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The Fund for Bangladesh (FB)-A set of PowerPoint Presentation!

The Fund for Bangladesh (FB) has designed and  developed different PowerPoint Presentation on different issues to know them better. Please have a look-
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● PowerPoint Presentation on ‘Fund For Bangladesh (FB)’
● FundForBangladesh-E-Book-Final

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PowerPoint presentation on ‘Advertise with Us’!

● 
PowerPoint presentation on ‘Services with Us’!
● PowerPoint presentation on ‘A Project Proposal (PP) Unleashed on ‘Improving Living Condition of Children with Autism / Disability / Down Syndrome’’!
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You can also visit all the slides from SlidesShare without downloading
Link (Slideshare): https://www.slideshare.net/fundforbangladesh/

Little About The Fund for Bangladesh (FB):
The Fund for Bangladesh (FB) is an online initiative. This site has started its journey since 21st, February, 2017, International Mother Language day. This site has been trying to keep eyes on the donor trends, funding opportunities of all over the world. Since inception, they have analysed hundreds of funding opportunities of home and abroad.

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Visit all funding categories:  Click to view

Advertise with ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)’ : Click to view or Click to view

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Facebook page-From the Heart of Bangladesh

The Fund for Bangladesh (FB)-A Place for Progress, Development and Opportunities!

The Fund for Bangladesh (FB) is an online initiative. This site has started its journey since 21st, February, 2017, International Mother Language day. This site has been trying to keep eyes on the donor trends, funding opportunities of all over the world. Since inception, they have analysed hundreds of funding opportunities of home and abroad. The focus was on ‘Bangladesh’, justifying its name, Fund for Bangladesh (FB).

This is not redundant to say that they have updated 1500+ donor opportunities till date. What was not there! Starting from ‘Grant’, the list can be enhanced to Competition, Fellowship, Award, Prize, Partnership, Material Support, Seed Grant, Start-Up Grant, Investment, Loan, Scholarship, Small Grant etc. (and many more). And who can’t apply! Starting from ‘Individuals’ the list can also be enhanced to ‘Development organizations (Profit and Non-profit, GO and NGOs/INGOs), Private Organizations etc. (and many more).

This was tried in this site to gather information of opportunities in such a way that an individual can apply, organizations of any categories can apply, and even Govt. (Institutions) can apply. Information of opportunities were tried to gather in such a way that a donor can fund, even a donor in need can seek fund. Here, this is relevant to say that most of the opportunities were not for Bangladesh alone, those were also applicable for other countries of the world, as donor prefers.

The attraction was the simplicity in presenting the information with a very ‘Brief Summary’ Format (Word-1PDF-1 Or Word-2, PDF-2). This was done in keeping mind that a decision maker (Individuals or Management of the organizations) can gain overall impression of the opportunities without losing himself/herself in the ocean of information/web pages/lengthy docs of guidelines.

This is better to say that this site became an ‘eye catcher’ within a small period of time. Without any entertaining content, or advertisement at all, the visitors of the site were gradually increasing not only from Bangladesh, from influential and other developing countries as well. A short brief statistics can help to understand the trends of the visitors. They have updated 624 posts in 2017 which brought 22242 visitors in 2017, 658 posts in 2018 which brought 60502 visitors in 2018, and 237 (more information of opportunities upcoming) posts in 2019 which brought 43912 (+7500 x 3 =22500 more in next few months, on average expected) visitors in 2019 (till September, 2019). The graph was high in terms of visitors though the WordPress domain in which this site lives on was blocked by the authorities for a significant time of the year in Bangladesh!
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In this span of period, the site was the ‘true bearer’ of the contents of donors in home and abroad.

The site has been running completely as ‘Not-For-Profit’ basis till date. Skills and expertise were volunteered so far for this site. Based on the need and demand, A number of services have been brought which really can be handy for development practitioners or organization seeking further development and promotion. The next few posts will help you to understand how you can be benefited through the services and where they stand on now! Thank You All!

● ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)’-A PowerPoint Presentation on the unique journey all along!
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● Advertise with ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)’ and reach your Organization / Brand / Information of Opportunities all over the globe!
Link: Click to view
Avail different opportunities  for individual(s) or your organisation(s) offered by different donors worldwide with different professional services of ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)’! 
Link: Click to view
● Write E-books and get circulated with ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)!
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● Buy Customised Templates (PP, Budget, PIP, Report etc.) developed by ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)!
Link: Click to view
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Related link that helps: 
● Explore improved ‘Fund For Bangladesh’ with versatile categories of funding now!

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● Fund for Bangladesh (FundForBangladesh.wordpress.com), the first funding website in Bangladesh with hundreds of funding opportunities
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● Fund-Hope for Millions of people of Bangladesh
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Quick link of the site:
● ‘Fund For Bangladesh (FB)’ with versatile categories of funding information!
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● Advertise with Us (Them)!
Link: Click to view Or Click to view
● E-Books
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● Services
Link: Click to view

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All Post
 All Post in 2019:
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 All Post in 2018:
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 All Post in 2017:
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All Pages

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Project Proposal Templates

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Project Proposal (Paid)
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PowerPoint Presentation
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Thanks and Courtesy: Donors, Google, Facebook and Many more (To be updated soon)FundForBangladesh-BorderVisit all Funding opportunities: Click to view
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‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)’-A PowerPoint Presentation on the unique journey all along!

Quite often ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)’ was asked by different organizations or
individuals about them. ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)‘ believes that the following PowerPoint presentation will help those who want to know them more! 

Why unique?
● First (One and only) funding information site in Bangladesh;
● Over 1500 donor or funding opportunities added till date;
● Thousands of visitors from Bangladesh in each month since inception;
● Thousands of visitors from All Over the World (Including US, UK, India, Australia, Japan, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Denmark, South Korea, European Union (EU) etc.) in each month;
● Connected with hundreds of top executives, organization head and many more resource person of Bangladesh and abroad through FB page;
● Regular update over 3 years; and
Very rich funding categories;

‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)’ is now on SlideShare! Please have a look on the following link.
SlideShare Link: https://www.slideshare.net/fundforbangladesh/

‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)’ will try to update more PowerPoint slides soon!

 Download the presentation (Beside here): Presentation-Fund For Bangladesh (FB)-2019-Final Or
 From the following link (
Powerpoint Presentation):
https://fundforbangladesh.wordpress.com/download/powerpoint-presentation/

Follow them! Keep visiting!

Thanks to everyone for supporting ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)’!
Powerpoint Presentation-First Slide

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Advertise with ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)’ and reach your Organization / Brand / Information of Opportunities all around the globe!

Advertisement
The Fund for Bangladesh (FB)
is pleased to inform you that they want to connect with you more by publishing your advertisement in their website. This would be their great honour if they can serve you. A PowerPoint Presentation will help you to understand more. Please click here to download the presentation.

Why advertise with ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)’ ?
● First (One and only) funding information site in Bangladesh;
● Over 1500 donor or funding opportunities added till date;
● Thousands of visitors from Bangladesh in each month since inception;
● Thousands of visitors from All Over the World (Including US, UK, India, Australia, Japan, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Denmark, South Korea, European Union (EU) etc.) in each month;
● Connected with hundreds of top executives, organization head and many more resource person of Bangladesh and abroad through FB page;
● Regular update over 3 years; and
● They value you;

Offer: 
1. For building initial relationship, they are offering ‘Extra time period’ for the advertiser as ‘Free’. This means that you are paying for 7 days, but actually you are getting the scope for publishing your advertisement for 15 days. This means that the initial relation with the advertiser starts with 50% discount
2. With the consent of advertiser, they can publish the advertisement in their FB page. The facebook page connects hundreds of top executivesorganization head and many more resource person of Bangladesh and abroad. This is indeed ‘Free’, so as to say.

Tariff  rate of advertisement 
The rate of the advertisement is given in the below table(s). This is noteworthy that you can place your advertisement for 7 days, 15 days, 30 days, 3 months, 6 months or 1 year or even so on. The price is negotiable and the duration of the advertisement can be changed upon need and this is completely customizable and flexible.

All Advertisement Rate-2019
Caption of Table: Tariff rate for all the advertisement position of FundForBangladesh

Note: The rate of the advertisement is in BDT.
Advertisement Location
At present, they make available four different kinds of advertisement scopes (of places). They are as the following-
1. In each Post of the site
(a) Bottom of the feature or top post of Home Page
(b) Top of all posts
(c) Middle of all posts
(d) Bottom of all remaining post
2. In each Page of the site
(a) Bottom of the Home Page
(b) Top of all pages
(c) Middle of all pages
(d) Bottom of all pages
3. In Right side panel of the site
4. Advertisement Post

1. In each Post of the site: They have different options for advertisement in each and every post published. By post they mean something like this or this.
All Posts
Caption of Table: Tariff rate for all the advertisement position of posts of FundForBangladesh
1. (a) Bottom of the feature or top post of Home Page: They have different posts in each time of their updating. If they update 2, 3 or 4 posts in each time of their update, they are referring the first one of 2, 3 or 4 posts as the ‘Feature Post’ or as the ‘Top post’. You can place your advertisement under the post(s).Bottom of the feature or top post of Home Page
Caption of Table 1. (a): Tariff rate for the advertisement position (Bottom of the feature or top post of Home Page) of FundForBangladesh
1. (b) Top of all posts: By top of all post, they are referring the top most place of a post. You can place your advertisement with the rate of advertisement given in the table below.
Top of all posts
Caption of Table 1. (b): Tariff rate for the advertisement position (Top of all posts) of FundForBangladesh
1. (c) Middle of all posts: By middle of all post, they are referring any place within a post. You can place your advertisement with the rate of advertisement given in the table below.Middle of all posts
Caption of Table 1. (c): Tariff rate for the advertisement position (Middle of all posts) of FundForBangladesh
1. (d) Bottom of all remaining post: By bottom of all remaining post, they are referring to the place under each post(s) published. This exclude the top post. This means that if they update 2, 3 or 4 posts in each time of their update, you can place your advertisement in the bottom place of 2nd, 3rd or 4th posts with the rate of advertisement given in the table below.Bottom of all remaining post
Caption of Table 1. (d): Tariff rate for the advertisement position (Bottom of all remaining post) of FundForBangladesh
2. In each Page of the site: By page they mean something like this or this what is lead you to visit from the top most menu.
Bottom of the Home Page-All
Caption of Table: Tariff rate for all the advertisement position of pages of FundForBangladesh
2. (a) Bottom of the Home Page: Home page means the first appearance of the website when you are in. You can place your advertisement in the bottom most place of the site with the rate of advertisement given in the table below.Bottom of the Home Page
Caption of Table 2. (a): Tariff rate for the advertisement position (Bottom of the Home Page) of FundForBangladesh
2. (b) Top of all pages: You can place your advertisement in the top most place of the site with the rate of advertisement given in the table below.Top of all pages
Caption of Table 2. (b): Tariff rate for the advertisement position (Top of all pages) of FundForBangladesh
2. (c) Middle of all pages: By middle of all pages, they are referring to any place within a page. You can place your advertisement with the rate of advertisement given in the table.Middle of all pages
Caption of Table 2. (c): Tariff rate for the advertisement position (Middle of all pages) of FundForBangladesh
2. (d) Bottom of all pages: By bottom of all pages, they are referring to the place under each page(s) published. You can place your advertisement with the rate of advertisement given in the table.Bottom of all pages
Caption of Table 2. (d): Tariff rate for the advertisement position (Bottom of all pages) of FundForBangladesh 

3. In Right side panel of the site
3. (a) From 1st to 21st position: Right side panel is the most attractive place of the site. Thousands of visitors from all around the globe visit this site. You can easily reach to them by placing your ‘add. They have categorised the right panel from top to bottom for advertisement position wise. At present, they are offering top 20 places of right panel of the website for advertisement. This is noteworthy that they reserved the first position of the panel. So, you can avail next 20 positions starting from 2nd to 21st position of the website.Right Side Panel
Caption of Table 3. (a): Tariff rate for the advertisement position (In Right side panel of the site) of FundForBangladesh 

4. Advertisement Post
4. (a) They are extending the flexibility of taking advertisement posts from the Donors/NGOs/ INGOs/Profit Organizations/Company/Intuitions/Govt. directly. The posts can be of the information of new Funding Opportunities, Loan, Partnerships, Competition, Scholarships, Fellowships, and Award/Prizes etc. of your organization with at least 7 days before the deadline. You can place your advertisement posts with the rate of advertisement given in the table.Advertisement Post
Caption of Table 4. (a): Tariff rate for the advertisement position (Advertisement Post) of FundForBangladesh 

Facilities of Advertisement Post:
● You can either use their ‘Brief Summary’ Format (Word-1PDF-1 Or Word-2, PDF-2) or your own format.
● You can use your own icon which will be displayed in the home page.
● You can attach relevant docs (Guideline, Application Format, Budget Template etc.) as an attachment for reasonable size (MB).
● You can use your/organizational colorful picture (decent).
● You can get better visibility and organizational branding.

5. All advertisement tariff of the website in one look:
All Advertisement Rate-2019
Caption of Table 5: Tariff rate for all the advertisement position of FundForBangladesh   

Note: The rate of the advertisement is in BDT.

Position of the Advertisement (Visual Example)
● Advertisement Location in Home Page
Website Example - Marking Area of Advertisement

● Advertisement location in Post (s):
Post Example - Marking Area of Advertisement

● Advertisement location in Page (s):
Page Example - Marking Area of Advertisement

Advertisement Publications:
1. Large Size

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2. Small Size-1
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3. Small Size-2
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Avail different opportunities for individual(s) or your organisation(s) offered by different donors worldwide with different professional services of ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)’!

FundForBangladesh offers the following professional services with minimum cost and maximum possible quality within Bangladesh. The services are as the following-
● Consultancy Services
● Promotional Services
● Resource Development Services
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Consultancy Services:
NGO / INGO Sectors
●  International Registration Support: International Registration like Pador, DUNS, N-Cage, SAM etc. is essential and pre-requisite for applying fund for different renowned donors. This is a complicated and sometimes monotonous technical work. They offer to provide professional help in getting registration for organizations.

 The Pador Registration: 
Pador Registration Link (The Potential Applicant Data On-Line Registration): http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/pador

Pador Off Line form:http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/pador-line-form-0_en

 The DUNS Registration:
DUNS Number online (The Data Universal Numbering System):http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform/newReq.do

 The SAM Registration:
SAM registration: http://www.sam.gov

 The N-CAGE Registration:
N-CAGE Code Online (NATO COMMERCIAL AND GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES):https://eportal.nspa.nato.int/AC135Public/scage/CageList.aspx

For Urgent Need :
Contact Hot line: Through mail (Mobile / Land Phone Contact-To be updated later), Mail: fundforbangladesh@gmail.com

●  Theme Based Fund Searching for  NGOs/INGOs in Bangladesh :
News of funds of different donors will be supplied on weekly or monthly basis as per contact. Thematic fund searching will also be ensured. Theme may be decided by both parties. eg. Award, Housing, WaSH, WatSan, Advocacy, Children, Disaster, Response and Rescue, Poverty reduction etc.

For Urgent Need :
Contact Hot line: Through mail (Mobile / Land Phone Contact-To be updated later), Mail: fundforbangladesh@gmail.com

●  Project Proposal Writing for  NGOs/INGOs in Bangladesh :
Project proposal (PP) is a way to attract the valued donors. Unprofessional PP causes the risk of failing to attract the donors. They offer professional PP with budget even within tight schedule.

For Urgent Need :
Contact Hot line: Through mail (Mobile / Land Phone Contact-To be updated later), Mail: fundforbangladesh@gmail.com

●  Fund Searching:
Fund searching or Project searching is the process of  continuous work. Fund information will be made available with Professional approach.
Contact Hot line: Through mail (Mobile / Land Phone Contact-To be updated later), Mail: fundforbangladesh@gmail.com

●  Donor Application Form Fill-up:
Most of the donors ask the project in their Application form available in their website. Misleading information given in the application form causes the rejection of the application. They offer best possible solution and guidelines with professional approaches.

Contact Hot line: Through mail (Mobile / Land Phone Contact-To be updated later), Mail: fundforbangladesh@gmail.com

●  NGO/INGO Profile Writing:
A profile represents an organization to the donor or so. Even an organization work with reputation get negative response due to the improper Profile. Profile writing service is offered both in Bengali and English.

Contact Hot line: Through mail (Mobile / Land Phone Contact-To be updated later), Mail: fundforbangladesh@gmail.com

●  Translation Service:
The following Translation service is offered.
 Bengali to English
 English to Bengali

Contact Hot line: Through mail (Mobile / Land Phone Contact-To be updated later), Mail: fundforbangladesh@gmail.com

●  Others: Many more services will be offered in future based on need and mutual understanding with different parties / agencies.

Promotional Services:
●  Advertisement: Different organisations can promote their products/brands/organisations and/or different opportunities (Information of Funding Calls, Loan, Partnership, Competition, Fellowships, Scholarships, Award,  Prize,  Training etc. ) with them. They are offering few places like different positions of each post of their home page, different pages, and Right side panel with competitive prices. You can easily find the details (Please Click on Advertise with Us Post (‘Click Here‘) or Advertise with Us Page (‘Click Here‘) or Advertisement Publication Page (‘Click Here‘)) with real-time visual illustration.

Advertisement Location

You can even showcase (present) your organisation, on-going activities, achievements with ‘paid post‘ or ‘paid page‘.

Resource Development Services:
●  E-Book writing: They are offering resource persons (capable of writing) of Bangladesh and abroad writing E-books on different issues related to NGO/INGO/Development Organisations. The list of the sample topics are included for your imagination. If you are interested, please visit their E-books Page (click here) for sample topics.

Foreign nationals are welcome along with the citizens of Bangladesh in developing different E-books. They will discuss the revenue sharing through formal/informal discussion. They will help you all along your journey.

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Write E-books and get circulated with ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)!

Announcement!
Anyone (Resource Persons) interested (and capable) in writing e-book (not formal book), disseminating or selling those through Fund for Bangladesh (FB), Please contact them. A PowerPoint Presentation will help you to understand more. Please click here to download the presentation.

All the books should be in Bengali or English. In the case of writing a book in other languages (recognized by Bangladesh Govt., say, Chakma, Tripura etc.) should have an English or Bengali equivalent transcript. The e-book Should be related to NGOs, INGOs, Development organizations. They are giving few examples, though, the lists are not exhaustive-
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NGO / INGO
Organizational Management
● The Operations or management of Non-Govt. Organizations (NGOs) / International Non-Govt. Organizations (INGOs);
● Tips and Tricks of NGOs/INGOs;
● Effective Strategic Plan for NGOs/INGOs;
● Successful strategy of effective advocacy in Bangladesh;
● How to make NGO/INGOs effective in terms of the development perspective of Bangladesh;
● Women participation in the development process of Bangladesh; Orthe perspective of Gender equality in Bangladesh;
● Effective strategies for volunteering (Recruiting and Managing);
● The effective strategy of Project Implementation of NGOs/INGOs in Bangladesh;
● The role of Management of NGOs/INGOs and the strategy to be successful;
● Successful ways to maintain solid relations with Govt. and other influential actors of the society (country);
● The recovery plan of NGOs/INGOs for transition period;
● Effective framework for urban development;
● The impact of development of NGOs/INGOs in rural areas of Bangladesh;
● How to start a NGO or INGO or Research Organization in Bangladesh;
● Laws and barriers for NGOs and INGOs in Bangladesh;
● Laws and barriers for different fields like Good Governance and Human Rights, WaSH, Housing, Education, Health, Micro-Finance, Disaster Preparedness, Livelihood, Climate Change, Urban and Rural Development etc. For NGOs and INGOs in Bangladesh;

Project Proposal Development
● Tips and tricks for brainstorming new ideas for development;
● Developing Log-frame (Logical Framework) and anatomy of its each component;
● Developing Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) and anatomy of its each component;
● How to write / design successful Project Proposal (PP), Concept Note (CN), LOI, RFP etc.;
● How to prepare effective budget;
● Anatomy of Project Proposal (PP), Concept Note (CN), LOI, RFP etc.;
● Step-by-step ways to prepare Log-frame (Logical Framework), M&E (Monitoring and Evaluation);
● Effective ways to conduct problem and objective (solution) analysis (Design and Diagram);
● Illustrating basics for developing Project Proposal (PP), Concept Note (CN), LOI, RFP etc.;
● Illustrating basics for preparing budget for donors, budget for organizations;

Development in Photography
● Development experiences (Photographic view included) in NGOs/INGOs in Bangladesh (In the eye of Foreign Nationalsor Bangladeshi Nationals);
● Project Implementation experiences (Photographic view included) in NGOs/INGOs in Bangladesh (In the eye of Bangladeshi Nationalsor Foreign Nationals);

Project Implementation
● Effective ways to conduct FGD, Different Assessments, Lesson Learnt Report, Case Studies in the perspective of Bangladesh;
● Different training manuals on different issues related to NGOs/INGOs in Bangladesh;
● Manual of Design and Diagram for Housing, Shelter etc.;
● Effective procurement strategies of NGOs/INGOs in Bangladesh;
● Tips and tricks of planning and designing successful Implementation Plan;
● The ways of marketing products of NGOs/INGOs: on-job experience explained;

Donor Relations, Resource Development and Communications
● Ensuring effective relations with donors;
● Effective relation with different stakeholders including local Govt.;
● Tips and Tricks for winning project for big donors (eg. USAID, UKAID, DFID, DFAT, DANIDA, JAICA, UN Organizations, KOICA etc.);
● A guide to develop resources for NGOs/INGOs;
● Guideline to prepare HR Plan, Financial Plan, Office Management, and different policies of NGOs/INGOs;
● How to prepare FD-6, FC-1 etc. of NGOAB of Bangladesh Govt.;
● Tips and tricks for writing donor reports;
● Tips and tricks of analysing data provided by different stakeholders (Govt., Field data, UN data);
● Effective Communication Strategy of NGOs/INGOs;
● Successful ways to attract donors;
● Successful ways of documentation for NGOs/INGOs;
● Effective ways to explore Local and International donors;
● The strategy of influencing corporate donors;

Compliance
● Effective ways to ensure transparent compliance for NGOs or INGOs;

Research
● Effective ways to perform successful research;

Finance
● The Financial Management of NGOs/INGOs;
● Basics of Finance in terms of the operation of NGOs/INGOs in Bangladesh;

Human Resources (HR) and Admin
● The Effective Human Resource (HR) Management for NGOs/INGOs;
● Tips and tricks for winning interview (Written and Viva) in NGOs/INGOs in Bangladesh;
● Rights of NGO/INGO workers in terms of the law of Bangladesh Govt.
● Effective ways to handle issues of Admin of NGOs/INGOs;
● Handling security issues of NGOs/INGOs in Bangladesh;

Information and Technology (IT)
● The Networking fundamentals of NGOs/INGOs;
● Tips and Tricks of NGOs/INGOs;
● The use of Computer (Software (SPSS, Outlook etc.), Applications (Desktop & Web), Network, Hardware etc.) in NGOs/INGOs;
● The use of Internet for NGOs/INGOs;
● Effective use of Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc.) for NGOs/INGOs;
● How to write e-book for NGOs/INGOs;
● Effective ways to write email or communicating through other media of communication;
● Implementing successful Management Information System (MIS) in NGOs/INGOs;

The lists are specified just to flourish your ways of imagination. You can make your own choice to create your own Topics for the e-book. Please bear in mind that your text should be relevant to Bangladesh and supports the Development agendas of Govt. (Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) or Vision-2021), UN (SDG) and Other Development concerns.

This is merely starting of thinking. They can discuss more about this. They will be discussing about revenue sharing through formal/informal discussions.

Enjoy writing!
They will help you all along your journey!

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Buy Customised Templates (PP, Budget, PIP, Report etc.) developed by ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB)!

Project Proposal Template(s)  
● ‘Fund for Bangladesh (FB) has been developing different templates for Project Proposal (PP), Concept Note (CN), Letter of Intent (LOI) etc. The following are the list of sample-
 1 Page Template
 2 Pages Template
 3 Pages Template
 4 Pages Template
 5 Pages Template
 10 Pages Template
 20 Pages Template
 30 Pages Template
 40 Pages Template
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Bangladesh is a country of enormous opportunity for development.  With its huge number of population within a very small area of land, Bangladesh showed true commitment for development and promise for further development. Despite there were different challenges against the development, Bangladesh has progressed in different development indicators over the years. In this development, there were enormous contributions from Government and Non-Government organizations of home and abroad. By managing and feeding its huge population, Bangladesh showed true progress since its independence in 1971 from Pakistan after a bloodshed for 9 months.

From the very beginning of its journey as an independent country, Government of different developed countries and countries of Middle East stand behind Bangladesh with handful and heart full assistance. This assistance remains still and will be continued over the years, we can hope.

Bangladesh has been trying to overcome a transition period which will help to reach further development challenges. In this journey, different development partners and developed countries will play a strategic role. Different Government and Non-Government organizations of Bangladesh and other countries will play active role in this journey.

In this effort, FundForBangladesh aims to contribute through providing information related to funding, award and different development need gradually over the years. At present, this site brings up to date information of different donors of versatile categories. This site will also bring many more resources required by development organizations in near future.

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The global ranking: where is Bangladesh among the BIMSTEC countries?

BIMSTEC is an international organization involving a group of countries in South Asia and South East Asia. The full form of BIMSTEC is The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC). The member of the BIMSTEC includes Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Bhutan and Nepal. The main objective of BIMSTEC is technological and economic cooperation among south Asian and south East Asian countries along the coast of the Bay of Bengal. Commerce, investment, technology, tourism, human resource development, agriculture, fisheries, transport and communication, textiles, leather etc. have been included in it. BIMSTEC Headquarters is situated in Dhaka, Bangladesh and opened by Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina (Bengali: শেখ হাসিনা) on 13th, September, 2014.

The following comparison will help the development practitioners to understand the position of Bangladesh among the member countries of BIMSTEC.
Gender Gap Report:
According to the Global Gender gap report 2015, Bangladesh ranks 64th out of 145 countries with a score of 0.704 (0.00 = inequality, 1.00=Equality)*1.

SL	Country Name	Raking of BIMSTEC Countries 	        Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	             64	                            0.704
2.	India	                    108	                            0.664
3.	Myanmar 	         Not Found	                  Not Found
4.	Sri Lanka	             84	                            0.686
5.	Thailand	             60	                            0.706
6.	Bhutan                      118	                            0.646
7.	Nepal	                    110	                            0.658

According to the Global Gender gap report 2016, Bangladesh ranks 72nd out of 144 countries with a score of 0.698 (0.00 = inequality, 1.00=Equality)*2

SL	Country Name	Raking of BIMSTEC Countries	        Points / Score 
1.	Bangladesh	             72	                            0.698
2.	India	                     87	                            0.683
3.	Myanmar	                 Not Found	                  Not Found
4.	Sri Lanka	            100	                            0.673
5.	Thailand	             71	                            0.699
6.	Bhutan                      121	                            0.642
7.	Nepal	                    110	                            0.661

Human Development Index (HDI):
As per the Human Development Index (HDI) prepared in 2015 by UNDP, Bangladesh ranks 142 out of 173 countries of the world with a value of 0.570.*3

SL	Country Name	Raking of BIMSTEC Countries             Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	            142	                            0.570
2.	India	                    130	                            0.609
3.	Myanmar	                    148	                            0.536
4.	Sri Lanka	             73	                            0.757
5.	Thailand	             93	                            0.726
6.	Nepal	                    145	                            0.548
7.	Bhutan                      132	                            0.605

Language ranking of South Asian language:
According to the top native speakers list in the 2007 edition of Nationalencyklopedin, the total number of native speakers of Bengali is 200 millions in 2007 and 205 millions in 2010. This constitutes the 3.05% of the world population (2007). The statistics also shows that Bengali (Bangla) is the 7th top languages spoken in the world. *4

SL	Language Name	Raking of BIMSTEC Countries            Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh (Bengali)	    7	                            None
2.	India (Hindi)	            4	                            None
3.	Myanmar (Burmese)	   38	                            None
4.	Sri Lanka (Sinhalese)	   62	                            None
5.	Thailand (Thai)	           25	                            None
6.	Bhutan (Dzongkha)       Not Found	                    None
7.	Nepal (Nepali)	           61	                            None

Climate Risk Index:
According to the Global Climate Risk Index 2016, Bangladesh ranks 6th most vulnerable country in the list of the most affected countries in the 20 year period (1995–2014) with the CRI score of 22.67. *5

SL	Country Name	Raking of BIMSTEC Countries	        Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	            6	                            22.67
2.	India	                   16	                            39.17
3.	Myanmar	                    2	                            14.17
4.	Sri Lanka	           53	                            62.67
5.	Thailand	            9	                            32.33
6.	Bhutan                    103	                            97.33
7.	Nepal	                   17	                            40.83

According to the Global Climate Risk Index for 2016, Bangladesh ranks 38th climate vulnerable country in the list of most affected countries in 2014 with the CRI score of 46.33. *6

SL	Country Name	Raking of BIMSTEC Countries             Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	           38	                            46.33
2.	India	                   10	                            16.17
3.	Myanmar	                   94	                            83.17
4.	Sri Lanka	           13	                            23.50 
5.	Thailand	           65	                            64.33
6.	Bhutan                    138	                           117.67
7.	Nepal	                    7	                            15.83

Population density of Bangladesh:
As per the data by World Bank, the Population density (people per sq. km of land area) of Bangladesh 1,237. *7

SL	Country Name	 Population Density	                Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	        1,237	                             None
2.	India	                  440	                             None
3.	Myanmar	                   82	                             None
4.	Sri Lanka	          334	                             None
5.	Thailand	          133	                             None 
6.	Bhutan                     20	                             None
7.	Nepal	                  198	                             None

CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX:
As per the Corruption Perceptions Index (2015), Bangladesh ranks 139 out of 168 countries of the world with a score of 25 CPI (out of 100). *8

SL	Country Name	 Raking of BIMSTEC Countries	       Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	           139	                              25
2.	India	                    76	                              38
3.	Myanmar	                   147	                              22
4.	Sri Lanka	            83	                              37
5.	Thailand	            76	                              38
6.	Bhutan                      27	                              65
7.	Nepal	                   130	                              27

World Risk Report:
As per the world risk report (2014), Bangladesh ranks 5th out of 171 countries of the world with a ranking of 19.37 % WRI. The WorldRiskIndex examines the risk of becoming the victim of a disaster resulting from an extreme natural event for every country worldwide. *9

SL	Country Name	 Raking of BIMSTEC Countries	         Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	             5	                            19.37 %
2.	India	                    73	                             7.04 %
3.	Myanmar	                    43	                             9.14 %
4.	Sri Lanka	            67	                             7.43 %
5.	Thailand	            89	                             6.38 %
6.	Bhutan                      58	                             7.83 %
7.	Nepal	                   108	                             5.29 %

Happy Planet index:
As per the Happy Planet index (2016), Bangladesh ranks 8th out of 140 countries of the world with a score of 38.4 HPI score.*10

SL	Country Name	Raking of BIMSTEC Countries	        Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	            8	                             38.4
2.	India	                   50	                             29.2
3.	Myanmar	                   81	                             24.7
4.	Sri Lanka	           28	                             33.8
5.	Thailand	            9	                             37.3
6.	Bhutan                     56	                             28.6
7.	Nepal	                   42	                             30.5

Website of BIMSTEC: http://www.bimstec.org/

Reference:
*1. http://www3.weforum.org/docs/GGGR2015/cover.pdf
*2. http://www3.weforum.org/docs/GGGR16/WEF_Global_Gender_Gap_Report_2016.pdf
*3. http://hdr.undp.org/sites/default/files/2015_human_development_report.pdf
*4. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_languages_by_number_of_native_speakers
*5. https://germanwatch.org/fr/download/13503.pdf
*6. https://germanwatch.org/fr/download/13503.pdf
*7. http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/EN.POP.DNST
*8. https://www.transparency.org/cpi2015/#results-table
*9. https://i.unu.edu/media/ehs.unu.edu/news/4070/11895.pdf
*10. http://happyplanetindex.org/countries/bangladesh

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The global ranking: where is Bangladesh among the SAARC countries?

SAARC is the name of regional intergovernmental organization and geopolitical union of different countries in South Asia. The full form of SAARC is South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation. The member of the SAARC includes Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives and Afghanistan. Afghanistan is a relatively new face in this organization. In one of the estimate, this is found that SAARC comprises 3% area of the entire world, 21% population of the world and 9.12% of the global economy in 2015.

SAARC was founded in Dhaka in 1985. Its secretariat is based in Kathmandu, Capital of Nepal which was established on 16th, January, 1987 and inaugurated by Late King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah of Nepal. The organization promotes development of economic, regional integration and regional cooperation. It launched the South Asian Free Trade Area in 2006.

SAARC maintains permanent diplomatic relations at the United Nations as an observer and has developed links with multilateral entities, including the European Union. Countries like Australia, China, the European Union, Iran, Japan, Mauritius, Myanmar, South Korea and the United States has ‘observer status’ in the SAARC. There are potential growing interests from different countries of the world to become a part of this organization. Myanmar has expressed interest in upgrading its status from an ‘observer’ to a ‘full member’ of SAARC. Russia has applied for ‘observer’ status membership of SAARC. Turkey applied for ‘observer status’ membership of SAARC in 2012.On the Other hand, South Africa has participated in meetings.

The following comparison will help the development practitioners to understand the position of Bangladesh among the member countries of SAARC.
Gender Gap Report:
According to the Global Gender gap report 2015, Bangladesh ranks 64th out of 145 countries with a score of 0.704 (0.00 = inequality, 1.00=Equality)*1.

SL	Country Name	Raking of South Asian Countries 	Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	             64	                            0.704
2.	India	                    108	                            0.664
3.	Pakistan	            144	                            0.559
4.	Sri Lanka	             84	                            0.686
5.	Nepal	                    110	                            0.658
6.	Bhutan                      118	                            0.646
7.	Maldives                    113	                            0.652
8.	Afghanistan              Not Found	                   Not Found

According to the Global Gender gap report 2016, Bangladesh ranks 72nd out of 144 countries with a score of 0.698 (0.00 = inequality, 1.00=Equality)*2

SL	Country Name	Raking of South Asian Countries	        Points / Score 
1.	Bangladesh	             72	                            0.698
2.	India	                     87	                            0.683
3.	Pakistan	            143	                            0.556
4.	Sri Lanka	            100	                            0.673
5.	Nepal	                    110	                            0.661
6.	Bhutan                      121	                            0.642
7.	Maldives                    115	                            0.650
8.	Afghanistan              Not Found	                  Not Found

Human Development Index (HDI):
As per the Human Development Index (HDI) prepared in 2015 by UNDP, Bangladesh ranks 142 out of 173 countries of the world with a value of 0.570.*3

SL	Country Name	Raking of South Asian Countries	        Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	            142	                            0.570
2.	India	                    130	                            0.609
3.	Pakistan	            147	                            0.538
4.	Sri Lanka	            73	                            0.757
5.	Nepal	                    145	                            0.548
6.	Bhutan                      132	                            0.605
7.	Maldives                    104	                            0.706
8.	Afghanistan                 171	                            0.465

Language ranking of South Asian language:
According to the top native speakers list in the 2007 edition of Nationalencyklopedin, the total number of native speakers of Bengali is 200 millions in 2007 and 205 millions in 2010. This constitutes the 3.05% of the world population (2007). The statistics also shows that Bengali (Bangla) is the 7th top languages spoken in the world. *4

SL	Language Name	Raking of South Asian Countries	        Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh (Bengali)	    7	                            None
2.	India (Hindi)	            4	                            None
3.	Pakistan (Urdu)	           21	                            None
4.	Sri Lanka (Sinhalese)	   62	                            None
5.	Nepal (Nepali)	           61	                            None
6.	Bhutan (Dzongkha)       Not Found	                    None
7.	Maldives (Dhivehi)      Not Found	                    None
8.	Afghanistan (Pashto)	   31	                            None

Climate Risk Index:
According to the Global Climate Risk Index 2016, Bangladesh ranks 6th most vulnerable country in the list of the most affected countries in the 20 year period (1995–2014) with the CRI score of 22.67. *5

SL	Country Name	Raking of South Asian Countries	        Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	            6	                            22.67
2.	India	                   16	                            39.17
3.	Pakistan	            8	                            31.17
4.	Sri Lanka	           53	                            62.67
5.	Nepal	                   17	                            40.83
6.	Bhutan                    103	                            97.33
7.	Maldives                  181	                           175.50
8.	Afghanistan                12	                            34.67

According to the Global Climate Risk Index for 2016, Bangladesh ranks 38th climate vulnerable country in the list of most affected countries in 2014 with the CRI score of 46.33. *6

SL	Country Name	Raking of South Asian Countries	        Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	           38	                            46.33
2.	India	                   10	                            16.17
3.	Pakistan	            5	                            12.67
4.	Sri Lanka	           13	                            23.50 
5.	Nepal	                    7	                            15.83
6.	Bhutan                    138	                           117.67
7.	Maldives                  138	                           117.67
8.	Afghanistan            Not Found	                 Not Found

Population density of Bangladesh:
As per the data by World Bank, the Population density (people per sq. km of land area) of Bangladesh 1,237. *7

SL	Country Name	 Population Density	                 Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	        1,237	                             None
2.	India	                  440	                             None
3.	Pakistan	          245	                             None
4.	Sri Lanka	          334	                             None
5.	Nepal	                  198	                             None
6.	Bhutan                     20	                             None
7.	Maldives                 1363	                             None
8.	Afghanistan                49	                             None

CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX:
As per the Corruption Perceptions Index (2015), Bangladesh ranks 139 out of 168 countries of the world with a score of 25 CPI (out of 100). *8

SL	Country Name	 Raking of South Asian Countries	  Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	           139	                              25
2.	India	                    76	                              38
3.	Pakistan	           117	                              30
4.	Sri Lanka	            83	                              37
5.	Nepal	                   130	                              27
6.	Bhutan                      27	                              65
7.	Maldives                Not Found	                  Not Found
8.	Afghanistan                166	                              11

World Risk Report:
As per the world risk report (2014), Bangladesh ranks 5th out of 171 countries of the world with a ranking of 19.37 % WRI. The WorldRiskIndex examines the risk of becoming the victim of a disaster resulting from an extreme natural event for every country worldwide. *9

SL	Country Name	 Raking of South Asian Countries	Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	             5	                            19.37 %
2.	India	                    73	                             7.04 %
3.	Pakistan	            72	                             7.07 %
4.	Sri Lanka	            67	                             7.43 %
5.	Nepal	                   108	                             5.29 %
6.	Bhutan                      58	                             7.83 %
7.	Maldives                Not Found	                    Not Found
8.	Afghanistan                 40	                             9.71 %

Happy Planet index:
As per the Happy Planet index (2016), Bangladesh ranks 8th out of 140 countries of the world with a score of 38.4 HPI score.*10

SL	Country Name	Raking of South Asian Countries	         Points / Score
1.	Bangladesh	            8	                             38.4
2.	India	                   50	                             29.2
3.	Pakistan	           36	                             31.5
4.	Sri Lanka	           28	                             33.8
5.	Nepal	                   42	                             30.5
6.	Bhutan                     56	                             28.6
7.	Maldives               Not Found	                  Not Found
8.	Afghanistan               110	                             20.2

Website of SAARC: http://www.saarc-sec.org/

Reference:
*1. http://www3.weforum.org/docs/GGGR2015/cover.pdf
*2. http://www3.weforum.org/docs/GGGR16/WEF_Global_Gender_Gap_Report_2016.pdf
*3. http://hdr.undp.org/sites/default/files/2015_human_development_report.pdf
*4. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_languages_by_number_of_native_speakers
*5. https://germanwatch.org/fr/download/13503.pdf
*6. https://germanwatch.org/fr/download/13503.pdf
*7. http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/EN.POP.DNST
*8. https://www.transparency.org/cpi2015/#results-table
*9. https://i.unu.edu/media/ehs.unu.edu/news/4070/11895.pdf
*10. http://happyplanetindex.org/countries/bangladesh

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