Agami airs educational videos on TV for secondary level students amid pandemic
Agami, a non-profit charity, has come to the aid of secondary level students across the country by providing them educational videos amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Their 20-minute video lessons, which follow the national curriculum, and cover topics including math, science, English and Bangla, are being aired on Sangsad Television. The first episode was aired on Sunday.
The initiative, taken jointly with the Ministry of Education, is part of the Bangladesh government’s national Covid-19 response efforts.
Agami Incorporated, a US-based non-profit organization -- formed and run by Bangladesh-born Americans -- has been working in Bangladesh since 2003 to promote quality education among under-privileged children.
There are 15 schools supported by Agami in different parts of Bangladesh. They have school projects in Chapai Nawabganj, Comilla, Dhaka, Gazipur, Gopalganj, Habiganj, Jessore, Jhenidah, Lakshmipur, Narayanganj, Netrakona, Rangamati and Sylhet.
The organization has been working to provide modern education tools with computers, internet services, and Khan Academy Bangla videos in classrooms as part of the package for quality education.