Looking forward and steaming ahead. Working with the youth to inspire them to get involved. Creating vital connections for the years to come, creating a legacy for the next generation.



Coronavirus affected the lives of many. We at BBCGH made it our mission to help as many vulnerable patients as possible and work in the front line. Providing critical medical care for figure? patients across the whole of Bangladesh and food parcels to stranded people during the lockdown.



Working in partnership with various establishments to help bring in funds and raise awareness globally. Networking with people from all walks of life. Creating a referral system for all urgently craving the financial aid for treatment and vital care. Creating a 24hour service making the hospital even more accessible.



Introducing community cancer awareness programmes and carrying out vital outreach work amongst schools and community centres. Medical Camps set all across Bangladesh reaching patients in the thousands bracket and providing essential care to remote areas. Hospital renovation works carried out to facilitate to more patients.



We are currently still raising money to treat our patients and complete the hospital!



Phase 1 of our project is completed. On 20th February 2015 the hospital was officially opened to the public providing detection and awareness.



Closer to completion of Phase 1 BBCGH Chair-man Shams Uddin Khan along with other BBCGH team inspect the work in progress and start to make preparation for the opening of the Hospital as planned.



Much more funds are needed to complete this dream of building a state of the art cancer hospital in Bangladesh. In Ramadan 2012 the first of many live charity appeals is launched in partnership with Channel S.



Phase 1 of the construction work begins with funding from the Trustees of Beani Bazar Cancer Hospital and from the initial fundraising appeal.



The site for the hospital was acquired. We will be forever indebted to Mr Rouful Islam and his family who relinquished their rights to the land for the hospital to be built.

Consultation and permission from Bangladesh government obtained to build a state of the art Cancer Hospital.

Bangladesh Education Minister Rt hon Nurul Islam Nahid opens the site for construction work to begin.



British Bangladeshi community decides to open a cancer hospital in Beani Bazar, Sylhet, Bangladesh. The boards of trustees are formed and the charity is registered in the UK.



Rapid progress is made on Phase 1 of our project from the funds raised in 2012.