"Meeting with President V.V.Giri of India 1973 , accompanying my mother with the Khudrat e Khoda Education Commission. Seen in the picture are my mother Basanti Guhathakurta, and Prof. M.U. Ahmed, psychologist, members of the commission and myself (Meghna Guhathakurta)." Photo submitted by Meghna Guhathakurta

1954: Basanti Guhathakurta, headmistress of Maniza Rahman Girls School, Gandaria, Dhaka (old town), back row standing 4th from left,┬áduring a cultural function. Centre front row: Begum Shamsunnahar, writer and student of Rokeya Shakhawat Hossain; on her right, Asha Lata Sen veteran Congress leader; The rest are teachers, volunteers (standing) and leading community leaders (in the... Continue Reading →

Mothers meet with the organizers of Chakma learning centres for young children to discuss their children's welfare before the school started. Photo contributed by Saifuzzaman Rana. Background: Research Initiatives, Bangladesh is a research support organization which specializes in Participatory Action Research. Over the eight years of its existence (see http://www.rib-bangladesh.org) it has developed certain tools... Continue Reading →

in Khagrasori, Champa Kis running a Kajoli learning centre. Contributed by Saifuzzaman Rana, Dhaka. Photo contributed by Saifuzzaman Rana. Background: Research Initiatives, Bangladesh is a research support organization which specializes in Participatory Action Research. Over the eight years of its existence (see http://www.rib-bangladesh.org) it has developed certain tools through which to reach out to the... Continue Reading →

Kemi Chakma conducting a learning session with children using the pocket-board (contributor Saifuzzaman Rana, Dhaka) Background: Research Initiatives, Bangladesh is a research support organization which specializes in Participatory Action Research. Over the eight years of its existence (see http://www.rib-bangladesh.org) it has developed certain tools through which to reach out to the marginalized and impoverished through... Continue Reading →

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