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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)

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Paduka received publication of YPSA

Daughter of Mahathir Mahmud received publication of YPSA

Datin Paduka daughter of Mahathir Mahmud, former prime minister of Malaysia received a publication on HIV/AIDS activities of YPSA from Shusmita Chowdhury when she was present in a seminar at…

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Rally in Dhaka

International Youth Day 2008 Observed in Bangladesh

The Government of Bangladesh, different national and international organizations and youth clubs in different places observed the International Youth Day 2008 with solemnity. To observe the International Youth Day 2007,…

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Opening Ceremony in Mexico

YPSA CE at the International AIDS Conference 08 in Mexico

The XVII International AIDS Conference ended in the Mexican capital after five days of spirited participation involving an estimated 22,000 people engaged in the global response to AIDS. Leaders, policymakers,…

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Life Skill Education can reduce risk on HIV & Sexually Transmitted Infection among the Garments workers

YPSA arranged a National Level Workshop on Life Skill Education (LSE) Strategy Formulation for Reducing Risk on HIV, AIDS & STI among the Garments workers with the Garments owners, officials,…

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Workshop on” Capacity Building for Ensuring Safe Labour Migration” for the local leaders and Journalist

YPSA organized a workshop on Capacity Building for Ensuring Safe Labour Migration at Sitakund with the support of REFUGE AND MIGRATORY MOVEMENTS RESEARCH UNIT and MANUSHER JONNO FOUNDATION. Local leaders,…

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Garments workers

Training for peer educators on life skill education

YPSA consortium organized 5 batches of ToT on Life Skill Education (LSE) for Peer Educator. Peer Educators are selected from the garments factories, where LSE will be implemented. Master Trainers…

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Orientation for capacity building to protect woman from domestic violence

Master trainers of GFATM Project received orientation for capacity building to protect woman from domestic violence at YPSA’s HRDC on 27 July. The goal of this orientation was to raise voice…

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Building bridge through Leadership Training started

Building bridge through Leadership Training is a program of BYLC (Bangladesh Youth Leadership Centre) Organized in partnership with YPSA. The opening ceremony was held at Chittagong Jila Parishad on 18…

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Training workshop on Life Skill Education (LSE) ended

A 5 day long training program on Life Skill Education (ISE) to resist HIV/ AIDS and to aware garments workers against the deadly disease was concluded yesterday at YPSA office…

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YPSA Bi-Annual General Meeting’08 held

YPSA Bi-Annual General Meeting held at HRDC Sitakund Campus Conference room on 27 June 2008 . Program and finance report for 2007-2008 and Planning for 2008-2009 was presented by General…

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Launching Ceremony

Launching Ceremony of Adolescent Reproductive Health (ARH)

Launching Ceremony of Adolescent Reproductive Health (ARH) Project was held at Chittagong on 18 April. The occasion was organized by Plan Bangladesh and supported by Canadian International Development (CIDA). The…

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Poster distribution by YPSA

YPSA distributes Poster on preparedness and precautions for the earthquake

YPSA’s Disaster and Emergency Management Unit distributes Poster to the garments factories at Chittagong to raise awareness about disaster among the workers as well as owners. The poster indicates preparedness…

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YPSA observed World Environment day ’08

YPSA observed World Environment day. A rally of at least 1700 people was organized on the environment day where people from all sphere of life are joined demanding for a…

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International AIDS Candlelight Memorial held

HIV/AIDS Coordination Committee in Chittagong observed the 25th Anniversary of the historic International AIDS Candlelight Memorial-one of the world’s first public events against HIV/AIDS. Alhaj M. Manjur Alam, Honorable Mayor…

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Volunteers at Certificate given ceremony

Volunteers received training on Disaster preparedness, Rescue and Primary treatment

There are 10 Community Volunteer Groups were formed in the Chittagong City Corporation under the project ‘Mobilizing Communities for Disaster Risk Reduction’. Young volunteers received training on Disaster preparedness, Rescue…

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Meeting at HO

24 Years anniversary of YPSA

24 Years anniversary of YPSA observed at YPSA HRDC on 20 MAY. In this respect the members of YPSA’s Executive Committee were present in a discussion program besides the various…

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Woman participants

Entrepreneur’s Development and Business Management training

The half of total population is woman in the society. There is no way to enhance economical development without woman empowerment. It is possible to reduce gender discrimination and empower…

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workshop Cox'sbazar

Bhutan Government & Save the children USA representatives visited YPSA GFATM project program at Cox’s Bazar.

12 members of Ministry of Education, Youth & Sports of Bhutan Government & Save the children-USA representatives visited YPSA-GFATM project (Package#902) field level activities at Cox’sBazar on 15th may’08. <tr…

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YPSA Workshop

YPSA Consortium organized National Workshop with BGMEA and Garments Owners

To fight against HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, the GOB has received grants from the GFATM with Save the Children-USA as the MA. The title of the HIV/AIDS component of Round-6…

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Human chain

On May Day the Shipbreaking workers demanded to stop threat to their life

The Shipbreaking workers observed May Day with a call to stop threat to their life in the shipbreaking yards. They have arranged Human Chain and Rally demanding their basic rights…

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