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YOUNG FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT BANGLADESH

Posted by Zaman on March 25, 2015 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (0)

YOUNG FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT BANGLADESH

Manage Your Money, The Right Way!

 

 

Young People of

(aged 16 to 25)

BANGLADESH

WE ARE LOOKING FOR BLOGERS, VEDIO MAKERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS WITH A PASSION FOR SOCIAL CHANGE

 

DO YOU WANT TO:

MAKE PADAY LENDERS HISTORY?

HELP YOUNG PEOPLE UNDERSTAND THEIR FINANCIAL RIGHTS?

INFORM RATHER THAN CONFUSE?

JOIN TEAM #AAADBANGLADESH

 

 

YOUNG FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT BANGLADESH is a 2 years project, which aim to improve the money management skills of 50000 young people in social housing in Bangladesh.

The programs aims are to help young people to deal with money in general, helping them stay out to debt, save and avoid loan sharks.

 

AAAD Bangladesh is running the social media campaign alongside the project, so this is your opportunity to share your opinions on money issues which could be advice, personal experience or taking your questions to a decision maker.

 

 

Join the conversation on social media, just use the hashtag #aaadbangladesh on twitter and www.facebook.com/youngforsocialdevelopmentbangladesh on facebook and https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/young-social-development-bangladesh-aaad-bangladesh on linkedin.

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Young For Social Development Bangladesh

Do you need money advice or do you

want to add your tips on how other

people could benefit from your advice?

 

Or are you sick of the payday lenders

and fellow young people not knowing

there rights? Are you the person to help

change that?

 

HEALTH INSURANCE

Posted by Zaman on August 13, 2013 at 5:00 AM Comments comments (0)

HEALTH INSURANCE:  

We have worked with Karl Miller from Policies forthe Poor, a group based in Coral Springs, Florida in the United States, topurchase health insurance for our children.   Please contact usif you would like to put additional policies in place to give our childrenbetter healthcare.

 


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