We provide school supplies & fees for impoverished students

Education is essential because it gives people the
skills and tools they need to succeed

Most children who attend our weekly programs are from low-income families who live in cramped slums in the city. Families of some children are broken. The Dads of most of the children were married more than once and had large numbers of children. The family consequently experiences financial, mental, and physical suffering, as well as sexual suffering. Since primary school is free. Later, because of extreme poverty, they are unable to cover the costs and must begin working as children to support the family. If anyone wants to continue because of the cramped home, and illiterate parents they do not have the privilege of education; as a result, their children are not being well equipped to meet the demands and routines of formal schooling.

With the DIP program, we assist them in returning to mainstream schools by providing school supplies and fees throughout the year. Adolescent hygiene items are also available. We primarily bring meritorious students to our tutorial center since their parents/caregivers cannot afford the cost of the study, which finally allows them to reenter formal education.   The tutorial center is open five days a week to assist students with their academic work. We also provide music, dancing, art, spoken English, sewing programs, computer classes, and other special classes.

We are extremely grateful for your partnership and commitment to helping the children we serve with the Love of our Lord.  It cost US$ 15 for each child for a month.

Our plan is to support 100 kids next year. We appreciated your partnership to raise more children in Bangladesh with the Love of Christ.

Note: DIP is a Bengali word for Light.


your gift can change a child's life !


We take each of your donations seriously. Thanks for being with us on this journey.

Mysa's story

Will Mysa’s dream come true?

Mysa’s father and mother now are both married to different people, and neither is caring for them. Maisa is only 15 years old, the eldest in the family with two younger siblings. They rent a small slum room where none of them are safe. They are in mental distress, but there is also a high risk of physical and sexual harassment. She is an outstanding student, but will Mysa’s dream come true?
Mysa recently completed our discipleship course and attends our services on a regular basis