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Project Number
Project Name
Status
1
38
Biplob Poultry Fard
Implemented
2
51
Motaleb Studio & Servicing  Centre
Implemented
3
45
Implemented
4
45
Shamimul Garments & Shoe Store
Implemented
5
50
Saiful Grocery Shop
Implemented
6
19
Inntex Knotwear Ltd
To implement
7
27
Fatema Dairy Farming
To implement
8
30
Siraj Poultry farm
To implement
9
33
Saiyada Krisi Farm
To implement
10
34
Fahim Fish Farming
To implement
11
36
Adarsha Livestock Farm
To implement
12
40
Shariful Cow Fattening
To implement
13
42
Imran Livestock Farm
To implement
14
45
Rice Husk Briquette Factory
To implement
15
47
Sundarban Bee Culture & Honey Farming
To implement
16
50
Jahangir Alam Telecom & Servicing Centre
To implement
17
55
Shadin Mobile Musum & Shubheecha Computers
To implement
18
56
Gram Bangla Telecom & General Stores
To implement
19
57
Labib Dairy Feed & Vet
To implement
20
58
RM Telecom & General Stores
To implement
21
59
Osman Goni Telecom & Servicing Centre
To implement
22
60
Shanto Enterprise
To implement
23
61
Bhai Bhai Fish Farm
To implement
24
63
Adhare Alo Enterprise
To implement
25
64
Hela Marketing Network
To implement
26
65
Al-Amin Shotorinji
To implement
27
67
Rabiul Toy Factory
To implement
28
5
SDRS Social Business
Implemented
29
8
Social Business for Physically Challenged
Implemented
30
9
Grameen Fabrics & Fashion & Babylon Group
Implemented
31
10
SKS Social Business Project
Implemented
32
14
ID Group Texeurope Social Business
Implemented
33
26
Tele Medicine
Implemented
34
41
Social Business for Solid Waste Management
Implemented
35
43
Dairy Khamar
Implemented
36
3
Increase Income for Street Garbage Collectors
To implement
37
6
Mukti Nari Social Business Project
To implement
38
12
NGF Social Business Project
To implement
39
20
Empowering Transgender through Social Business
To implement
40
25
Coming out of Smuggling Practice
To implement
41
28
BASA Social Business Project
To implement
42
31
Coco-pith Plastic Compound Ind.
To implement
43
32
Potential Advancement Network & Hub
To implement
44
35
Social Business for Vulnerable Women
To implement
45
37
Social Business Hospital project
To implement
46
39
Social Business for Biomass Power Solutions
To implement
47
43
Social Business for Fly Ash Brick Production
To implement
48
47
Social Business for Urir Char Project
To implement
49
61
Aroni Mustered Oil
To implement
50
65
Mobile Plant Nursery & Clinic
To implement
 

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PROJECT-1: (NOBIN UDDOGTA) SUZON TELECOM & SERVICING CENTRE

Objective(s):
- Create self employment for the proponent and employment opportunities for others
- Provide necessary service for best communication in the community
- Sell telecom related products for community
- Contribute in improving socio-economic conditions

Idea by: Sree Suzon Kumar Shaha 
Project Designed by: Grameen Telecom Trust 
Project Boundhu: Ms Nazneen Sultana

Presented on: 9th Social Business Design Lab, November 16, 2013

Total Investment Cost: TK 3,80,000  ( Details in the business plan )

Investment Status: search for TK 2,00,000

Business Plan: click here to see the slides

Project Status: Under development

Contact Person:
Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Email: lamiya@grameen.com
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre
Email: amir.khashru@yunuscentre.org

PROJECT-2: (NOBIN UDDOGTA) SHADIN MOBILE MUSEUM & SHUBHECCHA COMPUTERS

Objective(s):
- Start a computer accessories business
- Create Self employment for the entrepreneur;
- Create employment opportunities for others (especially for family members of Grameen Bank Borrowers) ;
- Provide technology products for the advancement of local community;
- Contribute in improving socio-economic condition

Idea by: Md. Abdur Razzak Sarker
Project Designed by: Grameen Telecom Trust

Presented on: 10th Social Business Design Lab, December, 21 2013

Total Investment Cost: 250,000 ( Details in the Business Plan)

Investment Status: search

Business Plan: click to view the project slides

Project Status: Under Development

Contact Person:
Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Email: lamiya@grameen.com
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre
Email: amir.khashru@yunuscentre.org

PROJECT-3: (NOBIN UDDOGTA) JAHANGIR ALAM TELECOM & SERVICING CENTRE

Objective(s):
- Implement the existing Telecom and Servicing business
- Self employment for the proponent
- Create employment opportunity for others (especially for Grameen Borrower’s family)
-  Provide necessary service for best communication in the community
- Sell quality telecom related products for community
- Contribute in improving of socio-economic condition

Idea by: Md. Jahangir Alam 
Project Designed by: Grameen Telecom Trust

Presented on: 9th Social Business Design Lab, November 16, 2013

Total Investment Cost: TK 3,30,000 ( Details in the business plan )

Investment Status: search for TK 2,00,000

Business Plan: click here to see the slides

Project Status: Under Development

Contact Person:
Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Email: lamiya@grameen.com
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre
Email: amir.khashru@yunuscentre.org

Power & Infrastructure

PROJECT-1: SOCIAL BUSINESS FOR BIOMASS POWER SOLUTION

Objective(s):
-Biomass Power Solutions aims to provide electricity to 15,000 energy deprived houses across the country to over 10 to 12 villages by installing 10 plants within 5 Years from the start of 1st Plant.
-To increase earnings of farmers by selling the rice husk, mustard Husk/Stem, Corn Cob etc to Biomass Power Solutions.
-Create employment 32 persons of 10 plants

Idea by: Eng. Sarkar Ardhendu
Project Designed by: Yunus Centre and Eng. Sarkar Ardhendu (Ripon) of S D Tex Promoters Ltd.  
Project Bondhu: Md Ashraful Hasan

Presented on: 8th Social Business Design Lab September 14, 2013

Total Investment Cost: (Details in the Business Plan)

Investment Status: search

Business Plan: click to view the project slides

Project Status:
Under development

Contact Person:
Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Email: lamiya@grameen.com
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre
Email: amir.khashru@yunuscentre.org

ENERGY & INFRASTRUCTURE


PROJECT-2: (NOBIN UDDOGTA) RICE HUSK BRIQUETTES FACTORY

Objective(s):
- Convert 
- Produce briquettes using rice husk insted of wood
- Reduce carbon emission by using rice husk instead of wood
- Create employment opportunities by running a sustainable and profitable briquette factory

Idea by: Ram Prosad
Project Designed by: Grameen Baybosa Bikash
Project Boundhu: Ms Saleha Begum

Presented on: 9th Social Business Design Lab, November 16, 2013

Total Investment Cost: TK 9,00,000 ( Details in the Business Plan)

Investment Status:
 search to invest TK 7,00,000

Business Plan: click to view the project slides

Project Status: Under Development

Contact Person:
Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Email: lamiya@grameen.com
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre
Email: amir.khashru@yunuscentre.org

PROJECT-3: (NOBIN UDDOGTA) ADHARE ALO ENTERPRISE

Objective(s):
- Expand existing solar energy business
- Create self employment for the proponent and employment opportunity for the others
- Promote Green Energy by providing quality solar system to the community
- Improve business and livelihood of local community by access to providing electricity

Idea by: By: Mr Nazmul Ahmed 
Project Designed by: Grameen Trust  
Project Boundhu: Ms Saleha Begum

Presented on: 10th Social Business Design Lab, December, 21 2013

Total Investment Cost: TK 600,000 ( Details in the Business Plan)
Investment Status: Own equity: 2,00,000 (33%) Being sought: 4,00,000 (67%) from Grameen Trust 
Business Plan: click to view the project slides

Project Status: Under development

Contact Person:
Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Email: lamiya@grameen.com
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre
Email: amir.khashru@yunuscentre.org

Nutrition and healthcare

PROJECT-1: SOCIAL BUSINESS – HOSPITAL PROJECT

Objective(s):
-Improving access to Health Care for the Poor
-Quality health care at affordable cost
-Setting up and operating 50-70 Bed Secondary Care Hospital in Dhaka city

Idea by: Sajida Foundation
Project Designed by: Sajida Foundation and Grameen Telecom Trust
Project Bondhu: Mr Imamus Sultan

Presented on: 8th Social Business Design Lab September 14, 2013

Total Investment Cost: TK 10,00,00,000 (Details in the Business Plan)

Investment Status: search

Business Plan: click to view the project slides

Project Status:
Under development

Contact Person:
Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Email: lamiya@grameen.com
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre
Email: amir.khashru@yunuscentre.org

PROJECT-2: (NOBIN UDDOGTA) BADHON DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE

Objective(s):
- Set up a diagnostic centre to provide Different blood, Urine, Stool, ECG & USG  test
- Self employment for the promoter
- Employment for others
- Contribute to the community health services
- Provide affordable & efficient health services to the poor
- Offer special health packages for Grameen Bank staff & members

Idea by: Faisal Ahmed
Project Designed by: Grameen Telecom Trust

Presented on: 9th Social Business Design Lab, November 16, 2013

Total Investment Cost: TK,10,00,000 ( Details in the business plan )

Investment Status: search for TK 8,00,000

Business Plan: click here to see the slides

Project Status: Under Development

Contact Person:
Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Email: lamiya@grameen.com
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre
Email: amir.khashru@yunuscentre.org

PROJEC-3: NGF SOCIAL BUSINESS PROJECT  -ref 38-12

Objective(s):
- Set up a water treatment plant for purifying water
- Serve the pure drinking water to the poor in the proposed area as a social business
- Reduce health problems such as hypertension rate and water born diseases
- Generate Employment

Idea by: Nowabenki Gonomukhi Foundation (NGF) 
Project Designed by: Grameen Telecom Trust
Project Boundhu: Ms Nazneen Sultana

Presented on: 3rd Social Business Design Lab, March 23, 2013

Total Investment Cost: TK 3,000,000 ( Details in the business plan )
Investment Status: search

Business Plan: 

Project Status: Under Development

Contact Person:
Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Email: lamiya@grameen.com
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre
Email: amir.khashru@yunuscentre.org

environment

PROJECT-1: SOCIAL BUSINESS TO INCREASE INCOME FOR STREET GARBAGE COLLECTORS

Presented on: 1st Social Business Design Lab January 5, 2013

Idea by: Yunus Centre
Project Designed by: Yunus Centre
Project Bondhu: Mr. H.I Latifee, Grameen Trust
Total Investment Cost: TK10,000,000 (Details in the Business Plan)
Investment Status: TK.10 lakh funding received. More investment is needed for this project. search

Contact Person:
Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre

Objective:
- Employ garbage collectors who otherwise receive meagre salaries from middlemen in the garbage collection industry.
- Process plastic waste collected through the business and supply these as raw material to plastic product manufacturers.

“Increase income for
street garbage collectors
by eliminating the
middleman”.Vision/ Mission :
Vision /Mission:
 Help the underprivileged by offering employmentas well as
help the environment by supporting plastic companies by
supplying their obligatory raw material that we can produce.
Business objective:
 Create employment for street children as well as adults who
work similar jobs as tokais everyday for meager earnings paid
by the middlemen. Process scrap plastics collected as a raw
material and supply the raw material to existing plastic
companies.What is the Social Problem :
i) Street workers collecting waste are not
fairly compensated for their work due the
middleman pocketing the lion’s share of
profits.
ii) Plastic waste not only hurt the
environment but also makes Dhaka city an
aesthetically unpleasant place to live.
.How it can be overcome:
Systemize the work of people on the street
who collect scrap garbage and give them
opportunities for employment and make
it more efficient/profitable so that they
may be paid fair market wages


Project Status:
Under development stage.

PROJECT-2: SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT SOCIAL BUSINESS

Idea by: Moral Noor Mohammad
Project Designed by: Yunus Centre and Moral Noor Mohammad (Executive Director  of  RUSTIC)
Project Bondhu: Mr. Shaikh Abdud Daiyan
Presented on: 8th Social Business Design Lab September 14, 2013

Total Investment Cost:
 (Details in the Business Plan)

Contact Person:
Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre

Investment Status: 
search

Project Status:
Under development

PROJECT-3: A SOCIAL BUSINESS FOR FLY ASH BRICK PRODUCTION

Objective(s):
- Produce bricks made from fly ash generated from rice husk power plant
- Bring affordable, reliable and environmentally sustainable house building material thereby reducing  carbon emission
- Reduce cost for any kind of construction work
- Reduce firewood harvesting for conventional brickworks
- Reduce land excavation for conventional paving bricks and mud consumption
- Create employment

Idea by:
 Mr Sarkar Ardhendu (Ripon)
Project Designed by: Yunus Centre
Project Boundhu: Md Ashraful Hasam
Presented on: 9th Social Business Design Lab, November, 16 2013

Total Investment Cost:
 TK 20,300,000 ( Details in the Business Plan)

Investment Status: 
search

Contact Person:

Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Email:   lamiya@grameen.com
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre
Email:   amir.khashru@yunuscentre.org

Business Plan:
 click to view the project slides

Project Status:
 Under Development

PROJECT-4: MOBILE PLANT NURSERY & CLINIC

Objective(s):
- Set up a mobile plant nursery 
- Train landless workers to plant crops using pots made from various household materials bought from Tokai children
- Sell the crops to city-dwellers and provide them easy, available and affordable agricultural services 
- Promote gardening to women and children in every possible space at the apartment for gardening give them them the opportunity to sell their surplus on the van
-  Create permanent employment for landless workers 
- Provide steady income and social education for street children
- Provide chemical free, fresh produce for city-dwellers 

Idea by: Green Savers 
Project Designed by: Yunus Centre  
Project Boundhu: Ehsanul Bari

Presented on: 10th Social Business Design Lab, December, 21 2013

Total Investment Cost: TK 1,000,000 ( Details in the Business Plan)

Investment Status: search

Business Plan: click to view the project slides

Project Status: Under development

Contact Person:
Ms. Lamiya Morshed, Yunus Centre
Email:   lamiya@grameen.com
Mr. Amir Khashru, Yunus Centre
Email:   amir.khashru@yunuscentre.org

If this idea interests you I suggest you chat further with mostofa who is seeing how this idea can transfer from dhaka where youth fans of yunus invented it to Indian the city of lucknow where one school is responsible for future livelihoods of about 25000 teenagers and has the sorts of spaces across the city needed to accomodate the 50000 children it educates each year

stage 0 a youth lab asks teenagers or college students to design an idea for generating revenue or filling a service that their community is badly missing

stage 1 winners get a stall for a week in a busy market place or student space - this may test out whether selling a product makes a profit or it may be there to see it eg students want to assemble a team to prototype a service during their next vacation

stage 2 works out next stage of funding surviving concepts need; while even concepts that fail brief what students learnt in such a way that the knowhow keeps accumulating - think of students both having access to a permanent market if stalls and a blog

possibly each city is collaboratively different in terms of what makes a youthlab sustainable -or each major practice area- one where there are lots of open tech youth may be different than one where there are lots communally caring about nutrition or local health

in dhaka's case dr yunus has now hosted  nearly 100 entries that have got to the stall stage - and looking at all the different app ideas of students is a treasure trove of SME action learning in its own right

as written in lucknow mostofa can  test to see if the world larges pro=youth schooling system sustain youthlab whereas in dhaka it helps if your regions most famous entrepreneur will put his name to turning up and celebrating those who get to market stalls

if you have an idea on what your capital city needs to connect together for its most collaborative youth lab - discuss with all of us or ask mostofa for some more details first

thanks chris macrae

there is a next stage - once some great youthlabs are confederated how do we linkin mentor networks or fund networks or learning replication networks- but the first question is your capital or region a contender to get one of tehse going and what do you need to get active

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