2020-07-08 10:36:10 Programming Nusrat Zahan Rima 221
If the violence against children continue as current train once it will be stop to bloom the talent of children specially those are deprived family ” “ Bangladesh will lose of its bright future” We should play an active role to stop physical valance against children from every corner- said Nusrat who is reading in Honors 1st year in Sociology department,Begum Rokeya University. Nusrat is 20 years old girl, Father’s name Md. Mansur Ali, Mother’s name Mst. Nurunnahar Begum Vilage : Nowdapara, Paba, Rajshai she is the active members of 100 heroes of June movement in Rangpur. World Vision Bangladesh Rangpur AP recently initiated the 100 hero movement as part of It takes campaign. Beside study in University she (Nusrat) involved with several social developmental works such as - she is a member of “PROBOD Sangothan” 21 PRAJANNMA Sangothon Rangpur. Nusrat and her friends are voluntarily facilitating the Non-Formal education session in Rangpur railway station slum area for the most vulnerable children. They are trying standing beside disable children and linking them with government and other organization who supporting the disable children. Recently she joint with 100 hero team of Begum Rokeya University and received orientation on physical valance against children as part of June mobilization from World Vision Bangladesh. Nusrat and her friends have been taken very seriously the “It takes me campaign” and its 100 hero initiatives. World Vision divided the 100 hero into 10 groups such as – Photographer, Public speaker, Musician, Writer , Graphic designer, Actor, Social Activist , Poetry reciting, Painter , Entrepreneur and Nussrat is the member of public speaker.
Last 4 months Nusrat and her public speaker group sensitized 1200 students in 2 educational institutions like Rangpur Collegiate School and Collage Lalbag, Gongachora Collage. She said this is not acceptable that still 82% children age 1-14 in Bangladesh are being affected by physical violence, 87 % children are being physical violence in family and 57% are being tortured in workplace and 77.1 % are in school. Although Bangladesh Government have significant number of law and policies to end violence against children but its applications are not enough. So we the “100 hero will work with the government authorities in future and we want to create a movement among University students” “I feel proud as part of 100 hero in Begum Rokeya University.
With best regards
Apolo M. Das | APC Sponsorship & Child Protection Officer| World Vision Bangladesh