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Building Pioneers makes solid houses more affordable, eco-friendly and disaster resistant in deve
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The decline of the Jute sector in Bangladesh threatens millions of jobs and rural development.
No garment factory worker is empowered or safe with only men in charge.
currently the population of Dhaka city has begun to rise up day by day.
‘Shurokkha’ (meaning: Protection) an eco-friendly, affordable sanitary napkin made from bamboo fi
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AASHAR PHOOL creates income generating opportunity for underemployed women in Bangladesh through
The UN Convention defines a child as anyone below the age of 18 years and spells out the basic hu
Motherhouse is a fashion brand mainly producing handbags. Motherhouse will
Bangladesh Cooking Fuel from Rice Hulls: an Integrated Food-Energy System - Increase Jobs - Transfer Technology to Tanzania
Alleviate human suffering attributable to shortages of cooking fuel.
Expanding digital education among disadvantaged youth and children with the aim of increasing emp
Due to the project women right to economic emancipation is ensured.
AROHI:Pedaling the Path to empowerment! Women on bicycles breaking stigma to gain freedom of mobility and economic opportunity.
To establish freedom of mobility for women through riding and owning a bicycle, in societies wher
Creation of Sustainable SME Entrepreneurship through Financing Fresh Graduates from Technical & Vocational Institutes
Fresh graduates from technical & vocational institutes face problems in finding a job and set
Entered in The G-20 SME Finance Challenge
Complete, accurate, and reliable clinical data collection is needed in developing countries for t
disability has become a challenging problem in our country.
I plan to take electricity to more homes and slums under the existing electricity supply by reduc