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Pre-School & ICT Project


Willworth Corporation Pre-school education for the economically poor families’ children


WWC foundation started its education program in 2013 with inclusive education of disable children initially through 03 centers. Over the period WWC includes adult education, non-formal primary education and basic education for the children involved in hazardous work place in its Education program. At present WWC is implementing two projects for Pre-school education for the economically poor families’ children and Special Education for Children with Disability.


Most of the people of Helai village of Senbagh Upazila under Noakhali district are illiterate and live with the poverty. Due to their illiteracy and poverty they are not interested to send their children into the school as they are not able to afford the educational expenses. To provide basic education among the children of economically poor families WWC established a school in 2013 with the support of the European Commission and lets them to continue the support by Save the Children.  At present, it has been running by the WWC of its own financial support. There are 30 children of the poorest family studying the pre-primary education following the government curriculum in each year.




Children get access in the school in each year- 30


Special Education for Children with Disability:


Realizing limitation of access of children with disabilities in schools due to lack specialized facilities, WWC has provided the special education for the children with disability at community level of Noakhali district named “Speech and Hearing-Impaired School” by the support of development Partners. This is an ongoing project since 2013. This school provides the basic education and made them able to admit in the mainstream school through the Auditory, Oral and Sign Language method.


Objective of the project:


To ensure the basic education for the speech and hearing-impaired children and rehabilitate them in the main stream education system. 














The major activities performed in 2015:

Major Achievement in 2014:

Provide the education materials among children with disability- x

100% students are able to read, write and counting in the school;

Children with disability continuing their education- 25

73% student’s communication skills has developed among the children with disability;

Provide hearing WWC among the hearing-impaired students – 07

12 students admitted in main stream education in each year in Noakhali;

Provied stipend for the children with disability –07

03 students passed from class four to five in this year;

Provided school dress for the children with disability – 10 

01 students passed form class three to four in this year;


08 students have successfully passed in the Primary School Certificate examination


WWC Information and Communication Technology Project (WICTP)


This is the age of digitalization. The Bangladesh government is committed to build a Digital Bangladesh where all technologies will be operated electronically. WWC also believes that effective use of information technology can play a major role in development aspect. Hence WWC Foundation has established its Information and Communication Technology Sector (ICTS) in 2015 with an objective to provide in-house support to the organization’s extensive network of information systems and to make its employee electronically skilled. The sector is responsible to oversees ongoing process of computerization of WWC all offices which will promote timely and effective dissemination of information. Out of its multiple activities, internal communication, media relation, publicity materials and advertisement development, exposure programs, website communication towards ensuring a proper understanding of WWC and its activities by internal and external audiences are the major functions. Under this ICT Project; e-school is going to be operated by Creative e-school for beneficiaries


Last modified on Feb-14-2020, 11:58 PM

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