Asmani Jubo Nari Foundation has been working as an organization for adolescent girls and young women since 2016. The founder herself is a child-marriage survivor. Since then she is working to stop child marriages and successfully stopped 294 child marriages. This organization is working to empower local women entrepreneurs through training, workshop and engagement so that women can stand against all forms of discrimination, deprivations, inequality and gender-based violence. It has trained about 2,595 women in tailoring. It has also established a low-cost sanitary napkin-producing factory to supply sanitary napkins to 5 local schools. During the pandemic, they financially supported more than 100 women and girls, distributed free masks, sanitiser and sanitary napkins among 5000 poor girls and women in the community. Shirin Akther Asa received the award on behalf of the organization.