In Dhaka, Onabree Foundation and JCI Dhaka West stand by the patients infected with the Coronavirus. The two organizations have jointly taken the initiative to provide free oxygen, ambulance, telemedicine, nurse services, and bathing facilities to the dead people who are financial indigence.
In the event, on Friday (August 8), the organization inaugurated a program called ‘Project Life Support’ in Khilgaon (Goran), Dhaka.
Presidium member of Awami Juba League Engr. Mrinal Kanti Joarddar presented as the chief guest in the virtual event. A special guest was the Secretary of Science and Technology of Bangladesh Awami League Engineer Md. Abdus Sabur, JCI Bangladesh National President Niaz Morshed Elite, Dhaka South City Corporation Ward-2 Councilor Md. Anisur Rahman Sarkar. Additionally, JCI Dhaka West President Taha Yasin Ramadan, Founder and General Secretary of Anabr Foundation Md. Iqbal Hossain Iqu, Chief Adviser Engineer Abu Sufyan Limon, and others.
JCI Dhaka West Local Executive Vice President Md. Altamis Nabil conducted this virtual event. As this program president, Founder, and chairman of the Onabree Foundation Md. Monir Hossain Rony presented at the event.
In the context of the initiative, the general secretary of the foundation Iqbal Hossain Iqu said that many corona patients unable to get financial treatment. Many are not getting the necessary oxygen support. Basically, our “Project Life Support” initiative is for those people. The government also the able-bodied stand by the indigent in this way, then we will be able to overcome this epidemic situation more quickly.
The guests present at the event pledged to be by the side of “Project Life Support.”
For several years, the Onabree Foundation has been assisting distressed people. With the slogan, ‘Oshohay Der ashe Sobsomoy (Always beside the poors), the foundation has distributed food among about 6,000 people, provided sewing machines and rickshaws to the needy since its inception of the corona. Like every year on the occasion of Eid al-Adha, food has been provided to about 2500 people.
Junior Chamber International (JCI) is a global organization of young professionals and leaders between the ages of 18 and 40. The organization has operations in more than 120 countries and has more than 200,000 members worldwide. JCI is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. JCI has 18 local chapters in Bangladesh, of which JCI Dhaka West is the oldest. Since its inception in Bangladesh, the chapter has been in the stream of constructive social activities for more than 22 years.