Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center (BYLC), the country’s first leadership institute, exists to build connections among youth from diverse backgrounds, equip them with leadership skills, and enable them to have high impact in public, private, and civil sectors. All our efforts aim to strengthen prosperity, justice, and inclusiveness in societies worldwide.

JAAGO Foundation aims for the betterment of the nation through catering the educational needs of children from socially and economically disadvantaged background and empowering the youths along with inspiring volunteerism in Bangladesh. JAAGO focuses on providing education to those people who are normally out of reach of government and NGO initiated education facilities.

Teach For Bangladesh is a nationwide movement of exceptional university graduates and young professionals who are committed to expanding educational opportunity for all children in Bangladesh, starting with a two-year professional fellowship teaching in high-need communities. The Teach For Bangladesh Fellowship is a highly selective, challenging and rewarding leadership development program which prepares participants to become lifelong advocates for equity from both inside and outside the education system.

South Asian Youth Society (SAYS) is a non-profit regional youth development organization, registered in Bangladesh. SAYS was founded with the mission to promote a united platform of South Asian youth through exploring new ideas, networking among south Asian youth and sharing diversified knowledge created by South Asian Youth. SAYS envisions to build peace and prosperity in South Asia. SAYS is now recognized as one of the leading regional young change-makers platform for enterprise building and peace building activities in South Asia.

Smile Bangladesh is a New Jersey based nonprofit medical organization dedicated to caring for children and adults afflicted with facial cleft deformities in Bangladesh and around the world. The greatest hurdle in caring for cleft patients in Bangladesh is access to care. Most Bengali’s with cleft deformities are from the more rural areas of the nation. Many don’t even know that clefts can be repaired; those who do are often unable to access or afford care. Smile Bangladesh is dedicated to providing free care for these individuals by supporting volunteer surgeons, anesthesiologists, and nurses who travel to rural and urban areas of Bangladesh to repair facial clefts.