Bhola’s Children

Welcome to Bhola’s Children

Bhola’s Children is a permanent source of funding for a home and school for disabled children on the island of Bhola.

What we do

We receive children with every kind of disability from the age of 5 to twelve. 

All our children receive daily living skills, primary education and training in tailoring, woodwork, metalwork and other technical skills as well as agriculture and cooking. Many of our children need physiotherapy and this is given twice a day.


Physiotherapy, Train mother's to deliver physiotherapy at home, Assistive device


Life Skills Training, Academic Education, Special Education (Sign Language, Slowlearner Education).

Economic Rehabilitation - Farming

Agricultural and Livestock farming.

Economic Rehabilitation - Metalwork

Machine tools operation, Welding.

Economic Rehabilitation - Tailoring

Sewing , Sewing Machine Operation, Cutting, Block Paint, Boutique Paint, Sanitary Napkin Production, Various Handicrufts.

Future plans

In due course, when funds permit, plans will be drawn up for a rehabilitation centre to include woodwork and metalwork training at Supari Bagan. The existing workshop shack at Bhola Garden can then be demolished.

Completion of the building programme has brought the capacity of the home and school to a level where it can cater for 80 to 100 children at any one time.

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