Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19

by Bangladesh Environment and Development Society (BEDS)
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Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Support Coastal families in response to COVID-19
Selling of ducks egg
Selling of ducks egg

BEDS had given 100 ducks to improve their economic situation during Covid-19. The villagers who had given the support, are taking care of the livestock on daily basis. As the ducks need less care and management, poor women can easily rear the ducks. It is easy to raise, needs less space for rearing, and requires low inputs of feed, housing facilities, and management. The ducks are mostly fed home-made feed. Farmers provide rice polish, boiled rice and broken rice as supplementary feed ingredients to ducks either singly or in combination Now it is a matter of glad that, twenty broody ducks who laid eggs regularly, bring a sound amount of money through selling it in the market.

Throughout the year the coastal people go to the Sundarban to collect honey, catch fish and crabs, collect leaves, and others. The People who depend on the Sundarbans resource harvesting fall at huge risk as the Bangladesh government has issued strict laws on forest resource harvesting. Also, for unplanned resource harvesting; the natural resources have degraded at a high rate. Those people have maintained their life under the breadline. So, livestock can be a great source for them to raise their income as well as for fulfilling their nutritional requirement also.

BEDS is currently trying to raise funds from GlobalGiving platform in order to help those marginal people in the way of income generation for their better future with better economic conditions. We also hope that through taking support from various corners they will be able to use their products for earning their sound livelihood.

We would like to thank all our donors for being so kind to us so far. We are requesting all our kind donors to start monthly recurring donation. For recurring donation, please visit the following link;

https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/livelihood-improvement-for-fishermen-families/

Collection of duck's egg
Collection of duck's egg
Providing feed to the ducks
Providing feed to the ducks
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BEDS had given 200 hens to improve their economic situation during Covid-19. The coastal women regularly take care the hen. As the native hen farming need less care and management, poor women can easily rear the hens. This farming is easy to raise, needs less space for rearing, and requires low inputs of feed, housing facilities, and management. Some of the hens have given eggs and after selling the eggs we have got money. Through this money we are buying more eggs to enhance our farm size. We hope to acquire more profit from it.

Throughout the year the coastal people go to the Sundarban to collect honey, catch fish and crabs, collect leaves, and others. The People who depend on the Sundarbans resource harvesting fall at huge risk as the Bangladesh government has issued strict laws on forest resource harvesting. Also, for unplanned resource harvesting; the natural resources have degraded at a high rate. Those people have maintained their life under the breadline.

The Omicron variant of the coronavirus has now been detected in Bangladesh. So, people have passed their life through anxiety and fear. Moreover, people have no capability enough to start their daily income-generating activities. Livestock can be a great source for them to raise their income as well as for fulfilling their nutritional requirement also.

 BEDS is currently trying to raise funds from GlobalGiving platform in order to help those marginal people in the way of income generation for their better future with better economic conditions. We also hope that through taking support from various corners they will be able to use their products for earning their sound livelihood.

We would like to thank all our donors for being so kind to us so far. We are requesting all our kind donors to start monthly recurring donation. For recurring donation, please visit the following link;

https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/livelihood-improvement-for-fishermen-families/

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BEDS had given 200 hens to improve their economic situation during Covid-19. The coastal women regularly take care the hen. As the hens need less care and management, poor women can easily rear the hens. It is easy to raise, needs less space for rearing, and requires low inputs of feed, housing facilities, and management. Now it is a matter of glad that, twenty broody hens who laid eggs (12 – 20 per hen), stop laying eggs and will sit on the day and night to warm them up. The heat she provides with her body will help the eggs to hatch and when the chicks are prepared in egg and egg is about to get hatched, she will pick the eggs and help them get out of it. So, the poor villagers are so satisfied with the situation for the aspiration of collecting new chicks.

Throughout the year the coastal people go to the Sundarban to collect honey, catch fish and crabs, collect leaves, and others. The People who depend on the Sundarbans resource harvesting fall at huge risk as the Bangladesh government has issued strict laws on forest resource harvesting. Also, for unplanned resource harvesting; the natural resources have degraded at a high rate. Those people have maintained their life under the breadline.

The Omicron variant of the coronavirus has now been detected in Bangladesh. So, people have passed their life through anxiety and fear. Moreover, people have no capability enough to start their daily income-generating activities. Livestock can be a great source for them to raise their income as well as for fulfilling their nutritional requirement also.

 BEDS is currently trying to raise funds from GlobalGiving platform in order to help those marginal people in the way of income generation for their better future with better economic conditions. We also hope that through taking support from various corners they will be able to use their products for earning their sound livelihood.

We would like to thank all our donors for being so kind to us so far. We are requesting all our kind donors to start monthly recurring donation. For recurring donation, please visit the following link;

https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/livelihood-improvement-for-fishermen-families/

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Duck Farming Brings Economic Solvency
Duck Farming Brings Economic Solvency

BEDS supported 100 ducks to improve the economic situation of Sundarbans coastal people during Covid-19. Coastal families surrounding Sundarbans live mainly hand to mouth and depending on nature for their livelihood. As the duck needs less care and management, poor women can easily rear the duck. It needs less space for rearing, and requires low inputs of feed, housing facilities, and management. Ducks can easily adapt to different climates and they are also relatively resistant to diseases. So, coastal women can easily get benefit from duck farming by selling eggs and ducks as a source of meat.

The Coastal people of Sundarban’s depend on Sundarbans fully for their livelihood and income. Their lives are full of poverty and uncertainty. So, they use natural resources to survive for livelihood. Sundarbans is the only destination where they can go for their subsistence. Throughout the year they go to the Sundarbans to collect honey, catch fish and crabs, collect leaves, and others. The People who depend on the Sundarbans resource harvesting fall at huge risk as the Bangladesh government has issued strict laws on forest resource harvesting. Also, for unplanned resource harvesting; the natural resources have degraded at a high rate. Those people have maintained their life under the breadline. In our country, the pandemic situation is going on advancement day by day but still, people have no capability enough to start their daily income-generating activities. Livestock can be a great source for them to raise their income as well as for fulfilling their nutritional requirement also.

BEDS is currently trying to raise funds to help those marginal people in the way of income generation for their better future with better economic conditions. We also hope that through taking support from various corners they will be able to use their products for earning their sound livelihood.

We would like to thank all our donors for being so kind to us so far. We are requesting all our kind donors to start monthly recurring donation. For recurring donation, please visit the following link;

https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/livelihood-improvement-for-fishermen-families/

Duck Farming Brings Economic Solvency
Duck Farming Brings Economic Solvency
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Expansion of farming by birth of lambs
Expansion of farming by birth of lambs

BEDS had given 20sheeps to improve their economic situation during Covid-19. Recently BEDS has supported 15 sheeps to the villagers. The coastal people have taken care of the livestock on daily basis.As the villagers are poor, they are rearing the sheep through grazing for ensuring good nutrition.This grazing system also helps environment forproducing new forage or grasses. Also, the poor villagers have provided supplementary feed properly. Now, the sheep gives birth new lamb which expanding the farm and carrying economic solvency to the rural people.

 The People who depend on the Sundarbans resource harvesting fall at huge risk as the Bangladesh government has issued strict laws on forest resource harvesting. Also, for unplanned resource harvesting; the natural resources have degraded at a high rate. The people have maintained their life under the breadline.

The Omicron variant of the coronavirus has now been detected in Bangladesh. So, people have passed their life through anxiety and fear. Moreover,people have no capability enough to start their daily income-generating activities. Livestock can be a great source for them to raise their income as well as for fulfilling their nutritional requirement also.

 BEDS is currently trying to raise funds from GlobalGiving platform in order to help those marginal people in the way of income generation for their better future with better economic conditions. We also hope that through taking support from various corners they will be able to use their products for earning their sound livelihood.

We would like to thank all our donors for being so kind to us so far. We are requesting all our kind donors to start monthly recurring donation. For recurring donation, please visit the following link;

https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/livelihood-improvement-for-fishermen-families/

Expansion of farming by birth of lambs
Expansion of farming by birth of lambs
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Bangladesh Environment and Development Society (BEDS)

Location: Khulna - Bangladesh
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Project Leader:
Md. Maksudur Rahman
Khulna, Khulna Bangladesh
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