Intel develops projects in different countries, but here in Bangladesh, we develop software. The local talents, who have graduated from local universities, do the job. It is one of our biggest achievements,” said Kazi Huque, in an interview with a Bangladeshi top business newspaper Bonik Barta. Out of 7.5 billion people living globally, 2.5 billion […]
Around 2,000 farmers are coming under Grameen Intel's e-Agro solutions in two districts of Bangladesh
Grameen Intel project with Rahimafroz results in 21% increased yield and 47% decreased fertilizer expense
GISB project with Rahimafroz results in 21% increased yield and 47% decreased fertilizer expense
mrittikā is a software that provides recommendation on optimum fertilizer usage based on crop, season, irrigation and land information. Farmers can obtain specific recommendation about how much fertilizer to be applied for a given crop along with fertilizer application time & order.
"The present approach to reach the grassroots people is most likely passive,"said Pavel Hoq, chief operating officer of Grammen Intel Social Business Ltd. at The Daily Star Centre on February 20, 2016. He also added that "the approach should be active, focusing on the demands of the target audience or the recipients."
Grameen Intel provides 3 mrittikā software with soil testing kits at Rangpur: 300 farmers would be benefited
Recently Grameen Intel Social Business Ltd. has distributed three mrittikā licenses, fertilizer recommendation software, with three soil testing kits to entrepreneurs at Rangpur Sadar of Rangpur district, at a training session jointly organized with PROOFs, an IDE project.
“Being frustrated and confused isn’t always a bad thing. It urges you to find out where your passion in life lies,” said Pavel Hoq, Chief Operating Officer, Grameen Intel Social Business Limited. On December 27, 2015, Hoq participated as a panelist at the Art and Practice of Leadership workshop, organized by Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center (BYLC). […]
About 1,600 people comprising anti-poverty crusaders, diplomats, entrepreneurs, businesspeople and academics crowded in Dhaka on May 28, 2015 to find solutions to unemployment that is a serious threat to peace and prosperity around the world. Participants from 30 countries gathered at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in Dhaka at the invitation of Yunus Centre, which promotes […]
Grameen Intel Social Business Ltd. has sold 6 licenses to Gana Unnayan Kendra (GUK), a community led development organization. Of the total of 6 licenses, 5 for mrittikā and 1 for shumātā for providing agricultural and health services as of piloting. Along with the licenses, the NGO has also purchased five soil testing kits. On […]