Introduction to STHN

Starts:
At one in the mid-spring, the subject of the story of two young men who were friends was about the struggle of life and survival of the hills and hill people. Hujug has become a travel lover leaving Matuara Bengali home. Young people are climbing mountainous regions. For a long time, the traffic in the highlands of Bangladesh was limited as the door was closed. He started to open the door to our free passage. As well as a stream of development and progress by the state. The environment and nature of the ever-changing mountains were changing. The cultural aggression of the majority also began to increase. At the same time, the environment and nature of the destruction continued. This image is not just on the hill but also on the plane. This way it can not be allowed to continue. Something needs to be done. We are not in the mood to do anything because of this thinking. A group was created – Save the Hills and Nature. Over time, many people become the essence of it. SHTN started on the way.

The goals and objectives of STHN

The center of our main interest is the mountains. It is said that our mountainous terrain is a land of agricultural heritage of diverse lifestyle and colorful folklore. There are variations in reality, but there are also differences in traditional and traditional festivals, clothing, ornaments and food. In the age of globalization, no race or group can be bred and neither is it worth the effort. However, it should not be forgotten about its own agricultural traditions. The consequences will be dire. This is how people struggling with hunger really have no opportunity and time to think.

Therefore, sustainable development of the mountain should be given special importance to the economic development of the hill people, the environment of the hill and the conservation of biodiversity. Infrastructure development alone is not enough. Our goal is to build public awareness to protect as little mountainous areas as possible in the short run. In the present context, the mountainous regions of the world are at risk of environmental catastrophe. Biodiversity is almost at the brink of destruction. We want to bring back those golden days. That’s why we work to protect biodiversity through project-based voluntary work.

The STHN team

  • Mirza RussellAccording to the report, in Bangladesh, 1 lakh 22 thousand 3 people are killed every year due to air pollution. And Bangladesh is right after Pakistan in terms of infant mortality due to air pollution.
  • Ferdous RollinAccording to the report, in Bangladesh, 1 lakh 22 thousand 3 people are killed every year due to air pollution. And Bangladesh is right after Pakistan in terms of infant mortality due to air pollution.
  • Aboriginal BunoAccording to the report, in Bangladesh, 1 lakh 22 thousand 3 people are killed every year due to air pollution. And Bangladesh is right after Pakistan in terms of infant mortality due to air pollution.

Twenty-two percent of the world’s land is mountainous. About 5% of the total population lives, and more importantly, the mountains / mountains are intimately associated with the lives of the people.
The impact of religion on people’s lives is huge. Because, with it comes the roots of faith and inheritance. Mountains / mountains occupy a special place in the lives of almost all the major religious and religious preachers of the present world. Simply put, it has most influenced the cultural evolution of people. A platform for a variety of social and cultural practices, including living, entertaining, religious worship, rituals and rituals.

Are you mate on our journey?

Anyone in Bangladesh can become our member. You will be considered a Silver Member only if you are a member. Depending on your work, you will be a Golden Member and a member of Platinum in the continuation. Platinum members will be involved with all activities and functions of SHTN.