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‘Boys and girls in tea gardens and haor areas cannot be deprived of their basic rights’

Sylhet Bureau:


Sylhet Divisional Commissioner. Khalilur Rahman said that the boys and girls of the tea garden and haor areas cannot be deprived of their basic rights. The government has taken various initiatives for all these backward children. At the same time, the private companies are also working very successfully. One of these projects is Aloo Aloo. He hoped that the project would improve the living standards of the boys and girls in the tea garden and haor areas.

He was speaking as the chief guest at an advocacy meeting at the departmental level of Aloy Alo project organized by Idea at the Sylhet District Council auditorium on Tuesday (October 26) morning.

The Divisional Commissioner said that the activities of this project are very timely. I have been informed in detail about these activities from Idea.

Calling on all the government and non-government stakeholders present, he said, “You will take initiative to continue the activities even after the completion of the project.” If I have any problem with the Aloy Alo project while working in the tea garden, I will do my best to help.

Idea’s Executive Director Nazmul Haque and Idea’s President Dr. The meeting was chaired by Abul Fateh Fattah. Moslem Uddin said that in the last 3 years, Aloy Alo project has implemented activities in 30 tea gardens and 2 haors, including 78 ECD centers, 32 child protection committees and 32 adolescent clubs in collaboration with the government’s Department of Primary Education. It will be continued with the cooperation of the garden authorities.

He assured the light project authorities of overall cooperation in any need. He also said that Educo will inspect all the activities including the ECD center of Aloy Alo project in Bangladesh. He requested the implementing agency Idea to inspect the activities in a timely manner.

Besides, Deputy Director of Sylhet Local Government spoke as a special guest at the meeting. Mamunur Rashid, Shahina Akhter, Deputy Director, Department of Women’s Affairs, Sylhet and Halima Akhter, Manager (Advocacy), Educo Bangladesh.

At the beginning of the special speech of the project manager of Educo Aloy Alo. Shariful Alam. Idea project manager presented a concept paper about the project program. Aminur Rahman and guests were welcomed by Idea’s Assistant Director Nazim Ahmed.

Participants at various levels, including members of the youth group, ECD facilitators, panchayat members and tea garden leaders, expressed their views at the meeting.

The project is being implemented by 4 organizations including Idea with the funding of Child Fund Korea and the support of Educo Bangladesh. The project is working in 30 tea gardens and 2 haor areas of Srimangal and Kamalganj upazilas of Moulvibazar district.

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