Ongoing Projects

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Active School Program | Safe Water for All

Meet Sayma and Himel, two sixth grade students. There is a shortage of pure drinking water in their school. That’s why Sayma, Himel and his team embark on a journey to address this problem ~ Because they believe ‘They can’ Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Active School Program | Setting Up a School Library

Meet Golpo Chowdhury, a sixth-grade student. There is no school library in their school. That’s why Golpo and his team embark on a journey to address this problem ~ Because they believe ‘They can’ Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Active School Program | Starting a School Garden

Meet Redwan Ahmed, a sixth-grade student. There is no school garden in their school. That’s why Redwan and his team embark on a journey to address this problem ~ Because they believe ‘They can’ Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Active School Program | Removing Bushes to Recover Playground

Meet Mohammad Sadeul, a sixth-grade student. There is a playground in their school which is almost unusable because of bushes and shrubs. That’s why Redwan and his team embark on a journey to address this problem ~ Because they believe ‘They can’ Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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What We Do

reflective TEENS is a research-oriented nonprofit teen based creative platform, aiming towards creating a culture a nurturing passion or hobby through bringing teenagers under a common roof, upholding their creative works and providing mentorship support from our extensive fellow network from the different relevant field. reflective TEENS exist to encourage […]

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rt Creative Circle

A talented pool of the best and regular of our contributors who are routinely trained and coached by our community managers. Where they can interact, share ideas and thoughts with each other as well. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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How I came-up with the idea!

During my 7th grade in high school, in a random day, I entered in my class and found my best friend – honestly, the best painter I’ve ever seen in such a young age – so annoyed. When I asked about the reason, he replied that his parents putting pressure […]