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Call to ensure edn for all children

BSS
Call to ensure edn for all children

RAJSHAHI: Speakers at a function underscored the need for collective efforts of all government and non-government organisations to ensure the right to education for the children of poor and underprivileged families, reports BSS.

Access and equity to education to all has become an urgent need for overall development of the nation, they said while addressing a discussion prior to giving education materials among 200 school students in the city recently.

Ladies Organisation for Social Welfare (LOFS), an NGO, organised the programme in association with Children Education and Awareness Programme and Bangladesh NGO Foundation.

Mayor of Rajshahi City Corporation Musaddeque Hossain Bulbul addressed the meeting as the chief guest with LOFS Vice president Azizur Rahman in the chair.

Coordinator of Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust Advocate Shamina Begum, LOFS President Shahnaj Parveen, Panel Lawyer Shahinul Haque and Headmaster of Pinnacle Study Home Sekendar Hossain Also spoke on the occasion.

Mayor Bulbul said students’ dropouts from primary and secondary schools could be prevented through collective efforts of all teachers, guardians and community people.

Beside the government, rich people and financial institutions should come forward towards providing education to the underprivileged children, he said.

Highlighting the aspects of ensuring child-friendly atmosphere in the society, he said all organisations concerned should come forward to protect the legitimate rights of the underprivileged children.

 

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