Heritage sites from Bogra, Sylhet, Naogaon, Dinajpur, Comilla and Dhaka will be covered during this campaign
The SDG 360 has launched an exclusive campaign to promote the heritage sites of Bangladesh to implement the sustainable development goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations.
The campaign, Antique Tales, will run for 10 days with an aim to bring spotlight to the cultural and natural heritage of the country, according to a media statement.
The organization selected the volunteers who will visit and interview locals, guides, workers, hawkers, and shopkeepers about the places, their livelihoods, economic conditions and opinions.
The heritage sites the volunteers will visit are Mahasthangarh in Bogra, Ratargul Swamp Forest in Sylhet, Halud Vihara in Naogaon, Kantajir Mandir in Dinajpur, Mainamati in Comilla, Panam City in Dhaka, Lalbagh fort in Dhaka, Buddhist Vihar in Paharpur, and Ahsan Manzil in Dhaka.
Following their visit, the volunteers will submit reports on their findings and assessment, which will be used for further promotion and contributions to the heritage sites.
The SDG 360 aims to organize various development projects and volunteering opportunities for people from every city and background in Bangladesh.