Commitment to Action

First Rate Schools for Bangladesh's Rural Poor

Commitment by

National Development Initiative Inc.

In 2012, The National Development Initiative (NDI) committed to building a day school for girls in rural Bangladesh. This new project is an expansion of its commitment to The Carter Academy (TCA), a community based, tuition free school offering a globally competitive education to Bangladesh's rural poor. The Majeda Khatoom Middle School for Girls will be comprised of two facilities on the extant TCA campus, including a main building for classes and an adjunct dormitory for live-in staff. This will bring an unprecedented level of civic and educational infrastructure into a Bangladeshi rural area, enhance opportunities for success for all members of the community, and provide a repeatable template for educational progress in rural areas across the developing world.

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Commitment

First Rate Schools for Bangladesh's Rural Poor

Launched

2012

Est. Duration

1 year

Estimated Total Value

$1,500,000

Region

Asia

Countries

BANGLADESH

Commitment by

National Development Initiative Inc.

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Majeda-Anowar Foundation