Abinta wanted to provide free education to the children from underprivileged backgrounds of our country. She wanted that the children will get the proper education to become able citizens and bring positive change in their own lives. This is one of the prime legacies of Abinta Kabir. The Abinta Kabir Foundation, since its inception, has been working towards the fulfillment of this dream of Abinta. Previously, the foundation opened 5 schools in Natore for the less privileged children.
It must be noted that Bangladesh is a developing country that is still suffering from chronic poverty and illiteracy. The poorest people in rural areas cannot find enough employment opportunities to sustain their families. This is one of the prime causes of why children from these families cannot go to school. The foundation has been working to solve this problem and has launched five schools in Natore where children are studying.
We believe that proper education will liberate these children to get out of the cycle of poverty in the future. Also, the foundation believes to educate girls, so that they can put in an equal effort like boys for the development of our land. It is our core cause to spread education and make learning accessible to them. Therefore, alongside the five schools in Natore, the foundation recently launched another girls school.
The school will educate girls from less fortunate backgrounds. Educating girls alongside boys will help our country to fulfill the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) for our country. In the future, these girls will become active citizens in the country and educate their children – the next generation and this will create a developmental cycle, which will turn our country into a developed one. The foundation aims to fulfill the legacy of Abinta Kabir through these endeavors.