Emergency Response

What is an emergency? Emergency supersedes preparedness of man so it is called an emergency. Emergency Response would be then the highest possible appropriate action taken within a short period to encounter/combat/meet/face an Emergency Incident is called Emergency Response. Highest Response means We use all the resources available and necessary…

Impact Statistics


10135 SRHR


9820 Received Seeds


2347 Improved Service


23773 Reporting mechanism


2575 Business Skills


2066 Women Leaders

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Rohingya Crisis: Children are Smiling Again

In this sad world today, about 65 million people are refugees or forcefully displaced, according to a UNHCR report. The reality is grave for a person seeking refuge in another country, who do not have any guarantee of coming back to their own land, which they use to call home once.
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Celebrating International Youth Day 2018: An ActionAid Bangladesh way for claiming safe spaces for youth

ActionAid Bangladesh (AAB) is working with the young people and their constituencies, across the level, to empower and helping them become active citizens and change agents to challenge the unequal and unjust power relationship embedded in the social and political structures. Programmatic interventions of AAB engage young people, living in exclusion, particularly with young women and marginalized groups that are excluded based on their identity and locality. And all these engagements are meant to create spaces for young people to convene, facilitate and co-create with the local struggles and connect with progressive social movements, at local, national, regional and international levels.
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April 2‐3, 2018 International Conference on the Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Towards Sustainable Solutions

The current Rohingya population taking refuge in Bangladesh amounts to over 1 million, with the majority comprising women and children. The plight of these people is now well documented both locally and internationally – their refugee status compounded by their statelessness renders them one of the most vulnerable groups deprived of basic human rights in the world today. Unrecognized as citizens in Myanmar and repeatedly subjected to violence and conflict, they first began their exodus across the border into Bangladesh (and to other countries in the region) in the 70s, then in the 90s and most recently over the past three years. Before August 2017
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Aaurhi

Farmers, specially women entrepreneurs now will be selling their products directly to the consumers. On 11 April 2019, a national selling point ‘Aaurhi’ is going to start its journey at Gulshan area in Dhaka city where the women entrepreneurs will get the chance of to sell their products on their own. There will also be a coffee corner, agricultural and handcraft products.
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WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

Women constitute 69 percent of agricultural labour force of Bangladesh. The total number of women involved in agricultural work, if broken down, would be about 74% women engaged in raising cattle, 63% women preserve local seeds, 40% women produce vegetables and crops. Women are producing agricultural products besides their household chores. Unfortunately, they are not adequately acknowledged and brought under national initiatives targeted at farmers.
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Survivors’ Runway: Event outline ActionAid UK Fashion show event – October 2017

Building on the success of the ActionAid Bangladesh Fashion Show “Beauty Redefined”, which secured global media coverage and had an enormous visual and emotional impact, ActionAid UK is planning to adapt the event to inspire a UK audience.
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April 2‐3, 2018 International Conference on the Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Towards Sustainable Solutions

The current Rohingya population taking refuge in Bangladesh amounts to over 1 million, with the majority comprising women and children. The plight of these people is now well documented both locally and internationally – their refugee status compounded by their statelessness renders them one of the most vulnerable groups deprived of basic human rights in the world today. Unrecognized as citizens in Myanmar and repeatedly subjected to violence and conflict, they first began their exodus across the border into Bangladesh (and to other countries in the region) in the 70s, then in the 90s and most recently over the past three years. Before August 2017
Read More

event

Aaurhi

Farmers, specially women entrepreneurs now will be selling their products directly to the consumers. On 11 April 2019, a national selling point ‘Aaurhi’ is going to start its journey at Gulshan area in Dhaka city where the women entrepreneurs will get the chance of to sell their products on their own. There will also be a coffee corner, agricultural and handcraft products.
Read More

event

Survivors’ Runway: Event outline ActionAid UK Fashion show event – October 2017

Building on the success of the ActionAid Bangladesh Fashion Show “Beauty Redefined”, which secured global media coverage and had an enormous visual and emotional impact, ActionAid UK is planning to adapt the event to inspire a UK audience.
Read More

blog

Rohingya Crisis: Children are Smiling Again

In this sad world today, about 65 million people are refugees or forcefully displaced, according to a UNHCR report. The reality is grave for a person seeking refuge in another country, who do not have any guarantee of coming back to their own land, which they use to call home once.
Read More

blog

Celebrating International Youth Day 2018: An ActionAid Bangladesh way for claiming safe spaces for youth

ActionAid Bangladesh (AAB) is working with the young people and their constituencies, across the level, to empower and helping them become active citizens and change agents to challenge the unequal and unjust power relationship embedded in the social and political structures. Programmatic interventions of AAB engage young people, living in exclusion, particularly with young women and marginalized groups that are excluded based on their identity and locality. And all these engagements are meant to create spaces for young people to convene, facilitate and co-create with the local struggles and connect with progressive social movements, at local, national, regional and international levels.
Read More

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WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

Women constitute 69 percent of agricultural labour force of Bangladesh. The total number of women involved in agricultural work, if broken down, would be about 74% women engaged in raising cattle, 63% women preserve local seeds, 40% women produce vegetables and crops. Women are producing agricultural products besides their household chores. Unfortunately, they are not adequately acknowledged and brought under national initiatives targeted at farmers.
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After six years of Rana Plaza tragedy a survey of ActionAid Bangladesh showed around 51 percent of the garment workers injured in the building collapse are now unemployed, 74 percent can't work physically and 27 percent are suffering from mental weakness.
#RanaPlaza6Years #RanaPlaza #RanaPlazaTragedy #RanaPlazaSurvivors
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প্রিয় সহকর্মী আতাই-ইলাহী এর মৃত্যুতে একশনএইড বাংলাদেশ গভীর শোক প্রকাশ করছে। তিনি কক্সবাজারের রোহিঙ্গা রেসপন্স এর সাইট ম্যানেজমেন্ট প্রজেক্টে কর্মরত ছিলেন। তাঁর পরিবার ও আত্মীয়-স্বজনদের এই ক্ষতি পূরণ হবার নয় এবং তাদের সঙ্গে আমরাও সমব্যথী। তাঁর বিদেহী আত্মার শান্তি কামনা করছি।
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Addressing as chief guest, Dhaka north city mayor Md Atikul Islam said: “We have to reduce the industrial wastes by using the latest technology and creating awareness among the people.”
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ActionAid Bangladesh
Sustainable fashion means not destroying nature for the sake of fashion. Balancing between sustainability and fashion is an emergency, which is why we need to know the importance of sustainable fashion.
To explore more, join us tomorrow at the seminar 'Voices and Solutions: Achieving Growth through Sustainable Production and Consumption in the Fashion Industry' in Brac Centre Inn, Mohakhali, Dhaka.
#VoicesandSolutions #ActionAidBangladesh #FashionRevolution #Circulardesigneconomy #Sustainablepractices #SDG12
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The condition of one-fifth the #RanaPlaza survivors is getting worse six years after the disaster, says a survey conducted by ActionAid Bangladesh (AAB) on 16th April 2019.
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ActionAid Bangladesh
সাভারের রানা প্লাজা ধসের ঘটনায় আহত পোশাকশ্রমিকের ৫১ শতাংশ বর্তমানে বেকার। তাঁদের মধ্যে ৭৪ শতাংশ শারীরিক ও ২৭ শতাংশ মানসিক দুর্বলতার কারণে কাজ করতে পারছেন না।

রাজধানীর মহাখালীতে ব্র্যাক ইন সেন্টারে গতকাল মঙ্গলবার আয়োজিত অনুষ্ঠানে জরিপের তথ্য তুলে ধরে অ্যাকশনএইড বাংলাদেশ।