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ESDO organized an Project Inception Workshop for the project “Building Zero Waste Community for a pollution free environment in Bangladesh”


Dhaka, 12 September, 2020: ESDO organized a project inception workshop entitled “Building Zero Waste Communities for a Pollution-Free Environment in Bangladesh” on 12th September 2020 with the relevant stakeholders along with the officials of the Government.

Mr Md. Atiqul Islam, Respected Mayor of Dhaka North City Corporation. Besides, Dr A.K.M. Rafique Ahammed, Director General, Department of Environment, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change was the guest of honor as well. Furthermore, Mr Syed Marghub Murshed, ESDO’s Chairperson and Former Secretary, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh; Shibu k Nair, Indian Coordinator, GAIA Asia Pacific; Dr Shahriar Hossain, Secretary General, ESDO; Ms Siddika Sultana, Executive Director, ESDO along with the Executive Community Members, Advisory Council Members, team members of ESDO and media personnel were present in the workshop.

The purpose of the workshop was to officially launch the project goal and share information about the project objectives and implementation strategies with the stakeholders and media. Additionally, to discuss and get recommendations from different stakeholders and guest participants. Their valuable guidance, feedback and recommendation encouraged ESDO entire teams tremendously and will help us to achieve the targets towards building a zero-waste community in Bangladesh.

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