Our Activities(Volunteer For CHT)

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The Chittagong Hill Tracks is one of most Beautiful area in Bangaldesh, Here living different type of Indigenous People. Called them as a “Jumma” . They are Chakma, Marma, Tongchangya, Tripura, Khyang, Mrong, Khumi etc. Chakma & Marma are both Buddhist, While other Jumma’s are Hindu, Christian.

1. Curtural Programmed by Indigenous.

2. Healthy Environment

3. Education

4. Scholarship 

5. Development of Indigenous Lifestyle.

Our Main Objects: To Develop CHT education & provide Scholarship for Needy Brilliant Students.

****Make Sure Their Educational Rights at Chittagong Hill Tracks.

The Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) region comprises three districts: Banderban , Khagrachari and Rangamati. The districts comprise seven main valleys formed by the Feni, Karnafuli, Chengi, Myani, Kassalong, Sangu and Matamuhuri rivers aid their tributaries and numerous hills, ravines and cliffs covered with dense vegetation, which are in complete contrast to most other districts of Bangladesh, which consist mainly of alluvial lands. Geographically the CHT can be divided into two broad ecological zones: (a) hill valley, (b) agricultural plains. It is surrounded by the Indian states of Tripura on the north and Mizoram on the east, Myanmar on the south and east and Chittagong district on the west.

Jummas’s Lifestyle

Jumma’s  build their houses on slopes near the banks of a river or a stream. A few related families may build on the same plot of land, creating a homestead (bari). Baris cluster together to form hamlets (para) and a number of hamlets make up a village(gram).


The traditional Jumma house is made of bamboo. It is constructed on a bamboo or wooden platform about two meters (six feet) above the ground. The house is built on the rear of the platform. Mat walls divide the house into separate compartments. A porch in the front of the house is divided in two by a mat partition. One area is used by men and boys and the other by women and girls. Small compartments may be built for storage of grain and other possessions. Household objects ranging from baskets to pipes for smoking tobacco are made out of bamboo.

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