Plan is an international humanitarian, child-centered development organization with no religious. political or government affiliations working in 66 countries across the globe with its headquarters in the UK. Plan works with over one million children, their families and communities in 48 developing countries around the world, implementing projects at the grass root and national level in health, education, water and sanitation, income generation and cross cultural communication. Plan is registered with the United Nations following recognition in 1989 and has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council and UNICEF.
Plan is an equal opportunities employer As an international child-centered development organization, committed to the wellbeing of children and to supporting the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Plan does not tolerate child abuse.
Plan Bangladesh has a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Revitalization of Community Health Care Initiatives in Bangladesh, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare for revitalizing the Community Clinics and Community Clinic Management Groups (CCMGs). This MoU is signed for four years beginning from July 2010 and commits Plan Bangladesh for implementing 'Upazila Approach' and strengthening capacity of the CCMGs to support a sustainable primary health care system. To implement this initiative we require: