IPDC and Enroute Greeneries Limited have partnered to provide financial support to transgender people, underprivileged rural women, emerging entrepreneurs, and individuals with physical disabilities.
In this regard, the two entities have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) solidifying their shared commitment, according to a press release.
Enroute Greeneries Limited, a manufacturer of disposable and environmentally conscious plates and cutlery, has harnessed the potential of Areca Palm Tree leaves as a renewable resource readily available in the coastal regions of Bangladesh.
This collaboration extends beyond mere financial support. Alongside funding, IPDC will provide essential skills training to individuals facing various barriers, as mentioned above. This approach aligns with IPDC's commitment to uplifting marginalised communities and fostering self-sufficiency.
This alliance underscores both entities' shared dedication to environmental stewardship. The joint efforts of IPDC Finance and Enroute Greeneries stand as a testament to the power of synergy in driving positive change. By channelling resources towards sustainable practices and empowering marginalized communities, they are shaping a future that prioritises economic well-being and ecological balance.
Previously, IPDC collaborated with Enroute Greeneries to provide Enroute with a stall at National SME Fair 2022, where they showcased their eco-friendly products.