for CSR strategy development


Provide training and facilitates workshops on topics of CSR to motivate private sector & NGO


Facilitates forums and seminars to engage stakeholders for advocating responsible business practices and CSR

With regard to the persistent need to strike a balance between social justice, environmental preservation, and economic progress, sustainability has become a crucial idea in the global discourse. A variety of parties, such as governments, corporations, civil society organizations, and individuals, are responsible for driving sustainability efforts. Global sustainability initiatives are guided by international frameworks such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations, which offer a road map for tackling urgent issues including hunger, poverty, inequality, and environmental degradation.

In Bangladesh, government policies and activities are essential for promoting sustainability. In order to encourage sustainable development, the government has put in place a number of initiatives, such as the creation of national strategies and action plans, the enforcement of environmental laws, and investments in renewable energy and infrastructure projects.

Bangladesh’s sustainability initiatives also benefit greatly from the contributions of civil society organizations, grassroots movements, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). These groups work locally to address environmental, social and economic issues through advocacy, capacity building, and community-based projects.

To achieve sustainability, all societal sectors must work together, be innovative and take collective action. Together, we can tackle the interrelated issues of social injustice, environmental degradation and economic inequality to create a more resilient and sustainable society for both the current and upcoming generations.