Activities and engagements by Kapaeeng Foundation

2021-10-03T16:32:34+06:00October 3rd, 2021|

Kapaeeng Foundation as a human rights organization for Indigenous Peoples in Bangladesh was established on 1 April 2004 with the view to working for promotion and protection of the rights of Indigenous Peoples in the country. The term ‘Kapaeeng’ is derived from indigenous Khumi language, meaning ‘Rights’. The vision of Kapaeeng Foundation (KF) is to establish a society based on the values of justice, equity and freedom where human rights and fundamental freedoms of Indigenous People (IPs) are ensured.

Activities and engagements by MLAA

2021-10-03T16:28:56+06:00October 3rd, 2021|

Madaripur Legal Aid Association (MLAA), the first legal aid and human rights organization in Bangladesh, has been working for enhancing access to justice and promoting human rights for the poor, particularly, women, children, and marginalized since its inception in 1978.

Activities and engagements by COAST Foundation

2021-10-03T16:34:13+06:00October 3rd, 2021|

COAST emerged as an NGO in 1998 from a ten-year-old project of an international NGO. It was a project situated in the southern part of Bhola Island. COAST is registered (No. 1242) by the NGO Affairs Bureau of the Prime Minister’s Office, Bangladesh Government. It has got registration (No. 00956-04041-00068) from Microcredit Regulatory Authority, Bangladesh Central Bank. COAST has the Special Consultative Status with the UN ECOSOC.

Gender Awareness Message by BRAC’s Gender Justice and Diversity Programme

2020-09-22T20:34:11+06:00September 22nd, 2020|

It is critical to ensure gender equality and justice to safeguard women and children who are at a more disadvantageous situation during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, achieving SDGs is far beyond imagination without establishing gender equality and access to justice for all.

Presidents and Prime Ministers Appeal for Big Ideas, Solidarity to Restart SDG Progress

2020-09-22T11:31:45+06:00September 22nd, 2020|

The high-level week of UNGA 75 began with the first-ever SDG Moment, aiming to set the stage for the UN75 commemoration, other high-level events during the week, and the Decade of Action for the SDGs.

দেশে প্রতি তিনজন শিক্ষিত যুবকের একজন বেকার, যুবসমাজের জন্য ভাতার ব্যবস্থা করতে হবে – ড. দেবপ্রিয় ভট্টাচার্য

2020-08-31T15:03:13+06:00August 31st, 2020|

এই মুহুর্তে দেশে প্রতি চারজনে একজন যুবক বেকার এবং প্রতি তিনজনে একজন শিক্ষিত যুবক বেকার। অর্থাৎ যে যতো শিক্ষিত সে ততো বেকার থাকছে। এই সময়ে দেশের যুবসমাজ একটা অনিশ্চিত জীবনের মধ্যে পড়েছে। কারণ আগেই তাদের কর্মসংস্থানের বাজার অনেক দুর্বল ছিলো এখন করোনার অতিমারির পরে কি হবে আমরা জানি না।

NGO Contributions to Community Health and Primary Health Care: Case Studies on BRAC

2020-08-02T21:57:44+06:00August 2nd, 2020|

Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working in developing countries are chiefly a post-World War II phenomenon. Though they have made important contributions to health and development among impoverished people throughout the world, the documentation of these contributions has been limited.

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