Learn to be my own hero

Skills and livelihood trainings, I gained financial independence, learned to save and invest responsibly, knew my rights, regained my self-confidence  

a2i’s Public Service Innovation network made ‘partner of month’ in the South-South Galaxy

It serves as a one-stop-shop for all partners of the Global South to utilize as a platform for sharing solutions. In previous months UNFPA, World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and United…  

How LoGIC is financing happiness.

LoGIC is on its path towards mobilizing more resources to cover all the vulnerable households to adapt to the adverse effects of climate change through financial empowerment.  

Better forecast for better disaster risk management in Cox’s Bazar

The local communities are exposed to multiple natural hazards and experience recurring extreme weather events including cyclones, torrential rains, landslides, flash floods, storm surges, and extreme…  

Groundwater levels fall drastically around Rohingya camps: study

the impacts of Rohingya influx on land and agricultural production, the study shows that between August 2017 and March 2018, over 100 hectares of crop land in Teknaf and Ukhiya were damaged by refugee…  

Ethnic girls embody apostles of human rights defenders

Different initiatives involving youth leaders to better protect and promote the rights ethnic minorities and marginalised groups in Bangladesh.  

Women leaders take the lead in preventing child marriage in Kalmakanda

Upon formation of the Women Development Forum earlier this year, we are getting success in preventing child marriage and violence against women  

Sustainability practices offer $51b business opportunities

UNDP and HSBC embodies a key priority for Bangladesh by demonstrating how the market and productive partnerships can create an enabling environment to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.  

Combat Cyberbullying for Digital Peace - Speakers at Peace Talk Cafe

A cyber space free from bullying and hate speech should be a human right  

From solid waste to powering the nation, first in Bangladesh

The first of its kind in Bangladesh, the initiative will be converting solid waste produced in the municipality to generate electricity that would then be supplied to the National Grid.  

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