2024 List of NNGO/LNGO in Cox’s Bazar District Bangladesh

List of NGOs in Cox’s Bazar District, Bangladesh

There are many NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) operating in Bangladesh, working in various fields such as healthcare, education, human rights, poverty alleviation, disaster relief, and more. Some of the well-known NGOs in Bangladesh include BRAC, Grameen Bank, Save the Children, Oxfam, World Vision, and others.

 National Non-Governmental Organization (NNGO)

A National Non-Governmental Organization (NNGO) is a type of non-profit organization that operates within a specific country and focuses on serving a particular cause or set of causes at the national level. NNGOs work independently of government control and are typically funded by donations, grants, and other forms of support from individuals, corporations, and other organizations. They are involved in a wide range of activities, including advocacy, research, direct services, and community building, and they play an important role in addressing social and environmental issues within a country.

Local Non-Governmental Organization (LNGO)

A Local Non-Governmental Organization (LNGO) is a type of non-profit organization that operates at the local level within a specific community or region. LNGOs work independently of government control and are focused on addressing the needs and issues of a particular community or region. They typically provide direct services, engage in advocacy and community building, and support community-based initiatives. Like other types of non-profits, LNGOs are typically funded by donations, grants, and other forms of support from individuals, corporations, and other organizations. The work of LNGOs is essential in promoting and addressing local needs and issues, and they play a critical role in the development and well-being of communities.

01. Alliance for Cooperation and Legal Aids Bangladesh (AKLAB)

The Alliance for Cooperation and Legal Aid Bangladesh (ACLAB) is a non-profit organization established in 1987. It is recognized by the NGO Affairs Bureau and the Department of Social Services of the Bangladesh government, and it began its operations by providing relief to flood victims in 1988. Today, ACLAB operates in various districts throughout Bangladesh, including Cox's Bazar, Dhaka, Barishal, Jessore, Jhenidah, Lalmonirhat, among others. The organization has 35 project offices and employs 905 regular and project staff members, as well as 160 volunteers. ACLAB implements programs in various areas, including health and nutrition, poverty reduction, illiteracy reduction, disaster preparedness, life skills and vocational education and training, disaster risk reduction, health and WASH, women and child protection, human trafficking, human rights, good governance, and legal aid. It has a strong network and maintains positive relationships with government and non-government organizations, as well as participating in national and international forums.

Address: Teknaf Sadar, Upazila: Teknaf District: Cox’s Bazar

02. Association for Socio-Economic Advancement of Bangladesh (ASEAB)

The Association for Socio-Economic Advancement of Bangladesh (ASEAB) is a non-government organization in Bangladesh. ASEAB aims at improving the living standard of the under-privileged and bringing about a qualitative

Address in Cox’s Bazar: Vill : Nidania, Post : Inani, Upazila : Ukhiya, District : Coxs Bazar. 
E-mail pm.aseab.pabna@gmail.com or jahangir.aseab@gmail.com
Phone No.   01747040971 01718100640

03. Bhalu khali Nabarun Sangstha- BNS

Bhalu khali Nabarun Sangstha (BNS), also known as Bhalu khali Nabarun Society, is a non-government organization in Bangladesh. 

BNS complex, Middle Bhalukhali, Shajanu palli , East balukhli, Ukhiya cox’s bazaar.
Email- ukhiyabnscox1156@gma il.com.Cell: 01720657620, 01862777876

04. COAST Trust (Coastal Association for Social Transformation Trust)

COAST is an NGO that evolved from a ten-year project of an international NGO starting in 1998. It was initially located in the southern part of Bhola island at the junction of the mighty rivers Ganges and Bramhaputra in one of the world's most dangerous cyclone zones. The nationalization process that took place from 1994-1997 aimed to reduce overhead costs, increase capacity and coverage, empower beneficiaries to become active partners in development initiatives, and establish a board for local accountability. 

House#75, Road # 02, Light House R/A, Kalatoli, Cox’s Bazar 
website: www.coastbd.net info.coast@gmail.com Phone: (Cox’s Bazar office) +88 0341-63186, Dhaka Office:+88 02 58150082/ 9120358/ 9118435/ 9126131

05. Community Development Centre (CODEC)

The Community Development Centre (CODEC) is a non-government organization in Bangladesh. The name suggests that the organization is focused on promoting community development, which can encompass a wide range of activities including poverty reduction, education, health, job training, infrastructure development, and other initiatives aimed at improving the standard of living and overall well-being of communities in Bangladesh. 

CODEC, Luiciana Building ( 2nd floor), South Baharchara, New Circuit house road, Cox’s bazar

06. Gonoshasthay a Kendra (GK)

Gonoshasthay Kendra (GK) is a non-government organization in Bangladesh. Based on the name, it is likely that the organization is focused on health and healthcare issues, as "gonoshasthay" translates to "health center" in Bengali.

40/A Muktijodha Sarani, Saimon Road, Baharchara, Cox`s Bazar. E-mail: nasimaphysio@gmaiil.com, Phone: 0171770702145

07. Jago Nari Unnayon Sangsta (JNUS)

Jago Nari Unnayon Sangstha (JNUS) is a non-government organization in Bangladesh. "Jago" means "awaken" in Bengali and "nari" refers to "women". "Unnayon" translates to "empowerment" in Bengali. Based on these words, JNUS is likely to be an organization that works towards empowering women in Bangladesh. This could encompass a wide range of initiatives including education, job training, healthcare, legal aid, and more.

East Merungloa, Ramu, Cox’s Bazar. 
Phone: +88- 01823929075, +88- 01674169443 Email: jagonariunnayon@gmail.com

08. Jalalabad Foundation

BGB Road, Islamabad, Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar. Cell: 01882445269, 01920719435, 01911131869 Email: gazianamahmedbd@gmail. com

09. Mukti Cox’s Bazar

After devastating cyclone in 1991 Advocate Sujit Kumar Chowdhury, Professor Someswar Chakravorty, Advocate Shibu Lal Debdas, Dr. M.A. Hosen and some teachers, lawyers, social workers came together and started relief and rehabilitation works for cyclone affected shelter less people of Cox’s Bazar district with their own contribution and collected fund from the community. At that time they have distributed dry food and ORS to affected people for one month and constructed 500 low cost houses for shelter less families. After that they have established a school for providing primary education to vulnerable children. And finally they have started development activities formally through MUKTI Cox’s Bazar with the view of serving the poor community mainly underprivileged women for getting rid of illiteracy, unawareness, poverty and prejudice in 1st January 1996

Sarada Bhaban, Goldighirpar, Cox’s Bazar Email: mukticox@yahoo.com Phone: 0341-62558; + 88-01716056146


West Laharpara, Nearby Uttaran Housing Kalatali by Pass Road, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Telephone + Fax # 0088-0341- 51641, Cell Phone # 01818-067706
E-mail: nongor.org@gmail.com, website: www.nongor.org
Telephone + Fax # 0088-0341- 51641,
Cell Phone # 01818-067706

11. Ornab Cox’s Bazar

Aman Ullah mansion, Bypass road, Bus Terminal, Coxsbazar. E-mail: ornabcoxsbazar@gmail.co m, Cell: 01857740124, 01812433382


Bypass Road, Jhilongja, Cox’s Bazar Phalscox@yahoo.com,phalsad m@gmail.com 01811-624610,01824-538386

13. Society For Health Extension and Development (SHED)

J. S Bhaban, 118, shaheed shoroni Road, Cox’s Bazar Cell: 01819323896 , Email: umra1945@gmail.com

14. Social Assistance and Rehabilitation for the Physically Vulnerable (SARPV)

Address in Cox’s Bazar: SARPV disability Center, Al-Bayan Road, Link Road, Cox’s Bazar E-mail ID: sarpv.dhaka@gmail.com, sarpvcox91@gmail.com Phone No.:

15. WAIT N.`C’ 

(Stand for W=we; A=Address; I=Integrated; T=Three; N=Noble; C=Change; C=Challenge; C=Continue for sustainable development),
Hotel Al-hera Complex, Jhawtola, Main Road, Cox’sBazar. E-mail: waitnc.org@gmail.com, Phone # 01819-507175, 01876382950.

16. YPSA (Young Power in Social Action)

325, (1st Floor) Sayeman Road, Baharchara, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. khaledasp2@gmail.com Phone: 01911-755426

17. International Rescue Committee (IRC)

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is a global humanitarian organization that provides emergency aid and long-term assistance to refugees and other displaced people affected by war, conflict, and natural disasters. The organization was founded in 1933 at the request of Albert Einstein, with the aim of assisting people fleeing Nazi persecution in Europe. The IRC works in over 40 countries around the world, providing a range of services including emergency relief, health care, education, economic support, and protection. The organization places a particular emphasis on the needs of women and children, and is committed to promoting the rights and dignity of all those it serves.

18. Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development ACTED

Created in 1993, ACTED is an international non-governmental organization pursuing a dual mandate of emergency response and development interventions in 40 of some of the world’s most vulnerable countries affected by conflicts, disasters, or socio-economic hardship. With a team of 7,000 national staff and 400 international staff, ACTED implements 500 projects a year to support more than 20 million beneficiaries, notably in hard-to-reach areas. In Bangladesh, ACTED started its activities in 2017 in order to respond to the Rohingya Refugee Crisis in the sector of Site Management, Disaster Risk Reduction, Community Based Protection,Information Management, Drain Monitoring & Intervention, Emergency Preparedness Response in the Camps of the Kutupalong-Balukhali Expansion Site, Cox’s Bazar.

Job opportunities in NGOs in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh

NGOs in Bangladesh offer a variety of job opportunities, including but not limited to:
  • Project Manager
  • Program Officer
  • Field Coordinator
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
  • Community Development Worker
  • Humanitarian Affairs Officer
  • Communications Officer
  • Financial Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Technical Specialist (Health, Education, Environment, etc.)

These job opportunities may require different levels of education and experience, and the specific requirements may vary depending on the NGO and the position.

You can search for job opportunities in NGOs in Bangladesh on websites such as:
  • bdjobs - Bdjobs.com is the first and popular job searching news portal in Bangladesh
  • UNjobs.org - a database of job openings in the United Nations and other international organizations
  • BRAC.net - the website of the largest development organization in Bangladesh
  • ReliefWeb.int - a leading source for reliable and timely humanitarian information on global emergencies and disasters
  • Devex.com - a global platform for development professionals to connect and find job opportunities
  • HumanitarianJob.com - a job board dedicated to the humanitarian and development sector.
You may also consider contacting NGOs directly to inquire about any current or upcoming job opportunities.


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