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...
Livestock rearing makes many households economically solvent
Muktar Hossein from Horirampur, Manikgonj Shefali Begum a 60 years widow lives in Harihardia village under Lechraganj union of Harirampur Upazilla with her children. She has been rearing livestock particularly sheep and goats for a long time enabling her to understand the language of the sheep ...Continue Reading...
Tree Olympiad held in Netrakona
Riku Rani Paul from Netrakona An exceptional Tree Olympiad was held at Collegiate school and college located at Rajubazar in Netrakona yesterday arranged jointly by BARCIK and youth association. This school level competition were escorted by 260 students from 260 schools in the area. The ...Continue Reading...
We want to build a green earth
Happy Roy from Netrokona “They cut down all trees, now how I make medicine?” It was a popular advertisement in our media telecasted in the recent past. A kabiraj (Traditional healer) did not find a certain tree in the forest; stand beside the jungle and said these words. This advertisement was ...Continue Reading...
The green initiative of old couple in Haor area
Ohidur Rahaman from Nethrokona Due to geographical location, the people of Haor area have been upholding their existence and getting survived fighting with all natural adversities and disasters from the time immemorial. These food warriors have to face problems like drought, flood, advance ...Continue Reading...
Hindus retained their cremation right
By Md. Shahidul Islam, Rajshahi The Hindu communities who are more than 1000 living at Mohor village of Talanda union in Tanore upazila under Rajshahi district had been facing a severe problem when their only one cremation ground (it is a place where dead bodies are brought to be burnt) was ...Continue Reading...
Peanut cultivation in new emerged lands
By Sattranjan Saha and Mukter Hossein The Padma river flows above Harirampur upazila. Due to river erosion every year, many arable lands get disappeared into the river. On the other hand, due the change in the water flow of the river sometimes small new lands get emerged helping farmers to see ...Continue Reading...
“Chew Jaun” The Barind Farmer invented their own irrigation system
Amreto Sarker from Tanore, Barind Region Formation of land in Barind region is geographically different from other agricultural ecosystems of the country. Most of the land in this region is high and low form. This type of land in English is called “Terrence Land”. These types of ...Continue Reading...
Let’s love the elderly and especially able people
Maruf Hossain Milon from Satkhira Sundarban Students Solidarity Team is a well-known youth organization in the coastal region. The team, which is comprised of a group of youth students in Shyamnagar area, has been doing development work in society and culture. They are constantly standing ...Continue Reading...
Lemon of Manikganj in the world market
Abdur Razzak From Manikganj Lemon farming has changed the economic scenario of Ghior Upazila of Manikganj. More than two thousand people from around 700 families of Baliakhora and Sodaghata villages of Upazila are dependent on lemon cultivation. The farmers of this region cultivate colombo, ...Continue Reading...
- 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
- The youth community beside the helpless Dalit population in Corona
- A man leading community towards agro-ecology
- Community Seed Bank (CSB): an initiative to reduce disaster risks in char areas of Bangladesh
- … Of the people led development
- We want a poison free and zero hunger world
- Respect rural women, recognize their contribution