Bangladesh Freedom Foundation (BFF)

Bangladesh Freedom Foundation (BFF) is an independent grant-making organization governed by a voluntary board of trustees. The Foundation was formed as a trust under Bangladesh law in September 1997 and registered with the NGO Affairs Bureau of the Government of Bangladesh in April 1998.

Bangladesh Freedom Foundation invests in programs that work towards freeing people from poverty, ignorance and oppression. The Foundation does not support any initiative or organization whose work is contrary to the principles of equality and respect for all religious, cultural and ethnic groups. It does not support any form of religious, ethnic, sectarian, racial discrimination or extremism, nor partisan political agendas.Bangladesh Freedom Foundation operates from an endowment grant provided by the Ford Foundation and welcomes collaborative grant-making with institutions that share similar goals and interests. More information .....

 
 
 
 
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Bangladesh Freedom Foundation

BFF organized a ‘Motivation Training to Improve the Professional Skill of the Science Teachers’ of secondary schools of Rajshahi districts on January 21-23, 2015 in collaboration with Centre for Capacity Building of Volunteer Organisation (CCBVO). Rajshahi Teachers’ Training College (RTTC) provided academic support to the program with their training and teaching resources.

 With the aim to encourage children and teenagers in science education a two-day long Children Science Congress 2014 is held at national Science Museum on August 29 and 30, 2014. The Society for the Popularisation of Science, Bangladesh (SPSB) organised the programme with the assistance of Bangladesh Freedom Foundation for the second time this year. First Security Islami Bank Ltd (FSIBL) has sponsored the festival.

Started on April 04, 2014, BFF-SAMAKAL National Science Debate 2014 concluded on June 07, 2014. The final events were held at Dhaka Residential Model College auditorium on June 06-07, 2014. The major objective of this contest was to promote and popularize science through the participation of higher secondary students at a debate contest across the country.

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