A woman goes through endless sacrifices for bringing her child from the womb to her lap. To make this journey safe and sound every year Safe Motherhood Day is observed. Spreeha Bangladesh celebrates Safe Motherhood Day this year with an awareness workshop discussing different issues about pregnancy.
Our very own, Dr. Nadira Sharmin takes the session explaining the mothers to be regarding what to expect and how to be prepared for the many stages of pregnancy.
“I can see the direct impact Spreeha is having in the lives of hundreds and thousands of people. Every time I get to interact with people Spreeha works with and hear their stories, I thank Spreeha for this amazing opportunity to serve people.” says Tazin Shadid, Spreeha Bangladesh’s founder and CEO in his interview with Microsoft Alumni Network – Official.
Read further to know about his incredible journey of founding an organization that currently caters to over 1,25,000 people at: https://www.microsoftalumni.com/s/1769/index-social.aspx?sid=1769&gid=2&pgid=1269&cid=4971&ecid=4971&crid=0&calpgid=466&calcid=1401
Spreeha organizes a day long workshop on the art of Digital Marketing with expert trainer, Shahriar Amin.
The workshop was organized to teach the participants different concepts of digital marketing needed for understanding the rapidly growing marketing platform. Members from Spreeha Bangladesh ZANALA Bangladesh Ltd.Sajida Foundation and Toru Institute of Inclusive Innovation participated in the workshop.
“Spreeha Bangladesh is creating a road-map for contemporary work cultures” Dhaka Tribune features the unique work culture Spreeha has focused on happiness and motivation of employee groups. Read full story at: https://www.dhakatribune.com/magazine/weekend-tribune/2018/04/26/changing-way-work/
The ‘Shams and Nasreen Scholarship Award’ ceremony was held in honor of Khawja Shamsuddin and Nasreen Shamsuddin, integral members of Spreeha who have been actively taking part in the building of communities and people’s lives with the spirit of volunteerism and relentless love of people.
The yearly scholarship program is awarded to promote academic excellence of students as part of the Journey of Hope project implemented in partnership with Spreeha (USA). The awardees included Afsana Akhter, Afroza Akhter, Bijoya Dhar Shampa, Mohammed Aminul Islam, Mohammed Limon Ali, Shabnaz Akter and Bibi Fatema.
Bringing education to the Rohingya community! Spreeha’s development centers at the Unchiprong camp, Teknaf provide a safe space for Rohingya children and adolescents, allowing them to express, grow and be nurtured. Our trained instructors assist the community through provision of education and awareness.
“Aid efforts in the makeshift camps have been tightly controlled, but organizations like Spreeha and Extend The Day are determined to make a long-lasting impact on a population that has often been described as the “world’s most unwanted people.”
We thank Global Washington for featuring our work with the Rohingya community in their monthly newsletter! Link to the news article: http://globalwa.org/2018/02/february-2018-newsletter/#partnership-highlights
Spreeha Bangladesh concluded a two day long health camp for the local community of Munlai, a remote village lacking proper basic healthcare in the district of Bandarban. The team successfully catered to the community in partnership with The Base Camp, Bangladesh and Munlai Community Tourism.
Spreeha pre-school for the Rohingya community is ready! Our Early Childhood Development Center at the Rohingya settlements, Teknaf looks forward to providing a fun, interactive and educational environment for the children living in the camps. The endeavor is a joint collaboration of Spreeha Bangladesh, Spreeha(USA) and RISDA-Bangladesh.
Spreeha supported the “Hackathon for Environmental Migrants” in partnership with Wageningen University & Research encouraging collaborative efforts in combating natural disasters.
Bringing in capable young minds from various institutions including University of Dhaka, North South University, BUET, United International University and others, the day long competition engaged participants in creating technology that would save the lives of millions of climate change refugees.