With the slogan “Indomitable Bangladesh in March towards Development”, 4th countrywide national Development Fair was organized aiming to showcase the development activities taken by the present government. A three-day event ended on 6th October in all the district and upazila headquarters across the country. YPSA has participated in this development fair along with the government in all its working areas.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the 4th National Development Fair through videoconferencing from the Gono Bhaban. Various government offices, agencies, banks, and insurance and other financial institutions and non-governmental organizations joined the district and upazila-level fair, arranged by the local administrations.
Besides showcasing the development progress and achievements of the government, ‘Bangabandhu’s Development Philosophy and Today’s Bangladesh’, ‘Ten Special Initiatives of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Sustainable Development Goal’ and ‘Educated Nation and Wealthy Country: Sheikh Hasina’s Bangladesh’ were discussed in the seminars.
A non-profit, non-political and non-governmental organization for sustainable development, YPSA (Young Power in Social Action) actively participated in the fair at different Upazilas of Chattogram Division setting up the exhibition stalls for showcasing YPSA’s development activities which contributes building an Indomitable Bangladesh and achieving sustainable development goals.
YPSA led Community Radio Sagor Giri FM 99.2 broadcasts development progress of the government and YPSA.
Since 1985, YPSA in coordination with government, has been implementing various development initiatives on the protection of law and rights of marginalized groups, poverty alleviation, development of youth and local leadership, primary health care and nutrition, HIV/AIDS prevention, reproductive health of adolescents, malaria, healthcare and rights of people with disability, woman and child rights, elderly rights, worker rights, improving livelihood of climate induced vulnerable people, disaster management and risk reduction, human trafficking and information and communication technology for development.