• Residue-free home-grown fresh produce

  • Collect fresh vegetables from contact farmers in Singair.

  • Ensuring GAP (Good Agricultural Practice) protocol while harvesting

  • Proudly conduct ‘Krishoker Bazar’ in Sech Bhavan – Manik Mia Avenue and Pallabi DAE outlet on weekend in collaboration with Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE) of the Government of Bangladesh.

  • Believe in Social Reform thru safe agri-business

In collaborating with Department of Agriculture Extension

Under the first strategy Subarta is collaborating with the Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE) of the Government of Bangladesh. The collaboration took place in the district of Manikganj where a total of 100 farmers participated in the theoretical and practical training courses. Micro-enterprises are being set up for production and sale of the organic farm inputs.

enhance the agriculture value chain so farmers obtain their fair part of the surplus. In this context, we collaborated with the Bangladeshi Department of Agriculture Marketing, set up a sales outlet in Dhaka, and engaged rural women in cutting, sorting, quality control, packaging, storing, and transportation. Khati Krishi attended the twice-weekly Dhaka Farmers Market. The Farmers Market sells vegetables and fruits picked straight from farmers. Shyamoli now sells perishable and shelf-stable items. The Agriculture Marketing Department has given Khati Krishi four extra stores.


A project proposal of Subarta Trust is being scrutinized by the UNCDF for funding an initiative for establishing cool room for preservation of perishable goods, procurement of Freezer Van for transportation of fish, meat, fruits and vegetables. It is expected the UNCDF support will strengthen the agriculture value chain significantly.