To respect, promote and ensure the human rights of aged Rohingya people who fled to Bangladesh due to persecution against Rohigya Muslim in Myanmar, YPSA is going to establish two Age-friendly Spaces with the support of HelpAge International. Under these two Age-friendly Spaces, YPSA will provide health care and other support to elderly people both home-based and centre-based. On this purpose, a two-day long training workshop titled “Training on Home-Based Care” has been organized by YPSA with the support of HelpAge International.
The training was held at YPSA CYC at Ramu, Cox’s Bazar on 2-3rd November. The purpose of the training was to orient the project staffs how to provide home-based care to elderly people.
The training was conducted by Ms. Dianna Joy Hiscock, Global Disability Advisor, HelpAge International. Dr. Juma Khudonazarow, Humanitarian Health and Care; Ms. Rabeya Sultana, Country director; Md. Jahangir Alam, Emergency Project Manager of HelpAge international and Mr. Shahidul Islam, Program Manager, YPSA were present in the training workshop.