International Day for the Eradication of Poverty 2011
Byes observed ‘International Day for the Eradication of Poverty 2011’ with a slogan, “Be the youth in actions!! Act up to eradicate Poverty!!”
BYES observed the day in two ways. In its first way it’s engaged the Youth signing, Tweeting and Hand Printing on the Paper which were kept at Monday, 17th October, at TSC premises, University of Dhaka. It was a shadow-way bringing youth in actions against poverty. About 400 students-youth participated at this event.
On the second stage it launched a project naming “Unearthing the Unheard” where youth volunteers had the chance to be in Actions practically to act up to eradicate poverty.
“Youth Leadership and Civic Engagement”
Bangladesh Youth Empowerment Society (BYES), the then Bangladesh Youth Empowerment Actions (BYEA), a State Alumni led youth organization, arranged a discussion on: “Youth Leadership and Civic Engagement” on 7th February 2011. Shamimul Islam, state alumnus of the study of the US institute (SUSI) of 2008, is the founder and Muhibbur Rahman, alumnus of NESA 2009 from Bangladesh, is the cofounder of BYEA. BYEA invited Shahbaz Israr Khan, Alumnus of SUSI 2008, as a key speaker at the Discussion.
Shahbaz Israr Khan presented a paper on Youth Leadership and Civic Engagement. He also shared how youth can play role in peace cooperation.
Mr. Khan also talked on the importance of youth leadership development for country’s promotion in all spheres of life. Shahbaz also emphasized on creating leaders for economic and social development only when a country can be prosperous.
On the Discussion Sunita Nemaphuki from Nepal was also invited by the president of BYEA to value a regional Cooperation in South Asian. Sunita Nemaphuki who won Women Entrepreneurship Award in 2008 from Nepal govt. emphasized on youth’s role in developing ideas for social entrepreneurship.
Muhibbur Rahman (NESA-2009), Vice President of BYEA, shared the activities and plan of BYEA. Robayet Khondoker, General Secretary of BYEA, emphasized on future cooperation between BARGAD and BYEA in different projects and conducting academic researches in youth development field and other related fields.
Shamimul Islam (SUSI-2008), President of BYEA, concluded the discussion emphasizing on future cooperation in youth leadership and Civic Engagement projects and also with organization of other South Asian countries to share ideas, research projects and in further joint initiatives to develop the youth activities in Bangladesh as well as in South Asian region.
BYES arranges Free Blood Grouping Camp in Cox’s Bazar
BYES arranges Free Blood Grouping Camp in Cox’s Bazar celebrating international Mother Language Day 2011. Institutional Representatives of BYES from Cox’s Bazar Medical College and Cox’s Bazar Govt. College arrange the camp under the guidance of BYES president and corporate relations officers of BYES.
Free blood grouping camp in Cox’s Bazar has been arranged to celebrate international mother Language day 2011 through which BYEA promote youth volunteerism among youths. Bangladesh Youth Empowerment Society (BYES) is a youth led organization run by students from University of Dhaka, Chittagong University, Asian University for Women and North South University. It has representatives from almost all universities in Bangladesh. BYES focuses on Knowledge Society Engagement, Youth Leadership Advancement, Community Development and Actions for Peace.
A team of medical students of Bangladesh Youth Empowerment Society (BYES) from Cox’s Bazaar Medical College provided free blood grouping services to the people who came to tribute to the language martyrs in Shahid Minar yard in Cox’s Bazar. People of all ages from children to aged came to take part in the blood grouping camp. After knowing the blood group people, especially young people has proclaimed they are always ready to give blood for the people of the country and will stand again and again for the improvement of country if still bloods matters.
Celebrating International Mother Language Day
Date: 21st February
Place: Central Shaheed Minar, Dhaka
‘Building a Better World: Partnering with Youth’
Bangladesh Youth Empowerment Society (BYES) & American Center, Dhaka.
0bserving international Day for the Eradication of Poverty
Date: 17th October
Place: TSC, University of Dhaka
BYES observed International day for the eradication of Poverty 2011 with a slogan, “Be the youth in actions!! Act up to eradicate Poverty!!BYE observed the day in two ways, at its first way it the Youth signing, Tweeting and Hand Printing on the Paper which were kept at Monday, 17th October, at TSC premises, University of Dhaka. Its was a shadow way bring youth in actions against poverty. About 400 students-youth participated at this stage.
On second stage it launched a project naming ” Unearthing the Unheard” where youth volunteers had the chance to engage in Actions practically to act up to eradicate poverty.
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