I knew my dad owned a a few acres of land in Pabna, Bangladesh. I asked for his permission to use it to build a medical clinic and he obliged. I then spent several months in meetings and forming contacts with international NGO's to find one that would help me build this clinic. I am now a Special Project Sponsor for the Hope Foundation for Women and Children of Bangladesh, which means I oversee all logistics involved in running and constructing this medical clinic. I also have full responsibility for raising funds. I have organized a charity dinner/silent auction at my university and several other smaller fundraisers to begin this upcoming school year. I have also applied for several grants. I am also organizing and seeking funding to hold women's health seminars to teach preventative and maternal health practices in four areas of rural Pabna. This will help spread word of the medical center I hope to build in Pabna and simultaneously help educate a severely underprivileged population.