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Mithela Wants to Give Teenagers a Voice

Mithela has always been a Changemaker. But, it was at 18 that her parents allowed her to start her first big project. Her organization Power to Bloom works with young people in schools. They spend a year working with students in 6th to 10th grade to address topics that are important to the students. These topics range from Mental Health problems to social relationships and social taboos, to name just a few. It is about giving them a forum to talk about what their life is like.

Labib Works to Include Disabled People in Society - Bangla Version

লাবিব, যে নিজে তার চ্যাঞ্জমেকার যাত্রা শুরু করেন অল্প বয়সে, লাবিব বিশ্বাসী যে চেষ্টায় সফলতা! লাবিব ঢাকা শহরে অন্যতম একটি বড় একটি বিদ্যালয়ে পড়াশোনা করেন।

Labib Works to Include Disabled People in Society

Labib founded the organization InclusionX at the age of 16 years old. InclusionX seeks to give individuals with disabilities a role and voice in society by overcoming society created barriers to participation. Labib wants to ‘break down the invisible wall which is like a glass barrier that exists between children with and without disabilities in Bangladesh due to various societal and family reasons’. While based in Dhaka currently Labib sees InclusionX as an organization that is needed across the whole of Bangladesh.

Sudeepto Brings Stories Alive for the Blind

Sudeepto is the founder of ‘Shruto’, an organisation dedicated to creating audiobooks for the visually impaired in Bangladesh to provide them access to various literary works. The 18 year old, who started his venture back in 2016 when he was in grade 11, envisions a creative society in the future where the visually disabled are no longer seen as a burden, but instead are able to express their creativity through their writings while possessing free thinking capability.

Yusuf Is Helping Teens Turn Their Passion Into A Profession

Reflective Teens is an organisation working with teenagers to help transform their passions and hobbies into professions. Its emphasis is to encourage teenagers to pursue their passions which may range from writing, photography to even painting. Professions not traditionally valued in Bangladesh.

Shawon Wants Programming to be Accessible to Everyone

"যে যা করতে চায়, তা আনন্দের সাথে করলে সহজেই জীবনে সফলতা  সম্ভব"