The UN Democracy Fund is supporting The Hunger Project-Bangladesh (THP) to implement a project titled: ‘ MDG Unions: Building Participatory Democracy From the Bottom Up in Rural Bangladesh’ in partnership with BRAC, which is a comprehensive strategy to build capacity, document and demonstrate the impact of ten Union Parishads who are empowered to achieve all […]
The Journey of Zero Budget Natural Farming Has Begun with the Initiative of THP Bangladesh Agriculture will be free of cost! Crop production will not require any chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Through agriculture, it will be possible to produce safe food, alleviate poverty and address the adverse effects of climate change. 90 bighas (approximately 30 […]
Welcome by Badiul Alam Majumdar, Country Director for The Hunger Project (and moderator for this program). Welcome to the experience sharing meeting on the Coronavirus Resilient Villages (CRV) initiative. Nearly 500 of our volunteers from all over the country have joined today’s event. Quite a few experts from different disciplines have also joined us. In […]
This new report by USAID and FHI360 acknowledges significant input from our global vice president and country director Prof. Badiul Alam Majumdar.
Translation of a Bangla article written by Dr. Shamsul Alam, Member (Senior Secretary), General Economics Division (GED), Bangladesh Planning Commission, following his visit with a team to Gangni upazila, Meherpur district, mobilized by The Hunger Project. He published it in The Daily Ittefaq (2 April 2020), one of the largest circulated newspapers in Bangladesh. For […]
Prof. Badiul Majumdar, Global Hunger Project vice president and Bangladesh country director as well as secretary of SHUJAN – Citizens for Good Governance – has hosted two Facebook Live programs, including one with infectious disease expert Dr. MH Chowdhury Lelin.
Consistent with World Health Organization and government guidelines, THP volunteers across Bangladesh are handing out leaflets, making masks, making hand sanitizer, providing soap to those living in the most extreme poverty and establishing hand-washing stations. Volunteer “animators”, elders, women and youth leaders work together in more than 1,100 Village Development Teams (VDTs) to identify and […]
A rapid assessment was carried out by The Hunger Project in October 2017 primarily to identify the violent extremist issues relating to the recent Rohingya influx and the community hosting them. It is clear that the welcoming attitude of the host community toward the Rohingyas is disappearing fast and the prospect of conflict between the […]
Mahmud Hasan Rasel Joutho Chinta, Joutho Shokti, Sanggathane mukti’ keeping this slogan in front of GGS leaders arrange a convention in Patnitala Upazila, Naogaon. 1454 members came from 160 GGS of 12 unions. 322 peoples came out of these GGSs. Patnitala is one of the Upazilla where THP working with all Unions. This Upazila constituted […]