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SLOPB has a total of about 82 staff team members in the different projects along with a setup
at the liaison office 8 (0) in Dhaka, about 44 (27) numbers of staff members are in the Health
and WATSAN project offices at Bauphal, Dumki and Barguna field offices.

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SLOPB has been implementing the Health & Sanitation project in Bauphal since 1998 and in
Dashmina and Bakerganj since 2006.

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SLOPB started the Orphanage project in March 2000. The project was initiated by the founder
of the organization from his self perception to provide shelter, food and other needful basic
elements to the distressed orphan children.

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SLOPB initiated the Micro credit project through PNGOs for the socio economic development
of the poor community people including the capacity building of PNGOs in 1997. The project
continued up to 2004.

About SLOPB

Resources

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Manpower

SLOPB has a total of about 82 staff team members...

Management of the organization

SLOPB has a Senior Management Team (SMT) composed...

Who We Are?

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SLOPB is an international NGO registered as a charity organization in the Netherlands. SLOPB is registered with NGO Affairs Bureau, under the Prime Minister’s Office of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. SLOPB is also registered with the office of the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies and Firms under the Societies Registration Act-1860.

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Founder

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The Weijters family of the Netherlands adopted Abdul Motalib Howlader, son of Yaqub Ali Howlader, from the village of Dhulia, Bauphal Upazila, Bangladesh, at the age of 6 in the year 1977. Motalib belonged to a very poor family and evidently went through severe hardships during his time in post independent Bangladesh. The Weijters family being very affluent brought him up with all provisions of civic life within their family. Motalib grew up and studied in the Netherlands. After completing his studies and working in the hotel management, he and his partner Ingrid decided to track down his biological family. They thought his family had led a difficult life, if they were still alive, during the years Motalib lived in the Netherlands. Motalib's thoughts were confirmed when he found his biological family in very poor conditions, after 17 years.

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