Computer Literacy Program Volunteers for Underprivileged (CLP)


Our Partners

nabic NABIC, USA

North American Bangladesh Islamic Community (NABIC) is an initiative of Bangladeshi Muslims in North America dedicated to promoting Islamic awareness and facilitating socio-economic upliftment of the common people of Bangladeshi heritage in North America and those in Bangladesh.  More click  here

logo-bank-asia Bank Asia Ltd,  Bangladesh

Bank Asia Limited is a scheduled commercial bank in the private sector established under the Banking Company Act 1991 and incorporated in Bangladesh as a public limited company under the Companies Act 1994 to carry out banking business in Bangladesh.  Bank Asia Ltd. sponsored thirteen Computer Literacy Center under their Corporate Social Responsibilities adjacent in the rural branch in Bangladesh. More  click  here

Imdad Sitara Khan Foundation, USA

This foundation is based in CA, USA formed by Dr. Imdadul Haque Khan, a renowned scientist and philanthropist. Dr. Khan’s magnanimous support gave the fledgling Computer Literacy Program a boost without which perhaps, the program would not be where it is to-day.  Dr. Khan provided support for twelve centers. In addition, he provided funds for teacher incentive pay to the CLCs he sponsored.  But, CLP is not the only noble endeavor that Dr. Khan supported, but it was one of many. More click  here

ik-foundation I-K  Foundation, Dhaka

I-K Foundation is a family foundation committed to poverty reduction and social progress through the support of programs that impart income-generating skills to the poor and underprivileged in Bangladesh.

csdc CSDC, Chittagong


Chittagong Skills Development Center (CSDC) is the first industry-led, non-profit skills training center in Bangladesh; and a private-public partnership between industry, government and academia.  CSDC aims to strategically develop Bangladesh’s workforce by meeting the present and future skill needs of the ICT and manufacturing sectors; and promote poverty reduction.More click here



Underprivileged Children’s  Educational Programs


UCEP is a leading national NGO working with the distressed urban working children, to improve the socio-economic status of the urban poor and support industrial growth by generating skilled manpower.  UCEP has earned a global reputation for its unique model of human resource development through general education and vocational skills training for employment and income generation.More click here

Hossain Trust, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Syed Saadat Hossain, Dr. Ahmed Hossain and Ahmedi Hossain Trust (herein called Hossain Trust)  duly incorporated  in Bangladesh under the Trust Act of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh having its registered office at 7/C New Baily Road, Dhaka – 1217.

Islamabad Girl’s Orphanage

This organization was established as one of the first girls’ orphanages in Chittagong by several philanthropist 25 years ago. The orphanage hosts 96 girls from the age 4-16, providing accommodations,  health care, education and overall welfare.

Latest News

  • Dec

    Invitation to a Seminar and Workshop on Therapeutic Features of Yoga

    Dear CLP Patron, We would like to invite you to a yoga seminar and workshop presented by a renowned yoga authority Dr. Dilip Sarkar on November 9, 2019, 2 PM to 5 PM, at Bharat Sevashram, 3490 NJ-27, Kendall Park, NJ 08824.  Dr. Sarkar’s presentation will focus on therapeutic features of yoga. A program flyer […]

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    Beximco and CLP sign a MoU

    Computer Literacy Program (CLP), USA and Dnet have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Beximco Pharmaceuticals to establish Computer Literacy Centers (CLCs). The CLCs will be established in Bhairab MP Girls High School and Bangladesh Railway High School in Bhairab, Kishoreganj and Babupur Miratuli Govt. Primary School in Chapai Nawabganj. The MoU signing ceremony was held […]

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    CLP Annual Event 2019

    Dear CLP Patron:  Please attend the 2019 CLP annual event (starts at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, August  03, 2019  at the Rutgers Cook College Campus Center, New Brunswick, NJ)and find out how your donations are helping the underprivileged youths in Bangladesh. The program flyer is pasted below. We need your help to continue on this […]


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