• Lesson Learned Meeting at Debhata
  • Lesson Learned Meeting at Debhata
  • Lesson Learned Meeting at Ashashuni
  • Students Workshop at Debhata
  • Students Workshop at Kaliganj

About YFBSR

“Youth Forum for Building Social Resilience” is basically formed for our target youths, change agents and stakeholders. An inter-generation gap was found to exist on the use of technology and social media. The older generation dislikes using technology while the younger ones are attracted to it. BEI try to mitigate this problem. For that we form this website along with close Facebook group, so that older and new generation keeping pace with same stage. The youth, change agents and stakeholders of all three Upazilas will use this network to share their ideas and activities. All of them will be provided membership for sharing their views and ideas in this project. In fact, it will act as a social blog to pull ideas from participating students, disseminate them, share views and best practices among themselves and with the wider communities. We would like to encourage students to take part in activities under their own name so that they can be seen, felt and connected. In our view, such a process will help to create better impact in the society. However, BEI will take appropriate care not to over expose students that may endanger their personal security.
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Translating Dreams into Reality

Radio Programme

A student from Debhata Upazilla works in Nalta Radio Station and recorded his voice for drama.

Debate Competition

This winning group belong to D.R.M. United Model College from Kaliganj Upazilla at Satkhira.

Debate Competition

This winning group belong to Gunakorkati Madrasa from Ashashuni Upazilla at Satkhira.

Achievements

See What we are doing

combined Workshop

The workshop entitiled " Role of Teachers, Journalists & Youths In Building Peace & Social Resilience"

Students Workshop

The workshop entitiled " Role of Youths In Building Peace & Social Resilience"

Teachers & Journalists Workshop

The workshop entitiled " Role of Teachers & Media Personnel In Building Peace & Social Resilience"