One Day on Earth

The World's Story is Yours to Tell

One Day on Earth - Bangladesh 12.12.12

Information

One Day on Earth - Bangladesh 12.12.12

Regional - South Asia - Bangladesh. A group for members participating in One Day on Earth from Bangladesh on 12.12.12.

Location: Bangladesh
Members: 30
Latest Activity: Dec 20, 2012

One Day on Earth in Bangladesh

Discussion Forum

Please give priorities for Agriculture, ‘Human population control’, Climate Change and Rural Development to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

Because of the present economic system, capitalists are becoming more capitalist and poor becoming poorest. National revenue is growing cause of the earning of the richest and capitalist but…Continue

Tags: to, Development, Rural, meet, the

Started by Mahmudul Hasan Oct 26, 2011.

Comment Wall

Comment

You need to be a member of One Day on Earth - Bangladesh 12.12.12 to add comments!

Comment by Saad Hussain on December 20, 2012 at 1:23am

Warm cloth distributed among 300 people near Shah Ali Mazar in Mirpur area of Dhaka (Bangladesh). See all the cloth distribution photos here-

http://flic.kr/s/aHsjDaPyjo

Comment by Saad Hussain on December 13, 2012 at 5:36am

AUTUMN Foundation, a non-profit voluntary organization, distributed warm clothes among approximately 800 people in the Hazaribagn area of Dhaka city. The program was endorsed by the local Ward Commissioner, Ismail Hossain Babu. Md. Ibrahim Khalil (Associate professor and Chairman - Department of Finance and Banking, Dhaka Commerce College) was present at the place and handed out clothes along with the other volunteers.

A fire swept through the Bou Bazaar slum in Hazaribagna area on November, killing at least 11 people, police and officials said. All the dead were children and women. Authorities said the blaze burned some 700 closely packed thatched houses to the ground, rendering several thousand poor people homeless.

AUTUMN Foundation is a registered non-profit voluntary organization governed by enthusiastic young individuals of Bangladesh. The organization’s work revolves around environmental and community development, youth development through engagement. Recently the organization donated relief materials to 250 families in the disaster stricken areas of Hatia, Bangladesh.

To know more please visit-

www.autumnfoundation.net

www.facebook.com/autumnfoundation

www.twitter.com/af_bangladesh

Comment by Saad Hussain on December 1, 2012 at 7:14pm

AUTUMN Foundation is going to distribute warm clothes this winter on 12/12/12. Collection campaign is going on right now. For more information please visit
www.autumnfoundation.net
www.facebook.com/autumnfoundation

Comment by Mahbub Syed on November 28, 2012 at 5:58am

Thanks for you concern. It's a shame how a lot of innocent lives were lost due an accident which could have been prevented...

Comment by Christen Hepuakoa Marquez on November 27, 2012 at 7:16pm

Hello everyone I heard that there was a big fire in Bangladesh today I hope that all of your family and friends are safe today.

Comment by Md. Ehsanul Hoque on November 17, 2011 at 11:30am

http://vimeo.com/32247759
My capture on 11.11.11

Comment by Md. Ehsanul Hoque on November 10, 2011 at 2:57am

I am going to document Social forestry and medical waste management practice in Noakhali paurashava. My friend Bappy Mozumder is helping me.

Comment by Sk Hasibul Alam on November 4, 2011 at 11:47pm
A Technology race is very important for Bangladesh!!!
Comment by Mahmudul Hasan on October 26, 2011 at 12:50am
Because of the present economic system, capitalists are becoming more capitalist and poor becoming poorest. National revenue is growing cause of the earning of the richest and capitalist but approximately 82 percent of the country's population lived in rural areas, virtually all of them making their living exclusively or substantially from agriculture. Poverty in Bangladesh is primarily a ’rural phenomenon’, with 53 percent of its rural population classified as poor, comprising about 85 percent of the country’s poor.

Without developing the agriculture, it is quite impossible to develop the country. While the country’s population is growing at the rate of 1.6 percent per year, demographic pressures and increased urbanization have caused cultivated area to decline at a rate of 1 percent per year. Population’s high birth rate is increasing the levels of poverty in Bangladesh. For nearly 45 percent of the rural population, who are already landless or functionally landless (owning less than 0.05 acre of land), and a majority of the new labor force every year, a declining land base and a small urban employment means that employment in the rural non-farm sector presents the best chance to escape poverty.

So please give priorities for Agriculture, ‘Human population control’, Climate Change and Rural Development to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
Comment by Mahmudul Hasan on October 26, 2011 at 12:49am
Bangladesh is also one of the poorest countries in the world. Four out of every 10 people live below the poverty line, according to government data on income, consumption and ability to meet basic human needs.
 

Members (30)

 
 
 

Events

© 2021   Created by One Day On Earth.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service