The organization Eakok is implementing various types of youth development activities of the country from the begging. The specific objectives are as follows:

  1. To organize the huge youth force of the country and to their creative and organizing power in safeguarding the national independence, sovereignty and unity.
  2. iTo employ the youth force in all fields of national development activities.
  3. To create a movement in regard to social economic and family right, responsibilities and opportunities through motivating the youth community to discharge their responsibility towards individual, society and the nation
  4. To create awareness amongst the youth group in particular about the bad effects of drug addiction and operate movement to avoid drugs
  5. To collect and disseminate various types of information on development activities and creative effort of the youth community and publicize those to the nation through various mass media like radio, television, newspapers and journals
Organized a Regional Summit on “Youth for Clean Year (YCA)”, 2012:

From 08 January to 12 January,2012 a regional summit was jointly organized by Eakok, SAYEN, NFYOB, UNEP, CEE India and Department of Environment of Bangladesh. Venue was Biam Aditorium, Dhaka, Bangladesh & one day field visit was at Bangladesh Agriculture Research Institute (BARI) Gazipur
In 1998, UNEP RRC.AP together with SEI drew attention to the possibility of impacts of transboundary air pollution in South Asia. This initiative led to the adoption of the Malé Declaration by eight participating countries – Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, at the Seventh Governing Council of SACEP. The initiative was funded by the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) as part of the Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries (RAPIDC) programme. The Malé Declaration’s objective is to aid the process of providing a clean environment through clean air. The Declaration calls for regional cooperation to address the increasing threat of Transboundary Air Pollution and its possible impacts.
During Phase I of its implementing program in 1998-2000, a network was established, baseline studies were completed and action plans were drawn up. The baseline studies provided valuable information on air pollution management programs in the participating countries and clearly identified the gaps in the existing monitoring systems in understanding the transboundary air pollution. Consequently a capacity building program was initiated in Phase II of the implementing program in 2001-2004, which included strengthening the monitoring networks and training. National and Regional level stakeholders were also held in this phase. Subsequently, member countries developed and disseminated public awareness materials during Phase III in 2005-2008. A document on “Youth for clean Air” with an animated CD as a public awareness material for youth, and “Compendium on good practices on prevention and control of air pollution” was developed. The Phase IV implementation (2009-2012) is to focus on assisting the member countries of the Malé Declaration in the reduction of air pollutants. Assisting the member countries enhances their regional cooperation, monitoring, and impact assessment; strengthen the initiatives started in the first three phases and to initiate new ones is continued. During this implementation phase, it is agreed with SAYEN to continue the process of raising awareness to the Youth in South Asia
Under this framework a Regional Workshop on Malé Declaration and Air Pollution aspects for youth in South Asia (SAYEN Members and others), was organized From 08 January to 12 January,2012 a regional summit was jointly organized by Eakok, SAYEN, NFYOB, UNEP, CEE India and Department of Environment of Bangladesh. Venue was Biam Aditorium, Dhaka, Bangladesh & one day field visit was BARI, Gazipur

Celebrating of International Youth Day - 12 August 2011

A youth rally and a daylong clean-up program were held at Lalbagh Forte, Dhaka, organized by the United Nations Information Center (UNIC)-Dhaka, United Nations Volunteers (UNV), Volunteer Services Overseas (VSO), National Federation of Youth Orgnisations in Bangladesh (NFYOB), National Youth Council Bangladesh (NYCB), Dhakabashi Organization, Eakok, Hope87-Bangladesh, Azad Muslim Welfare Complex, United Nations Youth and Students Association of Bangladesh (UNYSAB), Rotaract Club of Notredame College and some other leading NGOs.
Dr. Mustafa Jalal Mohiuddin, MP was present in the occasion as the chief guest while Mr. Stefan Priesner, UNDP Country Director,Bangladesh, Mr. Kazi Ali Reza, UNIC, Mr. Dulal Biswas, President, NFYOB, Md. Abdul Wahed, Executive Director, Eakok, Mr. Ramoni Mohan Chakma, National UNV Coordinator were present as the special guests. Mr. Md. Azizur Rahman, Director General, Department of Youth Development presided over the occasion. After the clean up at the in and outside of the Lalbagh Forte area the cleaning team including the guests went to Azad Muslim Welfare Complex for the closing of the event. Mr.Md. Abdul Wahed, Executive Director, Eakok Attomanobik Unnayan Sangstha said in his speech that International Youth Day was first proposed in 1991 to promote the benefits that the youth bring into the world and their positive works. It is observed globally and youth organizations hold various activities including youth events that tackle matters related to education, employment and other issues relevant to the youth. They hold sporting events, demos and exhibitions featuring young people’s accomplishments. He mentioned that in Bangladesh, the Ministry of Youth and various youth organizations creating real opportunities for young people in developing activities and employment in the country.
Organization is actively participated in 3rd UNESCO Asian youth forum held in 1st July 2009 to 10th July,2009 in South Korea. Participant MS Loba Sisabil of Eakok was 100% sponsored by UNESCO.