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Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh

by Bangladesh Environment and Development Society (BEDS)
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Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar Lamp for Students Education in Bangladesh
Solar light helps them to study at night
Solar light helps them to study at night

Most of the Sundarbans coastal area is non-electrified and Sundarbans coastal communities living in dark at night due to lack of electricity and increased kerosene price. Due to their poverty, parents cannot afford to buy it for their children’s education purpose. As a result, school students of the coastal areas can’t continue their study at night for lack of electricity. So, it becomes a burden for them. But education is a fundamental right and they deserve to study as much as they can.

Bangladesh Environment and Development Society (BEDS) is an environmental and development organization which has been trying to reduce the sufferings of the coastal people by supporting solar lamps since 2014; because promoting renewable energy is one of the focal sectors of the organization. BEDS has already supported 3000 coastal families by giving solar lamp, solar home system, solar generator and solar battery. In addition, three solar stations have been installed for community’s electricity facility.

The organization is trying to raise fund from GlobalGiving platform for this purpose. So far, we have raised 910 $ from fourteen donationsand expect to draw the donors kind attention to fulfill the total amount 15000 $ for this project. We have been communicating with the local people regularly about the progress of our project.

We would like to thank all our donor for being so kind to us and we hope that you will continuously be with us for the betterment of the underprivileged coastal students.

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Coastal student is studying with the help of Solar
Coastal student is studying with the help of Solar

Most of the areas of the Sundarbans coastal region of Bangladesh are lacked of electricity. Sundarbans coastal communities have to bow down to the gloominess of night due to lack of electricity. Bangladesh Environment and Development Society (BEDS) is an environmental development organization which has been trying to reduce electricity depravity of the coastal people by supporting them solar lamps since 2014.

The organization is trying to raise fund from the GlobalGiving for this purpose. So far, we have raised 910 $ from fourteen donors and expect to draw the donors kind attention and get the total amount 15000 $ for this project. It is our expectation that by 2030 we will be able to raise the total fund for this project.

We are sharing the update situation of our fundraising with the local community regularly.  The villagers believe it that one day they will get solar lamps by the support of kind hearted people.

This is our heartiest request to the donors, please come forward and reduce the sufferings of those poor coastal people through donating for solar lights.

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Students are studying with the help of Solar Lamp
Students are studying with the help of Solar Lamp

Major parts of the Sundarbans coastal region of Bangladesh are deprived of electricity. Sundarbans coastal communities have to bow down to the gloominess of night due to lack of electricity. Bangladesh Environment and Development Society (BEDS) is an environmental development organization which has been trying to reduce the sufferings of the coastal people by supporting solar lamps since 2014 because promoting renewable energy is one of the focal sectors of the organization. BEDS has already supported 3000 coastal families by giving solar lamp, solar home system, solar generator and solar battery. In addition three solar stations have been installed for community’s electricity facility.

The organization is trying to raise fund from the donors for this purpose. So far we have raised 900$ from thirteen donors and expect to draw the donors kind attention and get the total amount 12987$ for this project. It is our expectation that by 2030 we will be able to raise the total fund for this project. BEDS is also negotiating with other potential donors like Korea Green Foundation (KGF) to get support so that coastal students may get the alternative electricity to continue their study. Hopefully KGF will assist us for the benefits of few students. 

We have shared this news with the local community that thirteen respectable donors have already supported us. The villagers believe it that one day they will get solar lamps by the support of kind hearted people, although they are still fighting for purchasing kerosene for their lighting purpose. This is our earnest request to the donors, please come forward and reduce the sufferings of those poor coastal people through donating for solar lights.

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Renewable energy education for students
Renewable energy education for students

Most of the Sundarbans coastal area is non-electrified and Sundarbans coastal communities living in dark at night due to lack of electricity and increased kerosene price. School students of the coastal areas can’t continue their study at night for lack of electricity.

Bangladesh Environment and Development Society (BEDS) is an environmental development organization which has been trying to reduce the sufferings of the coastal people by supporting solar lamps since 2014 because promoting renewable energy is one of the focal sectors of the organization. BEDS has already supported 3000 coastal families by giving solar lamp, solar home system, solar generator and solar battery. In addition three solar stations have been installed for community’s electricity facility.

The organization is trying to raise fund from the donors for this purpose. So far we have raised 705$ from eleven donors and expect to draw the donors kind attention and get the total amount 12987$ for this project. It is our expectation that by 2030 we will be able to raise the total fund for this project. We have been communicating with the local people regularly about the progress of our project.

This is our heartiest appeal to the donors, please come forward and reduce the sufferings of those poor coastal people through supporting solar energy for the deprived people.

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Major parts of the Sundarbans coastal region of Bangladesh are deprived of electricity. Sundarbans coastal communities have to bow down to the gloominess of night due to lack of electricity. Bangladesh Environment and Development Society (BEDS) is an environmental development organization which has been trying to reduce the sufferings of the coastal people by supporting solar lamps since 2014 because promoting renewable energy is one of the focal sectors of the organization. The organization is trying to get fund from the donors for this purpose; because, without their assistance it is not possible to support the beneficiaries. So far we have raised 505$ from ten donors and expect to draw the donors kind attention and get the total amount 12987$ for this project very soon. BEDS is also negotiating with other potential donors like Korea Green Foundation (KGF) to get support so that coastal students may get the alternative electricity to continue their study. Hopefully KGF will assist us for the benefits of few students. 

 

This news has been shared with the local community that nine respectable donors have already supported us. It is the belief of the villagers that one day they will get solar lamps by the support of kind hearted people, although they are still fighting for purchasing kerosene for their lighting purpose.

This is our heartiest request to the donors, please come forward and reduce the sufferings of those poor coastal people through donating for solar lights. 

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Bangladesh Environment and Development Society (BEDS)

Location: Khulna - Bangladesh
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Twitter: @beds15
Project Leader:
Md. Maksudur Rahman
Khulna, Khulna Bangladesh
$910 raised of $15,000 goal
 
14 donations
$14,090 to go
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