Established in 1972 to assist with relief and rehabilitation of greater Rangpur-Dinajpur region immediately following the War of Independence of Bangladesh in 1971, the RDRS program evolved into a sectoral then comprehensive effort. Formerly the Bangladesh field program of the Geneva-based Lutheran World Federation/Department for World Service, RDRS became a national development organization in 1997.
A just and peaceful society where citizens live in dignity, freed from poverty, distress and ignorance in a sustainable environment.
RDRS works with the poor and their organizations in order to build their capacity to advance their empowerment; create resilience to withstand adversity; and improve access to opportunities for the poor to realize decent lives free from poverty and distress.
Long-standing commitment to empowerment.
Equality and participation.
Integrity, dedication, and professionalism.
Responsibility, accountability and transparency.
RDRS is governed by a Board of Trustees comprising leading actors from the humanitarian sector in Bangladesh. Its programs run by a Management Committee consisted of senior staff members. Regular co-ordination meetings are held involving management and supervisory staff from across RDRS.
Staff at Rangpur Dinajpur Rural Service (RDRS) Bangladesh have experience in
monitoring / evaluation
save the children international
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