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Joy Bangla Youth Award Winners: Saga of Untold Youth Spirit

Afzal Hossain, A disabled by birth. Never gave up struggle. Graduated within limitations and running the family through a grocery shop named ‘Vai Vai Store’. Stands by other disabled with his own efforts.

Afzal Hossain

Shahriar Jahan Ripa, A tireless entrepreneur of homecrafts, food, screenprint. Being just an undergraduate student, not only she became solvent through her venture but also she’s employing other women in it.
 Anis Morshed, Generating bio-gas from poultry and farm wastes. Changed his fate selling eggs, poultry meat and providing bio-gas to his locality.  03.-Anis-Morshed
 Aziza Khairun Siegee, An online food shop owner providing traditional uncommon deshi foods through the Web.
 Md. Najmul Haque, Informing poor uneducated farmers about modern applications of agriculture. Determined to bring positive change to their lives. 05.-Nazmul-Haque
 Md. Nazrul Islam, Educating poor adults and children. Also, enlightening the tribal and untouchables. Runs several awareness programs and gathering funds for a hospital.  
 Ahsan Rony, Encouraging urban people to grow floral, fruit and vegetable plants in their household to make cities greener. 07.-Ahsan-Rony
 Suman Chandra Das, Runs a movement for awareness about river erosion and made success attracting the authority to take measures.
 Mohiuddin Kawser, Runs cultural activities based on the spirit of liberation war. Provides free medical treatments for the poor. Provides stipend for meritorious students. 09.-Mohiuddin-Kawser
 Jewel Rana, Created sanctuary for the birds. Provides treatment for the wild animals.
Mohidur Rahman, Activist for preserving environment and tradition. Conducting social movement and awareness campaign for environment friendly agriculture aimed to create the world a better place.
H M Khairul Basar, Provides education for the adults and the poor dropouts. Runs Awareness campaign on our traditional cultural roots and library movement. 12.-H-M-Khairul-Basar
Lovely Khondokar, Works on empowerment of women and the women who are oppressed.  
Hira Mukta Begum, Working on women empowerment and employment. Activist for poor helpless women and children.  14.-Hira-Mukta-Begum
Md Shahidul Islam Howlader, Working for the better living of the disabled people by providing them training and education.  15.-Md-Shahidul-Islam-Howlader2
Bijoy Rudro Paul, Being a child of tea-garden worker was troubled managing exam fees, now supports meritorious students of the tea gardens of Moulvibazar. 16.-Bijoy-Rudro-Paul
Kanjilal Roy Jibon, Energetic youth working with the school students, making them participate in cultural activities, debates and social activities.  17.-Kanjilal-Roy-Jibon
Faridul Islam Farid, Established orphanage providing education facilities for the poor orphans. Managing stipends for the meritorious orphans.  18.-Faridul-Islam-Farid
Md Abdur Rahim, Founding member of ERA, voluntarily teaches the street children and finances them.  
Keshob Roy, Relentlessly working against child-marriage, eradicating poverty and providing education to the poor.  20.-Keshob-Roy
Kumar Bishajit Barman, Founded Ashar Alo pathshala, a platform for educating the drop-out children. A strong voice against addiction to drugs among the adolescent youth. 21.-Kumar-Bishajit-Barman
Farzana Khan Likhon, Providing free computer training for the women in the aim to empower them with employment worthy skills. Also, works against women & child trafficking.  
Mohon Robi Das, First ever Dhaka University graduate from the descendants of tea garden worker family engaged the underprivileged students and youth of the tea garden workers.  
K M Moshiur Rahman, Founded Talent Science Club, thrusting the primary students towards enthusiasm and science addicts, by motivating them to build science projects.  24.-K-M-Moshiur-Rahman2
Jannatun Nayeem Prity, An HSC examinee with her magical writings on the history of the Liberation War imparting true national history to the youth. 25.-Jannatun-Nayeem-Prity
Sukanto Gupto, A computer science graduate turned dedicated cultural activist, inspiring the youth in cultural engagement through ‘Sruti’.  26.-Sukanto-Gupto
Md. Robiul Haque Chowdhury, Founder of Trinomul Natyadol, using their theatre as a communication tool for dissimilating mass people in social awareness.  27.-Md.-Robiul-Haque-Chowdhury
Md Mostafa Kamal, Invented a glass capable of giving the blinds the sense of vision. 28.-Md-Mostafa-Kamal
Mohammad Zakaria Haider, Invented an economic technology called Braille Embosser (Dishari), which imprints Braille characters for the visually impaired people.  29.-Mohammad-Zakaria-Haider
Safayet Ahmed, Inventor of a gesture oriented glove, Speak Up, which translates gesture signs into voice output, a hope for the disabled to be able to communicate better with gestures.  30.-Safayet-Ahmed