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Swanirvar Bangladesh and A2I

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A major  initiative has been undertaken for creating self-employment for learners and jobless youths through online outsourcing training all over the country. With the financial support of UNDP, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed at Prime Minister's Office between Support to Digital Bangladesh (A2I) Programme and Swanirvar Bangladesh on 4 April 2012.

National Project Director of Support to Digital Bangladesh Programme of Prime Minister's Office Md Nazrul Islam Khan and Chairman (Governing Body) of Swanirvar Bangladesh S M Al Husainy signed on behalf of the respective organisation.

Secretary General of Governing Body (Swanirvar Bangladesh) Barrister Aneek Rushd Haque, Director of IT and Communications (Swanirvar Bangladesh) Mr Khalid Noman Husainy and Director Administration Mr Akter Hossain Khan and high officials of the Prime Minister's Office were present.

At present, online outsourcing has been playing an important role in creating new self-employment through usage of information technology (IT).Swanirvar Bangladesh will impart training on outsourcing at all district, upazila and unions of the country. Already under the purview of MoU, Swanirvar Bangladesh and A2I are jointly organising and conducting trainings on online earning Nation wide.

Swanirvar Bangladesh will help resolve various problems to the youths who underwent outsourcing trainings, help create endless opurtunities by emphasising on UISCs and yeild a prosperous E- Generation. The programme can be followed and candidates can register for the training  through an Online Interactive site. Support to Digital Bangladesh (A2I) Programme and Swanirvar Bangladesh will help conduct training courses at zila, upazila and union level as well as in formulating new planning.

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Support to Digital Bangladesh Access to Information (A2I) Programme and Swanirvar Bangladesh are conducting online outsourcing training nationwide at Zilla, Upazilla and Union Levels as well as formulating new development plans like the development of ICT’s and other IT and online related services. National Project Director Support to Digital Bangladesh A2IProgramme former PS1 of The Prime Minister's Office and current ICT Secrectary  Mr .Md Nazrul Islam Khan as well as Chairman Governing Body Mr. S.M Al Husainy has attended and inaugurated a number of Swanirvar Bangladesh’s A2i Earning and Learning Programme’s online outsourcing based trainings as Chief Guests. Mr Md Nazrul Islam khan has also participated and addressed the Trainees in a number of interactive video conferencing sessions and activities and personally reviewed the online based trainings from the trainees themselves. Mr. Khalid Noman Husainy being the Focal Point of Earning and Learning Programme (Swanirvar Bangladesh and A2I Programme) is personally conducting the trainings along with the efficient Support staff of Swanirvar Bangladesh’s A2i and IT wings. The positive feedbacks and results obtained from the trainings so far has been tremendous and progressing enthusiastically nationwide. The turnout’s, responses and the follow-ups of the trainee batches are performing promptly and are eagerly supportive of ‘Learning and Earning’ Programme. Trainees and interested candidates are getting (24/7 days a week) help and support from Swanirvar Bangladesh since the Learning and Earning Programme was made accessible via Swanirvar’s interactive online sites (www.swanirvarbangladesh.org/a2i, Help lines, Live Camera and Voice Chat, forums and other forms of social networking sites and media.), Facebook , Twitter, Skype, YouTube, etc.

 

Swanirvar Bangladesh

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Only about two and a half years after winning the Independence through a disruptive war, rehabilitation assisted by massive UN relief operations, a grave misfortune struck Bangladesh due to devastating floods and loss of all crops in 1974. Severe food shortage and no food assistance being available from the international community, disastrous famine followed perishing hundreds of thousands of people. Undaunted, the Government resolved to achieve self reliance in food production starting the well known Swanirvar Movement through a Swanirvar Cell headed by a Special Secretary to the Government under the Ministry of Agriculture. Its main task was providing motivational leadership, implementation in the field spear headed by the Deputy Commissioners of the then 19 Districts of Bangladesh.

 


 

The movement continued with many other associated developmental works with good results. But after the change of Government in 1981, the Swanirvar Cell was abolished terminating the Government led movement for achieving food autarky.

The inertia caused the volunteer workers to continue the activities for a while, in order to give them an organizational structure a non-government organization (NGO) was established in the name of Swanirvar Bangladesh obtaining necessary registrations from the relevant authorities.

Field activities of Swanirvar Bangladesh gradually became multi-sectoral including literacy, family planning, primary health care and nutrition, rural infrastructure development, crop production, livestock, poultry and fisheries development, tree plantation etc. It also started minor micro credit program beginning with the famous Dheki Loan which gradually encompassed many other rudimentary production, processing and service activities by the rural poor with loans provided by the Nationalized Commercial Banks.

The organization had continued with loosely bound management, mostly by volunteers both at the headquarters and in the field. Although the spirit of self-reliance reigned, there were many limitations, particularly the credit program pursued by volunteer workers was not very satisfactory. In order to give the organization a corporate structure for the sake of sustainability and dynamism, making room for expansions ensuring proper transparency and accountability in management, the Memorandum and the Rules and Regulations of Swanirvar Bangladesh was radically revised, registered with the Registrar Joint Stock Companies under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 in May 2008. In the meantime, in order to meet the structural and systemic requirements imposed by the Micro-credit Regulatory Authority, Registrar, Joint Stock Companies and own changed needs of Swanirvar Bangladesh, as decided by its Governing Body, the existing Memorandum and Rules and Regulations are being further revised.

 

 

Vision & Mission

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Vision: To act as the change agent and catalyst to enable the rural populace for making efforts for family based as well as community based socio-economic development with the principles of self-reliance.
Mission: Addressing total Human Development of the poor with particular emphasis on poverty alleviation and empowerment of women through income generation, education and skill development, health care and nutrition and the like. Target trying to accomplish MDGS.
 

Objectives

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• Economic advancement through integrated national programmes.

• Employment generation for poor and ultra-poor through micro-credit programme for poverty alleviation. • Promotion of self-reliance through income-generation activities.

• Training for education and skill development.

• Implementation of health, nutrition and family planning programmes, addressing the root causes of having large families by the poor.

• Assisting the local government in their programmes for rural development.

• Total welfare for all.

 

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