The activities of Youth For Change Bangladesh (YFC-BD) have always been planned and implemented with a view to bringing positive changes in society. YFC-BD works to create scopes of capacity building for the youngsters of Bangladesh. YFC-BD has a pool of talented young trainers who have proven experience as facilitators on diverse topics related to gender, sexual and reproductive health rights, campaign designing, advocacy, and movement building. The trainers conduct workshops on such topics all over Bangladesh. So far it has covered six districts and collaborated with local organizations. The youth participants received training on gender and campaign design and implemented the learnings in their own community. Another unique feature of this organization is its online and offline campaigns. One of its greatest achievements was the campaign against sexual harassment in public transport. In 2017, YFC-BD put stickers on public transports displaying a tollfree helpline number ‘109’ designed to file sexual harassment complaints. Numerous NGOs, government offices, and schools also used those stickers. It has other effective campaigns such as ‘Beat the Myth’ and ‘Safe Digital Space for Girls’. The objective of the former campaign was to eradicate prevalent social myths regarding rape and the ill practice of victim-blaming. It was held at Rangpur in 2019. Local police, community leaders, and the mayor along with students participated in this campaign. The latter campaign focused on increasing awareness of digital safety and internet literacy among adolescent girls and young women. It was an online campaign that had twenty-five episodes in seven districts. A similar online campaign titled ‘Ask & Act’ was launched to communicate different topics of societal development from gender equality to youth development. With thirty successful episodes, the online campaign reached around four lakh participants including young activists, representatives of the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs, CSOs, and different local and international non-government organizations. Their current projects include ‘Dhaka Girls Empowerment’, ‘Youth Moves’, and YMPA.