Monday 26 February, 2018
19 Sep 2021 | 1: 45 pm
Last 17 September 2021, ISDE Bangladesh, a non-governmental development organization, distributed emergency food and safety materails to 100 families of COVID-19 and 100 families affected by the recent floods in Surajpur-Manikpur Union of Chakaria Upazila in Cox’s Bazar. On the occasion, Surajpur-Manikpur Union Parishad Chairman Azimul Haque Azim, ISDE Bangladesh Executive Director SM Nazer Hossain, Panel Chairman Kamal Hossain, ISDE Program Coordinator Md. Jahangir Alam, Upazila Manager Jalal Uddin. Rahul Kanti Barua, BMchar Union Awami League leader Sirajul Mostafa Selim and others were present.
The relief provided by ISDE with the assistance of UK based International Development Agency WJR included rice-25 kg, potato-5 kg, soybean oil-2 liters, chili powder-500 g, turmeric-200 g, onion-2 kg, salt-1 kg, lentils-2 kg, soap. -2 and mask-5 etc. were included. Note that this assistance was provided as emergency food aid to the families affected by the recent hill slopes and floods in Cox’s Bazar. Preventing COVID Infection Lockdown is a program to ensure food security for the affected and unemployed people at ISDE. Under the program, ISDE is providing such assistance to 1000 families in Cox’s Bazar. In an unofficial speech on the occasion, Surajpur-Manikpur Union Parishad Chairman Azimul Haque Azim praised the humanitarian work of ISDE in assisting COVID and flood victims and called upon other private development agencies to expand such humanitarian activities. The country is rapidly joining the ranks of middle-income Qatar under the able leadership of the Hon’ble Prime Minister by describing the various activities of the present government in tackling COVID. So he urged everyone to follow the health rules and wear Max when they go out of the house. At the same time, he requested the people at all levels to extend their hand of overall cooperation to maintain the continuity of the government. In this regard, SM Nazer Hossain, Executive Director, ISDE Bangladesh, said that a large number of people in Cox’s Bazar have been affected by Kavid-19 and the recent hill slopes and floods. However, the demand for public-private relief efforts is somewhat insufficient. As a local non-governmental development organization, ISDE has taken this initiative to stand by the local flood victims and vulnerable people as always. Our organization will continue such initiatives in the future as well in times of crisis for the distressed and helpless people of the district.
Meanwhile, on 14 September 2021, ISDE Bangladesh, a non-government development organization, distributed emergency food and safety items to 200 families of Kavid-19 and 200 families affected by the recent floods in BMchar Union, Chakaria Upazila, Cox’s Bazar. On this occasion, SM Nazer Hossain, Executive Director of ISDE Bangladesh, SM Jahangir Alam, Chairman of BMchar Union Parishad, Erfanul Haque, UP Secretary, Md. Jahangir Alam, Program Coordinator of ISDE, Jalal Uddin, Upazila Manager, U.M. Member Mizan Member, Hamid Member, Alhaj Syed Alam Member were present.