The contribution of women

The unique example of women in charity

It doesn’t matter how much we donate, according to Mother Teresa, a devout woman who has won numerous prizes, including the Ramon Magsaysay Peace Prize and the Nobel Peace Prize. The important thing is how much sincerity or love we give to something. ‘In a male-dominated world, men enjoy many additional benefits when it comes to earning and donating. However, there are many examples of women moving forward by overcoming obstacles. That is why the national poet Kazi Nazrul Islam wrote at the beginning of his poem ‘female’: ‘Sing the song of equality, there is no difference between male and female in my eyes. Whatever great creation in the world is everlasting, half of it is done by women, half by men. ‘The silent contribution of women is often left out of discussion or recognition. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. Today’s discussion reminds us of the great and everlasting creation of women.

★1.Melinda Gates


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★2.Jennifer Peter


Our world today stands on the history of 2000 years of imperialism, aggression, hegemony and exploitation of people and resources. Jennifer Peter, the great woman of America, made such a bold statement in an interview given to a magazine at the end of 2010. Through the Novo Foundation, Jennifer and her husband Peter have been working since 2006 to prevent violence against women, protect adolescents and young women, build women’s economic foundations, and empower women. Another major identity of the couple is the birth of Peter, the son of Warren Buffett, one of the wealthiest American millionaires and investors. In that sense, Jennifer is Warren’s daughter-in-law. Jennifer oversaw the 1 lakh dollars annual grant allocated by her father-in-law through another service organization from 1996 to 2000.

On June 26, 2006, Warren Buffett dramatically announced that he would donate a large portion of the assets of his established Berkshire Hathaway Inc. to humanitarian causes. As part of that, 30 million dollars was given to Jennifer and Peter’s trusted hands. Together they continue to carry out humanitarian activities one after another with the help of various service organizations through the Novo Foundation.

In 2007, with the help of the Nike Foundation, they spent 32.1 million dollars on various women’s development services, including the Digergal Effect program. In 2008, Novo Foundation spent about 56 ​​million dollars on grassroots women’s development. Thus, the scope of Novo Foundation’s grants and services continues to grow every year.

In 2020, their grants will reach about 210 million dollars. The services of the Novo Foundation during the Coronation period were appreciated by all.

In 2021, it will spend 1.2 million dollars to reopen closed or almost closed schools around the world. About 3 million in grants were given to teachers and students. Provides food for 3 lakh people. He also promised to spend 50 million dollars on women’s development. Although the Novo Foundation spends this money through various charities, charities and NGOs, it is well known that behind it is Jennifer Peter’s relentless work, talent and indomitable will to serve women and children.

★3.Oprah Winfrey


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★4.Priscilla Chan


A new example of greatness and kindness has been created by a pediatrician born on February 24, 1985 in Manchester, USA. Priscilla Chan. She and her husband, Mark Zuckerberg, are the founders of the popular meta platform, also known as Facebook. He is currently the CEO of Meta Platform. On May 19, 2012, she married Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. And on December 1, 2015, with his special interest and efforts, a charity named ‘Chan Zuckerberg Initiative’ was established. The organization strives to build a non-discriminatory world, first and foremost, with a more participatory, just and healthy future, and second, by harnessing human talents in health, education, science, research and energy. Through the American software company Andela, the charity provides 524 million dollars in computer training and software development training in Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya. In 2016, newcomers in India jointly spent 50 million dollars with other service providers to expand their computer technology business, the Starch App. In this way, the couple continues to donate for the betterment of the students’ biblical, technical and mental well-being. Chan and Mark built homes for the poor, raising 500 million dollars through the San Francisco Foundation of America. They are moving forward with the great vow of scientific research especially in disease prevention and building a disease free world by 2100, disease control and medical management.

In a landmark announcement on December 2, 2015, a letter was sent to their newly-born daughter, inspired by Priscilla Chan and directed by Mark Zuckerberg to spend 99% of the then-Facebook share on public welfare.  The stock had a market value of 4.5 billion dollars at the time. This announcement is a unique example in human history. Behind the scenes, claiming full credit to the Buddhist religion D.Priscilla Chan.

★5.Beyonce Knowles

★6.Nawab Faizunnesa


Nawab Faizunnesa Chowdhurani, a descendant of the Mughal dynasty, was born in a zamindar’s house in Paschimgaon under Homnabad Parganas of Laksam in the present Comilla district. After the death of his father in 1873, he acquired zamindari. He was given the title of ‘Nawab’ in 1889 by order of Queen Victoria of England. He died on 23 September 1903. Before his death he donated all his real estate to humanitarian work.


The Nawab Faizunnesa Government Girls’ High School in Comilla and the Nawab Faizunnesa Government College in Laksam were built during his lifetime. He has generously donated for the establishment of many madrasas and dormitories. The British rulers then administered the administration of Comilla with a cash loan from him. He built two hospitals at Comilla and Laksham. In 1894, while performing the holy Hajj, Nawab Faizunnesa established a traveler’s house in Makkah. This majestic woman is sleeping next to the 10-domed mosque established in her village on her own initiative.



Architect Olajumuke Olufun Milola Adeno made a splash in his native Nigeria by enrolling in a university for just 14 years, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in science in 19 years, and joining a government office for financing industrialization in 23 years. He was born on October 16, 1968 in Ibadan, Nigeria. Olajumuk left government service in 1994 at the age of 25 to set up his own design firm, Eddie Consulting. His firm achieved success in a short time by designing world-class businesses like Coca-Cola or L’Oreal and various government installations. This black architect saw many successes both personally and institutionally. He also has a reputation for lecturing at established universities around the world. His organization also works on technical issues in the field of energy. Besides work, public service, especially women’s empowerment, is one of her hobbies. In 1999, he founded the Assam Treasurer Foundation. Initially, Lagos, Nigeria’s most populous and largest city, was recognized by the United Nations for its services. This foundation. By 2030, the Assam Treasures Foundation is working to make 1000 young women capable of leading in various fields. One of his accomplishments was organizing a camp for underprivileged children, young women and women in the city to protect the continuity of school or college education or prevent dropouts. Trust staff and volunteers work tirelessly to protect adolescents and young women from sexual harassment and sexually transmitted diseases. In the past few days, about 70,000 people have found new life with the help of Olajumuk. Most of them are teenagers, young men and women.

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