Monthly Archives: July 2011

Millions of dollars are engaged in Bangladesh in Water and Sanitation (WATSON) Sector, but …

Millions of dollars are engaged in Bangladesh in this sector. Millions of men and women are engaged in this sector. A noteworthy number of NGO and GO organizations are involved in this sector. The Bangladesh government has numerous projects are dedicated for this sectors. But still this sector of Water and Sanitation (WATSON) is far away from the milestone of desired result. I don’t tell that there were no achievements. Bangladesh has been developing forward days after days. But still miles to go….

Live Pictures are taken on 24th July 2011 from the schools of village of Padmabila union in Chuadanga district just adjacent to the Chuadanga sadar upazila, Chuadanga, Bangladesh.

School Name

Name of District Name of upazila Type of School Name of Unions

Baliakandi Govt. Primary School

Chuadanga Chuadanaga Sadar Government Padmabila

Chandipur Malik Saranio Non Govt. Registered Primary school

Chuadanga Chuadanaga Sadar Semi Government Padmabila

Subdia Govt. Primary School

Chuadanga Chuadanaga Sadar Government Padmabila

Photographs of the concern area of Baliakandi Govt. Primary School, Chandipur Malik Saranio Non Govt. Registered Primary school, Subdia Govt. Primary School

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Right to housing debates

Hi everyone,
It’s nice to meet all of you.

This is mahfuj alam from Bangladesh, South East Asia.

I am very glad to be part of this platform. I have completed my Master’s Degree from Chennai, India in Computer Science from University of Madras. From the Subject perspective, I may be found as the odd one in this discussion. But I feel happy to include myself in a discussion like this.

There is no alternative for the right of house for any human beings. Whether this is man or woman, He/she has to live under a roof. This is the basic need. The fundamental question is regarding the right over the house and land. As a man of free thought, i agree with the equal participation of both men and women to establish equal right on the property. There are some religious vagueness or state law barriers. We have to overcome by creating awareness among the educated people, law maker, governmental institution etc.

Thanking you all.

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