CUP's Member Organization

Action Aid Bangladesh
Ain-O-Salish Kendra -ASK
Al-Falah Bangladesh
Aparajeyo Bangladesh
ARBAN
Action for Social Development (ASD)
Bangladesh Association of Women for Self Empowerment-BAWSE
Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust- BLAST
Bangladesh Manobadhikar Sangbadik Forum-BMSF
Bangladesh Nari Progati Sangha- BNPS
BRAC
Bangladesh Women Health Coalition- BWHC
Care- Bangladesh
CDS
Church of Bangladesh
CHCP
Concern Worldwide Bangladesh
Dhaka Ahsania Mission
Dustha Shasthya Kendra - DSK
Initiative for Peoples’ Development- IPD
Jubo Jibon Advancement Committee
Manabik Shahajya Sangstha - MSS
Nari Maitree
Organization for Mothers and Infants - OMI
Participatory Development Action Program (PDAP)
Plan International
PRODIPON
Promotional Research Advocacy Training Action Yard- PRATAY
PROSHIKA
Resource Integration Center RIC
Rural Health & Development Society- RHDS
Saptadinga
World Renew Community Development Program (SATHI)
SEP
Shoishob Bngladesh
Shakti Foundation for Disadvantaged Women
SSUS
The Institute of Democratic Rights IDR
Thengamara Mohila Sobuj Sangha (TMSS)
Unnyan Shohjogi Team-UST
Village Integrated Development Association -VIDA
Water Aid Bangladesh
Jagorani Chakra Foundation
Basati Sheba Samaj Kallyan Sangstha (BSSKS)
Community Participation and Development (CPD)
Development Wheel (DEW)
Gono Unnayan Sangstha (GUS)
Gram Bikash Shohayok Sangstha (GBSS)
Grassroots Level Development Program (GLDP)
Practical Action Bangladesh
Population Services & Training Center (PSTC)
Sheva Nari O Shishu Kallyan Kendro
Village Economic and Social Development Community (VESDC)
Habitat for Humanity International
Onneyshan
Village Education Resource Center-VERC
Sajida Foundation-SF
Uddipan
SEEP
Human Rights Lawyers’ Society-HRLS
Village Association for Social Development (VASD)
Democracywatch
World Vision
Ghashful
Shopnil Bright Foundation
Naria Unnayan Samity (NUSA)
OXFAM Bangladesh

Others Stakeholders

Besides the formal membership of CUP, many institutions, University Departments, researchers and other professional who are directly concerned with the cause and issues of the urban poor are closely associated with CUP and have been contributing proportionately to its endeavors. In addition, CUP has five divisional chapters in other regions of the country.

CUP as an important stakeholder

CUP has already been recognized by various national and global stakeholders as focal point of NGOs working for the improvement of the living standard of slum dwellers. Some notable instances of collaboration are as follows:
CUP participated in the Participatory Technical Assistance (PPTA) for the Urban Poverty Reduction Project (UPRP) of the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
CUP participated in the Country Assistant Strategy Formulation Process (CAS) of the World Bank.