Disseminations

We have conducted our first dissemination program in March 2021 with 15 participants along with 9 renowned artists of Bangladesh. After the dissemination session was completed, an art camp was conducted as well. The Camp was curated by Famous Bangladeshi Artist Md. Dewan Mizan Rahman. 

 

Artist Naima Haque, Nasim Ahmed Nadvi, Sanjib Das Apu, Kiriti Ranjan Biswas, Rashed Kamal Russell, Zakir Hossain Pulak, Md Dewan Mizanur Rahman, Polash Loha, Shibli Hawlader performed in the Art camp to express their imaginations and creativity about the found dimensions and characteristics. 9 Artists draw 9 National Dimensions found from the research held in Bangladesh. Mati Bangladesh Expressed their hope to exhibit this painting in different dissemination programs to be held in Bangladesh and overseas. Along with the main merged dimensions 9 international merged dimensions and National, Children Dimensions were also described in the dissemination session.

 

The Nine Dimensions which was focused in this Art Camp were the National dimensions found in Bangladesh. These are Unmet Basic Needs, Insufficient Money, Bad Governance, and Political and Social Instability, Ill Psychological and Physical State, Lack of Entrepreneurship and Employment Opportunities, Insufficient Transportation, Communication and Technology, Natural and Environmental Degradation, Drug Addiction and Over Population.

 

After the workshop and art camp was done we also have accumulated all the arts and thoughts of the participants and made a book out of it to use as a dissemination tool. Also, the fellow artist participants promised to promote our information and findings among their community.

First Dissemination Workshop with The artists of Bangladesh

We have conducted our first dissemination program in March 2021 with 15 participants along with 9 renowned artists of Bangladesh. After the dissemination session was completed, an art camp was conducted as well. The Camp was curated by Famous Bangladeshi Artist Md. Dewan Mizan Rahman. Artist Naima Haque, Nasim Ahmed Nadvi, Sanjib Das Apu, Kiriti Ranjan Biswas, Rashed Kamal Russell, Zakir Hossain Pulak, Md Dewan Mizanur Rahman, Polash Loha, Shibli Hawlader performed in the Art camp to express their imaginations and creativity about the found dimensions and characteristics. 9 Artists draw 9 National Dimensions found from the research held in Bangladesh. Mati Bangladesh Expressed their hope to exhibit this painting in different dissemination programs to be held in Bangladesh and overseas. Along with the main merged dimensions 9 international merged dimensions and National, Children Dimensions were also described in the dissemination session. The Nine Dimensions which was focused in this Art Camp were the National dimensions found in Bangladesh. These are Unmet Basic Needs, Insufficient Money, Bad Governance, and Political and Social Instability, Ill Psychological and Physical State, Lack of Entrepreneurship and Employment Opportunities, Insufficient Transportation, Communication and Technology, Natural and Environmental Degradation, Drug Addiction and Over Population. After the workshop and art camp was done we also have accumulated all the arts and thoughts of the participants and made a book out of it to use as a dissemination tool. Also, the fellow artist participants promised to promote our information and findings among their community.

Second Dissemination Workshop with Different Professionals

After another wave of COVID pandemic, We again started our program preparation. In the second week of June, we organized our second dissemination workshop. 30 people took part in this program. Among the participants, 6 were female and 24 were male. A major number of participants were involved with the tourism sector of Bangladesh, social workers, and teachers. Along with the finding sharing, we have organized some practice sessions for the participants which helped them to understand the process of our research and the methodology of MoK. Which they much appreciated.

Third Dissemination Workshop with Different Professionals

In September, We arranged our third dissemination workshop. In this program, we got several academics, students, social workers, and professionals. A total of 21 participants took part in this workshop. Among the 21 participants, 16 were male and 5 were female participants. Like our previous workshop, We also arranged a practice Mok session to explain the method and share the findings with the participants.

Forth Dissemination Workshop In Sylhet Agricultural University

In October, We organized our first big skell dissemination with the collaboration of Sylhet Agricultural University (SAU). Around 60 Academics from SAU and Shahjalal University of Science & Technology (SUST) joined the program. This day-long international seminar was held in the conference room of the Faculty of Agricultural Economics and Business Education of Sylhet Agricultural University. Honorable Vice-Chancellor of SAU, Professor Dr. Md. Matiur Rahman Hawladar was present as the chief guest at the seminar. Presided over by The Dean of the Faculty of Agricultural Economics and Business Education Professor, Md. Shah Alamgir, the seminar was welcomed by Mati Bangladesh Executive Director Engineer Lelin Rahman and the keynote address was presented by Prof. Dr. Md. Akhtaruzzaman Khan. The speakers emphasized the findings of the International and national poverty dimensions. several Video related to the research has been show-reeled during the seminar. In this program among 60 participants, 48 were male and 12 were female participants. All the participants showed their interest in the MoK method and the findings as well as expressed their will to work with these findings and methods in regard to eliminating poverty from our society. Also, a good number of news media highlighted the event and covered it nationally.

Fifth Dissemination Workshop In Patuakhali Science and Technology University

After Finishing our fourth dissemination workshop successfully with two major universities of the North-East part of Bangladesh, We focused to cover the southwest part of Bangladesh. To cover it, we contacted Patuakhali Science and Technology University (PSTU). They showed their interest in our dissemination program. In November we organized it in the PSTU in the seminar room of the Faculty of Agriculture. Around 62 Academics from SAU (Patuakahli and Barishal campus) and Barisal University joined the program. Professor Dr. Swadesh Chandra Samanta, the Honorable Vice-Chancellor of PSTU, was the seminar's chief guest. Presided over by Dean of the Faculty of Agricultural, Professor Md. Zakir Hosen, the seminar was welcomed by Mati Bangladesh Executive Director Engineer Lelin Rahman and the keynote address was presented by Prof. Dr. Md. Akhtaruzzaman Khan. There were 55 men and 7 women among the 62 participants in this program. The conclusions of the international and national poverty dimensions were highlighted by the speakers. During the session, various videos connected to the topic were shown.

Poverty in Bangladesh