Dr Safiqul Islam

February 22, 2021

Back to school again: Assessing what students missed during school closings for COVID-19

Schools in Bangladesh have been closed since March 2020, with remote education taking their place. That poses a very practical problem. When students return, each of them will have had greatly varied educational experiences.
October 13, 2019

Educating a generation: Bangladesh’s barefoot teachers

How did thousands of women like Rubia Akhter, in the most rural, remote parts of Bangladesh, who previously had little to no education, educate almost 13 million children?
September 20, 2017

5 ways young people can help tackle climate change

While the situation is the worst it has ever been, we are better equipped than we have ever been. This success can be credited to collaborative efforts by the government and civil society, which ensure shelter homes, pre-disaster preparedness, and early warning systems.
February 17, 2016

Primary schools in Bangladesh to go digital, reaching 20 million students

The Bangladesh Prime Minister this week launched the latest addition to the country’s digital curriculum to reach 20 million primary school students, continuing to revolutionise one of the most under-resourced education systems in South Asia.