Purpose of Narijibon Blog

Nari Jibon Project seeks to increase our students’ and staffs’ abilities through different ways: classes, practice, computers, internet, and now the Narijibon Blog. Readers and writers (our students & staff) of the Blog will both learn about our lives, culture, Nature, activities of people in Bangladesh and the Nari Jibon Project.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Expectation of brighter days we want to start bengali blogging

Nari Jibon arranged workshop on Bengali blogging on 18th October 2008. Trainer Ms. Taslima Akter conducts this session successfully. More than 26 bloggers/students was present in this workshop. There was some new blogger who also get trained on basic things of blogging. / New bloggers also attend in this session to take training on basic of blogging.

In this workshop Ms. Taslima Akter discussed how to start Bangla blog, unicode font, different Bengali blogging platform such as Sachalayatan, somewhereinblog.net etc. She trained-up students how to write Bengali blog, entry and posting. Also she encouraged the students to start and continuing blogging from their own language.

Students are opening their own blog.

Some students opened their own blog after the session.

Bloggers are practicing Bengali typing

Narijibon bloggers participated in Blog Action Day

Cross posted from Techna Tara

On 15th October 2008, Nari Jibon Bloggers participated on Blog Action Day Poverty like other bloggers in the world. As Blog Action Day Poverty 2008, Nari Jibon bloggers attend Malibagh slum area and distribute foods & Salines with their own small donations consisting of eleven families. Also they want to take a part on Removal of poverty from Bangladesh. Some newspapers published Nari Jibon news on blog action day: The bdnews24, The Daily Sangbad, The Daily JaiJaiDin and The Daily Amar Desh. Some bloggers also have written about their thoughts on poverty in narijibon blog.

Slum peoples of Dhaka city

Cross posted from Techna Tara

When the crop is over, lot of farmers & landless agricultural laborers faces unemployment and hunger in rural area of Bangladesh. Many of them migrate to big cities seeking of work & take shelter in slums with over-crowding, non-sanitary conditions, and various diseases. This video have taken from Malibaugh railgate slum area.