the organization mainly works on water and sanitation of slum people of 12 no ward, khalishpur, khulna in Bangladesh. it provides several related services like repairing and setting up wells and toilet and bathroom. it gives sanitary napkin among the unconscious women and also gives water purification tablet. It teaches the little children the write way of hand wash.
Brighter Dawns provides impact driven results which are powerful not only to the people it serves, but also exciting for its donors, board members, and volunteers. This rising organization focuses on sustainable development and steady growth through hard work and creative strategies.
The non profit is directly engaged in sustainable health and education program development which is rare for a non profit with such young leadership. This is why this non profit is so unique because it spreads this important message of sustainability and community collaboration among the next generation of international development leaders. And it spreads the word about these issues among the non profit world and the the people whom they collaborate and serve.
As Director of Wesleyan University's Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship, I have had the pleasure of supporting numerous young changemakers and early stage social enterprises, and Tasmiha Khan and Brighter Dawns are among the stars. Tasmiha's tenacity and vision are emblematic of a successful social entrepreneur, and Brighter Dawns has the potential to tackle a critical problem with an innovative idea that could lead to scalable, lasting impact.
Tasmiha worked in the Wesleyan University Library office as a student, and she spoke often to me about establishing Brighter Dawns and how they could grow the organization. Tasmiha is a very good motivator, and passionate about improving health conditions in Bangladesh. I have seldom met anyone with the drive, intelligence and dedication to a cause that Tasmiha has.
Tasmiha has drawn to the organization a wonderful team of energetic, committed young people, who are building an organization with real impact. The result has been a growing organization that is making a difference for people with very little access to clean water and health care. I support Brighter Dawns and wholeheartedly recommend it!
Brighter Dawns is the inspiration of one woman, but it has the potential to affect the lives of hundreds, if not thousands of women in Bangladesh. Tasmiha Kahn's vision is to promoting a human right: access to clean potable drinking water, and a secure private place for women to both wash themselves and their clothes, will lead to healthier lives for women and children, and promote the rights of women. Tasmiha Kahn's inspiration is already becoming concrete in some of the worst slums in Bangladesh and bringing smiles and hope to hundreds of women. By engaging the women of the area in their own future and working with them to insure that whatever plans are put in place come from them, Ms. Kahn is helping these women to help themselves - a very powerful form of aid that will surely endure.
Ms. Kahn's vision, energy and commitment are not unique among young people wanting to make a difference in the lives of others less fortunate than themselves. What makes Ms, Kahn's Brighter Dawns unique is the methods she uses: engagement of the women who will be most affected. They now have ownership of the wells and the washing facilities - and it will be much harder to take that away from them!
I had the pleasure of working with the Brighter Dawns group as they prepared to produce their video programming. A wonderful, thoughtful, and focused group of students making a difference in their world. My hats are off to them! Please support their cause.
I recently started volunteering with Brighter Dawns this summer, and even though I've only assisted in a few projects, the amount of work done by this organization was not only mindblowing but also heartwarming. The research, effort and time put into helping the slums of Bangladesh, specifically in Khulna, not only portrayed the poor conditions but also portrayed to me that help needed to be given, which Brighter Dawns has strived to done. I am extremely proud of the work I have done with the organization as well as the work the organization has done as a whole, and I hope to continue volunteering with this organization for years to come.