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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)

Save The Children Team Visited Skill Development Training Centers At Rohingya Camp In Cox’s Bazar

Children in training center.

Ms. Tania Sharmin, Director, Food Security and Livelihoods/Child Poverty, Save the Children, visited YPSA’s activities on “Ensuring access to safe, equitable, inclusive learning opportunities for adolescents and youth in Rohingya camps and host communities” in Cox’s Bazar on 30th June.

She toured two skill development training centers at Camp 09, talking to the Rohingya trainees about their progress in the program, plans for the future after completion, and any specific needs they had. (Rohingya people living in the camps are Forcefully Displaced Myanmar Citizens.)

Women in training center

Mr. Mahabub Hasan, Sr. Manager-BPRM under Food Security and Livelihoods/Child Poverty, Save the Children; Ms. Shabiha Naznin, Technical Specialist (BPRM), Save the Children accompanied her.

Mr. Jishu Barua, Program Manager, YPSA; Mohammed Harun, Focal person, YPSA-BPRM project, Project Managers, YPSA-BPRM project and staffs were present during the visit.


After the field visit, Save the Children and YPSA teams met for a discussion. The focus of the discussion was on improvement areas for YPSA’s skill development activities. Ms. Tania from Save the Children likely led the discussion on this topic.

At the end of the meeting, Mohammed Harun from YPSA thanked the Save the Children team for visiting their interventions and expressed gratitude to his YPSA colleagues for arranging the successful visit.