Bangladeshi youth Mizanur Rahman Kiran and Saogat Najin Khan have made the list of young social entrepreneurs in Forbes magazine. Forbes lists 30 entrepreneurs less than 30 years of age in Asia. These young people are trying to solve world-wide problems in their own initiative.
For the young entrepreneur, this news is very much influencing and the people who are interested to go for start-up, they are more motivated and proud to be a successful entrepreneur in Bangladeshi perspective.
Mizanur Rahman Kiran (29) Founder of the Physically Challenged Development Foundation (PDF). This organization is working for the welfare of the disabled people of the country.
In 2015, The Daily Star recognized him as 'Young Achievers of Bangladesh'.
Mizanur Rahman Kiron
Physically Challenged Development Foundation (PDF) established by theMizanur Rahman Kiran as young entrepreneur in Bangladesh but his target was ethically strong. He is very much self-motivated and strong confidence level to establish entrepreneurship in Bangladesh. Now he is working with the welfare of the disabled people of the country.
In the next 10 years, Kiran says that he dreams of developing PDF as the best platform for disability rights movement, from where young people from Asia can get education. From starting period, he has the focusing area in disability rights movement. Now he is the mentor of so many young entrepreneurs who wants to develop such kind of initiatives.
And SaogatNajin Khan (27) has founded the HA Foundation. Through this institution established on his ancestral property, his aim is to provide education to poor people in the digital system. Free school, uniform and transport facilities are offered to his school on nominal student wages.
Saogat Najin Khan
So far, 600 poor students have benefited from the HA Foundation. As recognition, he received the Commonwealth Youth Award for Asia in 2016. Green Tarrant Award in 2015, as well as working on low cost irrigation systems with solar energy.