Since 1988, social activists began raising awareness, giving suggestions, and providing financial, technical, and mental support in order to find a possible solution to the population’s problems. A group of young enthusiasts intended to establish a formal, legal and workable organization to ensure safe water and sanitation, conserve biodiversity, enhance human rights, and eradicate illiteracy, superstition, and hypocrite religious fundamentalism from society. Therefore, RUSTIC emerged as a voluntary social development organization for the helpless to establish themselves financially, socially, and culturally. RUSTIC targets the poorest of the community irrespective of race, caste, or creed for integrated development.
Moral Noor Mohammad was born in 1951, at Bailtali village of Piljanga union, Fakirhat Upazilla in Bagerhat district of Bangladesh. In 1970, he earned a bachelor's degree in social science. As a freedom fighter, he joined in the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971.
The geographical location of RUSTIC activities RUSTIC has been covering a total of 174 rural villages and 17 urban communities. Such division has been made simply for the purposes of administrative advantages.
Starting in 2007, with support from its own and the community, RUSTIC took the initiative to educate adolescent girls threatened with social vulnerabilities in the Sonadanga slum areas of Khulna. SHGO has been supporting ...
Solid waste management is one of RUSTIC’s most impressive programs. Its main objective is to mitigate methane gas in order to reduce global warming. RUSTIC has been implementing its Community Based Municipal Solid Waste Management Project (CBMSWMP) since 1997, collecting household garbage door to door in Khulna City Corporation (KCC). This has been a comprehensive project between BEMP, RUSTIC and KCC. Even after project duration, RUSTIC has continued with the project through community supports and its own IGA.
RUSTIC has been operating the Adolescent Girl's School & Training Centre since 2012 with the overall support of Seven Hills Global Outreach, USA. In the institution, non-formal education has continued for adolescent girls of age group 12-15 years.