Diversity strengthens the interdependent relationship among all life forms
Silvanus Lamin The interdependent relationship among all life forms; be them humans, plants and animals widely relies on the abundance of diversity. This interdependence gets rooted and stronger through the exchanges of widely available diversity among all life forms. Having fruits and flowers ...Continue Reading...
Increase the allocation for safe food production
Pavel Partha from Dhaka The 1996 World Food Summit announced, Food cannot be used as a political and economic pressure in anyway. But still, we see various political, economic, cultural and social pressures and controls are surrounding food. It is seen again that the food stock of all other ...Continue Reading...
Nature and Forest in our Service
by Silvanus lamin Introduction It has been said that luxuriant forests and nature are rooted in the economic prosperity of any country and the welfare of the people. With a little notice, we can get a clear idea about this. How nature and luxuriant forests are serving us regularly? The answer ...Continue Reading...
The Khasis in Bangladesh and their struggle to maintain livelihood
Silvanus Lamin Introduction There are 45 ethnic communities’ namely indigenous people living in Bangladesh. Khasi is one of the indigenous communities in Bangladesh. The community has been living in Sylhet region (Sylhet, Moulvibazar Habigonj), particularly hilly and mountainous region of ...Continue Reading...
It’s humans responsibility to nurture all life forms on earth
Silvanus Lamin Living the daily routine of life, I often immerse myself in different thoughts and dreams. I start thinking about random aspects of the life that we live and the reasons behind them. I often ponder why God has created this planet and even more on why he has filled it with humans ...Continue Reading...
Ensure food Security for all Life forms
Pavel Partha One Some of the many genius and intelligent people of our glorious past have left us with quite some valuable ideals that have kept us in the light about the true value of food in our lives. Ludwig Andreas von Feuerbach said, “Man is what He eats” On the other hand, ...Continue Reading...
Diversity is life, diversity is beautiful
Silvanus Lamin Diversity In general sense, diversity means the different ‘existence’ and different nature of different life forms on the planet. But BARCIK believes, diversity does not only mean that rather it encompasses the different shapes of both living and non-living subjects and objects, ...Continue Reading...
Let’s ensure sound health of the nature for our good health
By Sukanta Sen and Silvanus Lamin World Health Day is celebrated worldwide every year by the government, non-government, NGOs including various health organizations. There are some of the objectives of why it is being celebrated yearly and the objectives are seen below: To increase the public ...Continue Reading...
Climate change and the Khasis in Bangladesh
:: Silvanus Lamin The Khasis in Bangladesh The Khasi is one of the ethnic communities in Bangladesh living in Bangladesh from the time immemorial. The existence, culture, tradition, customs, language of this community is almost in the last line of marginalization. There are several reasons ...Continue Reading...
Students are the active Social actors
Silvanus Lamin:: Students can contribute in building a nice and peaceful world through utilizing their innovations, zeal and strengths by actively get themselves involved in the process that leads to the solution of the existing social problems. Students are energetic and have the potentiality ...Continue Reading...
- 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
- ‘We hate early marriage’
- Where there is a will, there is a way
- A success story of community movement