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Sustainable Development

Major group affiliation:
  • Indigenous people
  • Workers and trade unions
  • Business and industry
  • Children and youth
  • Local authorities
  • Women
  • Non-governmental organization
  • Farmers
Affiliation with other organizations: Association of Development Agencies in Bangladesh (ADAB), National Forum of Organization Working with the Disabled (NFOWD), Madaripur Legal Aid Associations, Manusher Jonno Foundation (MJF), Working for Better Bangladesh (WBB Trust), Governance Coalition, Bangladesh Anti Tobacco Alliance ( BATA), Bangladesh Shishu Adhikar Forum (BSAF), Asian Arsenic Net work, Japan ( AAN), Credit and Development Forum (CDF), National Youth Council of Bangladesh (NYCB), Coordinating Council for Human Rights in Bangladesh (CCHRB), Center for Women and Children Studies (CWCS), Padakkhep Consortium (AqDP), Consortium of Development Partner (CDP), Department of Women Affairs, Planet Finance (France)
Publications: Personnel Management Policy, Financial Management Policy, Savings and Credit Policy, Gender Policy, Environment Policy, Vehicle Policy, Shishu Shurakkha Policy, Procurement policy, RTI Policy, Others: Organizational 5 years Action Plan. Labor rights, organic vegetable production, family law, AID, No smoking sign, Tobacco Labor rights, Organic cultivation, Farmer Rights. Labor laws, organic cultivation, Agriculture information kit, Tobacco. PWDS rehabilitation, Women labor, Scope of organic cultivation, Suicidal phenomenon in Jhenaidah District, Nabaganga river. INAS , Well-being survey report. Farmers Rights, Tobacco, PWDs Farmers Rights, PWDs. Prevention of Polygamy, Early Marriage and Family Oppression among the Dalit Community.