Donate a glass of milk,children can not sleep hungry


Not an alternative to breastfeeding. Cow milk adds into baby's much needed satisfaction and nutrition.

Milk For Babies

 

Poor nutrition and health conditions raise high child death fear. As a result parents prefer to have more children. Ensuring proper child nutrition we are attracting parents to our child birth control policies which is putting a brake on population bursts in Bangladesh.



We are helping children born in critically vulnerable families with severe poverty. We provide nutrition rich foods especially milk to children under 5 years of age. Our dedicated teams are directly coordinating the program.  We are  regulating the project Milk for Babies with no operating cost. Primarily we have focused in the remote South Asian regions where poverty is a severe curse and is the most important cause of child-malnutrition and death. Poor families therefore prefer to take many children which is why population growth in South Asian regions is so high. E.g., in Bangladesh alone the population grew to 164.4 million (3000 people per sq. mile) in 2010 from 124.3 million in 2001  (32.3% growth), UNFPA report 2010 click. We want to remove the fear of child-death by providing proper nutrition and encouraging families who are volunteering in our Milk for Babies project by receiving milk to take a birth control policy. Our project is therefore also playing vital role in controlling the population growth and raising awareness among the poor families.


How we are coordinating
We have created farms with few milk providing cows in each farm in remote regions.  Fresh milk from these farms is provided daily directly to the children with serious needs. Our Institute is  buying cows, maintains the farms and provide some other basic foods which help the children get proper nutrition and grow normally with the taste of pleasures. One basic encouragement we provide to the parents of a milk receiving child that at the least during enjoying  milk from our farm the family try to adopt our birth control policy (no more child now) to ensure great care of the Institute sponsored child.


This is a very big task. We need your help. Please donate generously into our Milk For Babies project. You can offer monetary help or in any other form.

Sponsor a child. Can$ 80-100 is enough to provide milk for a child for a year.

Even a dollar a day, a week would also be a lot for these children.

You can visit the vulnerable children and see how we can work together. Our team will always be with you.

You can offer your support and ask your friends to forward help in this noble act.


CLDI's goal is to see happy healthy children everywhere on earth.


Small local Farms to provide milk
Besides providing milk directly from our own farms in some of our regional centres we also offer milk buying from local people who run small farms with one or two cows to support their families with children. Most of these farms are owned by vulnerable women and their success in keeping few cows is key to their day to day survival. Buying milk from these women is a huge help for them. Our Institute is not only committed to directly helping people but also to indirectly providing help for those individuals who pursue in settling small support businesses for survival.

Empowering Mothers
We believe that a sustainable development in the process of ensuring proper nutrition among children largely depends on how smartly their parents especially mothers get involved in the process. Besides providing milk from our local farms among children we therefore have taken the following two visionary projects:

Providing Basic Health related Education and Training
Milk for Babies project besides ensuring children's nutrition is playing a vital role in the remote areas to empower mothers by providing them training in child nutrition, basic child care, maternal health and rights, etc.
Our renowned Medical Scientists and Health Professionals have dedicated themselves to provide all logistic supports to regulate the education and trainings to be implemented in the field levels. more


Institute's Farm for Children's Nutrition and Opportunities of Employments
We are working very hard to establish our own small farms with a few milk providing cows in every farm in all it's regional centres. Our whole team, especially coordinators working in the regional centres are strongly maintaining all sorts of healthy environment for every 'Cow Farm for Children's Nutrition'. In these farms reproduction of cows  and continuous addition of new cows, thanks to generous supports of Sponsors, will work in many folds. This is how we shall ensure increased amount of milk year after year for increased number of children being added from the surrounding villages into the milk receiving process, Our Institute will  build a self sustainable mechanism for Children's Nutrition program day by day with fast growth. Increased size of the farms will create necessities to find increased number of care-taking personnel which will be filled with inclusion of mothers and fathers of milk receiving children who are extremely poor indeed. The creation of jobs among the forgotten people in these remote regions will just make these families financially independent which eventually will help the Institute to see more and more milk receiving children  of these Farm employees to be volunteering by resigning from free milk receiving process. This will create rooms for other needy children to be entering into the milk receiving process. With the generous help of sponsors our Institute will continuously ensure increased supports for Children's Nutrition to find a self sustainable strength in its action phases which will help eliminate the curse of child malnutrition and chronic human poverty.



A cow in the farms costs Can$ 800-1000.  We buy local cows from regional markets.






































Executive Committee


Md. Ashrafuzzaman, D.Sc.

in charge

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Tel: +1 780 428 8331

Email: ashraf@childlifedev.ca


Dr. Jeannette Martin, Ph.D., RSW

Advisor

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Tel: +1 780 474 2974

Email: martin@childlifedev.ca

 

Abdul Matin

Member

Johannesburg, South Africa

Tel: +27 113338313


Kh. Aminul Haque Loton

Member

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Email: aminul@childlifedev.ca

 

Shameem Khan

Counselor

Neuchatel, Switzerland


Hassan Khan

Member

Neuchatel, Switzerland

Email: hassan.khan@bluewin.ch

 

Md. Mizanur Rahman, P. Eng.

Counselor

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Email: mrahman94@yahoo.com


Md Mahsin, M.S.

Counselor

Madrid, Spain

Email: md_mahsin@hotmail.com


Md. Mizanur Rahman, M.S.

Counselor

London, U.K.

Email: mizanbg@yahoo.com

 


Bagerhat Centre in operation


Monoara Khatun, M.A., B.Ed.

Chief Coordinator


Akram Hossain, Writer, Drama and Film Director

Advisor


Sk. Zahidul Islam, B.A.

in charge, Cow farm for milk


Ms. Luna

Coordinator and Milk Provider



Satkhira Centre in operation


Mohammad Moslem Ali, M.A.

Chief Coordinator, Satkhira Centre


Tasmina Khatun, B.A. student

Coordinator and Milk Provider


Ms Marufa, B.A. student

Coordinator and Milk Provider
















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Milk from our own farms is provided for children. Every baby drinks quarter litre fresh milk daily in our Bangladesh project where 30 million children severely suffer from poverty (UNICEF 2010 click).

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