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Below is a small selection of our favorite videos, articles and documentation about Friendship, Bangladesh and the Chars.
Climate change in Bangladesh - a film by Yann Arthus Bertrand
Friendship receives Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2016.
Michael Hall (/Dexter) visits Friendship’s Hospital ship.
Greenpeace’s iconic Rainbow Warrior II becomes a hospital ship
National Geographic - Preserving Bangladesh's Boatbuilding Heritage
“Voice of Bangladesh” - a documentary by Vito Labalestra
Human - a film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand (Runa Khan's Interview)
“Runa Khan and Friendship” interview by Paolo Pellizzari.
TEDx Talk - Runa Khan explores the definition of success and failure
Friendship Centre receives 2016 Aga Khan Award for Architecture. Designed by architect Kashef Mahboob Chowdhury, the center is a rural training centre.
The Economist asks Ms Khan about the role of the private sector in improving healthcare services for under-served communities – Q&A commissioned by United Nations Foundation.
National Geographic features article about Friendship in celebration of 40th Anniversary of Rolex Awards for Enterprise.
Hermès selects Friendship as beneficiary for sale of Generous Squares. Limited edition of “The Garden of Maharani” square created. All profits donated to Friendship.
REPORTS AND DOCUMENTATION
Friendship issues report “The Status of Knowledge of Legal Rights, Government Structure and Education” following research over the years in Bangladesh’s Chars. Our Inclusive Citizenship Program endeavours to make underprivileged citizens aware of their rights and offer them access to justice and legal services. (Thanks to ERIKSHJALPEN for their financial support.)
SATMED, an e-health platform, was deployed in Friendship’s hospital ships and Gaibandha training centre. The platform is used to share medical records across the three ships, to synchronise information with HQ, and to provide e-learning web conferencing tools to the training centre (funded by the Luxembourg Government and developed by SES).
Read our brochure to have a brief insight into Friendship’s work. Friendship is a donations-funded NGO striving to create lasting solutions to the challenges faced by the poor and vulnerable communities in Bangladesh.