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Six receive Unsung Women Nation Builders Award 2021

Six persons were recognised Saturday for their exceptional humanitarian and courageous activities in the fifth season of Unsung Women Nation Builders Award 2021

Six receive Unsung Women Nation Builders Award 2021

Asma Khatun: On the way to a new dream

UN Women came as a blessing to Asma. She joined UN Women-aided mask production center. She ow plans to open a shop of her own, "Asma Tailors"

Asma Khatun: On the way to a new dream

‘We will be able to eat well for a few days’

Gifts from Prothom Alo Trust ensure that students of the Alor Pathshala and their families in Ghogadaha union of Kurigram sadar upazila can have a good meal on Eid and for the next few days

Students of the Prothom Alo Char’s Alor Pathshala in Ghogadaha union of Kurigram sadar upazila are going home with their Eid gifts from Prothom Alo Trust

Project Ramadan 6.0

Youth organisation raises money to feed 255 families

YES Alumni Bangladesh Association has provided 255 underprivileged families of Dhaka with rations

Youth organisation raises money to feed 255 families

Prothom Alo Trust

‘We will have pulao this Eid’

t the initiative of Prothom Alo Trust, with support from Summit Group

Students stand in queues, maintaining social distance amid the pandemic, receiving their Eid gifts

Prothom Alo Trust

Eid gift to brighten the darks days

Students of the Gurihari-Kamdebpur Alor Pathshala are thrilled to get Eid gift packs from Prothom Alo Trust

Prothom Alo Trust, with support from Summit Group, distributed Eid gifts among the students of Gurihari-Kamdebpur Alor Pathshala. Niatmatpur UNO Joya Maria Pereira hands out the gifts to the students on Saturday at the school grounds.

Eid gifts can’t wipe away the tears

140 students of Alor Pathshala in Rajshahi have been given Eid gifts with assistance from the Summit Group

Eid gifts can’t wipe away the tears

Taking poor patients to hospital for free

Imam Hossain, the proprietor of Imam Motors in Chattogram, uses his auto-rickshaws to provide free transport for poor patients going to hospital or back home

Taking poor patients to hospital for free

Meril-Prothom Alo Savar Support Fund

They go ahead with their studies and dreams

Twenty children of families affected by the Rana Plaza disaster are studying in various educational institutions on scholarships from the Meril-Prothom Alo Savar Support Fund

Hasan Mahmud and Farzana Akhter are a brother and sister who have received this scholarship. Hasan wants to be a banker and Farzana, a physician. Their father Forkan Howladar died in the Rana Plaza collapse. Photo taken in Mohakhali, Dhaka on 23 April 2021

Masks sales used to buy meals for the needy

Students of Jagannath University in the capital city Dhaka have come forward to distribute meals among deprived persons, using the funds generated from mask sales

Masks sales used to buy meals for the needy
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