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YPSA, an organization in Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC)

Category: ‘Disaster management’

Councilors of Chattogram City Corporation receive disinfectant sprayer

WDMC of Chattogram City Corporation and Urban Community Volunteers responded to COVID-19 pandemic

Several impoverished families received food in Kawkhali – COVID-19 pandemic

900 families including Islamic scholars and Hindu priests received food

Food distribution at Birshreshtha Ruhul Amin Stadium

YPSA’s initiatives for distribution of food and protection materials

Beneficiaries receiving foods maintaining physical distance.

Initiative to save crops produced by marginal farmers in covid-19 pandemic situation

Vegetables in a truck

YPSA distributes food among low-income people in Rangamati – Coronavirus pandemic

Woman receiving food

YPSA initiatives to the response to COVID-19 in greater Chattogram, Bangladesh

U.S Ambassador Mr. Earl R. Miller visited YPSA program in Chattogram

group photo

Footbridge over Shitol Jhorna canal lauched

Launching ceremony

Training on “Search, Rescue, First aid & Fire Fighting for Urban Community Volunteers” started

Group photo

Joint Secretary of the Ministry of Defense facilitated training workshop of Ward Disaster Management Committee

Training workshop

YPSA provides necessary equipment and tools to Urban Community Volunteers

Equipment handover

50 volunteers received training on firefighting, rescue and first aid facilitated by Fire Service & Civil Defence

YPSA observed International Day for Disaster Reduction

YPSA observed International Day for Disaster Reduction

Inception meeting of Sholokbohor Ward Disaster Management Committee held

Speech by president of 8 Ward Disaster Management Committee

Orientation on Urban Risk Assessment with Chattogram City Corporation held

Green and Clean Campaign by Urban Community Volunteers

Adding extra floors without permission from CDA is not acceptable : City Mayor

City Mayor in YPSA meeting

More 182 families affected by Chaktai fire incident received emergency cash support

YPSA cash distribution