadian-foodgrains-bank

Each gift will be used as designated except where any given need has been fully met or in the case when the specified project(s) cannot be reasonably carried out, then the donor agrees that the designated gift may be used where it is needed most.