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Congratulate to His Excellency Mr. ITO Naoki, Ambassador of Japan in Bangladesh for receiving ‘’Bangabandhu Medal for Diplomatic Excellence’’ from the people republic of Bangladesh

Representatives of Community initiative Society (CIS) and Dhaka Community Hospital Trust visited Embassy of Japan in Bangladesh to congratulate to His Excellency Mr. ITO Naoki, Ambassador of Japan in Bangladesh for receiving ‘’Bangabandhu Medal for Diplomatic Excellence’’ from the people republic of Bangladesh for his important role in boosting the bilateral relationship with Bangladesh on …

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CIS SIGNED THE CONTRACT WITH THE EMBASSY OF JAPAN FOR IMPROVING THE LIVELIHOOD OF HABIGANJ PEOPLE.

Community Initiative Society (CIS) is a non-government, community-focused, self-financedinternational humanitarian organization. Since Inception CIS is supporting human rights, community, and social empowerment, disaster management, climate change, refugee response, relief and development aid, health risk management, innovation, capacity building, sustainable development, and livelihood improvement. CIS is working in Habiganj District since 2014. With the support of …

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COVID-19 Response Activities

Bangladesh remains at high risk of the Coronavirus transmission because of its high population density. A majority of the population including in the cities live on daily income and are compelled to continue daily livelihood activities. National response has been weak and the pandemic has exposed the country’s fragile healthcare system.CIS is conducting a diverse …

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Rohingya Response

The communal violence in Rakhine state on 25 August 2017 caused the massive influx of over 700,000 Myanmar nationals to seek refuge in Bangladesh. This was one of the largest and fastest displacement of people in recent history. The crisis has grown over time and currently refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar hosts about 1.1 million …

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