Bangladesh Youth Empowerment Society (BYES) is preferably pronounced as ‘Be Yes’. BYES is a youth led non-profit and non partisan organization intends to develop and lead knowledge based and activity oriented Young Generation, through informing about youth concerned issues and actions, equipping them with practical knowledge and skills, engaging them in social actions and initiatives.
To develop and lead a knowledge based and activity oriented young generation inspired to make a peaceful and economically thrived Bangladesh.
Empowering young generation through informing them about youth concerned issues and actions, equipping them with practical knowledge and skills, engaging them in social actions and initiatives.
Background of BYES
Bangladesh Youth Empowerment Society (BYES) was founded in December 2010 at the Campus of University of Dhaka by a visionary group; who shared the same visions to work for creating future leaders who will come forward to transform youth’s vision towards a knowledge based and activity oriented society. While they were pursuing their undergraduate courses, the situation of Student Engagement and Culture of Student Practices at Public University Campuses were devoid of student welfare orientations and actions. Students from Middle class family mostly in Public University campuses had the least opportunity to uphold their dormant potentials due to lack of proper guidance and capacity building trainings. But the bitter truth was that the most Public University Students were serving the whole nations becoming a public servant to the civil servant and even in every sphere of service the country; very unfortunately this largest young group was lagging behind with the decreasing sense towards social responsibility. The young people were also getting disheartened about country’s future. The BYES group came forward with a vision to nurture a leadership culture to develop youth’s fullest potentials to bring positive change in the societies they live and to transform youth’s future where the young people will bear the torch of change. The primary idea was to engage youth at