Sir William Beveridge Foundation
Working on Health & Social Care; Women Empowerment; Training & Education; Research & Dementia Friendly Care Village
Committed To Care Elderly Senior Citizen(s) in the Community
The Sir William Beveridge Foundation is a UK-born international charity that seeks to address the problems that come with pervasive and grinding poverty.
To address the impact that old age; disability; lack of knowledge about certain diseases and how to prevent or deal with them all have on poverty levels, how they keep people trapped in poverty and how they are detrimental to the effective involvement of people in the civic, political and entrepreneurial aspects of their communities, their countries and the wider world.
Working for A Better Society
An Organisation in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Since 2012.
The Foundation bases its work on the initiation and delivery of practical projects under three principal areas:- health and social care, empowerment and education.
Stroke & Physiotherapy
Centre & Home-Based Service
Fundraising & Awareness
Connecting the Community
Care Village Bangladesh
Day Care for Elderly
Unequal impact of Covid-19 on vulnerable communities Date: 19 November 2021 Day: Friday Time: 17:30 -19:00 (UK GMT) 11:30 PM – 1:00 AM (BD) To join this webinar, please click on the link below and follow the instructions afterwards: https://ekhuft.webex.com/ekhuft/iphp?MTID=m5d9155c26818a8d033e58014c70df432Read More
On September 21, 2021, at 9:00 PM (Bangladesh Time) and 4:00 PM (UK time), World Alzheimer’s Day Webinar will be organized by Kent Brain Injury Foundation. The whole webinar will be chaired by Professor Dr. Mohamed Sakel; UN Action Plan for Dementia 2017-2025 and...Read More
A UK-Bangladesh-US Collaboration conference will be conducted and broadcast live using video technology from the Innovation Centre at Kent & Canterbury on 6th August 2021. The conference will be chaired by SWBF Global Ambassador Dr Mohamed Sakel (FRCP, UK) with an invited panel and...Read More
It is a much needed and great service that Sir William Beveridge Foundation is providing to its client in Bangladesh. I wish the Foundation ever growing success and hope that they will reach out to more and more people in need of their service.
Shaheen Mahbuba Kabir
I’d 65, had back and knee pains. Since I joined Sir William Beveridge Foundation, I got better now and very satisfied with the Foundation’s homecare service.
Mrs Saleha Begum
Amaali Jackson- an expatriate, British born baby was the youngest service user of SWBF, she received 24 hours intensive homecare and return to her normal life.
Sonya M Sultan
Decade of Care
The Water's At The Door
Health and Social Care
Empowerment Through Care
Much more than a Disease.
Caring in the Community
52/1 New Eskaton Road, Hasan Holding (6th Floor), Dhaka-1000 Dhaka, Bangladesh
103 Cranbrook Road
Essex, London IG1 4PU United Kingdom