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Why did Korvi Rakshand leave his life in the city to provide education for rural children living in remote areas around Bangladesh?

Korvi Rakshand, from Bangladesh
Why did Korvi Rakshand leave his life in the city to provide education for rural children living in remote areas around Bangladesh?

The Ajala Project presents Korvi- a philanthropist changing the world. At 21, Korvi Rakshand left home to find a solution to provide education to the most rural and remote areas of Bangladesh. JAAGO Foundation, his initiative has educated more than 2200 children and built more than 13 schools. What made you decide on start this project, what…

What happens when you integrate an invisible community with social skills training and a public platform?

Hussein Shagufe, from Bangladesh
What happens when you integrate an invisible community with social skills training and a public platform?

The Ajala Project presents Shagufe — an activist changing the world. Shagufe Hossain is a social inclusion activist who founded Leaping Boundaries, a project that integrates Madrasah students into societies by developing their skills and providing them access to mainstream platforms. Traditionally isolated from society, Madrasah students are now given a chance to integrate into community. Madrasahs…

Supporting autonomous development and child friendly learning initiatives in nepal

Sara Parker, from Nepal
Supporting autonomous development and child friendly learning initiatives in nepal

The AJALA Project brings to you our changemaker Dr. Sara Parker. She’s a lecturer on Sociology at the Liverpool John Moores University. Through her social enterprise, Fair Connections Foundation, she aims to be “Lami”, aka a facilitator to help bring positive change in the area of education and gender equality in Nepal and Bangladesh. She…