Non-government organization Cox's Bazar CSO and NGO Forum (CCNF) jointly organized a discussion program marking the World Humanitarian Day in Kolatoli of Cox's Bazar on Monday.
The chief guest of the program, Refugee Relief and Repatriation Commissioner (RRRC) Mohammad Abul Kalam said that humanity is a widely discussed word in the world but it has become more important in Bangladesh in the context of the Rohingya crisis since 2017, said a press release.
"It is the responsibility of every humanitarian worker to create hope among the Rohingya Myanmar citizens until they return to their home country", he opined. He also appreciated the participation of large number of women activists in humanitarian purpose.
About 300 women activists from various NGOs working in Cox's Bazar and members of CCNF participated in the dialogue presided over by CCNF co-chair Abu Murshed Chowdhury.Zinaat Shahid Pinki, Assistant Commissioner of the District Administration (NGO Cell) was special guest of the event.