ARS-Bangladesh Various Activities

ARS-Bangladesh celebrate the Founding anniversary

ARS-Bangladesh arranges founding anniversary for its employees and their family members every year at various lucrative spots of the country in order to show appreciation and gratitude to the employees for their hard work as well as to provide them with a refreshing and eventful day.  The location, food and travel expenses related to the picnic are borne by the organization itself.

Relief, Mask, Leaflets, Posters, Food, Money, Oxygen Cylinder, Free Vaccine registratin & Medicine distribution program


ARS-Bangladesh has been distributed Thirty-five thousand masks, twenty-thousand leaflets & posters, food and medicine to the needy 500 families to combat the outbreak of COVID-19.The government-initiated vaccination program is underway across the country to protect against the menace of Covid-19. In order to unite the general public under this ongoing program, ARS-Bangladesh has undertaken the task of registering free Covid-19 vaccine in the rural areas. Following this, Mr. Md. Fasiullah, Executive Vice Chairman (Grade-01) of the Microcredit Regulatory Authority, announced the inauguration of the program through a virtual meeting.

During the lockdown, with the overall cooperation and management of ARS-Bangladesh has provided two month wide free breakfast and lunch at 7:30 am and 1:30 pm to the COVID-19 infected patients and the relatives of the poor patients in front of the outpatient department of Jessore 250 beds General Hospital. At the hospital, an average of 200 people, a total of 400 people have been provided free breakfast and lunch. Besides, the overall management of ARS-Bangladesh, an Oxygen Bank with 6 cylinders in collaboration with various organizations and individuals is providing low cost and free oxygen cylinders to COVID-19 patients in Jessore city and adjoining upazilas from June 2020 last year to till now. At present our Oxygen Bank has 16 cylinders.

Methods adopted by ARS-Bangladesh for effective Program delivery

Program Implementation Approach:

 ARS-Bangladesh ensures full participation of its beneficiaries in program implementation. All of microfinance, renewable energy and development programs reach target beneficiaries by forming and developing groups of member beneficiaries. Competence of members of groups is enhanced by building human and occupational skills through training.

Program/Project Monitoring Method:

 ARS-Bangladesh systematically and routinely collects information from programs and projects to monitor their results, processes and experiences. Monitoring method of ARS-Bangladesh is based on its accountability structure that acquires data for checking progress against plans. Reporting is the key component of monitoring that goes from field level to higher management.

Program/Project Evaluation Method:

 ARS-Bangladesh uses data acquired through monitoring for evaluation of relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability of programs and projects. The evaluation process of ARS-Bangladesh is an analysis or interpretation of the collected data which delves deeper into the relationships between the results of the projects and programs, the effects produced by the projects and programs and the overall impact of the projects and programs.

Financial Audit of Programs and Projects:

 ARS-Bangladesh carries out both internal and external financial audits of its programs and projects. Internal audit is performed by the Internal Auditors of the organization. External audit of programs and projects is conducted by a registered Chartered Accountants’ Firm.

Policies Developed and Followed by ARS-Bangladesh

  • Microcredit Policy
  • Human Resource Policy
  • Procurement Policy
  • Financial Policy
  • Gender Policy
  • PRA Policy