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VD-MainSOJAG brought out a colorful rally in celebration of the Victory Day. About 200 staff of SOJAG participated in the rally that started from Kalampur to the Jatiyo Smriti Shoudho and from there to Dhantara Branch. After a brief stopover for breakfast the rally proceeded on to Kawlipara Branch via Kushura High School and Bazar. The celebration was rounded off with a cultural show at Kawlipara.



A 5-member delegation from OGAKI UNESCO Association, Japan visited SOJAG from November 23-26. During their stay they visited Dhantara and Kawlipara Branches of SOJAG and its Head Office at Shailan. SOJAG and OAU have a long history of partnership. It has been providing technical assistance and cooperation in running and implementing the Pre-School Program. It should also be mentioned that OAU also provided assistance in the rehabilitation of the Savar Rana Plaza affected victims and families.

The members included Mr. Midori Kon, Ms. Nobuko Yamada, Ms. Kimiko Takayam, Mr. Keiichi Asano and Mr. Yasuhaki Nishiwaki.


A Work-Plan session was organized on November 9 with the senior staff of SOJAG. Mr. Fazlul Kader, Deputy Managing Director, PKSF was also present. Mr. Kader also met and had discussions with farmer representatives on various issues related to agriculture and livestock programs. The participants put forward a number of suggestions for his consideration.

  1. The loan for cow-fattening should be for one year. Experiences have shown that raising livestock with the Qurbani Eid in view have not been that profitable. If the time span for the loan is extended farmers will have the choice of selling off their cattle whenever the market is favorable yielding more profit.
  2. Loans for Milking Cows should be for at least 3 years. Usually a cow produces adequate milk for about 3-4 years. Thus it would be possible for a farmer to pay loan instalments from the sale proceeds of milk and the calves, if required.
  3. In order to encourage farmers to take up mini livestock farming, loans for setting up such mini farms should be for 5 years which would provide the farmers enough leeway and freedom to pay back loans fully.


SOJAG_AGM2013The Annual General Meeting of SOJAG General Body was held on Friday, November 01, 2013 at its Headquarters located in Shailan, Dhamrai, Dhaka. Twenty two out of 25 members attended the meeting. The Director of SOJAG, Mr. Abdul Matin, apprised the members about the development and other activities of SOJAG and also the planned activities to be undertaken in the coming year. One milestone activity to be undertaken is the establishment of the Community Radio Station on its own property located in Kalampur, a bustling market area a few kilometers from Dhamrai Upazila and Shailan.


In an effort to bring diagnostic services closer to the reach and to provide routine pathological tests for the villagers in and around Shailan, SOJAG has established a Pathological Lab housed in SOJAG Headquarters. The Lab performs routine blood and other tests including ECG at affordable costs. This facility was established in response to popular and felt need of the common people of locality. 






Press Release / Notice

SOJAG Annual Report for 2015-16 has been published. To obtain a copy please email "info@sojag.org".