The organization started its journey with blood and eye donation program and donated more than 10,000 bags of blood to the poor and vulnerable patients. Through the relief work in flood of 2000 & 2002, the organization realized that the floods of southwest coastal region are the effect of unplanned development initiatives. From the realization, humanitywatch had taken some programs to meet the problems of the region such as Series Dialogue on the Rights of Subalterns: local & global perspective, Movement against water logging, Study on human rights situation of southwest region, Study on economic justice of child labours in Khulna and observation of national and international days related with human rights and justice.
Humanitywatch is a non-government non-profit making voluntary organisation formed in 1998 by some progressive sociocultural activists to work for common goods. Humanitywatch obtained legal status on 13 February 2005 under the Societies Act XXI of Bangladesh vide registration number 119/2005. Humanitywatch is mainly depends on voluntary contribution of the members, sympathisers and volunteers who are working intensively with the poor, marginal and underprivileged biodiversity dependant people i.e. forest people, indigenous communities, marginal farmers and climate forced migrants.
Nuri Manjil, 39 Farukia Mosque Cross Road
Azizer Moor, Boyra,Khulna