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- As the Commward 2016, organized by Bangladesh Brand Forum approaches, we wanted to celebrate this special time of the year by sharing some of our best work from last year. a2i - Access to Information – “Jibon Theke Niye” Keeping Public Service Day 2015 in mind, Magnito Digital conceptualized and developed a campaign “জীবন থেকে নিয়ে” by which the people of Bangladesh were given a platform to express themselves. This was the first time in Bangladesh that the government gave a direct platform for the ordinary people to speak up and suggest their ideas to solve problems. The campaign was featured in the Social Good Summit 2015, organized by United Nations Development Programme - UNDP & Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in partnership with Mashable. Campaign Case Study : https://goo.gl/bluvot CREDITS : Client : Access to Information (a2i) Campaign : "Jibon Theke Niye" Agency : Magnito Digital Chief Creative Officer : Riyad S A Husain Account Director : Munazer Ahmed Chowdhury Account Manager : Tashrif Khaled Strategic Planner : Iftekher Rajib Rupai Copywriter : Akila Jahan Pritha Visualizer : Chow Shwe Ching, Jannal Ul Fardoush Hira Graphic Designer: Mahmudul Hasan Sunny Developer- Ahsan Ullah Director- Reehan Rahman 6 hours ago
- "After my husband died 10 months ago we fell on hard times. But our situation got worse with the drought and saline intrusion from El Niño. All our rice and vegetables died. We had taken out several loans for our farm and we lost everything”, said Nguyen Thi Nuong, from rural VietNam. Elderly and in poor health, she is still recovering from the collapse of her house during Typhoon Durian in 2006. Before the drought, her family owned nearly half a football field of land for cultivation. However, to cover the cost of more than 100 million VND (US$4490) of bank loans she was forced to sell more than two thirds of the land, and now rents it back for 30 million VND (US$1,350) a year. 16 hours ago
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