About 40 former garment workers and their children created sculptures at our art workshop day. Each one tells an individual story of survival. Read More
Medical insurance for those who need it most
These single mums have it tough - but at least they get help with their hospital bills. Read more
Children's Recreation Day
Children left orphaned by the tragedy are encouraged to take part in the fun games and educational activities at Children's Day. Read More
Adult literacy education
Learning to read and write gives survivors the fundamental skills necessary for continued learning and better job prospects in the future. Read More
Supplementary food for mothers with babies
Workers pregnant at the time of the collapse receive basic food items every month for themselves and their babies. Read More
Cutting and tailoring classes
Meena provides new skills to survivors for their future prosperity and to improve their chance of finding sustainable employment. Read More
Meena has established a community house in Savar, Bangladesh. A place where women learn to read and write and getting skill training. Children getting support to home work and enjoying singing, dancing, drama, art and sport activities.
Danish Ambassador and North South University Pro Vice Chancellor opened exhibition of sculptures by former garment workers and paintings by SHAKO
The exhibition presented sculptures created by Meena women and Rana Plaza survivors.