ASEAB has been working on health, nutrition, and WASH issues since 2007. In order to create affordable healthcare opportunities and address the constraints that undermine poor people’s access to healthcare, ASEAB established a community hospital in Pabna in 2007. It undertook six projects to provide services and enhance community awareness of primary healthcare, nutrition, safe water, sanitation, and hygiene. One of its significant interventions was the “Emergency Primary Health Care, Safe Water Sanitation Project for Rohingya Refugees.” This project was in operation from 2017 to 2020 and served 22500 beneficiaries. Another significant project was to conduct cataract surgery for poor people. Because of a lack of economic abilities, many poor people cannot get cataract treatment and suffer from the disease. Bangladesh government’s Ministry of Health, BDesh Foundation, DFID, and UNICEF are the partners in this theme.