FINISH Mondial Bangladesh is the youngest member in our FINISH family. The programme has been up and running for only two and a half years. But despite its youth, it has already made important strides and gained both national and international recognition, having recently been granted general membership in the prestigious Bangladesh FSM Network.
We are thrilled to share the highlights of our recent national-level workshop, which took place on September 5, 2023, at the prestigious Hotel Bengal Inn in Dhaka. This event was a significant step towards promoting sanitation financing and advancing safely managed sanitation systems in Bangladesh. The workshop was graced by the presence of esteemed guests,
In a historic move, FINISH Mondial Bangladesh and Eco Social Development Organisation (ESDO) Micro Finance have joined forces through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The signing ceremony, which took place on September 4, 2023, in Rangpur, Bangladesh, signifies a major leap forward for Safely Managed Sanitation Systems in the country. The MoU was signed by
FINISH Mondial Bangladesh has achieved a remarkable milestone by being granted general membership in the prestigious "Bangladesh FSM Network," a platform dedicated to advancing Faecal Sludge Management in Bangladesh. The FSM Network membership will allow FINISH Mondial Bangladesh to share its expertise and experience with other FSM actors in Bangladesh, helping to improve the quality
FINISH Mondial Bangladesh successfully co-hosted the 5th FSM and Emptiers’ Convention in Agargaon. Finish Mondial was very pleased to welcome Mr. Md. Saifur Rahmam, Chief Engineer of the Department of Public Health and Engineering as guest of honour to the event. Many other dignitaries were also present at the convention: municipal mayors, government officials, academics,
Progress despite another unpredictable year Context Looking back on the close of the 2nd official year of the ambitious 5-year FINISH Mondial programme, we are celebrating the resilience of our teams. While life slowly started getting ‘back to normal’ for some of our teams based in Europe, our in-country programme teams (Bangladesh, Ethiopia,