Mohioshi's story began with a man's realisation of his male privilege, understanding that his mother's lack of opportunities were due to her gender. This sparked a deep desire and sense of social responsibility to make a change. Consequently, they decided to establish Mohioshi.

Being born female often means not receiving the same rights and opportunities as males in many parts of the world, particularly in developing or underdeveloped countries.

This social enterprise is dedicated to empowering girls and women in rural Bangladesh through education. We aim to bridge the significant gap in achieving gender equality within society.