Subarta’s larger vision is to introduce holistic CARE services with accessibility and affordability to every person and establish the CARE sciences in Bangladesh.
Through Selina’s vision to establish at least one major elderly care centre in every district, and develop smaller units of elderly care centres in more remote and rural areas which includes –
Shogonbari in every Unions that will ensure beneficiaries access to first aid, primary care training, minimum care facility and access to care information centre.
Shopnopuri in every Zila and Upazila level that will ensure beneficiaries access to first aid, secondary care training and facility and complete access to care information centre.
Simultaneously, to influence the quality and standards of care in the country, Subarta is also trying to work with the Government to create construction mandates for establishing elderly care facilities, specific building codes in all major housing developments, residential and commercial facilities, and ensuring adequate policies are in tandem to the work Subarta wants the care industry to establish.
Currently, medical science is merged with elderly care, which means care is only looked at from a medical standpoint. Subarta’s work over the last two decades has given clear insights that CARE has physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social aspects that must be part of the system. Subarta’s extended vision is to establish a new sector called CARE sciences that introduces – CARE: Education, Institute, Property and Finance.