Moshood Boksh Nazmul was inspired to establish MMJ Foundation after a trip to Bangladesh in 2014, An elderly grandmother from his village approached him, hoping he´d be able to find an institution that would take care of Ismail Miah - her 30-year-old disabled grandson - after her death.
Unfortunately, Moshood was unable to find one. Determined to help in some way, he decided to use his film-making skills to create a short documentary highlighting Ismail’s plight. By doing this, Moshood saw first-hand just how difficult Ismail’s life was. Ismail could not take care of himself, move or even afford treatment for any illnesses. The documentary moved many, encouraging people to donate enough to transform his life.
This whole experience made Moshood realise that there were millions of people in Bangladesh facing similar hardships. He felt compelled to help others like Ismail, and thus decided to set up the charity to provide life-long support for as many poor disabled people as he can please join us and Donate Generously to MMJ FOUNDATION and help poor disabled people in Bangladesh.
Manush Manusher Jonno Foundation UK Working For Disabled People in Bangladesh