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Friendship students, a student organization at Kurigram, Bangladesh, plays a vital role in raising environmental awareness and natural disasters through their people-oriented activities
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Friendship students, a student organization at Kurigram, Bangladesh, plays a vital role in raising environmental awareness and natural disasters through their people-oriented activities

Friendship students, a student organization at Kurigram, Bangladesh, plays a vital role in raising environmental awareness and natural disasters through their people-oriented activities

The “Friendship students” who are victims of natural calamities are highlighting their sufferings in various international conferences and seminars. Which is playing a big role in realizing the demands of climate-risk countries like Bangladesh. During the seminar held at the Seminar Hall in District Kurigram, the speakers made noteworthy comments.

Deputy Commissioner and District Magistrate of Kurigram, Mohammad Saidul Arif, delivered a speech as the chief guest at a seminar titled ‘Climate Change, Awareness, and Youth’s Role in Social Involvement.’

He mentioned that the involvement of students from Friendship School in international efforts to address climate change and disasters has a highly beneficial impact on the country.



Kurigram Deputy Commissioner presided over the discussion on the climate change friendship program in the seminar organized in the conference room, Br J. (retd) Ilyas Iftekhar Rasool, head of the education department of the organization and delivered the welcome speech, assistant director Reza Ahmed.

At Friendship School, students are learning how to cope with climate change and disasters, adapt to tough environments, and increase their capacity. Since 2021, they have been having a virtual exchange of views with the secondary students of some European countries.

Students from Friendship Secondary School went to the ‘European Youth Event’ in France in June 2023 and the Climate Conference (Cop-28) in Dubai in December.

Friendship officials announced that these achievements were made possible thanks to the 2-year ‘Digital Literacy, Connectivity and Climate Resilience-DCCP’ project, funded by the international donor organization ‘Malala Fund’.

District Education Officer Mr. Md. Shamchul Alam, District Primary Education Officer Md. Nabej Uddin Sarkar and others discussed the seminar as special guests. Among others, Abdus Salam, Kurigram Regional Coordinator of Friendship, Senior Program Manager Niyamat Ullah, local public representatives and journalists attended.

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