New mental health support for women and children living in Cox’s Bazar District as a result of Kulczyk Foundation and HOPE Foundation partnership

The Kulczyk Foundation has today announced a new project in partnership with the HOPE Foundation for Women & Children of Bangladesh. The project will improve access to mental health and psychological support services (MHPSS) for those living in the region, with a particular focus on women and children living in Bangladesh including the country’s significant Rohingya community.


Stolen Son: A CNN Freedom Project Documentary

Persecuted in Myanmar, forced to seek refuge in neighboring Bangladesh and then exploited and trafficked to places unknown. That’s the reality for many Rohingya Muslims living in Cox’s Bazar – now the world’s largest refugee camp accommodating nearly one million people – as they are targeted by human traffickers and lured from the refugee camp with false promises of employment and better living conditions.


The Domino Effect’s Workshop was launched with an international debate

- We need to look at the world’s problems by looking at the problems of individual people, and solve them together with these people. Helping others requires providing those in need with a freedom of choice, and thus it needs to be based on mutual respect and understanding. 


India – The Domino Effect

India. Kolkata. And Dalits, known as the untouchables. This is not a metaphor. In this country, a centuries-old tradition has divided people into castes. Dalits have been at the very bottom of the many–thousand-year-old social hierarchy. They are condemned to the worst professions, which are called “unclean”. It’s hard to imagine how one could escape such stigmatization. And yet! Dominika Kulczyk reaches out to Kolkata in order to support the project aimed at helping the children of prostitutes and Dalits.