Bangladesh Gets First Female Combat Pilots


In a giant feat, two female officers of Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) became the first-ever combat pilots of the country in last year.

Bangladeshi Medical Practitioner’s Textbook On Child Health Goes Global


India’s leading medical publishers Jaypee Ltd has published a text book on pediatrics written by a Bangladeshi doctor, Prof Md Salim Shakur, titled ‘Illustrated Textbook of Pediatrics’.

UISCs Change Lives Of Youths In Rajshahi


Ziaul Haque, a 35-year-old physically challenged youth, looks beaming this time as Union Information Service Centre (UISC) set up in Huzripara under Paba upazila of the district around three years back, has brought a major change in his life as he is earning a satisfactory monthly income by providing ICT-based services to the people in general.

Wasfia Nazreen An Icon Of Freedom And Empowerment To Women


With adventure in her blood, Wasfia Nazreen climbed the hill next to her childhood residence before everyone else could. And apparently that ascendance never stopped.

Multimedia Classrooms; A strong step towards the digitalization of education sector


The education initiatives by Access to Information Project aim to make teaching and learning more effective and enjoyable for both students and teachers using ICT. A2I has followed a 3-pronged approach in its efforts to remodel education: establishing Multimedia Classrooms in secondary schools, training teachers on making ICT aided educational content on hard-to-grasp topics and make electronic versions of text books available in primary and secondary levels including technical, vocational and Madrasa institutions. As part of the education reform driven by the Ministry of Education, A2I through public private partnership has so far established 500 multimedia classrooms in secondary schools and trained about 4500 teachers through 400 trainers of public training institutes.