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Local Solar Water Irrigation Pump R&D and Piloting

By ChangeBD In standard8th April, 2015 Local Solar Water Irrigation Pump R&D and Piloting

Challenges: Agriculture is the single largest producing sector of Bangladesh since it comprises about 18.6 of the country’s GDP and employs around 45% of the total labor force. Although rice and jute are the primary crops, wheat is assuming greater importance. Tea is grown in the northeast. Because of Bangladesh’s fertile soil, rice can be

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Trade In Global Value Chains Initiative (TGVCI)

By ChangeBD In standard5th April, 2015 Trade In Global Value Chains Initiative (TGVCI)

The Trade in Global Value Chains Initiative is a £4M innovative catalytic fund that builds on the M4P approach but addresses wider social upgrading challenges that are not always included in challenge fund structures. The TGVCI aims to encourage companies, trade organisations or other actors involved in the global value chains to initiate or scale

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Industrial Lighting Efficiency Project: Indoor Sun

By ChangeBD In standard5th April, 2015 Industrial Lighting Efficiency Project: Indoor Sun

Background Development needs energy. The reliable and efficient provision of modern energy services is a key to reducing poverty as well as boosting economic development. Presently Bangladesh is generating almost sufficient power to the present need, but still a certain percent of population have no access to electricity. Though it’s one of the least energy

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Renewable Energy Innovation Hub

By ChangeBD In standard5th April, 2015 Renewable Energy Innovation Hub

Renewable Energy Innovation Hub is a five-month long ‘Certificate Training Course’ organized by CHANGE in collaboration with the U.S. Department of State held from 1st January to 31st May, 2015.

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Solar Lantern

By ChangeBD In standard5th April, 2015 Solar Lantern

The challenge: Light is one of the most important element directly linked with the socio-economic development of a family. Unfortunately, more than 30 million people of Bangladesh still living in darkness depending on candles or kerosene lamps which are expensive and health hazardous. From a recent research, it has been found that the monthly lighting expenditure of