Just like the rest of the world, Covid-19 has impacted the lives as we know it in Bangladesh. During this tough time, people from different
Standard Chartered Bangladesh has contributed USD 1.6 million to Red Cross and UNICEF programmes that are providing emergency relief to communities impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
ShopUp and Obhizatrk foundation have partnered up for Project Shokkhom, where they are working to raise funds for at least 1,000 SMEs who have potential but require support to survive during this pandemic.
Jatri’s mission is to change the dilapidated and unreliable image that exists of buses in Dhaka by promoting digitalized ticketing and tracking in buses.
The nation collectively mourns the loss of prominent educationalist and principal of Sunbeams School, Niloufer Manzur, wife of Syed Manzur Elahi, Chairman of Apex Footwear
Standard Chartered Bangladesh is collaborating with BRAC to deliver support packages to 25,000 people from 5000 low-income families, residing in areas locked down to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. The packages, containing staples and non-perishable food items, are being delivered to the doorsteps of the impacted households.
The Foreign Investors’ Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) provided 11,000 units of high-quality Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) suits to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), to help the nation in its fight against COVID–19.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the distribution of Tk 2,500 each through mobile financial services (MFS) to 50 lakh distressed families amid the pandemic.
Samsung Bangladesh has recently launched the very new Galaxy M31, the #MegaMonster. The first and foremost feature of this smartphone – a monstrous 6,000 mAh battery – that has been designed to let users’ stream, play, and capture for longer than ever. It also comes Type-C with 15W fast charging.
Guardian Life has quickly developed a suitable insurance package called ‘Corona Safety Net’ for the bankers.