HEED Bangladesh (Health, Education and Economic Development) is a non-profit, non-political and non-governmental organization (NGO) committed to participate and promote national development through upgrading the socio-economic condition of the disadvantaged and underprivileged people in the society. The organization, as a national non-governmental organization (NGO), was formed in 1974, by national Christian leaders and several western partner organizations in response to the post war needs in Bangladesh.
Our mission is to ensure basic health services, extend support to formal educational systems and counter poverty through creating capital for alternative income & employment opportunities, response to all disasters and thus transform human lives.
Our vision is to build communities that are just, accountable and responsive to the needs of the poor and marginalized with dignity for glorifying the Creator and His creations.
# Health Development # Education Development # Economic Development # Social Development # Spiritual Development
Interpretation of the HEED Logo
The logo of HEED contains two fish and five breads. It is a symbolical event of Lord Jesus Christ. On day after giving His speech become lunch time but there is no arrangement for lunch. Jesus gave order to looking food. After looking it is found that one boy has two fish and five breads that were given by his mother. Mother feels that if needed then her child may eat. Then Lord Jesus took the two fish and five breads and prays to God for blessing. It is telling that after eating five thousands people there are 12 baskets of bred in rest. It means if you have god grace then you make everything beyond your imagination. HEED choose the logo as a symbol of God Grace.
The logo therefore reflect the meaning that our wealth is minimum but if there is god grace then you have to serve more people with that .