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Anupama Mitra
Founder & ED

Anupama Mitra, the executive director of AMUS, Involved with NGO activities from 1983 and worked with Baste Shikha, CCDP, BNFP, BRAC, USC Canada, German Embassy, HEED Bangladesh, Ministry of Family Planning, Ministry of Public Administration, UNDP, etc. participated in 70 training courses in the country. Attended 3600 seminars, workshops, and conferences. Already done 115 projects in planning, managing, administering, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation. Have planned, arranged, and conducted more than 1600 training courses of different trades and types, including handicrafts, professional skills, and vocational skills development. have a specialty in poverty alleviation, human development, socio-economic development, education, professional and vocational skills development, and job placement. Also have communication with related stakeholders, donors, and government departments.

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Who We Are

AMUS is a national NGO and is permitted to work throughout Bangladesh. It was established in 1991 with the aim of establishing the poor and vulnerable women and children in society by making them capable and self-sufficient through building capacity, institutions, capital, utilization of local resources, and implementing felt-need-based problem solving programs. involving the necessary skilled, trained, and experienced staff.

We believe in a holistic approach to development, intervention, and programs that address immediate needs as well as ensuring future sustainability of the development. The programs utilize a combination of activities from the core development areas of social and human rights development, economic development, and welfare development to meet beneficiaries’ needs.

Regular group meetings, seminars, and workshops play a significant role in group development. Groups meet fortnightly for savings mobilization and capacity building. After these training activities and access to IGA activities, group members are provided micro-credit for attaining self-sufficiency and reliance. Education is the cornerstone of AMUS programs. Women and children are given life-oriented skills education.

Some of AMUS Contribution


5.67 million people have access to health services.


64,800 children have been educated by completing their primary education.


5,600 adolescent girls and boys completed ICT education.


1,10,000 males and females are empowered by being involved in income-generation activities.


20,500 needy people got housing support.


230 child marriages have been defended.


1,20,000 adult people completed adult education.

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Provide Awesome Training With AMUS

Dress making & tailoring

90 Days program

We are in contact with different organizations like the Department of Women’s Affairs to receive tailoring training and involve them in income-generating activities by involving different tailoring shops, clothes shops, etc. It has also placed related jobs for the trained trainees by providing micro-credit support with the link of a micro-credit support provider organization.

Certificate course on Sewing

30 days program

AMUS has provided 30 days of training to the youth, girls, and women on sewing. After receiving the training, trainees prepared the Nokshikatha, bed sheet, wall mat, kushun cover, three pieces, panjabi, etc. in their house. Some of them also develop entrepreneurial skills. AMUS also provides them with continuous technical support to continue their income-generating activities.

Poultry farming training

7 days program

We provide seven days of training on poultry farming to members of vulnerable groups. After the training, AMUS provides technical support to the trainees as well as helping them get economic support from the different economic support provider organizations.

Project done by AMUS

Basic Literacy Project

Season (2019-2021)

Donor: Bureau of Non Formal Affairs.


  • Survey, learners selection, motivation, awareness raising,
  • Learners group formation and savings accumulation,
  • Weekly meetings and discussion circles,
  • Professional skills development training,
  • Capacity-building training, seminars, rallies, and observations
  • Extra-curriculum activities,
  • Cultural functions, day observations, games and sports, etc.
  • Latrine and tube well installation in education centers

Out of School Children Education Program

Season (2020-2023)

Donor: Ministry of Primary and Mass Education


  • Staff and teachers’ skills development training,
  • Capacity-building training, seminars, workshops, etc.
  • Professional skills development training,
  • Adolescents and adult education,
  • Primary health and nutrition education,
  • Center committee formation and arrange weekly meetings,
  • Education center construction
AMUS Sexual harassment

The Policy Statement Of AMUS

AMUS is committed to providing a safe environment for all its employees free from discrimination on any ground and from harassment at work, including sexual harassment. AMUS will operate a zero tolerance policy for any form of sexual harassment in the workplace, treat all incidents seriously, and promptly investigate all allegations of sexual harassment. Any person found to have sexually harassed another will face disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal from employment. All complaints of sexual harassment will be taken seriously and treated with respect and confidence. No one will be victimized for making such a complaint.

Vision and Mission Of AMUS


An equitable, democratic, and pollution-free society, Established and empowered poor and vulnerable women in society by developing a generation. Free from discrimination, any kind of exploitation, and poverty.


Create self-financed, self-employed, and self-empowered communities with increased capabilities by providing need-based services and supports like microfinance, agriculture, housing, protection of human rights, health, sanitation, education, HIV/AIDS prevention, etc.

Donors of AMUS



Contact Info

226, Nillgong Tatipara, Jessore, Bangladesh.