- Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies
- Dr. Muhammad Meki
- Dr. Abu S Shonchoy
- Dr. M Mehrab Bakhtiar
- Dr. Simon Quinn
- Jahangir Alam
MOMODa FOUNDATION, in collaboration with the University of Oxford, launched a new initiative to promote online freelancing in rural areas of the Gaibandha District. The program provides training and resources to individuals in rural youths, enabling them to develop the skills and knowledge needed to work remotely.
By connecting the remote areas to the global market, the initiative aims to create new income streams and employment opportunities, helping to combat rural poverty and unemployment. As remote work became increasingly prevalent, this program offers a promising solution for those seeking to improve their economic prospects and quality of life while remaining in their communities. This project aims to collect 336 samples and the total waved completed so far is 6 (per wave 2 batches). The total eligible number of participants is 221 and the enrolled number is 218.
MOMODa Foundation’s efforts are a step towards a more inclusive and equitable future of work and access to global clients to earn a competitive wage. Oxford University, Florida International University, and IFPRI support this project.
MOMODa Foundation’s efforts are a step towards a more inclusive and equitable future of work and access to global clients to earn a competitive wage.