About PCD


Programme for Community Development (PCD) is a Non-governmental organization established in 1986 and started its development journey with great enthusiasm and encouragement by the community people in order to enhance the socio-economic status of the grassroots people in the village. It was 1st initiated and started in development activities at Chatmohar Upazila in the Pabna district. This organization is registered with the Bureau of NGO Affairs, Prime Minister’s Office, Govt. of Bangladesh, registered with the Department of Social Services, under the Ministry of Social Welfare, Govt. of Bangladesh, also registered with Micro Credit Regulatory Authority under Bangladesh Bank (Central Bank) of the Government of Bangladesh. It has been working for the last 3 years as a driving force for transforming societies towards sustainable development by promoting, advocating, and implementing programs that address the root causes of problems. Now it has been implemented a number of development programs and projects have to bring out sustainable development of vulnerable, disadvantaged, and underprivileged people in the northern parts of the country. To implement all the programs PCD always considers the poverty alleviation issue and takes necessary action for a successful implementation of the program. PCD is implementing its development activities through 46 branches under the Pabna, Natore, Sirajgong & Kushtia districts and 12 Project/Programme unit offices in Natore, Sirajgong, Kushtia, Maherpur, Rajbari, Foridpur, Magura, Tangail, Sherpur, Jamalpur, Mymenshing & Netrokona districts.


PCD has been registered with all the appropriate agencies of the Government of Bangladesh. The following table summaries the details of registration: Registration Agency Registration Number Date Social Welfare Pabna-131 (254)/86 23/07/1986 NGO Affairs Bureau 872 04/12/1994 Microcredit Regulatory Authority 01508-00703-00135 07/02/2008 In addition, PCD has a Tax Identification Number (TIN- 873538355688) and from 2012 PCD continue submitted Financial Statement to the National Board of Revenue.


To build a just, participatory, and sustainable society in which the human rights and the human dignity of men, women, and children are equally respected and people live responsibly in the community with others and with nature.


Implementation of different development programs which are socially sound, economically compatible, and environmentally sustainable towards improving the quality of life and livelihoods of disadvantaged communities towards achieving the SDGs.


Facilitating the marginalized and socially excluded people of the society to attain better life and livelihood.