JCI-Dhaka Uptown to work to benefit under privileged
Dhaka Uptown front of Junior Chamber International-JCI looks forward to create a sustainable impact for socioeconomic development and helping the under privileged.
JCI Dhaka Uptown held its General Assembly on October 17 at a hotel in the capital. To run the initiatives in the next year the new board was elected in the General Assembly. Said a press release.
JCI is a non-profit international non-governmental organization of young people between 18 and 40 years old working worldwide in various social welfare issues. In Bangladesh the organization is working to help the underprivileged youth and gives the legal and medical helps to the women and children who experienced violence.
Abrar Hossain Sayem, Director of Sayem Group who served as the president in 2018 said, “This local chapter has undergone health check and legal check in rural areas to focus on medical problems and domestic issues like violence on child or women. Also in the city have given training to young corporate on how to use mind power to bring more stability and enhance productivity. On the other hand working deliberately to contribute towards country’s unemployment scenario by bridging the gap of right candidate for right work, we have strategically partnered with Youth Opportunities for this.”
Khandakar Galib Bin Sattar was elected as president for 2019. He took the oath in the same day and vowed to continue the works which has been initiated by the previous board and take it further.
He said, “We believe in action and very soon we will be able to share many success stories of how we closed many gaps of society through our passionate work. We all need to contribute towards our society from wherever we are and JCI is an excellent place to connect for that mission where we create development opportunities”.