MD’s Message

Kamruzzaman Nayem

Managing Director


Challenge management has become regular activities for local communities, national governments and international agencies for overcoming existing crisis and at the same time plan for future progress

Challenge management has become regular activities for local communities, national governments and international agencies for overcoming existing crisis and at the same time plan for future progress. The change happened in the world order and progress in establishing global institutions since World War II helped the global community to flourish manifolds compared to the times of oppressive doctrines and colonial periods. In contrast, it is also true that the development gains and social progress were not equitably distributed throughout the world and that resulted in leaving many countries behind, in development gaps. Many of such lagged-behind countries have made good progress in later stage and joined in the development tract by investing into infrastructure, power generation, economic development, poverty eradication and improving different social indicators. It happened by attaining global goals and targets such as MDGs/SDGs, Sendai Framework on Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR), Paris Agreement (PA) in combination with national development plans and priorities (e.g. 8th Five Year Plan of Bangladesh). In the efforts towards development, the countries are not limiting themselves in the development models that were pursued previously. The countries rather take advantage of science, innovations and technology for the best use of resources towards ‘leapfrog’ development and thus development becomes faster. Bangladesh is one of such counties in Asia and in the world that has received global recognition for achieving success in her efforts towards advancing the sectors mentioned above. The country has made ICT as a major backbone for societal progress by adopting ‘Digital Bangladesh’ in the political manifesto for equitable, inclusive and sustainable development. At this stage, the country needs critical knowledge and science backed up information so that development interventions are correct in terms their design consideration that is appropriate for locational contexts (i.e. physical, social, and environmental conditions of the area). Commissioning scientific research, surveying exercises using the state-of-the art data, tools and methods such as geospatial applications, environmental assessment, water and hydrological modeling, geotechnical assessment, social appraisal are some of the approaches that can generate such critical data based on which sustainable, cost-effective and socially responsible planning exercises can be done. Science Connect Ltd. works in this juncture and aspires to join and contribute by connecting science in the endeavors for progress. Science Connect Ltd. believes that adoption of scientific data, tools and methods will promote evidence-based decision making for a range of sectors such as development of infrastructure, addressing development challenges, improving environmental conditions, plan for effective climate change adaptation planning and help the disaster resilience of systems and communities at different scales.

Challenge management has become regular activities for local communities, national governments and international agencies for overcoming existing crisis and at the same time plan for future progress

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