With the best intentions of facilitating the underprivileged people of our country, global youth network JCI Dhaka West, along with Ignite Foundation has launched an initiative in this divine month of Ramadan, titled “Nijer Paye Darai“ to help the socially deprived population make their way towards the path of a promising future.
Attempting to favor the target of around 15 deserving individuals with sustainable goods in all sectors which would serve a lifetime and uncover countless job opportunities, they have successfully contributed to empowering six citizens belonging to Dhaka, Barishal, Bhola, Comilla so far. As far our knowledge goes, when we hear of helping the inferior, the first thing that comes would be offering food, clothes, and money, but if we were to take a closer look, we could notice it is, after all, momentary. The incredible team behind things project has now opened our eyes to just that fact with this fantastic initiative. With help from the raised Zakat fund, they are assisting with sustainable goods so that no potential is gone in vain just for the social differences while also being independent.
Through their most recent event that occurred on the 26th of April at Ignite foundation school at Dhaka, they have just empowered three more individuals pulling them closer to their target. All of this came into existence with the combined effort of the JCI Dhaka West Local president Md. Altamis Nabil, Ignite Foundation founder & chairman Muhammad Jahirul Islam and the project lead Md Sameen Rahman. Thus, by means of standing beside the unnoticed population, this initiative will be in action throughout the whole year.
Junior Chamber International (JCI) is an organization of enterprising youth between the ages of 18 and 40. JCl is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. It has operations in more than 120 countries and more than 400000 members worldwide. At present there are more than 25 local chapters of JCI working in Bangladesh. Of these, JCI Dhaka West is the largest and oldest.