Impact Stories

Expanding civic participation a case from Protiva Lokokendro

`Protiva’ Lokokendro ensured separate budgetary allocation for women and children from in the budget of Bamunia Union Council of Nilphamari district. Protiva lokokendro consists of 6 reflect circles of Bamunia Union which were established a few years ago in the working area of Udayankur Seba Sangstha (USS).
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Realising young women’s rights to employment in Kushtia

In Kushtia, especially in the remote villages, young women are not allowed to do social work, especially work that would require house-to-house visit, because of conservatism, social stigma and religious beliefs. Sathi Kathun, 21 years old and Mukrima Khatun 19 years were not spared from these social norms.
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Nizam: A story of life biker

Nizam (27) is an inhabitant of North Bakalia of Chattogram City Corporation. Dependent on the incomes of his day labourer father, Nizam's parents could not bear education expenses of their children. Consequently, Nizam dropped out from school when he was in tenth grade. He passed idle time and remained jobless for eight years.
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Afroza: A story of a young entrepreneur

Afroza, an 18-year-old young woman, living in Uttar Pahartoli of Chattogram City Corporation area of Bangladesh. This area is full of domestically migrated marginalised people who come from different districts in order to find a job.
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Improved Roads and Stairs lessen Ali's Struggle

Ali Ahammad, 75, used to live from Gouzamil area in Myanmar with his family. The Myanmar Military tortured them in many ways and torched their houses.
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Sajeda is Now More Confident

Sajeda attended various sessions offered from the center to raise awareness and information. She learned basic literacy skills, empowerment and leadership skills, food and nutrition, disaster risk reduction in life skills sessions.
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Ensuring Water Supply for the Rohingya People

Amena Khatun, 54, is one of the many women in Balukhali camp who fled from Myanmar. She has been living in the camp since 7 September 2017. In the beginning, Amena faced a serious water crisis in the camp as there was no source of water in their camp.
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Moving Safely in the Camp under the Streetlights

After passing 69 years of his life, now Azhar Mea can barely see properly due to poor eyesight and faces difficulties to walk. He uses a bamboo stick to walk as a support.
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