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IYCB Membership Drive 2012

We dream for a new future through our little initiatives, dream for a new world developed by the power of youths. International Youth Council Bangladesh (IYCB) is our platform to work together. We are just in our start... Join us and make the network bigger..... Check out what we did in less then a year Be one of us. Apply for membership at

Started by joynul abedin Feb 25, 2012.

Climate Change, Mitigation, Sustainable Energy and Sustainable Development for Youth, Women, Kids, Oldmen 2 Replies

According to UNDP , Bangladesh is the most vulnerable country to climate change. It is estimated that about 17% of total surface area will be down into water by 2040 because  of  sea level rise.The observed data a from 1970 to 2000 indicates that the earth surface temper autumn is staringature is gradually increasing. tHerefore,autumn is starting in late and spring is comimg in earlier. On the other hand,the duration of  winter  is decreasing Bangladesh. These are affecting food production…Continue

Started by Mahfuja Parven. Last reply by Mahfuja Parven Feb 23, 2012.

Updates from IYC- Bangladesh Chapter 2 Replies

International Youth Council- Bangladesh Chapter is going to start its field level work very soon. Councilors of Bangladesh Chapter are working actively to launch projects.  We are very happy to have some enthusiastic people with us, they are really awesome. After the announcement of Bangladesh chapter we have four formal meeting among the councilors. We made some plans, select our work of concerns and its objectives. We are currently working for branding IYC-Bangladesh Chapter and taking…Continue

Started by Washik Muhammod Istiaq Ezaz. Last reply by Mukul Tarafdar Dec 31, 2011.

What do think about the issue of Dr. Muhammad Yunus and his ideas towards a poverty free Bangladesh? 4 Replies

Recently, Dr. Muhammad Yunus has been a great issue in Bangladesh regarding his professional life and also the ideas he developed. It also involves the global community as well to be concerned about the issue related with him. He is definitely a great and big personal in the country, but at the same time his ideas and principles of his micro-credit and social business have a great debate over the world with opposition to him.  As a Bangladeshi youth what is your view on this fact?? Please, come…Continue

Tags: Bussiness, Current, issues., Social, Microcredit

Started by joynul abedin. Last reply by Sayeed Bhuiyan Shaun (Shaan) Sep 1, 2011.

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Comment by Aliul Azim Razu on August 14, 2018 at 1:56pm

Filling wow! for 100th member of this chapter☺. 

Thanks from 

-Youth Parliament Bangladesh.

Comment by joynul abedin on December 5, 2011 at 8:20pm

Anuvob; Spread the Warmth....

Comment by joynul abedin on October 21, 2011 at 9:52pm
IYCB youths will unite to a day long cleanup event organized by UNYSAB with the support of UNFPA and UNIC in Dhaka University Campus on 27th October, 2011. As population of the world increases the tension grows with environmental issues.

So the ultimate aim of this event is to make awareness among people regarding their duties and responsibilities towards a clean and sound environment.

If you are interested to be in this event with IYCB team please fill the form at-

For more information please contact: +8801682485531, +8801671057819
Comment by joynul abedin on October 19, 2011 at 12:40am
The final list of the participants who Participated in World Food Day Event through IYCB has been prepared for awarding certificates. Find your name in this doc file at-!/groups/214815501868995/doc/306639862686...  Please check the spelling of your name, suggest us if any correction needed.
Comment by Ahmed, MD. Farid on October 17, 2011 at 2:37pm
Salam for all Bangladesh cheater member..
Comment by Washik Muhammod Istiaq Ezaz on October 15, 2011 at 3:45pm
A mail has been sent to all the participants of WFD. Hope to you all see there. Please Check your mail.Please come to the venue exactly at 2:00pm and sign yourself in. If you forget to sign in, we will not be able to give you your certificate later. When you sign in make sure to take your T-shirt and ID card, from the booth.
For any further query and info please contact: +8801682485531, +8801671057819


Comment by joynul abedin on October 1, 2011 at 2:02pm
Dear Fellow,
It's a pleasure for us to let you know about the following events. Please go through the words and show your interest to support the endless struggle against hunger.

'Up with Justice, Down with Hunger.'

16th October, 2011 is WORLD FOOD DAY (WFD). So, ACTIONAID ACTIVISTA & International Youth Council Bangladesh (IYCB) is coming together to spread awareness and contribute to the importance of World Food Day (WFD). Together we work for the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) set up by the United Nations.On WFD ACTIVISTA and IYCB are uniting to raise their voice ...against such injustice. It’s a chance for you to be a part of this International Campaign. It is an amazing opportunity for YOUTH like YOU to say something for the betterment of the society. Our program would consist of many interesting activity including a FLASHMOB, its fairly new and a very unique way of spreading awareness among people who are less interested in Global Issues. On that day, our week long Signature Campaign being held in Universities in Dhaka will be counted and concluded by thousand Candle Lighting Ceremony.On 16th we are going to be there, and if you are someone who believes in change, someone who wants change and someone who wants to be a part of Global Youth Network, can join us at Central Shaheed Minar. It’s your chance to spread awareness and say:
“Until You Wake Up, We will fight for You.”

On 16th October 2011
2:00pm – 7:00pm

"Certificates will be provided to all the registered participants."

More info can be found in our event page created by Farah Maliha.

Interested youths are requested to be registered through the following link-

IYC Bangladesh Team
Comment by joynul abedin on September 26, 2011 at 2:51am

IYC-Bangladesh is very much pleased to announce that it's first formal inaugural program is going to be held on 28th September, 201.

It will be a very simple event followed by
01. an introductory session,
02. motivational notes,
03. future project planning and
04. the Certificate Distribution Ceremony to the participants of Green Channel Project.

For your convenience I mention here the time and date again-

Reporting time- 3.40pm

Program Starts- 4pm and ends 6pm, 28th september, 2011.

Venue: Conference Hall, Department of Development Studies, 4th Floor, Arts Building, University of Dhaka.


N.B: See the latest news and updates about IYCBangladesh at and

Comment by Washik Muhammod Istiaq Ezaz on September 24, 2011 at 3:41pm
IYC-Bangladesh is very much pleased to announce that it's first formal inaugural program is going to be held on 28th September, 2011 from 4pm to 6pm at Conference Hall, Department of Development Studies, University of Dhaka. All the participants and IYC volunteers are requested to attend the program timely.

It will be a very simple event followed by
01. an introductory session,
02. motivational notes,
03. future project planning and
04. the Certificate Distribution Ceremony to the participants of Green Channel Project. Report us if anyone unable to attend the event.
Comment by Dave Bauer on August 14, 2011 at 11:13am

I am a creativity consultant as well as environmental youth empowerment trainer.  Just joined the Bangladesh IYC group.

Here's is my question/challenge:

"In what ways can we collaborate collectively to empower more youth in our areas to address key environmental issues they are passionate about?"

Please take a moment to see the Environmental Youth Summit that I run each March in Buffalo NY, USA.

Would love to share what I have learned from this experience (5 years now)  with others in the IYC.



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