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MDF Market Cafe with Oxfam

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Annual General Meeting-2016

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Celebrating 10 years of Knowledge Management

Market Development Forum (MDF) is an association of development practitioners of over twenty NGOs and projects working with market development approaches in Bangladesh. Established in 2005, MDF aims to support the development organizations through encouraging market development approaches to tackle different development challenges and bringing different stakeholders together through participation in various learning activities for better coordination. For sustainable...

Private Rural Service Provision: the Experience of Samriddhi in Bangladesh

HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation presents a new publication on “Private rural service provision: the experience of Samriddhi in Bangladesh”. The e-version of the publication is available here:<a href="http://www Extra resources.mdfbd.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/lsp___spa_capex_august_2013.pdf">Capitalization of Samriddhi’s experiences on Private Rural Service Provider System The underlying objective of the study was to draw the knowledge and...

Dairy Value Chain Experience and Knowledge Sharing for Future Intervention

VSO Bangladesh and Market Development Forum (MDF) jointly organized a seminar on "Dairy Value Chain Experience and Knowledge Sharing for Future Intervention". The seminar was held in BRAC Centre Inn on December 14, 2013. Our members CARE Bangladesh, Oxfam GB Bangladesh and Practical Action presented their cases on Dairy Value Chain and shared their experience to create any future opportunities for intervention in this sector. Although majority of participants were from...

IDE Bangladesh

Profitable Opportunities for Food Security (PROOFS) project is implemented by IDE Bangladesh along with ICCO Cooperation and BOP Innovation Center. The project is funded by Netherlands Government. This project aims to improve food and nutrition security for farmers' household in Bangladesh. The project has unique approach which involves working closely with the private sector and engaging base of the pyramid actors. An introductory flyer of PROOFS FLYER , where iDE is...

MDF Breakfast Meeting

The breakfast meeting is a new addition to the meetings was to compile the views of regional practitioners and channel them to international platforms like SEEP Conference. "How can better coordination and cross-organizational learning contribute to building more inclusive market systems and societies that benefit marginalized communities and households?" This was the discussion topic in one of the MDF Breakfast Meeting held on September 18, 2013. It was a fruitful...

VSO National Sharing Meeting on “South Asia Climate Change Project” research

VSO Bangladesh organized a National Sharing Meeting at Spectra on 26th September, 2013. The programme was hosted to share the results from the “South Asia Climate Change Project” research which is part of the future program : Youth Leading Community Based Adaptation to Climate Change or Youth Leading CBACC. The event highlighted the views on the future programme “Youth Leading CBACC” and shared the results of action research conducted in 6 Upazillas in 5...

Workshop on “Partnering for Inclusive Business”

MDF and the members CARE Bangladesh, IDE Bangladesh and Renaissance Consultants Ltd. (RCL) partnered with Business Innovation Facility (BIF) for a two day workshop on "Partnering for Inclusive Business". The focus of the workshop was to promote effective cross-sectoral partnership between the private sectorand NGOs for encouraging more Inclusive business. There was a good participation of both the private sector and development sector leading to a fruitful discussion of...

Doing business with low income people- Inclusive Business for Sustainable Development in Bangladesh.

Our members CARE Bangladesh, IDE Bangladesh and Renaissance Consultants Ltd.(RCL) along with Business Innovation Facility (BIF) jointly organized a series of roundtable discussions and workshops. There were three roundtable discussions and four workshops. The events focused on how development sector and private sector can work cohesively for sustainable development by using re inclusive business. The topics are as follows: Roundtable discussions: Private...

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