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United Group has come a long way since its inception in 1978 to become one of the most trusted business houses of the country. Throughout its journey it never forgot its commitment to the society and kept them involved in various social undertakings as part of their social responsibilities.

 

United Trust, formed in 2010, is the Social Welfare organ of the Group. UT started its journey with the initial objective to ameliorate the sufferings of the poor and deprived population. Its primary aim is to improve the quality of life across the board with special emphasis on rural society. UT also undertakes other social development works like hygienic sanitation, safe drinking water, monetary assistance for education, marriage religious and charitable institutions etc.

 

strength in numbers

Provides Education to

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Students

Facilitates

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Cataract operations per year

Operates

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Rural Clinics/Small Hospitals

Patronizes

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Schools & Madrashas

Outdoor patients

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Outdoor patients

Runs credit free scheme that benefitted

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families

OPERATION SECTORS

Education

UT aims to raise the standard of rural education through "capacity building". At the moment, it closely patronizes 1 College, 4 High schools, 3 Madrasha (Kamil & Fazil), 8 Primary Schools, 3 Hifzkhana and 5 Orphanages that educates more than 8000 students.

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Health

UT has so far established rural health clinics/small hospitals at Jamalpur, Louhojong, Kishoreganj, Feni, Sherpur and Gaibandha. Most of these facilities have outdoor treatment, pathology support and cataract operation facilities. On an average UT facilitates over 1,00,000 outdoor patients, provides free medicine to 15,000 medicines and perform over 2,500 cataract operations almost free of cost per year.

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Poverty Alleviation

UT introduced "Interest Free Micro-Credit and Loan" for the rural women, marginal businessman and the farmers. Over 7,000 families are the direct beneficiaries of this scheme. Last year, UT sponsored 10 distressed women (victims of gender violence) in their rehabilitation training and job placement in collaboration with an NGO named TARANGO. In addition, UT also arranges for vocational training ('Electrical' and 'Welding') for 60 unemployed youths per year with UCEP Bangladesh, including job placement as well.

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Social Development

UT aims to address the immediate needs of the people. About 40-50 homes, 25 tube-wells, 600-800 semi-pucca toilets per year are being provided free of cost to the destitute families.

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