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LIUPCP explores innovative collaboration & partnership

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DHAKA, October 6, (2019): Livelihoods Improvement of Urban Poor Communities Project (LIUPCP) has been continuously engaged in reaching out partners to explore innovative collaboration and partnership.

As part of its ongoing quest, LIUPCP programme team sat today in a meeting with three groups of startup projects that are initiated by young solution seekers to urban problems.

Farhana Rashid, Co-founder and CEO of BHUMIJO, Moinul Alam, CEO of Onushongo Bangladesh and SM Joty from SWL Technology delivered presentations on their startup projects on solar power supply, sanitation and low-cost housing solutions to urban poor people. 

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Ashekur Rahman, UNDP Bangladesh’s Head of Poverty and Urbanization chaired the meeting while Sarder Asaduzzaman, Senior Project Manager, Activating Village Courts in Bangladesh Project Phase II and Ekramul Kabir, National Project Manager of LIUPCP, Salman Sabbab and Zarif Enam from Social Innovation Lab of BRAC, were present. Component coordinators and sector experts of LIUPCP were also present.   

Ashekur Rahman, UNDP Bangladesh’s Head of Poverty and Urbanization, said, “LIUPC project works with different partners and stakeholders with effective and innovative solutions to urban problems. We are exploring collaboration and future partnerships for innovative solutions through engagement with startup projects.” 

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LIUPC project works with different partners and stakeholders with effective and innovative solutions to urban problems. We are exploring collaboration and future partnerships for innovative solutions through engagement with startup projects.