Institute of Advance Education and Social Welfare

To stimulate ecological balance and form harmony between human and nature, i-volunteers raise awareness. Again, Institute of Advance Education and Social Welfare arrange seminars, training programs and distribute leaflets to strengthen the ability of the region's most vulnerable communities to ensure the sustainable use of natural resources, provide environmentally friendly living options, mitigate the negative effects of climate change, and increase their socioeconomic status while preserving ecological balance. Current programs on environmental issues are use of jute products and to save the forest.

Use Jute Products: Jute is one of the most important natural fibers after cotton in terms of cultivation and usage. Cultivation is dependent on the climate, season and soil. Almost 85% of the world’s jute cultivation is concentrated in the Bangladesh and India. Jute is along, soft, shiny vegetable fiber that can be spun into coarse, strong threads. Jute plants help to clean the air; during growth they assimilate three times more CO2 than the average trees as well as having little need for fertilizers and pesticides, jute plants enrich the soil. In China some 3 billion plastic bags were used every day and the waste belts in China were beginning to look like White Mountains due to all the discarded plastic so use jute products, save the environment and enrich our economy.

Save the Forest: Sundarban, the world’s largest mangrove forest, provides protection to millions of Indians and Bangladeshis against devastating cyclones. A variety of habitats have developed to accommodate the wildlife, including beaches, estuaries, permanent and semi-permanent swamps, tidal flats, tidal creeks, coastal dunes, back dunes and levees in our Sundarbans. But the forests are rapidly disappearing. Threats come from unplanned human development; industrial pollution, expanding agriculture, overfishing, coal mining, threats from offshore oil spills and deforestation all threaten the integrity of the Sundarbans. The Sundarbans are a critical tiger habitat and one of the few remaining natural forests huge enough to support a large number of tigers. Please do all you can to ensure the survival of the Royal Bengal Tiger. We urge the Government and UNESCO World Heritage Committee to recognize the threat on the Sundarbans.


Institute Of Advance Education and Social welfare
U-55, (ground floor), Nurjahan Road
Mohammadpur, Dhaka-1207
Telephone : +8802-48118104, Cell : +8801955902920
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