https://twitter.com/uncclearn/status/874567028107071488 United Nations Climate Change (UNCC) twitted Mamunur efforts of making low-cost sanitary napkin reusing the garment/textile scraps.
Greetings from Ella Pad! As you know that in Bangladesh more than 80% of about 35 million women and girls of reproductive age are suffering with numerous problems just not having access to the sanitary napkins. We are paying huge social and economic cost. Among the reasons of girls’ dropped out from the schools about
Mamunur Rahman, Founder of Ella Pad initiative, met with the President Jimmy Carter March 2017 at Atlanta, Goergia. He was invited by the Carter Center, Atlanta, Goergia. During his meeting with the president he narrated his Ella Pad project and its impact in society of Bangladesh, which was going to address problem of 4
Ella Founder Mamunur Rahman was awarded with Paul Harris Fellowship by the Rotary International. Rotarian Mamunur’s contribution for Rotary Club is well recognized. He expressed his gratitude to his fellow rotarians of Rotary Club of Dhaka North West club for their wholehearted supports for the Ella project. The low-cost sanitary napkin is addressing all Rotary
Ella Founder Mamunur Rahman was selected by the British Council, UK for a prestigious British Council Alumni Award in the South Asia regional Social Impact Category. The Award recognises the outstanding achievements of alumni with a UK higher education whose work has positively changed their society or community. Mamunur completed a Masters degree in Gender and Development taught
Ela pad was showcased as one of the best of innovations at the annual Spring Showcase at D-Lab of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA in May 12-13, 2017. At the event, Ella pad drew the attention of the audiences from greater Boston area including Harvard, Boston University, Cambridge Venture Café and so on. Ela