গত ২০ শে জুলাই জাতীয় দৈনিক “দেশ রুপান্তর” ডু সামথিং ফাউন্ডেশন এর কার্যক্রম নিয়ে ফিচার প্রকাশ করে। যেখানে আমাদের করোনা এবং করোনা পরবর্তী কার্যক্রম তুলে ধরা হয়েছে।
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করোনা ভাইরাস মহামারিতে অসহায় হয়ে পড়েছে দেশের নিম্ন ও মধ্যম আয়ের মানুষ। একদিকে ক্ষুদার কষ্ট, অন্য দিকে করোনা সংক্রমনের ভয়। লক ডাউনের কারনে দিনে এনে দিনে খাওয়া মানুষের দুর্দশা যে কোন বিভেকবান মানুষকে নাড়িয়ে তুলেছিল। করোনায় ক্ষতিগ্রস্থ এসকল পরিবারের পাশে দাড়িয়েছি। এ পর্যন্ত ১০০০০ পরিবারকে খাদ্য সহয়তা পৌছে দেই আমরা। সারাদেশে আমাদের খাদ্য বিতরন কর্মসূচি চলে। এখনো আমাদের খাদ্য বিতরন কর্মসূচী অভ্যাহত রয়েছে।
মানিকগঞ্জের শিবালয় উপজেলার দুর্গম যমুনার চরে খাদ্য সহয়তা
Distinguished Physician Halida Hanum Akhter visited ” O AA KA KHA ” school savar branch on 24 September, 2019. Dr Halida joined with the students and volunteers on a programme ” An afternoon with Professor Halida Hanum Akhter “. She spent there several hours and delivered valuable speech to the audience . The programme was started with the National Anthem of Bangladesh . Students performed a nice cultural session for the honor of Professor Halida . They performed with dance, song, poem recitation etc. Halida observed the various activities of the school . She praised the vocational activities of the school .
Dr Halida Hanum Akhter is a reproductive health epidemiologist with over 30 years of national and international experience . She is a medical graduate and obtained Membership of College of Physician and Surgeon (MCPS) in OB/GYN , MPH and Dr. PH from Johns Hopkins University following which , as a Rockefeller Fellow , she served as Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer (EIS) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Atlanta , GA. Dr. Akhter has served over 20 years on many committees of WHO Geneva , International Medical Advisory Panel of IPPF London , steering committee on Alternate Business Model of Packard Foundation , and several others . She served in the Board of Directors of Family Health International and PATH and has participated in evaluations of large reproductive health programs of WHO/HRP , UNFPA , USAID , the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation/IPPF , and the Ford Foundation.
Dr. Akhter was Founding CEO of the Bangladesh Institute of Research for Promotion of Essential and Reproductive Health Technologies (BIRPERHT) for 16 years ; she was Director General of the Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB) , and Founder of a grassroots-level organization (Society for Health Promotion Links) that trains women to become community maternity practitioners in rural Bangladesh .
Dr. Akhter has received an Outstanding JHU Alumni Award and is a member of the Dean’s Alumni Council of the School . She has also received the Justus Liebig University’s Developing Country Award in 1995 and the prestigious United Nation’s Population Award in 2006 (Laureate in the Individual Category , 2006).
Dr. Akhter was the Chief of Party on the USAID-DFID NGO Health Service Delivery Project , a Senior Country Representative with Pathfinder International during 2013-18.
Dr. Akhter currently is a faculty of the Center for Human Nutrition, Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health , Baltimore, Maryland.
Ashraful and Maryam of Erandah village of Raiganj police station in Sirajganj district. Ashraful and Miriam are two brothers and sisters. Ashraful is 35 years old and Miriam is 32 years younger than they are. Ashraful and Maryam did not finish that young age. They rode on mom’s lap or rubbed in the ground. There were dangers that could happen if there were sharp sacks in the ground. But there was no way! That means buying a wheelchair. The report is disseminated which comes to our attention. After our attention, we contact different aspirants. Immediately Dr. Nasrin Jahan Mam and Yusuf brother came forward. Ashraful and Miriam were very happy to get the wheelchair and prayed for the two wheelchair providers. We are going to take care of us with a lot of hard work. Even though we have trouble getting wheelchairs, we will eat? There is no end to the idea of eating. We may be satisfied with the beautiful pictures of distribution. But there are many sacrifices behind it. It is not possible to buy a wheelchair and carry it to the rickshaw as a laborer, then to courier, and again to bear the burden of the workers. They believe that Bangladesh will be changed by them for free.
This year a heavy flood stroke through out the country, especially in north Bengal. Many people become homeless, crop-less. in that time Eid-Ul-Ajha will comes. The aftermath of the floods intensified in the afterlife crisis. People become very helpless. One such area is Dimla upazila of Nilphamari district. Our volunteer Abdur Rahim saw the tone of the ground. So we have the initiative to put a little smile on their faces. As part of the date, the Eid Bazaar is given to 500 families. In the future, our work on will continue.
Free medical camp & low cost medicine is provided by “Do Something Foundation” in the Niribili Slum of Savar. The camp was conducted from 9 am to 1 pm on 10th september 19. 100 of patient were revived medical care in this camp. In addition, health check-up of the students of O AA KA KHA School were conducted.
More than 200 people, suffering from floods were made head of free medical care at Kagmari char of Kawakula union in Sirajganj district. This service is provided from 11 am to 3 pm on August 22. In adition, first aid was given to the students of O AA KA KHA School, Sirajganj Branch.