“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...
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...
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...
Alternative Initiatives to Combat Disaster
Satyranjan Saha from Harirampur, Manikganj: The Padma river and its branch Ichamati, flowed through the Harirampur sub-district of Manikgonj. Besides, Diabari beels, Bhatchalah beels, Gopinathpur beels are filled with water in the monsoon season. Being a low area adjacent to the Padma river, ...Continue Reading...
Climate Change : Loss and Damage
Zahangir Alam from Dhaka One. Recently the most internationally discussed issue is ‘Loss and Damage’ of climate change. Bangladesh is one of the most affected countries by the impact of climate change among developing and island countries. Before discussing the impact of climate ...Continue Reading...
Youth Liton Chandra Das is the Pride of Netrokona
Shankar Mrong and Abdur Rab from Netrokona Intense determination, effort, hard work, proper planning and management convey a man to the peak of successes. Their sincere efforts, hard work gave rare respect to national youth honor as a successful youth volunteer. We are talking about Liton ...Continue Reading...
School of Dalit Rabidas
Satyaranjan Saha from Harimampur, Manikganj Nearly 40 families of poor Rabidas have been living near Jhitka Hat since ancient time. The main source of income is the small repair shoe business. Education can be the medium of development of the livelihood of poor people like hunger waits for no ...Continue Reading...
Vermin compost enhances the nutritional fertility and production of crops
Iqbal Kabir Ranzu from Chatmohor, Pabna A large farm has been built by 5 entrepreneurs named Progga Agro Enterprise on 100 decimal of land at Ichakhali village of Mathurapur union of Chatmohar, Pabna. Apart from rearing about 100 cattle, the vermin Compost is being made in 22 houses under a ...Continue Reading...
The future of Wooden Wheel is at stake
Iqbal Kabir Ranzu from Chatmohar, Pabna : Human beings are affectionate to discover or invent new inventions since ancient times. The next generation is enjoying the advantages of their contribution to the development of civilization. The progress of civilization has led speed in slow life ...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...
- Mamun Mian transforms his house as nutrition bank (Shoto Bari)
- Nutrition Bank (Shoto Bari) fulfills rural people’s nutrition need
- A dignified farming ensures youth’s involvement
- Tarulata’s initiative affords nutrition for her family members
- Haor farmers got three varieties of crops suitable for the area
- Let’s be committed to protecting the Environment
- Working towards ensuring pluralistic society
- Conserving Agrobiodiversity for food security
- Agriculture, Farmers and Nutrition Bank
- Covid-19 and BARCIK’s initiatives