A success story of community movement
Ohidur Rahman from Nertakona Rivers are the backbone of human civilization. They provide us freshwater which is helpful for various purposes such as irrigation, transportation, drinking, cleaning, washing, etc. Without rivers, life will come to a halt. Therefore, rivers should keep on flowing ...Continue Reading...
A tale of Patshala in Char area
By, Sattya Ranjan Saha, Manikgonj A patshala (education center) which means school named Padma Parer is situated in the char area of Horirampur, in Manikgonj. This shcool has become an inspiration for the guardians of children in the remote area. The poor and deprived children get the ...Continue Reading...
Payel and Pirya are inspiration for the Horijan communities
By Ohidur Rahman, Netrakona Chakpara of Netrakona, where 35 Horijan (Marginal indigenous community) families live. These people have been working as cleaners and sweepers in the towns for a long time and there have been no changes in the occupation for the last few decades. Thus being unaware ...Continue Reading...
The villagers made the road voluntarily
By Asim Kumar Sorkar, from Rajshahi Voluntary participation of community people in any development initiative can always play a vital role for its success. Although, participation could varies from one community to another and country to country. Community of Khariakandi Villagers of Rishikul ...Continue Reading...
Youths for change in Rajshahi
ABM Touhidul Alam Youth (one-third of total population) in Bangladesh is the most viable and potential human resource not only in population structure but also in social structure. Without their development, a nation cannot achieve her human intended. The Government of Bangladesh has ...Continue Reading...
Netrakona youth in social development
The ‘Nature and life’ youth organization of Paradurgapur of Netrakona has been implementing some development activities to contribute in overall development of their area. The members of this organization on regular basis arrange football tournament to keep the young generation away from drugs ...Continue Reading...
Abdul Karim dreams of the welfare of differently abled people
Sattaranjan Saha and Mukter Hossein, from Harirampur Manikgonj Abdul Karim studied up to standard five and as he came from of farmer’s family he got involved in agriculture with his father. His father bought a tractor for agriculture work. Once Abdul Karim got an accident while riding the ...Continue Reading...
A brave women Hawa Akter
By Md. Alamgir, from Netrakona Introduction Hawa lives at Ramjibanpur village of Swarmushia union under Atpara sub-district of Netrakona with her 5 family members. She was born in 1968 at Giduria village and studied at nearby Madrasha up to 8 grade. She married Kobir Hoessien of ...Continue Reading...
Alpona Rani Mistri and her sparkling journey
By Pavel Partha “Gachpala, mati, pani, pakhi, goru sob niyei amader grameen sangsar. Eikhane ekjoner kothe bhable hoina, sobar kotha bhabte hoi. Ei shiksha ami amar gram theke paichi. BARCIK theke ami atmabiswas paichi, amader goriber je nana sampad ache seita niya kibhabe bhalo bhave kaj kora ...Continue Reading...
Oysters are beneficial for water and environment
Amreto Kumar Sarkar from Rajshahi Kaligonj is one of the villages located at Shiv River bank. Marginalized community called Pal (potter) along with farmers have been living at this village for years. Due to water availability there exist large number of oysters which are grown naturally in this ...Continue Reading...
- Covid-19 and BARCIK’s initiatives
- Make maximum utilization of each inch of soil
- Adolescent girls distributed handmade masks to the poor
- Let the farmers determine the price of agricultural products
- BARCIK initiative in post Ampan situation
- ‘We want a corona free village’
- Corona, indigenous knowledge and science of nature
- Climate change and food security in Bangladesh
- The blessing of nature
- The Corona impacts on the Khasi community