Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah (Rahmatullah Alaihee)
Established in 1958 with the mandate of 'Divine and Humanitarian Service Dhaka Ahsania Mission (DAM) is now one of the leading voluntary development organizations in Bangladesh. Dhaka Ahsania Mission, a registered non-profit, non-government, non-political, voluntary and charitable society is incorporated in Bangladesh under the Society Registration Act, 1860. The motto of the Mission is "Divine and Humanitarian Service". Sufi Saint Hazrat Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah (Rahmatullah Alaihee) originally established the Mission in 1958, who was an educationist, litterateur and practical philosopher.
DAM has four separate but inter-connected programmes, which include Education, Livelihood, Health, and Human Rights and Social justice. DAM expects that the synergistic impacts of all the interventions made under the four programmes will not only contribute to improved living conditions of the poor but also empower them to claim their rights and entitlements and gain access to resources and services provided by the public and private sector institutions. Apart from the core programmes, DAM also has a number of supportive programmes.
Develop the social and spiritual life of the entire human community
Annihilate the distinction between man and man
Cultivate unity and brotherhood and inspire divine love
Teach one one's insignificance and shun one's pride
Enable one to recognize and realize the relation between the Creator and the creation
Enable one to realize the duty of man to his Creator and to his fellow beings
Render all possible help to the suffering humanity at large.
Mission & Vision
DAM provides high quality services towards unity, peace and development of social and spiritual life for the human community in general and for the disadvantaged and suffering humanity, in particular.
DAM visualizes a society that foster humanity, spirituality, humility, equality and caring the nature.