|Residence Dhaka, Bangladesh|
Alma mater University of London
Name Korvi Rakshand
|Born August 19, 1985 (age 30) (1985-08-19) Dhaka, Bangladesh|
Occupation Founder of JAAGO Foundation President of Volunteer for Bangladesh
Parents Mafruda Khan Erin, Nurul Akter
Korvi rakshand founder jaago foundation at channel i talk show on csr part 2
Korvi Rakshand (born August 19, 1985) is a Bangladeshi social entrepreneur. He is the founder of JAAGO Foundation, a non profit organization established in April 2007. Rakshand was ranked 5th in list of top 10 Inspirational Bangladeshis around the world published by British Bangladeshi Power & Inspiration 100 at the British Parliament Commonwealth Room.
- Korvi rakshand founder jaago foundation at channel i talk show on csr part 2
- Gdn awards competition s finalist korvi rakshand from bangladesh
- Early life
- JAAGO Foundation
- Volunteer for Bangladesh
- Awards and recognition
Gdn awards competition s finalist korvi rakshand from bangladesh
Rakshand was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, to Nurul Akhter, businessman and Mafruda Khan, principle of a school. He finished his schooling from Scholastica school and later from Mastermind School, Dhaka.
In 2007, he created the JAAGO Foundation. With 17 students he started a free-of-cost-school in the slum area of Rayer Bazar, which now runs classes for nearly 600 students.
In March 2011 JAAGO opened another school in the Karail slum area of Banani, and in September 2011 opened its first online school in Gazipur, Tongi.
In May 2011 JAAGO Foundation launched its volunteer wing, Volunteer for Bangladesh. At present JAAGO has 8 schools nationwide catering to the education needs of 1400 students.
Volunteer for Bangladesh
The volunteer wing of JAAGO Foundation, Volunteer for Bangladesh was founded in 2011. Currently, with support from U.S. Embassy, Dhaka, Volunteer for Bangladesh has successfully established 21 Volunteer Action Groups throughout the country. These groups independently run their own projects under the supervision of a local district board. Volunteer for Bangladesh has already created virtual branches in Australia, Canada, UK and USA. To date, above 10,000 registered volunteers are working together to bring positive changes in their communities.