Our rivers are dying

The history of civilisation is the history of rivers. The remarkable and most influential civilisations in human history like Sindh, Iraqi, Chinese, European, and Egyptian were built on the banks of t ...

There’s something in the water

Though the arsenic contamination in groundwater in Bangladesh is a rising concern when it comes to ensuring health security for the people, these days, the issue is getting less focus than it did in t ...

Bring energy for them

Over 1 million people live in The Chittagong Hill Tracts. Among them, many are deprived of basic rights and even the bare minimum of modern facilities. Both unity and fragmentation among the people, l ...

Safe to drink

Today is World Water Day. Development practitioners have agreed that water is the most influential factor to achieve the goals listed in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Though the UN has reco ...

Md Ashik Sarder

Md Ashik Sarder is a development worker and researcher currently working at NGO Forum for Public Health.

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