Bangladesh Medical Society of NSW:
Bangladesh Medical Society of NSW is an organization of doctors who had completed their graduation from Bangladesh and either studying on the way to passing their Australian Medical Council (AMC) exam or Practitioners in New South Wales (NSW).
Bangladeshi Students Union UK:
Bangladeshi Students Union UK is a non-profit Bangladeshi students’ organization, established in 2008 to provide all kinds of supports mainly to all the Bangladeshi students in any of their needs in the UK.
Bangladeshi Students Association in Korea (BSAK):
Bangladeshi Students’ Association in Korea (BSAK) was founded on 13 March 2011 as a non-profit organization of the Bangladeshi students living in Korea for higher studies.
Bangladesh Association of Nashville (BAN):
Bangladesh Association of Nashville (BAN) is a non-profit Bangladeshi community organization established to promote and share Bengali cultural heritage in Tennessee State. BAN was established in April 1993 by the immense contribution of Dr. M. Sarkar and Dr. Jahan.
Bangladeshi Student Organization (BSO) at University of Texas at Dallas:
The Bangladeshi Student Organization (BSO) at University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) is a non-profit organization founded to promote rich and beautiful cultural heritage of Bangladesh particularly in the Dallas Metroplex area and UT Dallas.
Prospective Bangladeshi Students in Canadian Universities (PBSCU):
Prospective Bangladeshi Students in Canadian Universities (PBSCU) is the largest non-profit academic counseling organization mainly for Bangladeshi students studying or interested to study (for undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral) in different Canadian Universities.
Singapore Bangladesh Society (SBS):
Singapore Bangladesh Society (SBS) is a Bangladeshi community organization in Singapore. Since its inception, SBS has been working to create a friendship bridge between the people of Singapore and Bangladesh.
Bangladesh Association of Hong Kong (BAHK) :
Bangladesh Association of Hong Kong (BAHK) was founded in October 2003 seeks to promote Bengali culture, art, language, traditions and customs in Hong Kong.
Bangladesh Association of Greater Austin (BAGA) :
Founded in 1971, Bangladesh Association of Greater Austin (BAGA) is a non-profit Bangladeshi community organization endeavors to promote and keep up the affluent cultural heritage, tradition, and language of Bangladesh in Greater Austin.
Bangladesh Association of Chicagoland (BAC) :
Bangladesh Association of Chicagoland (BAC) is a non-profit, non-political, membership-based Bangladeshi Community organization in Chicago, USA.
Bangladesh Engineers' Association Jeddah (BEAJ) :
Bangladesh Engineers' Association (BEA) is an organization of the Bangladeshi Engineers and Architects residing in Saudi Arab particularly in Jeddah.
Bangla Academy is the national academy of Bangladesh established mainly for the advancement of Bangla Language. The Academy was established on the 3rd December, 1955.
Shujan (Shushanar Janniya Nagorik):
Commenced in 2002, Shujan, also known as Shushanar Janniya Nagorik, is a combined group of concerned citizens of Bangladesh associated with view to promoting the true democracy, decentralization, raise voice for practicing the veritable politics, create responsible governance and so on.
Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety:
Founded in 2013, the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety is a joint group of North American companies and retailers formed in order to improve and maintain safety work environment for the Bangladeshi workers in the ready-made garment (RMG) factories.
International Organization for Migration (IOM) – Dhaka :
Bangladesh became one of the members of International Organization for Migration (IOM) on 27 November 1990. A Cooperation Agreement was held between IOM and Bangladesh Government on 2nd February in 1998.
Asiatic Society of Bangladesh:
Asiatic Society of Bangladesh (ASB) is a non-political and non-profit research organization in Bangladesh. The main building of Asiatic Society of Bangladesh is located at Nimtali in Dhaka.
Nazrul Institute is an institute in Bangladesh established after the name of the National Poet of Bangladesh, Kazi Nazrul Islam.
Bangladesh Scouts is the national prime Scouting organization of Bangladesh. The scout movement mainly started in Bangladesh on 22 May 1948 under the establishment of East Pakistan Boy Scout Samity (Association).
Hajj Agencies Association of Bangladesh (HAAB):
Hajj Agencies Association of Bangladesh (HAAB) is the prime organization of Hajj agency owners of Bangladesh. HAAB was established in 2001 by the immense contribution of its former president Dr. Muhammad Faruk.
Bangabandhu International Conference Center:
Bangabandhu International Conference Center (BICC) is the only and first international multi-purpose convention centre in Bangladesh. BICC has 17 (seventeen) venues.
Volunteers Association for Bangladesh (VAB):
Volunteers Association for Bangladesh is non-profit voluntary organization founded in 1998 mainly working for the improvement of the rural children of Bangladesh through quality education.
Spectra Convention Centre:
Spectra Convention Centre is a stylish convention centre located at Gulshan in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The center is unique in its speculation and first in its kind in Bangladesh.
BRAC is a non-governmental and world’s largest development organization. The headquarters of BRAC is located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This Organization was founded in 1972 by Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, a Bangladeshi famous social worker.
Bishwo Shahitto Kendro (BSK):
Bishwo Shahitto Kendro (World Literature Center) is a non-profit and non-political educational and cultural institution in Bangladesh incorporated predominantly to promote the study of literature, reading habits and progressive ideas particularly among the young generations and general public.
Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS):
The Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) is a prominent humanitarian organization in Bangladesh established on 31 March, 1973 by the President Order 26 of 1973. BDRCS is one of the members of the world’s largest humanitarian aid organization, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).
Bangladesh Work Camps Association (BWCA) :
Bangladesh Work Camps Association (BWCA) is a non-governmental, non-political, non-profit voluntary youth organization in Bangladesh.
Jatiyo Sramik Jote (JSJ):
Jatiyo Sramik Jote (JSJ) was formed on 12 October 1969 as an influential trade union hub of the trade unions in Bangladesh working for the well-being of the working people, rights of workers, rights of trade unions, and betterment of living conditions of workers.
Bangladesh National Museum:
Bangladesh National Museum is one of the largest museums in South Asia. It was established on 20 March 1913 as Dhaka Museum and formally opened on 7 August 1913.
Bangladesh Freedom Foundation :
Bangladesh Freedom Foundation (BFF) is an independent and non-profitable grant-making organization in Bangladesh. It was formed as a Trust under the Bangladesh Trust Act 1882 on 18 September 1997.
Liberation War Museum :
The Liberation War Museum (LWM), opened on 22 March 1996, is a museum about the Liberation War of Bangladesh, situated in Segunbagicha, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Halal Bangladesh Services Ltd :
Halal Bangladesh Services Ltd is the first Halal Certification Company in Bangladesh. The Company was incorporated under the Companies Act (Act XVIII) of 1994, and had gotten approbation from the Ministry of Commerce, and registered under the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies and Firms (RJSC), Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh.
Bangladesh Genocide Archive :
Launched on 1st March 2007, Bangladesh Genocide Archive is an online platform that records events, documents, audio, videos, images, paintings, monuments, media reports, website links, and eye-witnesses views of Bangladesh Liberation War.
JAAGO Foundation :
JAAGO Foundation is a non-profit youth-based organization founded by Korvi Rakshand, a Bangladeshi social entrepreneur, on 14 April 2007 in order to break the chain of poverty by dint of education and build an illiteracy free Bangladesh.
Cadet College Club Dhaka :
Cadet College Club, Dhaka is an association of the ex-cadets of the Cadet Colleges of Bangladesh. The idea of forming a social club for the ex-cadets of the Cadet Colleges came in 2002.
British Aid Guest House Association (BAGHA) Club :
The British Aid Guest House Association (BAGHA) Club is one of the nine international clubs in Dhaka providing lots of facilities to its members including swim, gym, tennis, air-conditioned bar, restaurant, wireless internet access, library, playground for children, fresh coffee, chat with the member and more.
JITA Bangladesh :
JITA Bangladesh started its journey in 2012 empowering women, chiefly rural underprivileged women, of Bangladesh through a network of social business enterprises, creating employment opportunities, and approaching access to markets for the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP) consumers.
Dutch Club Dhaka :
Opened in 1978, Dutch Club Dhaka, also a bit known as Netherlands Recreation Centre, is a renowned international club for the Dutch community in Bangladesh located in Gulshan, Dhaka.
Association of Development Agencies in Bangladesh (ADAB):
Association of Development Agencies in Bangladesh (ADAB) is the largest and leading coordinating organization or apex body of the NGOs in Bangladesh. The Organization was established in 1974.
RDRS Bangladesh is a Govt. approved NGO registered under the NGO Affairs Bureau of the Government of Bangladesh. RDRS stands for Rangpur Dinajpur Rural Service. It was established in 1972, immediately after the Liberation War of Bangladesh 1971, to assist the greater Rangpur-Dinajpur region people through relief and rehabilitation program.
Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) :
Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) is the highest governing body of football in Bangladesh. It was founded on 15 July 1972 by Prof. Md. Yousuf Ali, former Education, Culture and Sports Minister of Bangladesh.
BanglaCricket is a cricket site for the Bangladeshi cricket fans.
Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF):
Bangladesh Hockey Federation is the highest governing body of the national hockey sports of Bangladesh. The Federation was formed in 1972, and located in Dhaka. BHF endeavors to promote the standard of hockey all over the country.
Dhaka Mohammedan Sporting Club:
Dhaka Mohammedan Sporting Club (also known as Mohammedan Sporting Club or Mohammedan S.C.) is one of the oldest & renowned sporting clubs in Bangladesh. The Club was formed in 1933, and its headquarters is located in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protishtan (BKSP):
Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protishtan (BKSP) is the national highest sports institute of Bangladesh. The Institute is mostly known as BKSP. Its previous name was Bangladesh Institute of Sports which was established in 1976 as a department of Bangladesh Government.
Bangladesh Golf Federation (BGF):
Bangladesh Golf Federation is the prime association of golf sport of Bangladesh. The Federation was founded in 1998. Its headquarters is located at Kurmitola Golf Club in Dhaka.
National Sports Council (NSC):
National Sports Council (NSC) is the prime sports organization of Bangladesh. It was established in 1972 under the National Sports Council Act- 1974 (which was amended in 1976, 1978 and 1984).
Kurmitola Golf Club:
Kurmitola Golf Club (KGC) is an international-standard Golf Club in Bangladesh. Currently the Club is settled near Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka.
Bangladesh Swimming Federation (BSF):
Bangladesh Swimming Federation (BSF) is the national prime governing body of the swimming sport of Bangladesh. It was formed in 1972 under the National Sports Council (NSC) mainly to promote country’s swimming sport.
Rangpur Golf Club:
Rangpur Golf Club (RGC) is a prominent golf club in greater Rangpur, Bangladesh. Its former name was Rangpur Learner’s Golf Club (RLGC) which was changed to 'Rangpur Golf Club' in the second Executive Committee meeting of RGC.
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB):
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is the prime governing body of Bangladesh Cricket running under the National Sports Council (NSC) Act 1974. BCB was founded on 26 March 1972. Its former name was Bangladesh Cricket Control Board (BCCB).
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