Where We Work

We are working with various sector since 2004. here some of our major sector we are working.


FOOD & AGRICULTURE AT AXIS META As part of their efforts to facilitate a fundamental shift in the growth trajectory, Axis Meta has been striving to elevate agriculture from a subsistence to a commercial level. Public and private extension services, lead and smallholder farmer awareness and capacity building, rural enterprise development, access to markets, information, quality inputs, appropriate financial mechanisms, business development services, promoting farm and non-farm activities, scaling up of effective initiatives, etc. are just some of the areas in which we assist our clients. One of our strengths is the use of novel low-cost mechanization in farming to increase output volume while decreasing both time and cost. Via supporting correct irrigation, pest management, the safe use of pesticides & fertilizers, boosting resource efficiency by addressing post-harvest loss, waste management, optimum land use, etc., we advocate for best practices in agriculture.


Degradation of the environment and the effects of climate change are interconnected and have a chilling effect on productivity. Offering climate-responsible solutions, we help businesses in the readymade garments (RMG), textile, and leather industries reduce pollution, create renewable energy, boost efficiency in their use of existing resources, raise public awareness, and establish connections to green funding. We build the capacity of individuals and organizations and introduce climate-smart practices in order to increase agriculture’s resilience to increased climate impacts and optimize climate-sensitive economic prospects.


Education, both formal and non-formal, has a crucial role in boosting the economy by making more jobs available. Axis Meta helps society by preparing untrained youth and spreading the word about the need of education and NFE. Our services include analyzing client needs, providing advice, and facilitating access to employment and labor market information; building the capacity of private and public sector service providers; establishing professional development programs for educators and trainers; and creating programs for delivering technical, vocational, academic, and business education and training that are responsive to market demand.