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International Women’s Day celebration by VBD Dhaka District.

International Women’s Day, a day to cherish, a day to apprehend, a day to reminisce that not only this particular day but each day is equally momentous to reflect on how important role a woman plays on our collective journey of life.

To celebrate this day the yellow army of Volunteer for Bangladesh Dhaka District, took an initiative to appreciate these women’s countless contribution everywhere.

They were greeted with cards of appreciation and in return the response they got was out of the world. The volunteers congratulated the women’s for fighting for their rights, for the passion for being equal in all aspects, and their active participation in workplaces and being empowered. They thanked them for their magnificent and effortless journey of crossing obstacles and setting examples for everyone.

A special thanks to the Dhaka District Board members and Committee members who arranged this beautiful event to celebrate Women everywhere. The volunteers had an amazing experience shared and worked hard for making the event successful.

International Women’s Day, a day to cherish, a day to apprehend, a day to reminisce that not only this particular day…

Posted by Volunteer for Bangladesh on Thursday, March 9, 2017

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