Sustainable Development Initiatives (SDI) is a national NGO which established in 2009 with a view to promote the rights of the child workers, women empowerment and elimination of child labour by providing non-formal education, skill training and health care service. Since its establishment in 2009 it has been working in the urban and rural areas.
It aims to help the needy regardless of race, religion and gender through development program. The main objective of SDI is to ensure human rights and good governance with an aim to improve the socio-economic status of the poor by producing skilled human resources through education, skill-development training, awareness building and advocacy program on the right of children and women.
Since inception in 2009, it has been exploring avenues for the development of the poor and distressed people as well as the char people of the river Jamuna with complex hydrographic networking. The river heavily influences the lives of the people of this region. Thus, SDI is implementing the integrated development approaches for the socio- economic betterment of the people of this area. Institutional building, functional literacy, water and sanitation, disaster management, agriculture extension, gender free environment and legal rights are the main focus of the programme.