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RWWS Chairman Razia Sultana wins Women of Courage award
Razia Sultana,a lawyer, has been named as one of the 10 winners of this year's International Women of Courage (IWOC) Award, recognizing her role in advancing human rights.On Thursday, March 7, Secretary of State Pompeo will host the Annual International Women of Courage (IWOC) Awards at the U.S. Department of State to honor 10 extraordinary women from around the world. First Lady of the United States Melania Trump will deliver special remarks at the ceremony. Now in its 13th year, the Secretary of State’s IWOC Award recognizes women around the globe who have demonstrated exceptional courage and leadership in advocating for peace, justice, human rights, gender equality, and women’s empowerment, often at great personal risk and sacrifice.Read more
Awareness About Child and Women Trafficking.
Psychosocial Resilience for Women
Healthcare Support for Women.
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EID Clothes Distribution Project.
Psychosocial Support For Rohingya Women
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Awareness about Human Trafficking.
The history of human trafficking, especially women’s and children’s trafficking from Bangladesh, is as old as many other countries. Currently, Rohingya Girls are falling into trap of traffickers. No serious steps have taken to prevent this trafficking. RWWS organized an awareness campaign to aware Rohingya Women and Girls refugees about the horrors of human trafficking.
Health Care Support for Rohingya Women and Children.
Thousands of people across Myanmar, are displaced, unable to return to their homes. Over 500,000 Rohingya civilians crossed into Bangladesh to take refuge from Myanmar in recent weeks. There is a dire need of lifesaving health care as most of these refugees very sick from long travel, torture, physical and sexual abuse, malnutrition, infections, and other ailments.
Psychosocial Support for Rohingya Women.
RWWS organized Psychosocial support and Psychosocial Training program for traumatize Rohingya Women at Hakim para Camp.It is now obvious that these refugees, especially the women who have been suffering unbearable psychological turmoil for months, must be given psychosocial help, so that they can gradually cope with this tragic, disastrous situation.
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Sadeka Fatema is an Executive member of RWWS. She has been working as a Social Activist for a long time.
Sumita Karmakar is an Executive Member of RWWS. At the same time she has been doing Social Work for unprevileged Women since 2009