Social Responsibility

  Social Responsibility

Between 2010-2019, Kazi Farms Group provided 53 crore Tk of financial support to Central Womens University (, the first private university for women in Bangladesh.

Kazi Farms Group also contributes to the operation of Kazi Zahural Huq College ( in Mary Gopinathpur, Gopalganj, which is the home district of the Managing Director, Kazi Zahedul Hasan. This is a free privately-managed HSC college with one of the highest pass rates of the district.

Kazi Farms Group is donating 15 crore Taka for the construction of a new conference centre at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, where founder Kazi Zahedul Hasan studied and taught . (

Kazi Farms Group donated 1.9 acres of land in Gazipur to Utsho ( in 2003 for construction of a permanent residential school for underprivileged children.

SDGs for Bangladesh aim to ensure universal access to affordable, reliable, modern energy services and increase the substantial share of renewable energy in the global energy mix by 2030. Kazi Farms Group established solar plants at several of its subsidiaries to achieve the SDG goal and reduce the carbon footprint to protect the environment. Considering the obstacle to getting free land for solar plants, the group has initially installed solar plants on unused land, terraces, and rooftops of its seven subsidiaries. The total capacity of these plants is around 3MW, and they generate about 12500kWhr electricity per day. After meeting the requirements, about 20% of electricity is exported to the grid through a net meter. To meet the massive demand for electricity in the country in a sustainable manner, KFG wants to set up rooftop solar plants on its other farms, hatcheries, feed mills and factories in phase and intends to install 20MW or even more solar plants eventually.