Oct 14, 2017 6.00 pm-11.30pm Orchard City Banquet Hall, 1 West Campbell Avenue C31, Campbell, CA 95008 Guest of Honor - Chris Atwater, Director of Operations, Bridge of Life $30.00 per person
Your donations support underserved kidney patients in Bangladesh
The goals of the Sonar Bangla Foundation are to establish health care facilities throughout Bangladesh providing kidney dialysis services and kidney disease screening and treatment, laboratory services, and dialysis bioengineering training and development. The long term goals of the Sonar Bangla Foundation are to build a world class research-based university in Bangladesh with state-of-the art medical school and hospital and to contribute to the nation thru education and medical research excellence.
Health Care Facilities
To provide kidney dialysis services and kidney disease screening and treatment, laboratory services, and dialysis bioengineering training and developmentLearn More
The University of Sonar Bangla is slated to be a world-class university that will build Sonar Bangla through teaching and research excellence.Learn More
The Sonar Bangla Foundation (SBF) Research Program
The Sonar Bangla Foundation (SBF) Research Program is dedicated to enhancing the understanding of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in Bangladesh, as well as improving health literacy, dialysis services. and public health education for CKD patients. SBF aims to understand the needs of CKD patients in rural parts of Bangladesh and to improve services countrywide based on evidence. The SBF Research Program plans to decrease the prevalence of CKD throughout Bangladesh.
Supported by the Bangladesh Medical Research Council, SBF’s renal research program is uniquely positioned to become a leading renal research institution in Bangladesh.Learn More
- Research Goals
- Understand the barriers faced by CKD patients in Bangladesh
- Implement screening and preventative services throughout Bangladesh for those at high risk of developing CKD
- Educate communities throughout Bangladesh regarding chronic high blood pressure and diabetes mellitus