DMNAPK | A non-profit organisation striving to create a ‘safe home’
DMNAPK (Dustho Meyder Nirapad Ashram o Punorbashan Kendro) is a non-profit striving to create a ‘safe home’
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Change a childhood

Change Their World

Here at DMNAPK, we follow an integrated approach to learning and self-development. This holistic approach is reflected in the delivery and content of our ongoing projects: education, livelihood training/skill development and weekend charity clinic.


DMNAPK is a non-profit organisation striving to create a ‘safe home’ where vulnerable young girls can develop their potential and become empowered members within the community. Since its inception, almost two decades ago, the organization has been providing an enabling environment conducive to learning and self-development.


DMNAPK has a dedicated team of three full-time resident female teachers, four non-resident teachers and long-term specialist volunteers who provide various skills training.


We are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers from different disciplines. Click here to find out how you can get involved.



Our primary objective is to ensure basic education, livelihood training and vocational training for disadvantaged girls to help them grow into self-sufficient women. The program addresses all basic and vital needs of the girls such as food and nutrition, toiletries, water and sanitation, books, clothes, health, recreation, education and training.


Feels Good to Give

Life Happens on Purpose

Currently, DMNAPK supports 40 girls in its campus situated on an acre of land in Gazipur. The campus consists of one two-storied and another one-storied building, a charity clinic, a kitchen, sheds for livestock and poultry and two guard rooms. The girls receive food, shelter, non-formal and formal education, healthcare and training for livelihood and skill development.



17 year old Mahmuda from Barisal is an energetic and enthusiastic girl, who no longer allows her unfortunate past to hold her back. 

The Garden

The Garden

Different kinds of fruits, vegetables and cash plants are grown at the nursery and most of the girls know the names of the trees. 



DMNAPK strives dedicatedly to ensure that marginalized girls receive the impetus and confidence to prosper in life.