Swapnolok peace valley Subarta Trust has materialised its dream by completing formalities for purchasing land. Twenty individual, Institution or corporate bodies will be the owner of Twenty cottages at village Baniara under Singair upazila first of its kind in Bangladesh. To become a proud owner, please contact: 01819272568, 01722933409 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgSeminar A seminar on problems of senior citizen and its solution was arranged on september 2011 by Subarta Trust at press club auditorium, Dhaka. A detailed discussion was held and valuable suggestions were made for improvement of senior citizens. Eminent personalities and people from all walks of life attended the seminar chaired by Professor Abdullah Abu Sayed. Among others, Golam Dastagir Gazi MP(Member of Parliament), Poet Asad Chowdhury, renowed Businessman Col.(Rtd) Abdus Salam ( Bir Protik) spoke on the occussion. Secretary General of Subarta Trust Mrs. Salina Akhter presented keynote paper and M.E. Choudhury Shamim was the Moderator.Eye operation Eye operation of hundred senior citizens of remote area of Netrokona district was conducted by Subarta Trust in 2011 and early part of 2012 at a free of cost.Publicity in Newspaper News about the activities of Subarta Trust was published in different national dailies in different times. An interview was broadcasted by German Radio with Mrs. Salina Akhter recently.
We are a small group of professionals led by
Ms. Salina Akther, a successful entrepreneur who won the 2001 Daily Star-DHL
outstanding woman in business award. She has set up Subarta’s residential
care facility to provide assisted living arrangements, food, recreation
and geriatric services without any discrimination toward the elderly,
whether it is gender, ethnicity or religion. Subarta Trust is a non-profit
and non-partisan civil organization devoted to the well being of senior
citizens of the country, especially those who are mentally and physically
disabled, and particularly elderly women in need of protection; these
people can be regarded as the most vulnerable among distressed groups.
Currently the Trust is running residential care centres or homes in Dhaka,
Savar and Netrakona.