A heartiest admiration for our beloved Nayem Uddin sir, the founder and web developer of Digital
System, for attending the 2 nd Nepal-Bangladesh Youth Conference in Itahari, Nepal. Our sir had been
cordially invited by the International Youth Conclave on 29 th to 31 st March to speak on behalf of
Bangladesh about the current drawbacks of Bangladesh and neighbouring countries and give
solutions to the respective problems. The theme of the conference was achieving sustainable
development goals and how to provide better living conditions for the unprivileged. The chief guest
of the conference was the honourable social development minister, Jeevan Ghimire.
Md. Nayem Uddin, the CEO of digital system, had started his journey as a freelancer in 2011 and has
been achieving new heights since then. He has successfully launched his own digital services
organization while still residing in his very roots, the rural town of Banshkhali situated in Chittagong.
In a town like Banshkhali where wi-fi has not even reached yet, our sir has been working with his
team to impart digital services internationally as well as his hometown, for a rather significant
upgrade in the urban and rural areas.
The 2 nd Nepal Bangladesh Youth Conference has been a major platform to integrate efforts of young
entrepreneurs to achieve the goals for the betterment and development of South Asian countries.
The youth from Nepal, Bangladesh and other South Asian countries had participated in the
conference to contribute policies and solutions regarding poverty, gender imparity, trafficking,
unemployment, entrepreneurship, financial access, and empowerment of youth. Our sir had spoken
on behalf of Bangladesh about his own life in the village and how he overcame several obstacles to
choose his career as a freelancer. He supported the idea of earning foreign currency through
technological advancement using the internet as the teacher, and encouragement of other villagers,
both men and women, to easily become a resource for the country and reduce employment through
freelancing. Accomplishing as such would increase technological development, skill building,
employment among both men and women, entrepreneurship and even earn foreign currency thus
turning people from being a burden to being a resource.
The conference had prominent themes to discuss among which were
Sustainable Development Goal and Youth
Trade investment and tourism promotion
Entrepreneurship, financial access to youth and co-operative
Gender, social inclusion, and social justice
The conference dealt with present global phenomena and settled on far-reaching solutions which
could help countries in the Asian continent. There were speakers present from different realms of
Bangladesh including students of BUET, University of Dhaka, University of Chittagong and others.
The conference ended with a heartfelt speech by the General of Nepal Youth Development Center.