Published:  12:28 AM, 12 January 2019

Let the street children also laugh

'Oraw Hasbe' provides free schooling

Let the street children also laugh Young volunteers of 'Oraw Hasbe' posing with street children at Ishwardi Rail Station in Pabna on Friday. -AA

'Oraw Hasbe' a voluntary organization for youth is providing free schooling in Ishradri of Pabna. Some students of Ishwardi Govt College took the initiated of organizing  a voluntary group named 'Oraw Hasbe' to provide education to street children. Beside helping the street children this youths also teaches poor students and provide necessary educational utensils.

Almost, 50-60 Students are studying at 'Rongin Ghuri Patsala' led by Oraw Hasbe volunteers. Oraw Hasbe announces teaching conference every day of the week except weekends. They teach the Students from 4 pm to 5 pm at Ishwardi Railway Junction's area field and Amodpur village of Bagha Upazila.

The organization is not only teaching the street children but also helping them to develop their own cultural views. Oraw Hasbe distributes winter cloths to them in winter and works as a Social Guardian, said Minhajul Islam, chairman of Oraw Hasbe.

He also informed that, some thousands of volunteers form different universities, colleges and schools are working for the deprived Children. The Chairman also said while asked about the obstacles they are facing, he said, they face many problems to operate the organization, like they teach the children in an open field, as it rains they can't teach them or go on their activities.

He said that their club has no particular apartment for keeping their necessary utensils and doing meeting. He also urged that, if they have a room or apartment in Iturbi Town it will be helpful to conduct the activities.

Jamey khan a member of Oraw Hase said that the street children work in different places. Some of them sell nuts, cigarettes and some collect useless things like bottles, plastics from the street.However, they have also a dream now that one day they will be the wealth no more the burden of the society. They want to enlighten themselves and also want to come to the welfare of the nation.

Abdul Oadud, the advisor of Oraw Hasbe has been playing a significant role for developing the conditions of unfortunate children for long time. He calls up all the universities to form voluntary clubs. 'Rongin Ghuri Patsala' celebrated its 3-year founding anniversary yesterday (January 11). Oraw Hasbe distributed winter cloths to the helpless kids.

---Riad Islam, Ishwardi, Pabna

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