The 3-day training was completed for the teachers of Moishkum Osman Sarwar Primary School and Dakbhanga Primary School run by the INGO ‘Dakbhanga Bangladesh’ education project in the remote hilly area of Ramu Upazila. The training was held at Dakbhanga Bangladesh Moishkum Area Office from June 8 to June 10, 2023. Last Saturday (June 10) the project coordinator of ‘Dakbhanga Bangladesh’ spoke at the closing ceremony of the Teachers Training. Jewel Talukder, PC of Dakbhanga Bangladesh, Trainer of Ramu Upazila Resource Center(DPE) Md. Mozaffar Ahmad and Sarwar Alam, Administrative Officer of Dakbhanga Bangladesh Mr Golam Rabbani Khan, Land Donor Member of Dakbhanga Non-Govt. Primary School Md. Habib Ullah Sikder, Vice President of Moishkum Osman Sarwar Primary School Management Committee Md.Abdu Sukkur, SMC Member Sultan Ahmad, Headmaster of Moishkum Osman Sarwar Primary School Md. Abul Kalam, Headmaster of Dakbhanga Primary School Ms Arefa Akhtar was present in the meeting. On Thursday, June 8, the training was inaugurated by the project coordinator Md. Jewel Talukdar of Dakbhanga Bangladesh.
Facilitators of the program said – that teachers are the best craftsmen for making people of the future.Teachers should be sincere in fulfilling the great responsibility of educating every child with love and compassion.For this, teachers need to acquire more skills in teaching and an easy way to facilitate the content to the children meaningfully. 12 teachers from Moishkum Osman Sarwar Primary School, Dakbhanga Non-Govt. Primary School and 2 officials from Dakbhanga Bangladesh participated in the training workshop.On the 10th instant the training was closed On Thursday, June 8, the training was inaugurated by the project coordinator Md. Jewel Talukdar of Dakbhanga Bangladesh.
Dakbhnaga Bangladesh expressed their warm gratitude to the members of Dakbhanga Belgium for their effort in creating and continuing support for the concerned Bangladeshi community by which the children of the community are getting the scope of educational and socio-cultural development.