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Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah (R.)

The Annual Progress Review Meeting-2024 of the KAAP-UUP Project has held on 30 June 2024 at Dhaka Ahsania Mission (DAM) Auditorium. Director General of the Bureau of Non-Formal Education (Additional Secretary) Dr. Md. Abul Kalam Azad presents as the chief guest at the event. DAM’s Vice President and Chairman core committee professor Dr. Golam Rahman, Executive Director of DAM Md. Shajedul Qayyum Dulal, and Mission General Secretary Engineer A.F.M Golam Sharfuddin participate in the program as special guests. President of Dhaka Ahsania Mission Kazi Rafiqul Alam presides over the program. Joint Director of Education and TVET Sector Md. Moniruzzaman gives a welcome speech.

Co-ordinator-Monitoring and Evaluation SK Shafiqur Rahman presents the Annual Progress-2024 of the KAAP-UUP project through PowerPoint presentation. The Chief Guest DG of the BNFE (Additional Secretary) Md. Abul Kalam Azad says education is essestial. As the world is dark to a blind man, as the world is dark to an uneducated man. We are working with never enrolled, drop-outs and working children. Teachers are working to create enlightened people from that place. He also says that the education sector of Dhaka Ahsania Mission continues to make an important contribution to achieving the goal of sustainable development. He urges, to continue the activities of this project. The event is anchored by Program Officer (R&D) Md. Rizwan Alam.

Noted that the DAM is implementing the KAAP-UUP project with the financial support of the King Abdullah Humanitarian Foundation (KAHF) and the technical support of PCO-IsDB. Through the KAAP-UUP Project, slum children are being educated through a total of 195 Child Learning Centers.  Three components of the Education are Pre-Primary 75, Primary-75, and Junior Secondary education-45 through a total of 195 children’s learning centers. The project is being implemented in three areas Mirpur and Mohammadpur of Dhaka city and Saidpur upazila of Nilphamari district. The project is providing Non-Formal Education (NFE) to 29,250 children over five years (July 2020 to June 2025).