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Nazrul Smriti Sangsad-NSS


Nazrul Smriti Sangsad-NSS, a social development organization established in 1977 after the name of Nazrul Islam, a progressive student leader of Barisal B.M College and a journalist of the Daily Ittefaq who was fighting against poverty and for a society where equal rights will be practiced. To make his dream happen a young, sincere and committed group with full of dedication has started interventions in 2000 to serve the drawback and vulnerable rural people with special attention to women and children.

Nazrul Smriti Sangsad-NSS
Website http://www.nssngo.org/
AddressSweden Palace (1st Floor), Pallabi Residential Area, Post -Amtali , Upazila -Amtali, Dist - Barguna, Bangladesh, Post Code No - 8710
Phone04452-56054
Fax04452-56164
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