This is part 2 of a two-part blog on the lesson learnt from a three-month long journey to develop a toolkit to identifying and empower grassroots innovations in the context of Bangladesh. Part 1 talked about the ley key features of the framework. This blog features, in brief, just a few of the fascinating local innovations that we came across while working on the strategy toolkit and testing out our model.
What We Learnt from a Three-Month Long Experiment to Develop a Framework for Identifying and Enabling Grassroots Innovations in Bangladesh .Part 2
December 31, 2023
Join us in amplifying the voices of grassroots innovators in Bangladesh. Together, we can nurture these solutions for a brighter and more sustainable future for all.
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