Korvi Rakshand

Korvi

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Name: Korvi Rakshand
Organization: JAAGO Foundation
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Title: Founder
Bio:
Korvi Rakshand founded JAAGO Foundation in a small room with only 17 children back in 2007 with a dream of breaking the cycle of poverty through quality education for the unprivileged. Soon, with immense love and affection for deprived children, Korvi put an effort to expand his organization with 1400 children studying in 8 branches of JAAGO schools all over Bangladesh. Korvi, who is considered as the pioneer of volunteerism in Bangladesh, founded Volunteer For Bangladesh that has more than 12,000 registered volunteers across Bangladesh. His work and dedication brought him various awards and recognition including International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) and Mosaic International Award in 2010. He was listed in the “Top 99 under 33 Influential Foreign Policy Leaders” by The Diplomatic Courier, in Washington D.C. in 2013 and one of the 10 inspirational Bangladeshis around the world by the British Bangladeshi Power & Inspiration in 2014.

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Nov 16, 2015 / 0 Comments / in Education, Poverty alleviation, Human Rights

JAAGO Foundation has 14 established traditional and online schools across Bangladesh providing Free-of-Cost education to underprivileged children living in the slums of the big cities and in even some of the remotest areas of the country.

Volunteer for Bangladesh is the first and largest nation-wide youth platform in Bangladesh which drives the huge untapped young people for the betterment of community and the nation. Currently VBD is working with 12,000 volunteers to bring positive changes in the lives of mass people in Bangladesh.

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Jul 17, 2014 / 0 Comments / in Education

JAAGO Foundation provides Free-of-Cost education to the underprivileged children currently running 14 online and traditional schools in Bangladesh.
Moreover, several supporting projects focusing on health, nutrition and socioeconomic conditions ensure proper upbringing of the poor children.

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