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...
It is Important to Save Diversity for Human Existence
Barind Region Representative The Barind region of northwestern Bangladesh is a unique heritage of the diversity of wildlife and multiculturalism. Here is the residence of different ethnicity and coexistence of life and nature. From the primitive era, historical Varendra region has changed in ...Continue Reading...
Climate change and the survival struggle of rural women in the coastal areas
Mofizur Rahman from Satkhira In Bangladesh, the coastal region is the most vulnerable to natural disasters. In recent time, Shyamnagar Upazila of Satkhira district is known as a consequence of climate change and natural disasters affected area in the world. The natural disaster like flood, ...Continue Reading...
Shefali Bibi achieved the best Joyita
Manonjoy Mondal from Satkhira: Shefali Bibi won the best Joyita award for sub-district level as a coastal forest-dependent woman. The Women’s Affairs Department of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh is honoring the women who is contributing a lot to social ...Continue Reading...
The wooden bridge is appreciated by everyone
Gunjon Rema from Kalamakanda, Netrakona: There is such proverb like many a little makes a mickle or many drops make a light work. We are talking each other like that in our everyday life. Similarly, ten people from Lengura and Chaitanagar villages is taken an initiative to build a bridge with ...Continue Reading...
Health camps for the health care of the elders organized by youth
Ishaque uddin from Netrokona According to one study, 7.0 percent of the total population of Bangladesh is elderly (Those over sixty years old)। The growing old population is a fundamental issue for the world and every country. At the moment elderly of Bangladesh faces three challenges, Which ...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