Bangladeshi citizen M Miraz Hossain supervise the project “Help for backward Communities”
Under the direction of Bangladeshi citizen M Miraz Hossain, the Ban Ki-Moon Center for Global Citizens has undertaken projects to improve the quality of life of disadvantaged children and the elderly in Thailand and the Philippines. The project, called “Help for backward communities”, provides education and medical care to children with physical and mental disabilities, self-reliance through education and training for homeless unemployed youth, and various other public welfare activities, including rearing helpless old people. M Miraz Hossain and his team are implementing this project for a period of 3 months.
The Ban Ki-moon Center for Global Citizens is a semi-international organization in Vienna, Austria. Its main objective is to create a world based on universal respect for human rights, regardless of age, gender, identity, religion or nationality, where sustainable development is achieved through shared citizenship through shared responsibility, understanding and empathy.
In this regard, Project Director M Miraz Hossain said, “We are working for the helpless children, youth and old people. We want to make the disadvantaged people of the society self-reliant through proper education and training. Everyone who works with us is a volunteer. As a Bangladeshi, being able to serve the people of the country as well as work for the people at the international level is a great achievement for me. ”
At present M Miraz Hossain is working as a director of a reputed organization in Bangladesh. He has previously served as Assistant Project Director on a number of Canada-based UN projects. He has successfully completed another similar project in Chicago, USA.