• In 2010, a free health camp was organised, treating 1,600 patients
  • In 2011, a free antenatal clinic was organised for 168 women
  • By the end of 2017, 837 pregnant women received free full antenatal and postnatal care
  • At any given time, about 100 women are receiving care
  • 98% live births – far above the average for Bangladesh
  • The Upazila Chairman Mumith Ashuk who, until his death in 2014, was a member of the Proshanti Executive Board, received a gold medal from the Bangladesh Government for contributing to the Millennium Development Goals and also for setting up the largest number of schools within a short time in his Upazila
  • A unique, formal, effective tripartite agreement between Proshanti, local government health organisations and Abdul Aziz, a private clinic
  • Successful local partnerships in Bangladesh with NGOs, especially with Prottoy Unnayan Sangstha
  • Successful fund raising in the UK.