April 30, 2019

“I learned that hatred is a disease that can only be cured by the one who is suffering from it. Since coming out a few years ago, I lost my neighbors and broke off so many friendships because of hatred," said Sujon Das, a 23-year-old transgender who is a tailor by prof...

April 27, 2019

Nowadays, human waste is a matter of concern in Rohingya camps in Bangladesh. According to research, the Rohingya refugees produces 10,000 tons of waste per month. ADRA Bangladesh with the collaboration of WASH partners in camp 21, Nayapara RC, Camp 26 and Camp 27 orga...

April 24, 2019

“My mother had two sons before me, but unfortunately they all had died at an early age. Now, I am the only children of my parents who are still alive,” said Arif, an eleven-year-old schoolboy.

Seventeen years back Arif's family came to Dhaka from Pirojpur district which...

April 16, 2019

Most of the women in the rural areas of Bangladesh is helpless as they have no education and they are dependent on agricultural activities. In the rural areas, almost in each family women play a vital role to contribute financially. Anarkoli Begum is one of them!


April 14, 2019

The first day of the Bangla calendar indeed is a big occasion in the life of every Bengali. It is a day of cheerful celebrations with great pride and enthusiasm. Pohela Boishakh is the festival of celebrating Bengali New Year. Pohela means first and Boishakh is the fir...

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