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Up and Away from Colonial Welfare: Social Entrepreneur “Mou” Khan’s 21st Century Micro NGO

By |December 11th, 2017|

Fortified by the goodwill, support and hard work of many and her own perseverance and ability to foster partnerships, civil rights lawyer Moushumi “Mou” Khan launched the Foundation for Charitable Activities in Bangladesh, a new [...]

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Part Two: Zuckerman Fellow & Civil Rights Lawyer “Mou” Khan Creates A Micro NGO for Bangladesh

By |December 11th, 2017|

After noted civil rights attorney Moushumi “Mou” Khan’s father died in a snowy car crash near their Ann Arbor home, she began to consolidate the collective power and intent of Michigan’s Bangladeshi-American community to bring [...]

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Moushumi Khan, Country Director of Charity Focused on Bangladesh’s Development, Talks Lessons Learned Starting an NGO

By |December 11th, 2017|

When Moushumi “Mou” Khan, 46, was growing up in Ann Arbor, her father Abdul Majid Khan, a nuclear engineer and graduate of University of Michigan, often spoke of wanting to share his many blessings with [...]

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