Welcome to our humble home. The basic inspiration behind the existence of AUTUMN Foundation is the need for “informed” future leaders; leaders who will make informed decisions that will ensure sustainable growth while preserving the crucial harmony between mankind and the environment.
Bangladesh is a land of delightful natural beauty with lush green landscapes, a chain of great rivers, green hills, and exotic tropical rain forests. Indeed few countries in the world can match its rich and varied flora and fauna, which are not only unique biological phenomenon but are also great natural resources for this country.
The low flat fertile plains of Bangladesh present a captivating vista of vast verdant fields sweeping the horizon. Preserving this rich biodiversity is imperative. We believe that the actions and the decisions of the present generation will have a profound effect on the future generations. The young people of Bangladesh must be given the opportunity to understand and act on this matter. Therefore, AUTUMN Foundation is involved in the following activities:
- Environmental preservation and awareness building
- Youth development and empowerment
- Campaigning for a sustainable growth
- Encouraging and developing Green leadership
We will highly appreciate your interest in our effort towards a sustainable living world. Your active participation and support is the Key to the change we all seek. Let’s work together for a better future, let’s work together for a living world; YOUth towards a Living World.
Activities & Highlights
Relief distribution among the storm hit people of Hatia
The tropical storm of October 11 devastated the lives of thousands of people in Hatia, Bangladesh. After the initial fund raising campaign, AUTUMN Foundation distributed relief materials among 250 families of this region.
Read more about it here
Awareness campaign for the rehabilitation of the cyclone Aila affected people
Photo exhibition in Dhaka Commerce College; read more
Photo exhibition in Stamford College; read more
Seminar on climate change at Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh
A daylong seminar titled ‘Climate Change and Bangladesh: Contemporary Perspective and Way Forward’ was held at the central auditorium of Jahangirnagar University. Ahsan Uddin Ahmend, executive director of Centre for Global Change, addressed the function as chief guest with Dr Siddiqur Rahman Apollo of JU Environmental Science department in the chair. Read more
Read about the news featured in The Daily Star newspaper here