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Azmayeen Uses Technology to Overcome Communication Barriers - Bangla Version

পনেরো বছর বয়সী আজমাইন বর্তমানে প্রযুক্তি নিয়ে কাজ করছে এবং ইতিমধ্যেই প্রযুক্তি সংক্রান্ত বিভিন্ন গুরুত্বপূর্ণ আবিষ্কার করে নজর কেড়ে নিয়েছে সকলের। 

অষ্টম শ্রেণীর শিক্ষার্থী আজমাইন ছোটবেলা থেকেই প্রযুক্তির প্রতি আগ্রহী ছিল। সে তৃতীয় শ্রেণী থেকেই সে প্রোগ্রামিং শুরু করে। সেই সাথে সফটওয়্যার ডেভেলপমেন্ট, ওয়েব ডেভেলপমেন্ট, আর্টিফিশিয়াল ইন্টেলিজেন্স, রোবটিকস ইত্যাদি বিষয়ে কাজ শুরু করে। আজমাইন বর্তমানে তার নিজের আবিষ্কৃত কিছু প্রযুক্তির মাধ্যমে সমাজের উন্নয়ন করার চেষ্টা করছে।

The Enterprises of Amlan's Mentees

Amlan Kusum Ganguly, the Founder Director of Salt Lake City Prayasam, was selected as an Ashoka Fellow in 2006 for his signature concept of “Area Health Minders”. For the last 21 years, Amlan has been putting in youth in charge from various underserved communities to become changemakers in their own sphere of life and work.

Meet the 9th Batch of Youth Venturers from India

While the norm is to focus on academics, these teenagers are looking beyond their textbooks. From innovating a solar-powered incinerator for dealing with menstrual waste to teaching girls to code, these teenagers are changing the narrative of what youth in this country aspire for. They recognise the social and environmental problems around them and find intriguing ways to solve them. Never again, can we doubt the capability of the youth to challenge patterns and change narratives.

গ্রাম থেকে বাল্য বিবাহ দূর করার জন্য মনির যুদ্ধ

Moni with her children's club
'মনি, বর্তমানে বাল্যবিবাহ এবং শিশু শিক্ষা সম্পর্কে কাজ করে যাচ্ছে। সমাজ পরিবর্তনের জন্য করেছে তার নিজস্ব সংগঠন 'বিডি প্যাক্স ফাউন্ডেশন'। 

Moni's fight to eliminate child marriage in her village

“If you constantly work in a selfless manner, the work itself will show you where you belong”

This is the message of Ashoka Youth Venturer, Moni, an 18 year old girls right advocate in Kulaura, Sylhet. She wants girls to take control of their destiny fighting for their right to education, health and freedom. With this goal in mind, Moni founded the ‘Unique Adolescence Club'. A club that seeks to empower children, especially girls, to become change agents in their community. The club currently has around 90 members in its 3 branches. 

Become an Ashoka Youth Venturer


We are thrilled to announce that Ashoka Bangladesh is looking for the fourth cohort of Youth Venturers.

We are searching for a teenager who demonstrates the core changemakers skills while incubating an idea, taking initiative, and cultivating positive change through collaboration.

Every Young Filipino a Changemaker

“We prepare our students for jobs and careers, but we don’t teach them to think as individuals about what kind of world they would create.”

Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate & Ashoka Global Academy Member

Mithela Haque Shares the Power to Bloom

Mithela Haque experiences firsthand how many girls in Bangladesh believe that they are not very clever, not very good at science, not meant to travel abroad.

To shift these mindsets and empower fellow young women, as well as boys, Mithela founded Power to Bloom. She and like-minded volunteers work with schools in low-income communities to provide much needed spaces for adolescents to learn and share around issues that are traditionally taboo.

#LeadYoung - Why Waste? Learning to See the Glass as Half Full

Garvita Gulhati, now 18, is helping students in her high school see that age is not a limit to solving problems you care about. At 15 years old, she and her friend, Pooja S. Tanawade, did just that. They started “Why Waste?,” an organization educating citizens about creative ways to reduce water waste — starting with restaurants where four million gallons of water are wasted per year in India.