We envision a world where poverty has been eradicated, living people with security, self-respect and dignity; where social justice lives as a guest in each home and not just with affluent; where everyone feels welcome, respected, without prejudice or discrimination; and where the tool of education had been granted to each assisting them to build their own lives. GNB desires to stand as a national influence creating hope within the heart of each. We will be recognized for our relentless commitment to the dignity of every citizen.
WE work in any place where there is a need, regardless of race, religion, ideology, and beyond geographical constraints.
WE Promote self-reliance and the sustainable development of the individuals, families and communities.
WE place a top priority on the rights of children.
WE create a sound global citizenship that encourage people to respect one another and live together in harmony.
WE mobilize and organize local volunteers to participate in developing their communities.
WE work in cooperation with our local partners who share their community development goals.
WE maintain professional accountability and transparently report on the status of our projects and fiancĂ©s.
WE encourage as many people as possible to join Good Neighbors as sponsoring members to participate in our work.
Good Neighbors Bangladesh is a member organization of Good Neighbors International (GNI). Good Neighbors International is an international humanitarian and development organization with its headquarters in Seoul, Korea. Whose mission is to improve the lives of others, especially those of children â€“ through education, community development, health services, sanitation and disaster relieve projects. GNI has general consultative status the highest status level, with the United Nations Economic Council (UN ECOSOC). GNI has carried out holistic development ministry work and emergency relieve ministry in over 25 developing countries in the world since its inception in 1991.
Good Neighbors Bangladesh (GNB) was registered as an international non-government organization (NGO) with the NGO affairs bureau of the government of Bangladesh and commenced its operations in August 1996. It has 2 urban and 12 rural projects currently serving 20,087 deprived children. The current GNB progress towards SDGs has been commendable, is well placed to achieving the SDG goal.