Rural communities often lack access to basic health, financial, legal and other crucial services due to poor infrastructure and insufficient resources. We provide the required digital tools and skills to ensure that the basic needs of these rural citizens are met.
Our mission is to build digitally inclusive societies which provide technology access for all, contribute to a Digital Bangladesh and play a small part in moving underdeveloped nations to technology advanced countries.
Each Tech Hub is managed by a tech-savvy entrepreneur who is provided laptops, a printer, scanner, copier and router, as a grant.
Our Data Science team helps the Tech Hub managers collect data about the needs and challenges of rural citizens.
Tech Hub managers then connect rural citizens to various startups which offer citizen services that need their specific needs and address their challenges.
The startups partnering Tech Hubs are: Dmoney (FinTech), Dokkho (EdTech), Pulse (MedTech), Uqeel (Legal Tech), Digiland (Land Protection) and PriyoShop (e-commerce).
A rural citizen with health issues can - for example - get medical advice from registered doctors through virtual consultancy via the Pulse app.
Tech Hub managers then connect rural citizens to various startups which offer citizen services that meet their specific needs and address their challenges.
Founder & Chairman
Director of Technology
Assistant Project Manager