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RKSF distributes clothes, drugs, education materials

24 January 2023

Chattogram Bureau :
Under the initiatives of Rezaul Karim Sikder Foundation, a social development
of Chattogram, has distributed blankets, winter clothes, medicine and educational materials among the helpless and underprivileged people of Bandarban district in the greater Chattogram.  
Last Saturday, these materials were distributed door to door in the remote hilly areas of Sadar Union of Alikadam Upazila of Bandarban district. Among these relief items were 150 high quality blankets, fever, cold, pain, diarrhea medicine for 300 people, ointment for cuts and sores and winter clothes for 140 children, educational materials (books, pens, pencils) for 50 students.
Also, the members of Rezaul Karim Sikdar Health Service Team provided medical care to 180 people by setting up medical camps in three neighborhoods of Sadar Union of Alikadam.
Senior vice president of the organization Lion Abdul Mannan, Salim Javed, Executive Director of Rezaul Karim Sikder Foundation Md. Jahedul Karim Bappi Sikder, Anwarul Azim, Publicity Secretary Ziaul Haque, Office Secretary Saiful Islam, Education Director Osman Parvez Sohag and others were present at this time, a sources of RKSF said to this correspondent.

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