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Young Power in Social Action (YPSA) is an organization for sustainable development and NGO in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC)

Month: December 2008

Teachers training workshop

Teachers training on adolescent health held

Adolescents need to gain knowledge on reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, Sexual disease from their school level and teachers can take play vital role on it. YPSA organized a training workshop on…

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Group photo of youth PWDs

2nd National Youth Camp on Disability

As a youth-led organization, YPSA, with the support of Action Aid Bangladesh, organizes an annual Youth Camp to increase young peoples’ awareness on social development issues and encourage them to…

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Rally Migrant day 08

International Migrants Day’ 08 observed

International Migrants Day’ 08 was observed at Chittagaong on 18 December. In this regard Rally, Human Chain & Discussion Meeting were organized. District Employment & Manpower office organized the events…

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Rally on Volunteer Day

YPSA observed International Volunteer Day 08

December 5 is International Volunteer Day; a day for the whole world to pause and acknowledge, recognize, and celebrate the valuable contributions volunteers make each day. Organizing many vibrant events,…

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YPSA observed International Disability Day 08

3 December is Innternational Disability Day. Dignity and justice for all of us is the theme of this year’s International Day for Persons with Disabilities, as well as for the…

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Cultural program

YPSA celebrated world AIDS day at Chittagong with colorful events

‘Stop AIDS Keep the promise: Leadership Empower Deliver’ with this slogan the world AIDS day was observed all over the world in 1st December, 2008. With the similarity of the activities…

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YPSA observed World Aids Day 08 in different districts of the country

YPSA organized several colorful events to observe World AIDS DAY 2008 in different districts of the country . Civil society, NGO’s, Youth Organizations and Government Officials participated in the events….

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