The project plans to startup of an online platform of 120 primary school teachers who educate minor boys and girls in the rural area of Bangladesh. They will be organized into batches for imparting training on using internet and online communication media at their flexible time. These learned groups would finally begin life unlocking the bureaucratic fiat along with their own stories. They will be able to in a position to explore social dignity
The project proposes to provide training opportunities to ready-made garment workers in the use of digital tools thereby raise their voices, open delivery of life history, stories, case studies, experiences sharing through mother language in Bangla. These underpaid garments workers majorities from women folk live in cluster of slums to be organized into citizen media to restore their legitimate rights to speak on own ideas, grievances to society
LEGAL AID CENTER AND FOUNDATION has been campaigning about the GENDER BASED VIOLENCE AND TO CREATE AWARENESS among the general public. RAPE INSIDE THE BUS in INDIA has brought these issues in light. In Bangladesh, rape has become daily affairs and people are not getting any justice. We want to train youths regarding these affairs so that Learned Youth Groups are blogging and they know to how to blog for these Human Rights issue for awareness
This will be a yearlong project mentoring a group of young volunteers with an aim to build an expert group of young people for working human rights and environmental sustainability field through them contribution to the local community. Participants will work within the local community on various issues through, interviewing them, writing, blogging, photography, making short movie etc so that they can gather knowledge to share.
AUDC will launch 24 months project in Chittagong City Corporation area with a goal to establish disabled people leaded by Person with Disabilities (PWD’s). As social entrepreneur they will change the negative view of community towards them and create their rights concern following CRPD. To achieve this goal AUDC will create 2 groups of 10 Disabled people with their 1 helping hand peer. This group will work on the aspect of CRPD for rights.
Establish a computer lab for providing training to indigenous/vulnerable youth about online outsourcing system, using twitter, blog, internet to connect with others how to create blog group, how to exchange their ideas, cultures and customs with the wider communities. Organize series of workshops with experienced local bloggers to share their ideas with new generation of indigenous communities to discuss about present crisis and how to solve it
The proposed BAKB-Learning Centre will serve as a hub of online agricultural information management system. It will provide updated agricultural contents and location-specific agricultural technology through internet, CD and print. Also a feedback has to be developed. BAKB will be to help farmers improve the production and income from agricultural activities, and thereby, to contribute to strengthening food security and reducing poverty.
Voter Education for election since this year the elections will take place in Bangladesh, our organisation have a good working experience for election monitoring, Public Awareness and Voter Education and we have a plans for this election monitoring and voter education. We want to organize international day events linked with the election especially women participation. Women Member of Parliament will selected through direct election.
BR is a non-profit community radio which was authorized by the ministry of Information of Bangladesh. A mobile access point is a natural extension to BRs remote field recordings and can build on the existing level of community interaction and awareness in ICTs that has been established through the ‘radio browsing’ initiative. Developing locally produced content programs, Community Engagement, Program on direct Community interaction, Instructional
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