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Sylhet Jubo Academy

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SJA is a Bangladeshi-origin non-profit private voluntary development organization aiming to provide sustainable measures to improve the conditions of deprived people, especially women and children.

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SJA’S  Programs

SJA has 32 years of experience working effectively across all seven divisions of the country. The organization focuses its efforts on Human Rights, particularly ending Gender-Based Violence (GBV), promoting Good Governance, fostering Children’s Development, combating diseases such as STDs, HIV/AIDS, and malnutrition, addressing social issues like poverty, illiteracy, and unemployment, and tackling challenges related to disability, Health, family planning, environment, and climate change, as well as water resource management, water, and sanitation. SJA’s work contributes to achieving 9 out of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Health and Nutrition

Since last 28 years of experience in this arena and gain in good numbers of project ...

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STI-HIV/AIDS Prevention

Since 1998 SJA has incorporated STI-HIV/AIDS prevention program in the Sylhet city ...

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SJA has been given the highest priority to the Slum children education programs. 

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  SJA’S vision

SJA’s vision is to build a society free from poverty, hunger, illiteracy and all forms of discrimination based on gender and ethnicity. SJA dreams of a society that the disadvantaged, discriminated and excluded communities enjoy a life with all rights.

 SJA’S mission

SJA’s mission is to establish a well-organized community by accommodating socially excluded populations, fostering the development of healthy, literate individuals who are motivated and empowered to improve their socioeconomic status.


Prompt response to natural disasters

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Prompt response to natural disasters

Water Pollution
  • January 11, 2023
Emergency Flood Response
Special Program
  • January 11, 2021
Emergency Response to Covid-19