Health This aspect encompasses a wide spectrum, but our focus will primarily be on maternal health and adolescent girls’
sexual reproductive health. We believe that every mother should maintain a healthy diet during their pregnancy.
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Oral Hygiene Dental hygiene is a big problem in least developed countries. Many communities, especially rural,
suffer from poor dental education and insufficient access to proper dental care.
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Water & Sanitation The access to groundwater in our focus areas such as Bangladesh is vital to many communities. In some rural villages,
nearby streams are used for everything, including washing – making drinking stream water not viable.
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Poverty Alleviation Our charity’s focus is to prevent and relief poverty as much as we can. We understand that poverty cannot be eliminated completely from the planet
earth in near future or even for the foreseeable future, but our combined efforts and support will ease the struggle of survivals for many.
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Women Empowerment Many communities across the globe are hidden under a world-spanning blanket, where issues such as women’s employment is at threat
and even outpaces that of their male counterparts, exacerbated by the Covid-19 crisis.
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About Our Organisation

We are on a mission to build a better and fairer world

Care Across Communities (CAC) is grassroots, back-to-basics charity focusing on developing communities in least developed countries.

Care Across Communities (CAC) was founded in 2021, based on the vision of a better and fairer world. We are registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales as a completely not-for-profit charitable organisation.

Care Across Communities (CAC) comprises of a group of passionate individuals from different communities across the world. We want to use our strength of diversity to care for communities. With hubs in places like Bangladesh, Uganda and Kenya, our vision is to provide resources to communities in villages and cities so they can combat the consequences of poverty – from eliminating hunger to children’s education.

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Our Events & Activities

Facilitating Safe Water in Rural Areas of Bangladesh

  Bangladesh – one of the most densely populated countries - has plentiful water sources, but these are subject to constant pollution. A combination of climate change influenced natural disasters,...
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Education Support – Lots of excitement and smiles in the air!

A special delivery of school supplies where given to the children in Sreemmangal, Bangladesh. Such gifts have been sent out to 120 children of the marginalised Shabdakar (also known as...
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Small Charity Week 2022: Our Reflection

Care across Communities (CAC) is proud to celebrate the Small Charity Week, UK (June 20-24, 2022). Small charities make a significant contribution to bringing positive changes across the world, and...
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Our Impact Stories, Researches & Reports

Rural women empowerment in Bangladesh

Following on from our ‘rural women empowerment scheme’ last month, here is a case study of one of our beneficiaries, Saija Begum. Saija lives in the village of Paikan, a deeply rural area in the Rangpur district of Bangladesh. She is the wife of Toyob Ali and cares for a family of six. What we would find idyllic, she would...
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A story of indigenous girl: How Care Across Communities has been supporting her during the pandemic

Shanchita Tripura, a student of class 4 at ‘Shantiraj Primary School’ which is situated in Thanchi upazila of Bandarban district, Bangladesh.  Sanchita belongs to the ‘Tripura’ community which is an indigenous/ tribal community in Bangladesh.  Due to ceaseless school closure because of Covid-19, students like Shanchita are deprived from education and schooling as school is unable to connect with students...
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Skill development and empowerment: A journey to alleviate poverty on a sustainable way

Chittagong Hill Tracts are located in the south-eastern part of Bangladesh and consist of three hilly districts: Rangamati, Bandarban & Khagrachori. There are more than fifteen indigenous tribes (Marma, Rakhine, Mro, Murang, Bawm, Khyang, Tripura, Lushei, Khumi, Chak, Kuki, Chakma, and Tanchanga) living in these areas. Due to various socio- economic reasons and limited scopes, many of them embrace cultivation...
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