Share-Net Bangladesh has once again come up with Young Researchers Fellowship Grant 2024! As part of the knowledge generation and capacity development initiative, each year SNBD provides two special grants for … Read More »

Girl Talk with Leaders: Empowering Women through SRHR and Entrepreneurship

With a focus on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) and women empowerment, the event, titled “Girl Talk with Leaders,” highlighted the crucial role of young girls and women in … Read More »

Shattering Stereotypes, Ending Violence: A Call to Action for International Women’s Day 2024

“I have been suffering for so long. I feel like sobbing whenever I start talking about it.” These words echo the silent pain of countless women trapped in the cycle of … Read More »

No Country for GDP: Navigating Struggles of Gender-Diverse People in Bangladesh

In recent days, the gender-diverse community in Bangladesh has faced a surge of discrimination and hostility, leaving many individuals paralyzed with fear and uncertainty. Reports of eviction, harassment, and online threats … Read More »

Turning Pain into Power: Youth Leaders in DRC’s Resilience and Advocacy to Fight Against Sexual Violence

In the face of escalating conflict, economic instability, and recurrent climate crises, reports of sexual violence and coercion are on the rise in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. One survivor, … Read More »

Conceiving Change: AdSEARCH Redefining Infertility Narratives in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, the chapter on infertility has long been etched in the shadows, overshadowed by societal misconceptions and a historical tendency to place the burden disproportionately on women. This silent struggle, … Read More »

Hormones & Reproductive Health: The Untold Story of Women’s Metabolic Well-being

Researchers at the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute have shed light on a crucial yet often overlooked aspect of women’s health — the connection between female reproductive milestones and the risk … Read More »

From Torn Pages to Open Minds: Bangladesh’s Battle for Gender Inclusivity

In a global landscape slowly embracing diverse gender identities, Bangladesh grapples with persistent negative attitudes. Despite legal recognition of transgenders as the third gender, societal acceptance lags behind. Recent incidents, such … Read More »

Casting Off Shackles: Bangladesh’s Urgent Call to End Child Marriages

Child marriage in Bangladesh remains a formidable challenge, affecting a staggering number of young lives. The recent statistics from UNICEF Bangladesh reveal a distressing scenario, with approximately 56.9 million children among … Read More »

Beyond Eight Weeks: The Maternity Benefit Dilemma for Working Women

In Bangladesh, legal provisions for maternity leave exist, yet the reality for many female workers remains far from ideal. While the Bangladesh Labour Act of 2006 mandates maternity benefits, the nuances … Read More »