“When I returned to Bangladesh from Greece, I was in deep mental shock and hopeless. I could not even understand what my future and livelihood would be. Prottasha project has given a hope to get back in life.
Watching people go abroad had grown Shahnaz Khaton’s hope for a better life in other countries. After convincing her worried family, she managed to go through a middle man who cost her a fortune for a passport and training in Dhaka.
Sathy Khaton left Bangladesh for Jordan with big dreams. She was promised with domestic aide’s job in Jordan, something that she always dreamt about. First few days were full of excitement. But as time went by, things started to change.
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Cox’s Bazar – One of the world’s largest humanitarian solar water systems was officially inaugurated today (31/07) by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and partner the Japan International Development Agency (JICA).
Cox’s Bazar – Samuda Begum wants to ensure her community’s women are aware about their human rights and concerns especially about the issues surrounding early marriage, household violence, and physical and sexual assault, so that they can lead life as human beings with dignity an
Cox’s Bazar – United Nations (UN) agencies have been working around the clock to repair damage, temporarily relocate affected refugees and activate disaster response plans following eight days of unrelenting rain and wind - the most severe weather since the massive Rohingya refug