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Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD) Providing Free Study Support

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Few months ago, our Executive Director was taking class on business Thought development, topic was how to setup own aim/career. There were many guest trainees, along with permanent trainees and other members of Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD). Delowar Hussein was also there, he enjoyed this class and get motivated from the class he decided to start his study again, as he left study in class five, if he gets support (study and financial). On that time our Executive Director announced that Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD) will provide him with all types of support. Now his is continuing his study, and he will get admit in class 5 on January.


About Delowar Hussein

A 17 years old boy named Md. Delowar Hussein, lives in a village named Chandbill. His father Md. Israil Hussein is a poor farmer and his mother named Marzia, (housewife). Delowar feels the heat of poverty in his beginning days. That’s why he had to stop his education life in class 5. To meet up his daily necessity he had to join many occupations in his early age. He worked as a bicycle mechanic for 1 year in Mina Cycle Store, as a nut seller for 4 years, as a day labor for 1 year etc. Now a day he is working as a building construction labor when our Executive Director asked him on that class why he stopped his study, he cried out and told his sad experience about his straggling life. Their financial condition was too bad. His father could not able to pay his study costs.


His family environment also was not much supportive for his study. But he is very much eager to study again. Now Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD) providing all the support, study cost etc. He is attending classes on the evening after completing his building construction works. He already completed class 1, 2, 3 national curriculum books, now studying class 4’s books, and then will admit on class 5. On January he will get himself admitted on school in class 5.


After completing his study (at least Higher Secondary Certificate), he wants to be a freelancer or will start own business. He doesn’t want to be a service holder; he likes to work independently, so he prefers freelancing most.

Delowar’s thinking about Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD)

Delowar wises that if this organization can help many people like him that will be great. He also thinks there must be an organization like Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD) in every village. So that others can get free training and supports to overcome their poverty. He appreciated the organization for bringing new light and dew of new hope.


Other Study Supports

Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD) is also providing study support to Sohel and Taifur. Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD) is providing them motivational supports and study supports. Those are working as a freelancer on the market places. Hope they can educate others as well.

Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD) Providing Financial Support to Tushar

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TusarHirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD) also involves their services to different social welfare projects also. We support different jobless people to make them self-sufficient, in this way we provided financial support to Tushar. We provided financial support to start telecom business, he started business named “Tushar Telecom”, he is selling SIMs, handsets, handset covers, balance refills, cash transfers etc. we provided him almost 340,000 Taka, in Dollar $4,500. He is earning 40,000-50,000 Taka per month; he already started to refund our money.

Tushar is son of Habibur Rahman (businessman, a small business owner) and Kulshon Banu (housewife). He lives in Chandbill, our village. Tushar stopped his study in class 9, for financial problem. He was working as a day labor/assistant of a fisherman. We pulled him from there and convinced him to start his own business, so that he can get finest opportunity to build up his career as well as can support his family. Essentially we liked his honesty, dedication and reliability.

After getting funds from us, he rented a shop in Kolar Mor, Chandbill, Amjhupi. He started his business with balance refills, after getting profit now he is selling SIMs, handsets, handset covers, cash transfer etc.

Now he is earning 40,000-50,000 taka per month, in dollar $560-$660. We provided that money without any condition, but there was a hidden condition that is if he gains profit he has to refund that money to Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD). On this condition he started to refund those funds, we are filling our funds to donate another people. We think we can change many fates, the fact is that funds become the problem of all time for us bit we are determined we can support many! Best wishes for Tushar and Tushar Telecom.

Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD) Donated to Tornado Affected Families and Mosque

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Recently Chandbill (our village) was affected by tornado, 25-50 people injured, 250-300 houses damaged. Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD) collected funds from different place and donated them 33,325 Taka, in Dollar $433 and provided that money to affected families and affected Mosque.

On October 14, 2013, at 12:23 AM (approximately) our village Chandbill was affected by tornado. More than 100 trees and several electric poles were uprooted. 25-50 people injured, some were seriously injured, and nine of them were admitted to Meherpur General Hospital. At least 250-300 houses were damaged. Meherpur District Deputy Commissioner marked 323 affected families. More than hundreds of people were forced to take shelter under open sky after the tornado hit. Newly created “Baitun Noor Jam e Mosque” was also seriously damaged. All news media covered that news to their hot news section, read details news: The Daily Star, New Age, and Prime News.

Hirok Foundation (formerly Unique Soft BD) was officially closed for three days. All members were busy with collecting moneys from different people and different place. After three days of collection, total collection was 33,325 Taka in Dollar $433. We would like to handover all those money to our local leader to distribute those. That money was distributed to affected families and Mosque. Our donation news also covered by our Local daily newspaper named “Matha Bhanga”, Read details news.