Mohammad Mohasin is the Founder of Bangladesh Cricket Association for the Physically Challenged, Captain of Bangladesh’s Wheelchair Cricket Team, and General Secretary of International Council of Wheelchair Cricket.
Born to parents who are already established in their respective fields in media, it is no surprise that Ali Hasib nurtured similar dreams. His mother, Shamima Shammi is a director as well as a writer for television, while his father, Mohammad Ali Bashir is a television
We are apprised of the sufferings and hardships of women in our society. While there is an add-on to those who belong to the minority, for them the roads to success are always bedded with thorns. Sonu Rani Das belongs to one such group. She, beyond all the
23-year-old Narayanganj local Akash Ahmed recently constructed a car that resembles a Lamborghini. Akash is an autorikshaw mechanic and settled in Narayanganj. “I got all my training from my father and both maternal and paternal grandfathers, who were also mechanics”, says Akash.
After three years of classes in the scorching heat and uncompromising rain, the students of the open school of Alokito Shishu, A Last Mile Life Initiative, got their formal school at the all-new Munshiganj campus. With the support and fund from IDLC, Alokito Shishu built the school.
What began as five friends sitting in a cafeteria at school, talking about wanting to do something to help their community, has become a powerful force for social change. They started out by distributing warm clothing to people in need, during a particularly harsh winter, with the help of volunteers from the community. Today, almost 6 years after their first campaign in 2013, Footsteps has taken up Project Trishna, and the monumental task of ensuring safe, drinkable water for everyone.
Four urban educators — Al Mansoor Helal, Mahmudul Hassan Tareq, Shahinur Selim, and Hasibur Rahman Sohan, all graduates of leading universities — began their journey as Residents in a one-year programme called the School Leadership Residency, in Panchagarh, run by Teach For Bangladesh, in 2018.
Bangladesh Youth Skills Summit took place last month, at the permanent campus of United International University (UIU), at Madani Avenue, Badda. It was an insightful day for all those who participated from different esteemed professionals across the country.
Pradeepta Kumar Saha conceived the idea of a virtual reality based education program in 2016 to assist the education sector. “I realized that I was a visual learner, when I performed surprisingly well in a test conducted after a University trip to Lalbagh, where I had experienced the location and could relate better to the guide’s narration” he shared. Thus, in an attempt to help students like him, he started working on VR education.