The Sahrawi people have been searching for their independence in Western Sahara since 1973 - first from Spanish rule, then Mauritania, and now Morocco. It has been called “the forgotten conflict” by many and an entire generation of Saharawis were born and raised in refugee camps. Still, despite the lack of formal governance and educational institutions, literacy and democracy are beginning to thrive in some of the harshest environs imaginable, writes John Thorne in the Christian Science Monitor.
Dhaka University is the biggest and oldest University of Bangladesh. It was established in 1921. This is called ‘Oxford of the East’. It covered a big area of Dhaka city with a number of important institutes. However there are many…More →
In this situation “NABO JIBON KENDRO” is running a school only for the slum children. They provide good education and food for neutrition. The aim of the school is to bring the slum children in mainsteam peoples participation that they can contribute in the development process. The school was established at 1995 and support from the donors from Austria. The children are happy to learn and get the opportunity to be a good citizen.More →