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Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development & Cooperatives

Rural Development & Cooperative Division

RDCD's Officers’ Designation, Name, Telephone/Mobile No and E-mail Address

 

Designation Name Telephone/ Mobile Number E-mail Address
Hon’ble Minister Mr. Syed Ashraful Islam M.P 9585335 (O)
9343000 (R)
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PS to Hon’ble Minister Mr. Ashoke Madhab Roy 9514111 (O)
9332934 (R)
01711-648177
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P. R. O to Hon’ble Minister Mr. Md. Mominul Hoque 7168518 (O)
9354002 (R)
01711176110
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Hon’ble State Minister  Mr. Moshuir Rahman Ranga M.P  9514100 (O)  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it  
PS to Hon’ble State Minister  Mr. Md. Wahadur Rahman 

9573955 (O)

01712088891 

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PRO to Hon’ble State Minister  Mr. Md.Ahsan Karim Chowdhury  9553225 (O)
9676787 (R)
01712241903 
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Secretary Mr. M A Quader Sarker 9512232 (O)
8153998 (R)
01713402815
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P S to Secretary Mr.Rathindra Nath Datta 9573953 (O)
9514277 (Fax)
01712545617
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Addl. Secretary
(Admin & Budjet)
Mr. Sardar Abul Kalam  9515501 (O)
9613240 (R)
01552369016
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Addl. Secretary 
(Dev. & Planning)
Mr. A. H. M Abdullah.     9514437 (O)
9897525 (R)
01718001817
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Joint Secretary 
(Law & Orgnization)
M A Mannan Hawlader  9576383 (O) 
  
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Deputy Secretary 
(Admn.)
Mr. Ashraful Musaddeq 9573953 (O)
9143860 (R)
01923-623097
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Joint Secretary 

(Development)

Mr. Md. Amzad Ali 9575563 (O)
9872292 (R)

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Deputy Secretary
(Admin-2)
Mr.Md. Abdul Majid 9555013 (O)
01937188207
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Joint Secretary

(Orgnization)
(Attachment)

Mr.Syed Abdul Momin 9575569 (O)
7194393 (R)
01916-044166
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Deputy Secretary (Budget) Mr. Md. Habibul Islam 9574334 (O)
9334716 (R)
01712-509216
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Deputy Chief
(Planning)
Mr. Md. Humayun Kabir 7168294 (O)
9670833 (R)
01673-155633
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Programmer Mr. Md. Monayem Uddin Chowdhury

9584929 (O)

9021754 (R)
01711-269270

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Assistant Secretary
(Admin -1)
Mr. Md. Mizbah Uddin Molla  9570646 (O)
 

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Assistant Secretary
(Organization -1)
Mr. Patit Paban Debnath

01913515662

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Assistant Secretary
(Organization -2)
Mr. Md. Mizbah Uddin Molla

01191-589880

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Senior Assistant Secretary
(Development)
Mr. Md. Rashidul Mannaf Kabir

7160211 (O)

01712-255700

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Assistant Secretary
(Budget-1)
Mr. Md.Sirajul Islam Molla. 9555012 (O)
01912-081607
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Assistant Programmer Afreen Mohammad Ankhi 01925-563760 This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Senior Assistant  Secretary
(Budget-2)

 

Minakshi Barman. 01714-031335

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Assistant Chief
(Plannig & Development-1)
Mr. Md. Rafiqul Islam. 9565018 (O)
01712-659160
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Assistant Chief
(Plannig & Development-2)
Mr. Bipin Chandra Biswas. 7167606 (O)
01712-999614
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Assistant Chief
(Plannig & Development-3)
Mr. Md. Masudur Rahman Biswas. 7167602 (O)
01912-509338
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Assistant Chief
(Plannig & Development-4)
Mr. Md. Rafiqul Islam. 9553659 (O)
01712-659160
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Assistant Chief
(Plannig & Development-5)
Mr. Md. Masudur Rahman Biswas. 9552710 (O)
01912-509338
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Assistant Chief
(Plannig & Development-6)
Mr. Md. Abdul Kader 9565018 (O)
01553255265
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Chief Accounts Officer   9359672 (O) This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Accounts Officer Mr. Md. Ashraf Hossain 9540276 (O)
01940-824225
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Medium-Term Budget Framework (MTBF)

The origins of the MTBF concept lie in the budget management reforms that were introduced in some of the high income countries (Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom) in the late 1970s and 1980s. In 2005 the Government of Bangladesh adopted a new approach to budget planning with the introduction of the Medium-Term Budget Framework (MTBF). Rural Development & Co-operative Division entered in to the MTBF System in 2006-2007.

 

The main features of the MTBF approach are; (i) a medium-term outlook to budget planning; (ii) explicit linkage between policy priorities and resource allocations; and (iii) an emphasis on the efficient use of limited public resources.

 

The MTBF in Bangladesh covers a three year period-the budget year and the following two years. The MTBF is updated and rolled forward annually in order to maintain this three year forward planning horizon.  

 

Medium Term (2008-2011) Strategic Objectives

 

1. Bring ultra poor people under the coverage of micro- credit programmes;

 

2. Overall village development including improvement of standard of living of rural women and poor people, increase their income and generation of employment;

 

3. Create wider opportunities for self employment in rural areas ;

 

4. Develop skilled human resources in rural areas by providing training ;

 

5. Innovate new model/strategy on rural development through research and applied research.

 

 

Impact of Strategic Objectives on Poverty Reduction and Women’s Advancement

 

 

 

1. Bring ultra poor people under micro credit programmes

Impact on Poverty Reduction: In 2008-09 micro credit will be distributed to 17 lakh people from the micro credit fund and from other projects earmarked for different villages of 477 (four hundred seventy seven) upazilas of 64 districts. Pre-credit training will also be provided to 3 lakh of them. 60% of the micro credit borrowers will be self employed.

 

Impact on Women’s Advancement: The provision of women-friendly micro-credit and training will enable approximately 10 lakh women to be engaged in productive works. This will expedite their socio economic development.

 

 

2. Overall village development including improvement of standard of living of rural women and poor people, increase of their income and generation of employment

 

Impact on Poverty Reduction: Improvement of standard of living and elimination of poverty of 2.5 lakh ultra poor will be possible through Char Livelihood Programme by raising the base of the homestead and supplying safe water and transferring properties to 50,000 families of 150 union of 28 upazila in 5 districts of the Brahmaputra and Jamuna river belt.

 

Impact on Women’s Advancement: Under the Char Livelihood Programme (Char Jibikayon Programme), 1.5 lakh fifty thousand women of 150 unions of 28 upazila in 5 districts of the Brahmaputra and Jamuna river belt will move above poverty line.

 

3. Create wider opportunities for self employment in rural areas

 

Impact on Poverty Reduction: The ongoing “Comprehensive Village Development Programme (CVDP)”, “Strengthening of Directorate of Cooperatives and Alleviation of Poverty by creating entrepreneurs through Co-operative programme”, “ Polli Progoti Project” will help poverty reduction of 3.0 lakh people of the rural areas of 476 upazilas in 64 districts through creation of self-employment .

 

Impact on Women’s Advancement: Women’s participation will be given priority in the ongoing “Comprehensive Village Development Programme”, “Strengthening of Directorate of cooperatives and alleviation of Poverty by creating entrepreneurs through Co-operative programme”, “Polli Progoti Project”. As a result, opportunities for self-employment of approximately 2.0 lakh women will be created through providing training, motivation and micro credit which will increase their social safety.

 

 

4. Develop skilled human resources in rural areas by providing training

 

Impact on Poverty Reduction: Income generating training on different trade courses (such as nursery development, cow fattening, farm level water management and improved fish farming technology) will be provided to the poor people at an accelerated rate conducted by different training institutes like 2 in Bangladesh Rural Development Board; 10 in Department of Cooperatives; BARD, Comilla; and RDA, Bogra. This will make them productive and increase their income and reduce poverty. Besides, organizing seminars and workshops on poverty reduction, agriculture and environment development, local government, social development, gender, rural education, health, nutrition, rural economy and management etc. will help reduce rural poverty.

 

Impact on Women’s Advancement: Provision of training for rural women on different income generating trades like sewing, and organizing seminar/workshop on poultry and livestock, poverty reduction, agriculture and environment development, local government, social development, gender, rural education, health, nutrition, rural economy and management will assist in women’s advancement.

 

 

5. Innovate new model/strategy on rural development through research and applied research

 

Impact on Poverty Reduction: It will be possible to reduce rural poverty, increase production and develop human resources through research and applied research by Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development (BARD), Comilla; Rural Development Academy (RDA), Bogra; and Department of Cooperative.

 

Impact on Women’s Advancement: Research and applied research will help increase production and develop human resources which will reduce poverty of rural poor women.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Message from Secretary

 

 

 

 

 

 

   


 

 

 

 

 

 


Secretary,

Rural Development and Cooperative Division,

 Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh .

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Bangladesh achieved independence about 39 years ago after an immense sacrifice of human life and material losses. Economic deprivation, discrimination, poverty, violation of human rights, those were the main driving force worked behind the liberation movement. Rural Development and Co-operative Division, along with other government and non-government agencies is working to reduce poverty and planned economic growth in the rural areas.

 

RDCD is mandated to formulate policy on rural development and cooperatives and undertaking numerous development programmes based on its mandates and guided by people’s wishes over the decades and implemented by different agencies working under this  division.

 

The Constitution of Bangladesh has given much importance on Co-operatives. In article 13 , co-operative sector has recognised as the second big sector after state ownership. RDCD in trying to promote the co-operatives ownership in every sphere of national life.  

The RDCD website is a portrayal of all its broad activities, focusing on the current programmes. The principal objectives are to create a platform for continual dialogue with the stakeholders efficiently and effectively, take measures for good governance by opening up avenues of transparency, accountability and participation for policy/programme formulation and review, publish the citizens’ charters, and of course keep it updated about the needs of the people in a rapidly changing world.

 

We are responsive to the needs of the poor and accountable to the people.

 

I express my sincere gratitude to all the concerned persons for putting their labour of love for preparing and hoisting the website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Message from Minister

 

 

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Syed Ashraful Islam

Minister,

 Ministries of Local Government,

Rural Development & Co-operatives.

Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh .

 

 

 

 

 

 

I feel pleasure of hoisting this web-page by Rural Development and Cooperative Division (RDCD). I convey may best wishes to the concerned persons involve in the hoisting of this web-page. This web-page would now facilitate easy to information about goal, objectives, policies, programmes and activities of RDCD.

 

The present government is pledge-bound to build a Digital Bangladesh by 2021.Moreover, establishing good governance is one of the five top priorities in the ’Charter for Change” announced  by the Hon’ble Prime Minister. I hope that the RDCD web-page would address the demand of citizens’ right to information by reflecting its activates, policies and programmes in the field of rural development and poverty alleviation and also providing updated facts and figures on a continued basis. The division would thus ensure accountability and transparency of its works to the nation.

 

In this age of globalization along with the revolutionary expansion of information and communication technology (ICT), hoisting of the web-page is a time-needed platform that RDCD has made accessible to its stakeholders. I am confident that with the passage of time the range of services provided and the gamut of activities taken care of by the division will reach greater heights in implementing policies and programmes of the government. I hope, the web-page would help RDCD become more people-oriented.

 

I wish this website a great success.

 

 

 

 

Date: March 30, 2009

Syed Ashraful Islam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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