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GreenGrade starts work in Bangladesh through TGVCI funding 1 Reply

We are excited to announce that GreenGrade’s UpSkill, our new e-learning programme, has been selected for funding by the British government’s Department for International Development (DFID). UpSkill…Continue

Tags: workers, #garment, #training, #impact, #TGVCI

Started by Maher Anjum. Last reply by Parveen Sultana Huda Sep 18.

MAPPING CRAFT TRADITIONS AND URBAN FUTURES: A BANGLADESH STORY: Presented By Oitij-Jo at Alchemy Festival 15th -26th May 2014, South Bank Centre, London

Oitij-jo is a not for profit organisation, set up to inspire, collaborate and engage. Oitij-jo presents creative excellence and achievement of Bengali traditions in the arts and crafts, by all means…Continue

Tags: garments, sustainable, ethical, in, made

Started by Maher Anjum May 13.

Made in Bangladesh 1 Reply

This blog was written by Samad Miraly, Executive Director of Olympic Industries Limited and serial entrepreneur and angel investor in Bangladesh.Bangladesh. What’s the first thing that comes to mind?…Continue

Tags: startup dhaka, startup, samad miraly, entrepreneur, bangladesh

Started by Practitioner Hub. Last reply by Maher Anjum May 13.

Inclusive Business in Bangladesh: Awaiting the ‘Big Push’ 3 Replies

“Forced marriage”. That’s how many of the development practitioners at the field level, who are now having to partner with big private companies to implement donor-funded projects in order to reach…Continue

Tags: BIF, partnership, network

Started by K Zunaed Rabbani. Last reply by Parveen Sultana Huda May 5.

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