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Mentorship Program
sustaining voices, ideas and actual projects

The BGreen Mentorship Program is an action oriented, project implementation component of The BGreen Project. This environmental action research initiative is an organized platform to aid selected participants to turn their proposed, localized action plans into reality that was generated and selected through an open competition for youth in Bangladesh.The BGreen Mentorship Program brings together young innovators with experienced Mentors to tackle environmental issues by working on a specific community engaged environmental project. Our Mentors provide guidance, build connections and help the Mentees implement proposed ideas in their locality. Mentees get access to exclusive opportunities to turn their ideas into viable, creative and sustainable projects within a span of a calendar year. The Mentorship Program runs on an annual cycle and for the year 2015, BGreen is providing Mentorship to four exciting, environmental projects in Bangladesh.

Bgreen

The best way to show your individuality

We are looking for innovative, small-scale, micro-projects that take an asset-based, localized approach that can eventually grow into much larger projects in the future. We support ideas that encourage creative environmental problem solving in localized communities triggered by the youth.

BGreen’s goal

Dynamic youth from the chosen communitiy

We are looking for projects that have a clear vision and a finite plan and we encourage building a small project from a clear, defined idea.

BGreen Mentorship Program

sustaining voices, ideas and actual projects

Mentorship Program helps refine youth ideas, assists in proposal development and project implementation. For the BGreen Mentorship Program to be a success we need a core group of committed, enterprising, responsible individuals with brilliant, precise action plans to turn into reality.

BGreen Projects

Urban Agriculture for a Better Living

We are promoting urban agriculture in every possible way that is possible within our limit. Also developing two model project in two roof tops. Our objective is to make the overall environment of Dhaka healthy through the concept of modern urban agriculture.
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Mentors : Quazi Baby, Niels Van Den Berge

Environmental Social Change and Youth Participatory Action Research as the methodological focal point, the goal was to merge the strengths of the academic and non-academic world, merging theory and praxis, to yield sustainable results.

Mentors : Belén Vallina Gonzáles, Najmus Sadiq

Environmental Social Change and Youth Participatory Action Research as the methodological focal point, the goal was to merge the strengths of the academic and non-academic world, merging theory and praxis, to yield sustainable results.

Carrying Mother Earth Inside Me

“Kids for Nature” is an approach towards an Environment Friendly Future which contains different initiatives to teach the School going neophytes about the Importance of Mother Nature and different Conservation behaviors.

Kanchana Weerakoon

Kanchana Weerakoon is the founder of ECO-V, Sri Lanka and co-founder of Journeys for Climate Justice, Australia. A conservationist, Ornithologist and an organic farmer, she campaigns for Climate change and training Youth as future Green leaders in Sri Lanka.

Quazi Baby

Quazi Baby completed Masters from Dhaka University. She received Honorary Doctorate award from Sapporo University, Yvonne Hebert scholarship from UN Women, USA and from U.K. Government. Quazi Baby is the founder of Participatory Development Action Program.

Remeen Feroze

Remeen Firoz is an Environmentalist, with over a decade of experience in Bangladesh. Her interests are: community based adaptation; disaster risk reduction; education and communication; indigenous knowledge; rivers and water resources; natural resource governance and migration.

Shahzia Khan

Shahzia Mohsin Khan is an environmental scientist experienced in environmental management, policy and protected areas. She is working at USAID’s Climate-Resilient Ecosystems & Livelihoods, a J.D. Rockefeller 3rd Program Fellow at Winrock International in Bangladesh.
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Patrick Kirkby

Pat is an environmental professional and PhD candidate with a background in research, advocacy, youth leadership and consulting. He is passionate about sustainability and taking action on climate change, and has led ‘climate justice’ initiatives in Bangladesh, Vietnam and Sri Lanka.

Fadia Hasan
Belén Vallina Gonzalez
Niels Van Den Berge