Respect rural women, recognize their contribution
By Silvanus Lamin BARCIK observed international rural women day on 15 October with different types of activities in its working areas. The main message of this day in 2019 is ‘Rural women and girls building climate resilience’. It is true that the rural women and girls, through their low carbon ...Continue Reading...
Where there is a will, there is a way
Sultana Parvin from Rajshahi Hard work and desire is the key of success in life. It is also believed that people can create their future. Bilkis Begum (36) an inhibits of Beel Nepal para village of Paba upazila under Rajshahi district has made her family financial solvent through her hard work ...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...
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...
‘Now we have the courage in mind’
By Orpona Ghagra, from Kalmakanda, Netrakona The village of Bishara is situated about 3 km from Kalamakandaupazila. The village is surrounded by water around 6 months in the rainy season due to being a Haor area. There was no chance to go anywhere without the boat. The village would have to go ...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...
Serving is Religion
Biswajit Mondal from Shyamnagar, Satkhira Serving is religion. Throughout the ages, many people have named themselves in the history of the past by devoting themselves to the service of creation. They become immortal in the quality of our work. Inspired by their graceful life, many people have ...Continue Reading...
Farmers Get Good Price of Their Crops
Shimul Biswas from Singair, Manikganj Various types of organic vegetables are being produced at the farmer’s house in Nayabari Adarsha gram of Singair upazila. In near past they sold these vegetable in their local Bayara market. However, most of the time women didn’t get good price as ...Continue Reading...
Cooking fuel crisis and Women’s suffering in the rainy season
AbdurRazzak, Ghior (Manikganj). Ashma Akhter, a housewife from remote Sodaghata village of GhiorUpazila, Manikganj having a 5-member family is undergoing a lot of hardship in regard to cook food. It is evident to understand her hardships as her husband is ill-being burden to ensure bred for her ...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